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Tuesday February 7th, 2023 4:21PM

LISTEN: 2022 by the numbers. It's the World Almanac for 2023

By Mornings on Maine Street

World Almanac editor Sarah Janssen dropped by for her annual visit to Maine Street to share some interesting information from This year's edition. If you want to quantify just about everything that took place in 2022 and be the best trivia player on your team, it's the "World Almanac and Book of Facts 2023."

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LISTEN: 2022 by the numbers. It's the World Almanac for 2023
World Almanac editor Sarah Janssen dropped by for her annual visit to Maine Street to share some interesting information from This year's edition. If you want to quantify just about everything that took place in 2022 and be the best trivia player on your team, it's the "World Almanac and Book of Facts 2023."
9:57AM ( 17 minutes ago )
LISTEN: Democrat strategist Tharon Johnson reviews 2022
Johnson joined WDUN's "The Martha Zoller Show" Monday.
10:30AM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: Mission K9 Rescue
What happens when it's time for a military service dog to retire? Often they have no where to go. That's where Mission K9 Rescue steps in. Co-founder Bob Bryant joined us on Maine Street to share how Mission K9 works.
5:40AM ( 3 days ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Cooking for longevity with Dan Buettner in the Blue Zone
Dan Buettner stopped by Maine Street again to talk about his latest cookbook "The Blue Zones American Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100." Dan has researched the Blue Zones. These are areas where people commonly live to 100 and beyond. The big factor: diet.
5:04PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Keeping holiday depression at bay
The holidays are a festive time for most. But there are those that suffer from seasonal depression. Sherry James used to following the suicides of both her parents. She shared how she has been able to find joy in the season again and talks candidly about what she does--and others can do--to keep from slipping into suicidal behavior.
5:01PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Can we trust artificial intellegence?
Dr. Rama Chellappa has spent a good portion of his career working on A.I. Dr. Chellappa shared with Maine Street his thoughts on how far we can go as he discussed his book "Can We Trust AI?" Among the questions he answered for us is whether machines will ever be able to think like a human. Listen to find out.
4:57PM ( 1 week ago )
WDUN Morning Show
LISTEN: Mission K9 Rescue
What happens when it's time for a military service dog to retire? Often they have no where to go. That's where Mission K9 Rescue steps in. Co-founder Bob Bryant joined us on Maine Street to share how Mission K9 works.
By Mornings on Maine Street
5:40AM ( 3 days ago )
LISTEN: Protecting your children from sextortion
Maine Street presented a report on online financial sextortion of minors featuring FBI Supervisory Special Agent Keith Kabrhel. During 2022, law enforcement has received over 7,000 reports related to this type of crime. Kabrhel talked about ways to protect children from becoming victims.
By Mornings on Maine Street
1:12PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Dr. Douglas Young travels to Due South
Dr. Douglas Young is at it again with his latest book "Due South." Young dropped by Maine Street to talk about the romantic dramedy about a young girl-shy graduate student in a small college town who is surrounded by a cast of interesting characters.
By Mornings on Maine Street
1:07PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: The truth about Mrs. Claus
Meena Harris stopped by Maine Street for a little story time to talk about her new children's book "The Truth About Mrs. Claus."
By Mornings on Maine Street
12:56PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Every song has a story
Marc Myers knows that every song has a story and he's spent much of his life discovering them. Marc spent time with us on Maine Street to talk about his new book "Anatomy of 55 More Songs."
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:47AM ( 1 week ago )