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  • Audio Archives - WMPG
    Animal Sounds Anything Goes Between The Notes Blind Hope Radio Blunt Cambodian Voice Caribbean Flava Celtic Trans Fusion Chickens Are People Too Cinema Hits and Misses Crossfade Dead By Dawn Democracy Now Diversité Do Re Mi Love Showtunes Dog s Dinner Early Morning Madness Eastern Sands Radio Echoes of Congo Square Electric Freedom Erl s Basement Evenin Sun Bon Ton Roulet Evenin Sun Finger Lickin Good Evenin Sun Red Hot Blues Evenin Sun Ruby s Juke Joint Evenin Sun Saturday Edition Evenin Sun The Gumbo Shop Exploding Jukebox Fascinating Rhythms Free Speech Radio News Funkengrooven Get Hot or Go Home Good Morning Vibes Hardly Strictly Harp Bard Hip Hop 101 Hukkin a Chainek In The Spotlight Insomniac Lunch Into the Monolith Jam Junkies Juke Jive n Jazz Jumptime Land of the Lost Latinos Life Simplified Radio Local Motives Maine Gospel Train Making Contact Metal for Breakfast Minor Chord Mayhem Morning Street Motivation Music Monday Movin to the Beat Mystical Blends New Mainers Speak NIGHTWIRES Poptopia Norumbega News Powerhaus Radio Astronomy Radio Junk Drawer Rssd Uul Maang RustysRecords Safe Space Shaken and Stirred Sleeping With The Radio On Songs to be Murdered By Sonic Latitudes Soulmates Soundscape Radio South By Southwest Speebtastic II Sprouts Stay Rude stuck in the 80s Sunday Simcha The Beat Don t Stop The Blue Country The Claw Machine The Dollar Grab Bag The Frank Zappa Show The Grooveyard Shift The LATE LATE Show The Night Train Show The Portland Files The Soapbox Thee Random Thought Crime Generator This Way Out Time Out Tuesday Night Talk Radio Club Tweenlight Zone Us Folk Wheeedoggies Wide Open WINGS Zvuki Russi WMPG Soundbites Subscribe to WMPG s monthly newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming WMPG events and promotions Submit Funded in part by A Proud Partner of

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  • Public Affairs - WMPG
    Events Record Sale Information WMPG Fashion Show Mardi Gras Bluegrass Contact Us Staff Contacts Donation Sustainer Info Newsletter Subscriptions DJ Request Form How to Get Involved Public Affairs MPG News Other Archives Music Review Archives Homefront Veterans Archive Cart ADVERTISEMENTS Search Now Playing Public Affairs Here you will be able to listen to a variety of current and archived public affairs programming at the click of a button We are still in the process of building out and updating our archives so be sure to check this page regularly for new content Programs Available Download WMPG program archives here MPG Reports Aucocisco Radio Project Local Motives Radio Drama Revival The Soapbox Tuesday Night Talk Radio Club WMPG Soundbites Subscribe to WMPG s monthly newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming WMPG events and promotions Submit Funded in part by A Proud Partner of Contact WMPG WMPG Street Address 92 Bedford Street Portland ME WMPG Mailing Address 96 Falmouth Street Portland ME 04104 9300 General Information 207 780 4943 On Air Requests 207 780 4909 DJ Request Email djrequest wmpg org Home LISTEN WMPG Live Stream Stream a Recent Show On Your Radio Programming Programming Grid Show Profiles Playlists

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  • Other Archives - WMPG
    Other Stuff Events Calendar Old News USM Events Annual Events Record Sale Information WMPG Fashion Show Mardi Gras Bluegrass Contact Us Staff Contacts Donation Sustainer Info Newsletter Subscriptions DJ Request Form How to Get Involved Public Affairs MPG News Other Archives Music Review Archives Homefront Veterans Archive Cart ADVERTISEMENTS Search Now Playing Other Archives Patti Smith at the Democracy Rising event in Portland Maine Democracy Rising Tour in Portland Maine 2002 from Cumberland County Civic Center Historical event with Patti Smith playing solo in front of a crowd Jello Biafra Ralph Nader Chad Ursmton and Dispatch and much more WMPG was there and recorded the entire event WMPG Soundbites Subscribe to WMPG s monthly newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming WMPG events and promotions Submit Funded in part by A Proud Partner of Contact WMPG WMPG Street Address 92 Bedford Street Portland ME WMPG Mailing Address 96 Falmouth Street Portland ME 04104 9300 General Information 207 780 4943 On Air Requests 207 780 4909 DJ Request Email djrequest wmpg org Home LISTEN WMPG Live Stream Stream a Recent Show On Your Radio Programming Programming Grid Show Profiles Playlists Volunteer Profiles Audio Archives Public Affairs MPG News Other

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  • Music Review Archives - WMPG
    and promptly blew my teenie little indie mind Completely skipping a gawky musical adolescence this quintet managed to show up on the first day of school with a nearly flawless balance of lush shoe gazing melody and carefully controlled bursts of thunderous fuzzy guitar Valerie Cartonio Reviews Amajacoustic by Clan destine Posted January 23rd 2013 by WMPG filed under Music Review Clan destine Amajacoustic By Valerie Cartonio This is the third release for this band out of Tempe Arizona Last year they walked away with a Native American Music Award NAMMY for Best Pop Rock Recording of the Year Recently Clan destine was nominated for Best Duo Group of the Year Lenny Smith Reviews The Id by Macy Gray Posted January 23rd 2013 by WMPG filed under Music Review Macy Gray The Id By Lenny Smith Macy Gray set the bar extraordinarily high for herself with her debut album On How Life Is her tremendously commercially and artistically successful 1999 release but with her second offering The Id she may have surpassed it It may take a few thousand more listenings to know for sure but then like her first LP The Id is tremendously repeatable While this album feels in no way like a copy or a rehash of her first release there is a continuity with it and the same lushness of arrangements and astonishing blend of styles and influences That and Macy s unique vocals and worldview make for thirteen killer tracks complete with beautiful booklet with production notes and lyrics Ron Raymond Reviews 22 Dreams by Paul Weller Posted January 23rd 2013 by WMPG filed under Music Review Paul Weller 22 Dreams Yep Rock Records 2008 By Ron Raymond WMPG Music Director Once the musical force behind two memorable 80s bands The Jam and The Style Council Paul Weller has since made taken his Brit pop rock to all different kinds of levels His new album his ninth solo effort titled 22 Dreams is no exception After 2005 s As Is Now I thought the time was right to make the sort of record I wanted to make he says of the creative process which led to the new album Instead of worrying about anyone else I wanted to really push the boat out I think the result is going to surprise a few people Ron Raymond Reviews Don t you know who I think I was Best of the Replacements by The Replacements Posted January 23rd 2013 by WMPG filed under Music Review The Replacements Don t you know who I think I was Best of the Replacements Rhino Records 2006 By Ron Raymond WMPG Music Director Minneapolis rock heroes The Replacements led by a rock hero in his own right Paul Westerberg have had a best of compilation before the fantastic 1997 2 CD Reprise collection All For Nothing Nothing For All immediately comes to mind and I know what you re saying why review a compilation that s already 2 years old Well

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  • Homefront Veterans Archive - WMPG
    was the good paying jobs Workers talk about the good wages and how having money affected their lives after the Great Depression http www wmpg org wp content uploads 2015 01 HomefrontVeteransOralHistoryProjectEpisodeTwo mp3 Episode 3 3700 women worked at the South Portland shipyards during WWII This episode looks at what it was like for women to take on jobs as welders riveters and crane operators http www wmpg org wp content uploads 2015 01 HomefrontVeteransOralHistoryProjectEpisodeThree mp3 Episode 4 There were two yards in South Portland Known as the East Yard and theWest Yard the two shipyards employed nearly 30 000 people between 1941 and 1945 Former workers talk about the differences in the two yards and about the types of work it took to build the Liberty ships http www wmpg org wp content uploads 2015 01 HomefrontVeteransOralHistoryProjectEpisodeFour mp3 Episode 5 The jobs at the Liberty shipyards were heavy industrial jobs The working conditions could be extreme working outside in all kinds of weather and facing the real dangers that come from working in industrial situations Former workers talk about the conditions at the South Portland Shipbuilding Corporation http www wmpg org wp content uploads 2015 01 HomefrontVeteransOralHistoryProjectEpisodeFive mp3 Extra audio clips There were so many great stories from these interviews We couldn t use them all in the series but we ve included a few of the extras here LINK TO Extra clips coming soon A heartfelt thank you goes out the following people who share their stories with us for this project Gus Barber Earl Bennett Ralph Bonville Doris Burney Ernest Jim Darling Nicholas Davis William DeCosta Mary Derrig Rita Desilets John Deveau Lloyd Doughty Franklin Emery Charles French Alexander Frustaci Marshall Jack Gibson Mabel Belle Graney Earl Howard Gertrude Jordan Henrietta Hentie LaRou Malcolm Lyons Robert McKenney Lawrence Nickerson Lucille Nutt Jean Robbins Frank Rodway Parker Savage Clifford Smith Ralph Smith Gloria Stover Raymond Verrier Esther Walker Raymond Weed Gordon Windle Paul Zdanowicz WMPG and Portland Harbor Museum received a federal grant to conduct 35 interviews with WWII shipyard workers and former residents in the Ferry Village neighborhood where the shipyards once stood The project is funded by a 2005 Partnerships for a Nation of Learners grant jointly funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting For a description of our project see below Working in cooperation WMPG and PHM recorded interviews with the Homefront Veterans who built Liberty Ships for the WWII effort and with area residents who found their neighborhood overrun with shipyardworkers between 1941 and 1945 Employment at the yards was transformative for the workers neighbors and for all of South Portland and the Greater Portland area Many of these workers are in their eighties so it s imperative that we capture these stories now This project is a true collaboration WMPG PHM worked with two 11 th grade history classes from Cape Elizabeth High School to record a number of the interviews Students learned interviewing skills

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  • About Us - WMPG
    Program Underwriter Logos Planned Giving Buy Our Stuff Donate Your Car LP s and Other Stuff Events Calendar Old News USM Events Annual Events Record Sale Information WMPG Fashion Show Mardi Gras Bluegrass Contact Us Staff Contacts Donation Sustainer Info Newsletter Subscriptions DJ Request Form How to Get Involved Mission Statement How to Volunteer Funding and Governance Management Team Station History Legal Materials CPB Transparency Compliance Financial Statements Board Minutes Cart ADVERTISEMENTS Search Now Playing About Us Coming soon You can also click any of the links to the left for additional information WMPG Soundbites Subscribe to WMPG s monthly newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming WMPG events and promotions Submit Funded in part by A Proud Partner of Contact WMPG WMPG Street Address 92 Bedford Street Portland ME WMPG Mailing Address 96 Falmouth Street Portland ME 04104 9300 General Information 207 780 4943 On Air Requests 207 780 4909 DJ Request Email djrequest wmpg org Home LISTEN WMPG Live Stream Stream a Recent Show On Your Radio Programming Programming Grid Show Profiles Playlists Volunteer Profiles Audio Archives Public Affairs MPG News Other Archives Music Review Archives Homefront Veterans Archive About Us Mission Statement How to Volunteer

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  • Mission Statement - WMPG
    s and Other Stuff Events Calendar Old News USM Events Annual Events Record Sale Information WMPG Fashion Show Mardi Gras Bluegrass Contact Us Staff Contacts Donation Sustainer Info Newsletter Subscriptions DJ Request Form How to Get Involved Mission Statement How to Volunteer Funding and Governance Management Team Station History Legal Materials CPB Transparency Compliance Financial Statements Board Minutes Cart ADVERTISEMENTS Search Now Playing Mission Statement WMPG empowers University of Southern Maine students and community members to create diverse innovative high quality media foster the exchange of ideas and celebrate the many cultures of USM and surrounding communities for broadcast to the world Adopted 11 12 14 WMPG Soundbites Subscribe to WMPG s monthly newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming WMPG events and promotions Submit Funded in part by A Proud Partner of Contact WMPG WMPG Street Address 92 Bedford Street Portland ME WMPG Mailing Address 96 Falmouth Street Portland ME 04104 9300 General Information 207 780 4943 On Air Requests 207 780 4909 DJ Request Email djrequest wmpg org Home LISTEN WMPG Live Stream Stream a Recent Show On Your Radio Programming Programming Grid Show Profiles Playlists Volunteer Profiles Audio Archives Public Affairs MPG News Other Archives

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  • How to Volunteer - WMPG
    History Legal Materials CPB Transparency Compliance Financial Statements Board Minutes Cart ADVERTISEMENTS Search Now Playing How to Volunteer DJ training is offered to anyone interested Training sessions are held every two months at our studios at USM in Portland Maine You will need to come in or call to see when the training sign up is posted There are 24 spots open each round If you would like to sign up for training please contact Lisa Bunker All volunteers will need to come to an orientation meeting This is where you will learn more about how WMPG operates and the process to become a DJ or other volunteer options available That evening you will sign up for the actual training sessions There are three and they last about a hour and a half each Training is free to USM students A small one time administration fee of 25 is charged to all non USM trainees WMPG has many events during the year and we always need help If you are interested in working our phone bank or one of our promotional tables or perhaps volunteering at our record sale and help carry a few heavy boxes of records send us an email to Station Manager Jim Rand with your contact information We will be in touch We also offer USM students opportunities for internships and Work Study Students who have been awarded federal work study funds as part of their annual financial aid package should contact Station Manager Jim Rand for an application WMPG Soundbites Subscribe to WMPG s monthly newsletter and be the first to hear about upcoming WMPG events and promotions Submit Funded in part by A Proud Partner of Contact WMPG WMPG Street Address 92 Bedford Street Portland ME WMPG Mailing Address 96 Falmouth Street Portland ME

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