Downtown Madness ’17 – The Final Four”ish”

The Fifth Annual Downtown Madness has reached the Final Four! Well, Four”ish”… a tie in the Eclectic Eight round has forced us to send five candidates on to the semi-finals. The competition is fierce to see who will claim their place on our Downtown Madness Wall of Champions, alongside Gary Thorne, Bob Lucy, Chad Finn, […]

Downtown Madness ’17 – Round 2 – Boston & Entertainment Brackets

The fifth year of Downtown Madness is in full swing and Round 2 is upon us! Who will take their spot on our Wall of Fame of Downtown Madness champs, alongside Gary Thorne, Bob Lucy, Chad Finn, and John O’Hurley? That’s up to you, our listeners as you vote for your favorite guest of the […]

Mark Lech 03.10.17

Mark Lech, UMaine Track & Fiield/Cross Country coach checks in to talk about some of this season’s indoor track success stories.

Tim Whelan, Jr. 3.9.17

Nick Derba 2.22.17

Maine baseball coach Nick Derba checked in to talk about the opening weekend with Winthrop and the upcoming games in Florida.

Message In The Bottle 12.13.16

Eric Mihan of Bangor Wine & Cheese Company joins us every Tuesday to learn about wine, history, and the world. Our journey today took us to the land down under, as we discussed Australian wines.

Phil Steele on College Football

Our weekly College Football Report with Phil Steele brought to you by The Family Dog in Orono.

Richard Barron 11.15.16

UMaine Women’s Basketball at UMaine is a big deal and for the best look inside the program, we go to the man roaming the sideline, head coach Richard Barron. Coach talk the opening tournament, but looks forward to tonight’s game against Harvard, pointing out, among other things, how similar the Crimson are to the Black […]

Phil Steele College Football Report

Our weekly visit with Phil Steele, brought to you by The Family Dog, 6 Mill Street in Orono.

Celtics-Wizards Preview & more

Kyle Draper of CSNNE paid his weekly visit to Downtown and helped get us ready for tonight’s Celtics-Wizards game, and shared his thoughts on the Bruins, Patriots, and whether post-season hardware can make up for the Red Sox’ post-season failure.