Bill Maine oversees all operations at Jacobs Media and hosts the "WDUN Morning Show with Bill Maine," weekdays 5:30-9 a.m. When not on the radio, you'll find him water skiing on Lanier, running, or smoking ribs on his Green Egg. Bill has been a part of Jacobs Media since 1980. Bill is addicted to peanut M&M's with no desire to reform. Email: [email protected]. Twitter: @BillMaine
According to the C.D.C, 61 million adults in the U.S. live with some kind of disability. What do you do when you are one of those? Penny Mishkin M.S. is one of those and she joined us on Maine Street to talk about she didn't let it keep her from becoming a successful Occupational Therapist.
All children love playgrounds, but not all playgrounds are inclusive. Caroline Filchak and Halley Bower are out to change that with Hope For Hall. They joined us on Maine Street to share their play to provide inclusive playgrounds where children of all abilities can have a place to play.
"Not-So-Common Cents" is a new Nat Geo book that helps children learn about money. Co-authors Sarah Wassner Flynn and Alvin Hall stopped by Maine Street to share what's in the book and why they wrote it.
Gainesville Police Chief Jay Parrish spent time with us on Maine Street to talk about the homeless situation in Gainesville. Chief Parrish says this is a challenge that takes the entire community to address.
Organic farmer and founder of Profound Foods, Jeff Bednar, stopped by Maine Street to talk about what it means when you buy something labeled "organic." Bednar also talked about USDA changes to organic labeling.