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[audio mp3="https://radiomidcoastwcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Wags-and-Whiskers-Radio-3-28-15-.mp3"][/audio] This week Regan and Sarah outline a plan to pay tribute to Zen, a recently-deceased pit-bull mix in Bath, with donations of cash and non-perishables to help a rural humane society here in Maine. Also--the difficulties of sleeping with a rabbit. Critter talk with a moderate...

Deb King and Missy Grillo of the Brunswick Downtown Association on WCME's Midcoast Morning Buzz on Inner Diva Night, coming Friday March 27 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. [audio mp3="https://radiomidcoastwcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Deb-King-and-Missy-Grillo-Diva.mp3"][/audio]...

[audio mp3="https://radiomidcoastwcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Jane-Siviski-with-a-Status-Update-on-Frederick-The-Cat1.mp3"][/audio] The orange tabby known as Frederick was badly burned not long ago when he was too close to the engine of a just-parked car--trying to keep warm. But on WCME's Midcoast Morning Buzz, we found out from Coastal Humane Society's Jane Siviski that Frederick's...

[audio mp3="https://radiomidcoastwcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Barry-Norman-Still-Alice.mp3"][/audio] It's a much-talked about new film opening today at Eveningstar Cinema in downtown Brunswick. Julianne Moore as an active and vibrant middle-aged woman who suddenly learns she has Alzheimer's disease. Eveningstar owner Barry Norman visited WCME's Midcoast Morning Buzz to talk about the film and...

Ethan Minton, longtime radio voice in southern Maine, is now program director of the Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program. Ethan dropped by the Midcoast Morning Buzz to tell us how YOU with nothing more than mouseclick, can improve the chances of Midcoast Hunger Prevention receiving a...

An intriguing occurrence on WCME's Midcoast Morning Buzz. Brunswick town councilor Kathy Wilson was talking about her opposition to a bill pending in the state legislature that would ban the sale of dogs and cats by pet stores. It so happens that Brunswick state senator...

Katie Daggett was moved to make music at a lean age after hearing the songs of the visionary Joni Mitchell wafting out of her older sister's third-floor room in the family home in Augusta. So it was a treat when Katie, who is a frequent presence...