Ink and Pine
By Ink and Pine
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||Nick Schroeder||Nick Schroeder gave us the scoop on the coming and going of DigPortland, his years at The Portland Phoenix and his plans for the future as Portland's print media continues to evolve and meet the challenges of the digital age.||2/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dylan Martin||Checking in with former Ink And Pine co-host and current online editor of Mainebiz, Dylan Martin. Dylan is a long time friend of Maine Digital Press and was kind enough catch us up on all things Maine Biz.||11/14/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Cheryl Phillips-Day, founder of greenestbeans.com||We got together with Cheryl Phillips-Day, founder of greenestbeans.com. Cheryl has created a much needed database for any and all dietary and household requirements with an eye toward providing the same service to restauranteurs and retailers.||11/7/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Alex Steed||We sat down with Bangor Daily News blogger, columnist and Knack Factory partner Alex Steed to discuss the 2014 Gubernatorial campaigns, local civic engagement and Alex's own work and writing. The topic quickly turned to the tuning out of election year ...||10/9/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||The science behind Portland’s beautiful architecture, and how to save it for the future.||Architect Nir Buras says scientists have identified what makes certain architectural styles and streetscapes more beautiful and welcoming to people, and Portland is flush with those traits. But Buras also says the city is in danger of losing what makes...||10/3/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||A comic-centered conversation with writer Alex Irvine||We met up with author Alex Irvine to talk about his writing and work with licensed fiction. Writing for the Marvel universe, Sleepy Hollow, game writing, original novels and more, Alex continues to produce a large and varied body of work and was happy ...||9/16/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||The circus college is coming to Portland||Peter Nielsen and Alisan Funk are the president and academic program director for the Circus Conservatory of America, the country's first circus college and part of the $100-plus-million redevelopment of Portland's Thompson's Point peninsula.||8/29/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||East Cove Townhomes: A conversation with Jed Rathband||We sat down with broker, developer, and former mayoral candidate, Jed Rathband, to hear all about his ambitious new project, East Cove Townhomes. Set to occupy an underdeveloped area of the eastern peninsula adjacent to the currently revitalized Baysid...||8/14/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Portland is a ‘social Vegas’ for this community-minded tattoo artist||The Lucky behind the recently opened Lucky's Tattoo Co. at 102 Exchange St. has plied his craft all over the United States, from the southwest to the midwest to the southeast -- and now, in his latest move, the northeast.||7/31/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Environmental issues with Glen Brand, director of Sierra Club Maine||Ink & Pine was fortunate enough to welcome Glen Brand, Director of Sierra Club Maine to discuss a host of local environmental issues. Seth, Trent and Glen discussed the possibility of passenger rail service between Portland and Auburn and Glen brought ...||7/17/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
Finally, a local issues podcast.
What a great use of the podcasting medium. This is a very clever, topical podcast, a weekly roundtable about a particular issue relevant to the city of Portland, Maine or Maine as a whole. If you're interested in local events and controversies in Maine, this is a great great great thing to listen to.