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Stories about people making it in Maine.

Latest Episodes

Episode 13 – Holiday Gift Guide

EFor our last episodeof season one Laura and I round up our favorite Maine Gift Ideas. Check out the blog post for shoppablelinks to everything we mention! Happy Holidays Friends and don’t forget to keep it local.

16 MIN2018 NOV 27
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Episode 13 – Holiday Gift Guide

Episode 12 – Emily Seymour + Benjamin Dorr

EBen Dorr and Emily Seymour co-own Curator Maine, a men’s consignment shop in Rockland. Folks all over the state are making a trip up the coast to shop at this super cool shop that’s filled with vintage clothes, accessories and home decor. Emily was unable to make the interview but we chatted with Ben about … Continue reading Episode 12 – Emily Seymour + Benjamin Dorr →

22 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Episode 12 – Emily Seymour + Benjamin Dorr

Episode 11 – Jesse Davisson, Ben Lovell, and Liz Lovell

EOn today’s episode, we traveled very far (we didn’t travel far at all) to hang out with Ben, Liz, and Jesse, owners of North Haven Brewery. These islanders are brewing up some beers that are well worth the one-hour ferry ride. They tell us all about the pains of starting a business, how to transport … Continue reading Episode 11 – Jesse Davisson, Ben Lovell, and Liz Lovell →

26 MIN2018 NOV 12
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Episode 11 – Jesse Davisson, Ben Lovell, and Liz Lovell

Episode 10 – Claire Donnelly

EYep, that’s right. This week Laura had a short chat with Claire about her brand new business venture Miriam Starling. Follow along as Claire launches a new sustainable hemp apparel brand for kids. It’s a family biz, and made right here in Maine. We chat about sourcing, funding and a lot about sustainability in the … Continue reading Episode 10 – Claire Donnelly →

18 MIN2018 NOV 5
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Episode 10 – Claire Donnelly

Episode 9 – Mike LaVecchia

EMike is a wooden boat builder, turned wooden surfboard builder, and the founder of Grain Surfboards. We chatted about the early days of snowboarding in the mid-eighties in Vermont, tohow in 2005 Mike went on a mission to build a surfboard without a lot of nasty chemicals, which turned into the successfulbusiness he is still … Continue reading Episode 9 – Mike LaVecchia →

43 MIN2018 OCT 29
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Episode 9 – Mike LaVecchia

Episode 8 – Michael Gaffney and Brittney Bollard

EThis week we have a very special treat. From the depths of the internet, we found the first episode Laura every recorded for the podcast back in 2015. In this episode, Laura chats with Michael Gaffney of Seawicks Candles and Brittney Bollard of Cider Time Press. They are both great stories and definitely worth revisiting. … Continue reading Episode 8 – Michael Gaffney and Brittney Bollard →

19 MIN2018 OCT 22
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Episode 8 – Michael Gaffney and Brittney Bollard

Episode 7 – Phil and Amy Taisey

EPhil and Amy Taisey of Amalgam Ski’s are a rad husband and wife team and makers of some of the best skis made specifically for east coast skiing. They are ride or die Sugarloafers (and no, Sugarloaf did not sponsor this episode – but they should have ) and these two just truly know … Continue reading Episode 7 – Phil and Amy Taisey →

44 MIN2018 OCT 15
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Episode 7 – Phil and Amy Taisey

Episode 6 – Mike St. Pierre

EMike St. Pierre is the founder and CEO of Hyperlite Mountain Gear. Mike is not a native Mainer but probably knows the Maine wilderness better than most. He is his own product tester and has somehow figured out how to balance running a successfulbusiness and while still spending quite a bit of time running around … Continue reading Episode 6 – Mike St. Pierre →

43 MIN2018 OCT 8
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Episode 6 – Mike St. Pierre

Episode 5 – David Wilson

EDavid Wilson is a Scottish-born, London-taught, Maine island-based artist who is spearheading a flourishing arts scene on North Haven island. He welcomed us into his studio for this episode and it was the most bananas inspiring place we’ve ever set foot.

46 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Episode 5 – David Wilson

Episode 4 – Charley Friedman

ECharley Friedman started stitching sailcloth wallets over a decade ago out of his parents’ house on Peaks Island. Now Flowfold is known all over the world for being a successful outdoor brand. We chatted with Charley about how his business has changed over the years and how his post-college venture has since grown into an … Continue reading Episode 4 – Charley Friedman →

26 MIN2018 SEP 24
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Episode 4 – Charley Friedman
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Latest Episodes

Episode 13 – Holiday Gift Guide

EFor our last episodeof season one Laura and I round up our favorite Maine Gift Ideas. Check out the blog post for shoppablelinks to everything we mention! Happy Holidays Friends and don’t forget to keep it local.

16 MIN2018 NOV 27
Comments
Episode 13 – Holiday Gift Guide

Episode 12 – Emily Seymour + Benjamin Dorr

EBen Dorr and Emily Seymour co-own Curator Maine, a men’s consignment shop in Rockland. Folks all over the state are making a trip up the coast to shop at this super cool shop that’s filled with vintage clothes, accessories and home decor. Emily was unable to make the interview but we chatted with Ben about … Continue reading Episode 12 – Emily Seymour + Benjamin Dorr →

22 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Episode 12 – Emily Seymour + Benjamin Dorr

Episode 11 – Jesse Davisson, Ben Lovell, and Liz Lovell

EOn today’s episode, we traveled very far (we didn’t travel far at all) to hang out with Ben, Liz, and Jesse, owners of North Haven Brewery. These islanders are brewing up some beers that are well worth the one-hour ferry ride. They tell us all about the pains of starting a business, how to transport … Continue reading Episode 11 – Jesse Davisson, Ben Lovell, and Liz Lovell →

26 MIN2018 NOV 12
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Episode 11 – Jesse Davisson, Ben Lovell, and Liz Lovell

Episode 10 – Claire Donnelly

EYep, that’s right. This week Laura had a short chat with Claire about her brand new business venture Miriam Starling. Follow along as Claire launches a new sustainable hemp apparel brand for kids. It’s a family biz, and made right here in Maine. We chat about sourcing, funding and a lot about sustainability in the … Continue reading Episode 10 – Claire Donnelly →

18 MIN2018 NOV 5
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Episode 10 – Claire Donnelly

Episode 9 – Mike LaVecchia

EMike is a wooden boat builder, turned wooden surfboard builder, and the founder of Grain Surfboards. We chatted about the early days of snowboarding in the mid-eighties in Vermont, tohow in 2005 Mike went on a mission to build a surfboard without a lot of nasty chemicals, which turned into the successfulbusiness he is still … Continue reading Episode 9 – Mike LaVecchia →

43 MIN2018 OCT 29
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Episode 9 – Mike LaVecchia

Episode 8 – Michael Gaffney and Brittney Bollard

EThis week we have a very special treat. From the depths of the internet, we found the first episode Laura every recorded for the podcast back in 2015. In this episode, Laura chats with Michael Gaffney of Seawicks Candles and Brittney Bollard of Cider Time Press. They are both great stories and definitely worth revisiting. … Continue reading Episode 8 – Michael Gaffney and Brittney Bollard →

19 MIN2018 OCT 22
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Episode 8 – Michael Gaffney and Brittney Bollard

Episode 7 – Phil and Amy Taisey

EPhil and Amy Taisey of Amalgam Ski’s are a rad husband and wife team and makers of some of the best skis made specifically for east coast skiing. They are ride or die Sugarloafers (and no, Sugarloaf did not sponsor this episode – but they should have ) and these two just truly know … Continue reading Episode 7 – Phil and Amy Taisey →

44 MIN2018 OCT 15
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Episode 7 – Phil and Amy Taisey

Episode 6 – Mike St. Pierre

EMike St. Pierre is the founder and CEO of Hyperlite Mountain Gear. Mike is not a native Mainer but probably knows the Maine wilderness better than most. He is his own product tester and has somehow figured out how to balance running a successfulbusiness and while still spending quite a bit of time running around … Continue reading Episode 6 – Mike St. Pierre →

43 MIN2018 OCT 8
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Episode 6 – Mike St. Pierre

Episode 5 – David Wilson

EDavid Wilson is a Scottish-born, London-taught, Maine island-based artist who is spearheading a flourishing arts scene on North Haven island. He welcomed us into his studio for this episode and it was the most bananas inspiring place we’ve ever set foot.

46 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Episode 5 – David Wilson

Episode 4 – Charley Friedman

ECharley Friedman started stitching sailcloth wallets over a decade ago out of his parents’ house on Peaks Island. Now Flowfold is known all over the world for being a successful outdoor brand. We chatted with Charley about how his business has changed over the years and how his post-college venture has since grown into an … Continue reading Episode 4 – Charley Friedman →

26 MIN2018 SEP 24
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Episode 4 – Charley Friedman
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