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Downtown: The Podcast Episode #042 Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | RSSKevin M. Kruse and Dr. Wendy Walsh join us this week. Kruse discusses his book, “Fault Lines”, tracing America’s divisions back more than four decades and Walsh offers relationship advice and talks about her new podcast, “Mating Matters”.

Colin Fleming 2.19.19

Writer Colin Fleming discusses his new short story, “Hold Until Relieved”, and shares his thoughts on a new Netflix documentary on Sam Cooke.

John Karalis 2.19.19

John Karalis of discusses the post-All Star break stretch for the Boston Celtics.

Pass The Popcorn 2.18.19

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge shares his thoughts on “Isn’t It Romantic” and “Alita: Battle Angel” on this week’s Pass the Popcorn.

Al Melchior 2.18.19

Al Melchior of The Athletic joined us to discuss fantasy baseball and the season ahead.

Richard Barron 2.18.19

University of Maine basketball coach Richard Barron made his weekly visit to Downtown to discuss the Albany game and next weekend’s match-up at Stony Brook.

Dick Vitale 2.18.19

Legendary ESPN analyst Dick Vitale visited with us to talk about his new book, “Dick Vitale’s Mt. Rushmore of College Basketball”, his upcoming honor at the Sports Emmys, and who he likes as March Madness approaches.

Meghan Cox Gurdon 2.18.19

Wall Street Journal columnist Meghan Cox Gurdon joined us to discuss her new book, “The Enchanted Hour”, all about the power and benefits of reading aloud to children.

Best of Downtown 2.17.19

Rosanne Cash discusses her remarkable new album, “She Remembers Everything”, and her upcoming tour, which comes to Portland on April 9. Historian and author Kevin M. Kruse (“Fault Lines”) traces the origins of America’s current polarization and looks at what the future might hold. Dr. Wendy Walsh talks about relationships, parenting, and her new podcast, […]

Jon Shields 2.15.19

Jon Shields previews the Maine hockey series at Merrimack this weekend.

Marc Calnan 2.15.19

Marc Calnan of Eastern Maine Sports previews the high school basketball tournament.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 2.15.19

Mighty John Marshall with another trip in the musical time machine.

Robert Brangwynne & Deborah Rooks-Ellis 2.14.19

Actor Robert Brangwynne and Deborah Rooks-Ellis from the Maine Autism Institute for Education and Research joined us to discuss Some Theatre Company’s upcoming production of “The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime”.  

Don Shields 2.14.19

The voice of Maine Black Bear women’s basketball, Don Shields, joined us this afternoon.

Amy Vachon 2.14.19

University of Maine women’s basketball coach Amy Vachon joined us to discuss the team’s big win over Hartford.