Podcast Episodes

Episode 116: Aging Gracefully with Alexandra Chan and Courtney Daniel

March 8, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins For International Women’s Day, Alexandra Chan and Courtney Daniel return to the show to join me in conversation about aging, letting go, nurturing your inner child, self-healing, raising boys, moving on, and saying no. Three songs that we brought to help us talk about our journey: 1stContinue reading “Episode 116: Aging Gracefully with Alexandra Chan and Courtney Daniel”

Episode 115: Moments with Trevor Gatcomb and Aly Aramento

March 1, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins Trevor Gatcomb and Aly Aramento join me to talk about their directorial debut with Dive In Productions of the contemporary song cycle Moments, written and composed by Nathan Schwartzberg. They talk about the history of Moments and what it looks like now, the moments that have impactedContinue reading “Episode 115: Moments with Trevor Gatcomb and Aly Aramento”

Episode 114: My Way with RW Martin

February 16, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins R.W. Martin has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Whether it’s through film, television, video, stage, or his writing, RW’s goal is to always leave a lasting impression. RW talks about his journey in the entertainment industry, does a some amazing impersonations, performs oneContinue reading “Episode 114: My Way with RW Martin”

Episode 113: Fear, Freedom, and Improv with Joanne Brokaw

January 26, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins Joanne Brokaw is an award-winning writer, improvisor, and the author of two books: What the Dog Said, and other adventures in everyday life, and most recently, Suddenly Stardust: A memoir (of sorts) about fear, freedom & improv. Despite her list of creative accomplishments, for most of herContinue reading “Episode 113: Fear, Freedom, and Improv with Joanne Brokaw”

Episode 112: The Next Right Thing with Amanda Woods

January 12, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amanda Woods joins me again to talk about her children’s books: The Robot and the Ballerina and I love You to Planet Peas and Carrots; running the marketing and business end of Wiggly Bridge Distillery; the foundation she is starting with self-publishing; and the work she doesContinue reading “Episode 112: The Next Right Thing with Amanda Woods”

Episode 111: Going All In in 2020 with Molly Campbell

January 5, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins Molly Campbell, UNH Lecturer and dear friend, joins me to have a new year/all in conversation. There’s such a pull at the beginning of a new year to make New Year’s Resolutions, but so many of us struggle with sticking with it. So Molly and I wantedContinue reading “Episode 111: Going All In in 2020 with Molly Campbell”

Episode 110: The UNH HUGEmanities with Krista Jackman

December 15, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Krista Jackman is a Principal Lecturer and Co-director of The HUGEmanities Project with the Englsih Department at UNH. I have had the pleasure of working under the HUGEmanities umbrella with Krista and Molly Campbell, as we create more opportunities for UNH and NHCC students to engage inContinue reading “Episode 110: The UNH HUGEmanities with Krista Jackman”

Episode 109: Healing Arts Collective with Adrienne Irizarry and Bri Duga

December 1, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Adrienne Irizarry and Bri Duga from Healing Arts Collective join me to talk about holistic wellness, the interconnected nature of people, how they help people unlock their wellness potential, the meaning behind their logo, and what it means to them to go all in. Three songs thatContinue reading “Episode 109: Healing Arts Collective with Adrienne Irizarry and Bri Duga”

Episode 108: Against All Odds with Ralph Jarrells

November 17, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Ralph Jarrells is a writer and a film maker, with a long history of fascinating jobs. Ralph joins me from West Columbia, SC to talk about his two novels Ill Gotten Gain and Fiery Red Hair, Emerald Green Eyes and A Vicious Irish Temper and his incredibleContinue reading “Episode 108: Against All Odds with Ralph Jarrells”

Episode 107: Some Holiday with Justin Scarelli and Melissa Sweatt

November 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Justin Scarelli and Melissa Sweatt from Rogue Productions join me to talk about their musical Some Holiday opening at the Players’ Ring November 22 thru December 1. Justin worked for Warner Bros. and Walt Disney Company and Melissa went through the filmmaking program at Boston University andContinue reading “Episode 107: Some Holiday with Justin Scarelli and Melissa Sweatt”

Episode 106: For I Am Yours with Pauline, Carol Linn, and Lorraine

October 20, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Lori McCarthy guest hosts the show, interviewing Pauline Hawkins (the author), Carol Linn Powell (the inspiration), and Lorraine Watry (the illustrator) about the children’s book, For I Am Yours, released on September 25th. It is a beautifully illustrated story about a baby and her blanket and theContinue reading “Episode 106: For I Am Yours with Pauline, Carol Linn, and Lorraine”

Episode 105: A Balanced Life with Chris Carrera

October 6, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Chris Carrera is back to tell us how his year in Costa Rica with his family went. Not only does he share great songs that illustrate his journey, but he shares many of the life lessons he learned along the way, which include finding balance in allContinue reading “Episode 105: A Balanced Life with Chris Carrera”

Episode 104: Dogfight with Jordan Formichelli and Trevor Gatcomb

September 22, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jordan Formichelli, the director, and Trevor Gatcomb, the male lead, talk about Dogfight, currently playing at the Player’s Ring in downtown Portsmouth. Dogfight is a musical with music and lyrics by Pasek & Paul, a duo responsible for Dear Evan Hansen, James and the Giant Peach, andContinue reading “Episode 104: Dogfight with Jordan Formichelli and Trevor Gatcomb”

Episode 103: Mystery/Thriller Novels with Darden North

September 8, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Darden North is a mystery and thriller novelist, a presenter for writing conferences, chairman of the board of the Mississippi Public Broadcasting Foundation, on the editorial board of the Journal of the Mississippi Medical Association, and a board-certified ob/gyn. Joining me from Jackson, Mississippi, Darden talks aboutContinue reading “Episode 103: Mystery/Thriller Novels with Darden North”

Episode 102: CBD and Soul Purpose with Nadine Thompson

August 4, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Nadine Thompson has dedicated her life as a social entrepreneur to empowering women and creating innovative entrepreneurial opportunities for people who want to improve the quality of their lives. Nadine has created a number of successful businesses under her brand Soul Purpose and is now working onContinue reading “Episode 102: CBD and Soul Purpose with Nadine Thompson”

Episode 101: Historical Fiction with Thomas Ott

July 28, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Thomas Ott earned his Ph.D. in Caribbean History from the University of Tennessee and is the author of The Haitian Revolution: 1791-1804 and Saturday and the Witch Woman. In 2010 he retired from the University of North Alabama to write the story of Saturday, a slave onContinue reading “Episode 101: Historical Fiction with Thomas Ott”

Episode 100: Serendipitous Text Message with Kasey Bergh

July 21, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Kasey Bergh found new love when she sent a text and got a wrong number. Ultimately, they met, fell in love and got married 3 years later.  Kasey and Henry’s love story has gone viral, not only because of that serendipitous text message but also because HenryContinue reading “Episode 100: Serendipitous Text Message with Kasey Bergh”

Episode 99: The Narcissist’s Wife with Laura Mansfield

July 14, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Laura Mansfield joins me again to talk about her new book The Narcissist’s Wife. This is Laura’s second book. For this episode, we found more common ground and talked about our own experiences with narcissists, how to protect ourselves and our loved ones from becoming enmeshed withContinue reading “Episode 99: The Narcissist’s Wife with Laura Mansfield”

Episode 98: Believe, Hope, Remember with Abby Rosser

July 7, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Abby Rosser lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with her husband and four children. She is a former kindergarten teacher who is now an author, publishing 5 books in 6 years, and currently working on book 6. Abby talks about her writing journey, her books, what it means toContinue reading “Episode 98: Believe, Hope, Remember with Abby Rosser”

Episode 97: The HUGEmanities with Molly Campbell and Krista Jackman

June 23, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Molly Campbell and Krista Jackman are UNH Lecturers and have started The HUGEmanities Project, a collaboration between The New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative, and UNH College of Liberal Arts. It is an initiative that highlights the engaged, active thinking and digital humanities work UNH students are doing. WeContinue reading “Episode 97: The HUGEmanities with Molly Campbell and Krista Jackman”

Episode 96: Stunt Coordinating with Amy Greene

June 16, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amy Greene is a SAG stunt performer and stunt coordinator. Some of her films include Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (currently on Netflix), The Nun, Woodshock, and All Creatures Here Below. Amy talks about how she got started as a stunt performer, the film industry, andContinue reading “Episode 96: Stunt Coordinating with Amy Greene”

Episode 95: The Ring on the Sill with Jody Clark

June 2, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jody Clark joins me again to talk about The Ring on the Sill the final book in his trilogy “The Soundtrack to My Life.” Jody grew up in the Kittery/York area of southern Maine and his books are based on his experiences growing up in a beachContinue reading “Episode 95: The Ring on the Sill with Jody Clark”

Episode 94: Little Shop of Horrors with Jordan Formichelli and Marina Altschiller

May 26, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jordan Formichelli and Marina Altschiller join me to talk about Little Shop of Horrors (opening May 31 at the Hatbox Theatre in Concord, NH), the show’s origin, producing a big name show as a start-up theatre company (Dive-In Productions), and what it means to them “to goContinue reading “Episode 94: Little Shop of Horrors with Jordan Formichelli and Marina Altschiller”

Episode 93: Sanctuary: A Catalyst for Murder with David Hanrahan

May 19, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins David Hanrahan is back for his third appearance. David is a former Boston trial attorney and now the author of three novels. He just released his latest novel, Sanctuary: A Catalyst for Murder. David talks about his new book, a book club in Florida he visited, whenContinue reading “Episode 93: Sanctuary: A Catalyst for Murder with David Hanrahan”

Episode 92: Getting Over Bad Relationships with Jenn Li

May 6, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jenn Li and I talk about how to get past bad relationships. We share ways to take care of ourselves while we heal and books, quotes, and songs that helped us move on. 1st song: “Coming Back to Life” by Pink Floyd 2nd song: “Stronger” by KellyContinue reading “Episode 92: Getting Over Bad Relationships with Jenn Li”

Episode 91: Seacoast Digital Fast with Jeff Stern

April 28, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jeff Stern is a filmmaker, senior lecturer in Media and Culture at Bentley University, and the creator of “Seacoast Digital Fast” an event taking place May 3-5. Jeff talks about how digital fasting became one of his projects and what he hopes the event will do forContinue reading “Episode 91: Seacoast Digital Fast with Jeff Stern”

Episode 90: Everything Under the Sun with Drew Maurais

April 7, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Drew Maurais joins me to talk about the things on our minds. We shared things that happened (or keep happening) that make us irate; things that make us giggle; bullying; our thoughts on Game of Thrones (some of the big moments on the show and a fewContinue reading “Episode 90: Everything Under the Sun with Drew Maurais”

Episode 89: Three Pillars of Life with Amanda Woods

March 31, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amanda Woods is an author and illustrator of children’s books, the vice president of the board for the York Region Chamber of Commerce, on the board for the York Education Foundation, and the “powerhouse” at the Wiggly Bridge Distillery. She was born in Manchester, NH and currentlyContinue reading “Episode 89: Three Pillars of Life with Amanda Woods”

Episode 88: Dating and Single Parenting with Eric Levin

March 24, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Today, I tried something new. Instead of talking to a guest about some cool project they are going all in on, I wanted to discuss topics that are important to us. Eric Levin, a single father, a real estate agent, and a good friend of mine, joinedContinue reading “Episode 88: Dating and Single Parenting with Eric Levin”

Episode 87: From Concept to Stage Production with Paintbox

March 17, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jon McCormack (creator), Jordan Formicelli (Annie), and Tomer Oz (director) talk about Paintbox, an origianl rock opera with a twist. Paintbox is currently playing at the Player’s Ring in downtown Portsmouth. The three talk about how Paintbox went from an album to a musical stage production andContinue reading “Episode 87: From Concept to Stage Production with Paintbox”

Episode 86: Middle School Musicals with the Cast of PMS’s Aladdin, Jr.

March 10, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins I interviewed the cast of Portsmouth Middle School’s production of Aladdin, Jr., which is opening Monday, March 11 and is running for three nights. All shows start at 7 pm. Maddoc, Nick, Scarlet, and Ian talk about the musical, their favorite parts of the show, and whatContinue reading “Episode 86: Middle School Musicals with the Cast of PMS’s Aladdin, Jr.”

Episode 85: Geezer Stories with Laura Mansfield

March 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Laura Mansfield is the author of Geezer Stories: The Care and Feeding of Old People, a book that was birthed from a series of Facebook posts she originally shared to help her cope with the frustrations, heartaches and small joys of caring for her aging parents. LauraContinue reading “Episode 85: Geezer Stories with Laura Mansfield”

Episode 84: A Memoir of Living with Alzheimer’s with Paula Sarver

February 24, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Paula Sarver is a new author who fell into the publishing world when, after moving her mother into an assisted living center for Alzheimer’s, she discovered her mother’s prayer journal. She turned that journal into An Introspective Journey: A Memoir of Living with Alzheimer’s. Paula joined meContinue reading “Episode 84: A Memoir of Living with Alzheimer’s with Paula Sarver”

Episode 83: The Gentleman Bard with Aaron Shaver

February 17, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Aaron Shaver is an author, actor, storyteller, husband, and father. He also creates introspective video essays based on popular movies or TV shows and connects them to the way the themes show up in real life. He joins me from Nashville to talk about how he foundContinue reading “Episode 83: The Gentleman Bard with Aaron Shaver”

Episode 82: Restoring Balance and Empowering Women with Moon Essence

February 10, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Adrienne Irizarry joins me again to talk about a new business she started called Moon Essence. Through her own experiences with vaginal steaming and Chinese medicine, Adrienne’s practice works with women to help restore ease and balance in all stages of life. Adrienne talks about how andContinue reading “Episode 82: Restoring Balance and Empowering Women with Moon Essence”

Episode 81: Lifestyle Medicine with Dr. Love

February 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Dr. K.L. Johnson or Dr. Love is a multi-lingual, nationally certified speech-language pathologist, linguist, certified autism specialist, certified public health researcher and certified in the practice of cognitive rehabilitation. She is founder and director of the non-profit, Dr. Love’s Healthcare and Dr. Love’s Integrative Nutrition & LifestyleContinue reading “Episode 81: Lifestyle Medicine with Dr. Love”

Episode 80: The Hero’s Journey with Mike Parker

January 27, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Mike Parker is a stage and film director, playwright, novelist, screenwriter, actor, and the founder of WordCrafts Press. He joined me from Middle Tennessee where he lives with wife, author Paula K. Parker. Mike talks about his journey and how he started his publishing company; marrying hisContinue reading “Episode 80: The Hero’s Journey with Mike Parker”

Episode 79: A Different Path with Jody Clark

January 13, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jody Clark grew up in the Kittery and York area of southern Maine. Contrary to the traditional path, he started off writing screenplays; when that didn’t work out, he turned those stories into novels. He now has four novels to his credit, using stories from his lifeContinue reading “Episode 79: A Different Path with Jody Clark”

Episode 78: “The Heroin Effect” with Michael Venn

January 6, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Michael Venn is a director and producer who made his writing and directorial debut in 2010 with the short film “Dark Scribbles”, which premiered in the short film corner at the 2010 Festival De Cannes and was an official selection at film festivals across the country. Michael’sContinue reading “Episode 78: “The Heroin Effect” with Michael Venn”

Episode 77: The Episodes that Helped Me Move Forward on My Journey

December 30, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins For the last episode of 2018, I wanted to share excerpts from shows that helped me transform and rebuild after a few years of treading water. All of my guests have helped me in some way; unfortunately, I didn’t have time in an hour long show toContinue reading “Episode 77: The Episodes that Helped Me Move Forward on My Journey”

Episode 76: UNH Non-renewal Update with Cindy Pulkkinen

December 23, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Cindy Pulkkinen was a Principal Lecturer at UNH, and taught English as a Second Language until May 2018, when her contract was not renewed along with 16 other lecturers. Cindy gives us an update on the non-renewal lecturers and talks about the difficulties of getting a full-timeContinue reading “Episode 76: UNH Non-renewal Update with Cindy Pulkkinen”

Episode 75: When Particles Collide with Sasha Alcott

December 16, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sasha Alcott and her husband Chris Viner, bought a van in the summer of 2016, left their jobs and have been DIY Touring the US and Canada under the name When Particles Collide ever since. They are currently on tour in the New England area. Sasha talksContinue reading “Episode 75: When Particles Collide with Sasha Alcott”

Episode 74: Color Your World with Lorraine Watry

December 9, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Lorraine Watry is an award-winning Colorado contemporary realist painter of water-scapes, landscapes, and reflective objects. Her art is characterized by bright colors, dramatic light and realistic reflections. I am lucky to have her illustrate my children’s book, You Are Mine, due to be released in the summerContinue reading “Episode 74: Color Your World with Lorraine Watry”

Episode 73: Embracing Adversity with Amanda Law

December 2, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amanda Law is a jiu jitsu instructor, soap maker, and jewelry artist. On this episode, she talks about MMA, jiu jitsu, the longest match record she holds, her Tortuga Soap and Beauty to Beast Jewelry companies, her involvement with Mission 22 and We Defy, and her favoriteContinue reading “Episode 73: Embracing Adversity with Amanda Law”

Episode 72: Being a Film Producer with Karlina Lyons

November 25, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Karlina Lyons is a producer with 20 years of experience in domestic and international media production. Her career focus is on educational programming for children and families, most notably with Sesame Street. Recently, Karlina produced The Heroin Effect and Light Attaching to a Girl. Three songs thatContinue reading “Episode 72: Being a Film Producer with Karlina Lyons”

Episode 71: Music, Film, and Inner Peace with Phil Kliger and Dakota La Croix

November 18, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Phil Kliger is one of the reasons I have my own show on WSCA. He invited me on his show two years ago to talk about my book, and now, I am thrilled to have him on All In to talk about all the amazing ways heContinue reading “Episode 71: Music, Film, and Inner Peace with Phil Kliger and Dakota La Croix”

Episode 70: Chiropractic Care and Women’s Health with Dr. Loren Allard

November 11, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Dr. Loren Allard is a chiropractor who specializes in women’s health. Her passionate focus is working with women in pregnancy and postpartum. She talks about creating greater awareness and connection in the body and how chiropractic is the path to sharing her gift of healing with mothersContinue reading “Episode 70: Chiropractic Care and Women’s Health with Dr. Loren Allard”

Episode 69: Mentoring for the Modern Musician with the Scharff Brothers

October 28, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Michael and Adam Scharff or The Scharff Brothers are a production team and pioneers in Virtual Artist Development. They write, record, produce and teach in all musical genres. As a matter of fact, at the time of this recording, they were finishing up a lesson, so IContinue reading “Episode 69: Mentoring for the Modern Musician with the Scharff Brothers”

Episode 68: Instructions on Parting with Amy Jenkins

October 14, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amy Jenkins was part of the New Hampshire Film Festival 2018 and screened her documentary Instructions On Parting: Over  the  course  of  one  tumultuous  year,  Artist  and  Director  Amy  Jenkins  confronts  the  cancer   diagnoses  of  her  mother,  sister,  and  brother,  and  also  welcomes  her  first  childContinue reading “Episode 68: Instructions on Parting with Amy Jenkins”

Episode 67: Podcasting with Raef Granger and Reid Butler

October 7, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Raef Granger and Reid Butler join my podcast to talk about starting their own businesses. Raef helps entrepreneurs find and follow their passions and protect their businesses. Reid is a financial advisor who provides strategies to families and small businesses. Together they have a podcast called TheContinue reading “Episode 67: Podcasting with Raef Granger and Reid Butler”

Episode 66: Digital Marketing with Sabrina Kizzie

September 30, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sabrina Kizzie is a nationally recognized consultant, marketing expert, author and motivational speaker. She is currently a professor at the City University of New York’s Baruch College, and the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, where she teaches several courses including social media marketing, interactive marketing, mediaContinue reading “Episode 66: Digital Marketing with Sabrina Kizzie”

Episode 65: Accepting the Challenge with Christina McAlister

September 23, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Christina McAlister is a successful business owner, a dance mom to three beautiful girls, a former mechanic in the Army National Guard, and an educational associate for kindergarten where she puts her recently learned sign-language skills to use. She accepts every challenge that comes her way, withContinue reading “Episode 65: Accepting the Challenge with Christina McAlister”

Episode 64: Laborers, Craftsmen, and Artists with Adam Rivera

September 9, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Adam Rivera is a true renaissance man with accomplishments in many fields: He’s an MMA fighter and trainer, coaching Devin Powell into the UFC; a combat medic; an FBI certified crisis negotiator; and an ordained minister—and that’s just a sampling. Not only does he have a listContinue reading “Episode 64: Laborers, Craftsmen, and Artists with Adam Rivera”

Episode 63: Being a Creative with Alexandra Chan

August 19, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Alexandra Chan has an amazing array of accomplishments under her belt with even more on the horizon. Alexandra Chan Photography was awarded the Best Photographer of 2017 for the Portsmouth region; she has spoken all over the world about her work in archaeology; and she is currentlyContinue reading “Episode 63: Being a Creative with Alexandra Chan”

Episode 61: Fighting with Your Heart with Devin Powell and Jay Mansfield

August 5, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Devin Powell is a UFC fighter and Jay Mansfield has been in Devin’s corner since the day Devin stepped onto the mat. They recently returned from the UFC fight in Calgary where Devin knocked his opponent out in the first round. As Jay says, Devin fights withContinue reading “Episode 61: Fighting with Your Heart with Devin Powell and Jay Mansfield”

Episode 60: Rochester Performing Arts with Scott Severance and Jordan Formicelli

July 29, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Scott Severance and Jordan Formicelli talk about opening the Rochester Performance & Arts Center and summer theatre at the Rochester Opera House with the critically acclaimed production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Three songs that would be on the soundtrack ofContinue reading “Episode 60: Rochester Performing Arts with Scott Severance and Jordan Formicelli”

Episode 59: Grow and Rise with Adrienne Irizarry

July 22, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Adrienne owns Leviosa Communication, a small business that partners with other small businesses and non-profits to help them build a fundraising campaign, strengthen their brand or increase their marketing footprint. Adrienne’s business journey begins with nonprofit work, travels into corporate America, and is now helping other businessesContinue reading “Episode 59: Grow and Rise with Adrienne Irizarry”

Episode 58: Overcome Social Anxiety with Carol Bass

July 15, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Carol Bass, founder of Social Dynamix, talks about her unique, interactive style of therapy that combines improvisation, psychodrama, and social pragmatics to help individuals gain confidence and overcome social anxiety. Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “King of Anything” byContinue reading “Episode 58: Overcome Social Anxiety with Carol Bass”

Episode 57: Walking Away from Consumerism with Chris Carrera

July 8, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Chris Carrera joins me on All In to discuss a life-changing event: He and his wife Laurie and their two children are leaving New Hampshire and moving to Costa Rica for a year. Chris quit a well-paying job with benefits to take this leap of faith withContinue reading “Episode 57: Walking Away from Consumerism with Chris Carrera”

Episode 56: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Corinne Tork, Ryan Kiernan, and Dwight Robinette

July 1, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins The cast of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Corinne Tork (the Narrator), Ryan Kiernan (Levi and the Butler), and Dwight Robinette (Judah) talk about this amazing, funny, emotional, and definitely entertaining musical. They also talk about the next shows they will be in this summer. ThreeContinue reading “Episode 56: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Corinne Tork, Ryan Kiernan, and Dwight Robinette”

Episode 55: The Burnt Sunset with Chris Ledoux

June 24, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Chris Ledoux is a Portsmouth resident, an engineer, owner of Seascape Landscape, and now, a published author. The Burnt Sunset was just released June 21 and is a post-apocalyptic novel, featuring Chris’s sketches and lyrics. Chris talks about an accident that changed his life, his son’s boutContinue reading “Episode 55: The Burnt Sunset with Chris Ledoux”

Episode 54: An Artist’s Journey with Sarah Clawson

June 10, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sarah Clawson is a former student who is forging her own path as an artist and small business owner. She specializes in ceramics and teaches at Firefly Pottery in Portsmouth. She talks about her artist’s journey, going against the norm, the relationship between artists, empathy, and depressionContinue reading “Episode 54: An Artist’s Journey with Sarah Clawson”

Episode 53: A Year of Saying Yes with Jamie Jenson

May 27, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jamie Jenson decided to change her course after years of teaching and a life-changing event with a year of saying “Yes!” One of those yeses was pursuing a childhood dream of becoming a journalist. She recently graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at SyracuseContinue reading “Episode 53: A Year of Saying Yes with Jamie Jenson”

Episode 52: Writer, Lawyer, Singer with David Hanrahan

May 22, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins David Hanrahan returns to the show to talk about his latest novel, A Deadly Recollection, a brutally suspenseful and riveting foray into the connection between Boston organized crime, the syndicates of Brooklyn and the legal communities who try to keep them at bay. David is a veteranContinue reading “Episode 52: Writer, Lawyer, Singer with David Hanrahan”

Episode 51: Planning a Wedding with Jerry Bazata

May 8, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jerry Bazata has over 25 years’ experience as a professional mobile entertainer. He is the owner of DJ Jaz Music and Entertainment, J & J Marketing and Entertainment, Wedding DJs of Maine, and is a leading consultant to the event planning and music industries. He is alsoContinue reading “Episode 51: Planning a Wedding with Jerry Bazata”

Episode 50: Being a Publicist with Wendie Appel

May 1, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Wendie Appel is a professional publicist with over 20 years of business and public relations experience on both the west and east coasts, specializing in promoting artists, authors, entrepreneurs, mid-sized businesses and non-profit organizations. She is currently running two businesses: Spotlight Publicity and Purple Finch Press. WendieContinue reading “Episode 50: Being a Publicist with Wendie Appel”

Episode 49: Card Designs with Courtney Daniel

April 24, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Courtney Daniel is a client relations expert and a nationally recognized award-winning business owner. She specializes in card designs and hand-written thank you notes with C. Daniel Designs. She works with elite professionals and has worked with top name celebrities in the industry. Courtney talks about herContinue reading “Episode 49: Card Designs with Courtney Daniel”

Episode 48: Teen Theatre with the Cast of Godspell

April 17, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Fiona and Ariana Scharff, Isabella Bazata, and Marie Lane talk about being in the PDP production of Godspell, opening May 4th at the 3S Artspace. They also share about their experiences and how being in a Patrick Dorow Production has changed their lives. Song selections from BroadwayContinue reading “Episode 48: Teen Theatre with the Cast of Godspell”

Episode 47: Writing a TV Pilot with Stephanie Lazenby and Catherine Stewart

April 10, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Stephanie Lazenby and Catherine Stewart have collaborated on a television pilot called “Domesticated.” They are now applying to competitions and working together to break into the industry. They talk about their journey as a team and as writers. Three songs that would be on the soundtrack ofContinue reading “Episode 47: Writing a TV Pilot with Stephanie Lazenby and Catherine Stewart”

Episode 46: Music and Arts with Rebecca Harrison and Katie Grazier

April 3, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Rebecca Harrison and Katie Grazier are from Portsmouth Music and Arts Center or PMAC. On April 13 at Harbour Events, they have Spring Fever for the Arts Fundraiser Party, which raises funds for youth scholarships at PMAC. Katie and Rebecca talk about how PMAC was started andContinue reading “Episode 46: Music and Arts with Rebecca Harrison and Katie Grazier”

Episode 45: Compassion Fatigue with Roclyn Porter

March 27, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Roclyn Porter, founder of Family Patch Network, talks about her work with emergency responders, teens and tweens, and how to take care of yourself if you are experiencing compassion fatigue. Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Under Pressure” by QueenContinue reading “Episode 45: Compassion Fatigue with Roclyn Porter”

Episode 44: Life of a Rap Artist with Michael Gene Dionne a.k.a. Eyenine

March 20, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Michael Gene Dionne a.k.a Eyenine is an American hip hop recording artist from Dover, New Hampshire. He began writing and recording music at the age of 16 and touring the country in his 20s. He helped found an upstart recording label called Flyrock Records which released multipleContinue reading “Episode 44: Life of a Rap Artist with Michael Gene Dionne a.k.a. Eyenine”

Episode 43: Love the World Through Performance with Sophie Grimm

March 13, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sophie Grimm, who stars as Mama Rose in Patrick Dorow’s Production of Gypsy, talks about the right attitude to have in this business, her debut with PDP, and what the future holds for her. Sophie is from a family of performers, on stage since she was born,Continue reading “Episode 43: Love the World Through Performance with Sophie Grimm”

Episode 42: UNH Lecturers with Sarah Hirsch and Cindy Pulkkinen

March 6, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sarah Hirsch and Cindy Pulkkinen are two of the 17 UNH lecturers who received non-renewal notices by mail in January. Everything about it was mishandled. Sarah and Cindy have dedicated much of their lives to UNH and their students. Once a month, I like to discuss issuesContinue reading “Episode 42: UNH Lecturers with Sarah Hirsch and Cindy Pulkkinen”

Episode 41: Filmmaking with Natalia Iyudin

February 27, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Natalia Iyudin, an award-winning Polish born filmmaker, is a Director and Development Producer at Fictionless. Her films have been screened around the world. As an editor and writer, she has worked on nonfiction series for MTV, BET, PBS and VH1 alongside hundreds of short pieces with partnersContinue reading “Episode 41: Filmmaking with Natalia Iyudin”

Episode 40: The George North Manuscript with Dennis McCarthy

February 20, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Dennis McCarthy talks about his new book, A Brief Discourse of Rebellion & Rebels by George North: A Newly Uncovered Manuscript Source for Shakespeare’s Plays, a book he coauthored with June Schleuter. Dennis made the front page of the New York Times with the release of hisContinue reading “Episode 40: The George North Manuscript with Dennis McCarthy”

Episode 39: The Stones of Bothynus with D.K. Reed

February 13, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins DK Reed talks about her young adult, science fiction/fantasy trilogy: The Stones of Bothynus. She also shares her love for science and how she tries to make the science fiction in her novels plausible and logical, the illness that helped her refocus her life, giving her moreContinue reading “Episode 39: The Stones of Bothynus with D.K. Reed”

Episode 38: Shelter: A One Billion Rising Event with Sarah Duclos, Catherine Stewart, and Clarice Perryman

February 6, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sarah Duclos, artistic director, Catherine Stewart, co-director and writer, and Clarice Perryman, cast member and dancer join me on All In to talk about “SHELTER: A One Billion Rising Event.” SHELTER depicts the history of women seeking refuge, the emergence of shelters in the 1970s and whereContinue reading “Episode 38: Shelter: A One Billion Rising Event with Sarah Duclos, Catherine Stewart, and Clarice Perryman”

Episode 37: Self-Directed Learners with Madison Person, Jack Tykodi, and Diane Murphy

January 30, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Madison Person, Jack Tykodi, and Diane Murphy talk about self-directed learning and the BigFish Learning Community in Dover. Madison and Jack talk about why they joined the self-directed education movement and how they are taking charge of their own learning. Three songs that would be on theContinue reading “Episode 37: Self-Directed Learners with Madison Person, Jack Tykodi, and Diane Murphy”

Episode 36: Life’s Incredible Journey with David Hanrahan

January 16, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins David Hanrahan, a seasoned Boston trial attorney, and author of Downsized with Extreme Prejudice, talks about his book and the incredible journey he has been on from his early life in Brooklyn, NY to his time in Panama as a lieutenant in the army where he builtContinue reading “Episode 36: Life’s Incredible Journey with David Hanrahan”

Episode 35: Resolve 2018 with Lisa Cote and Seth Waleryszak

January 16, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Lisa Cote and Seth Waleryszak join me on All In to talk about the Resolve 2018: Building An Agenda for Change conference. Lisa is an environmental scientist and environmental and women’s rights activist, and Seth is an attorney, community activist, spoken-word poet, and the Minister of UnityContinue reading “Episode 35: Resolve 2018 with Lisa Cote and Seth Waleryszak”

Episode 34: The Kingdom with Steven Szmyt

January 9, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Steven Szmyt, author of The Kingdom, talks about his novel, his writing process and journey, and the literal dreams that made him fulfill his desire to be a writer. Steven is a native New Englander and lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with his wife and two daughters.Continue reading “Episode 34: The Kingdom with Steven Szmyt”

Episode 33: Making a Film with the Cast and Crew of The Fall of Terror

December 26, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Nick Tavares, Emma Bowen, Ian Hawkins, Griffin McCarthy, Lori McCarthy, Chase Lancaster, and Mark Bowen talk about their various roles in the production of the short film “The Fall of Terror” they worked on during Thanksgiving break. Song list: “Til Kingdom Come” by Coldplay (Ian); “Imagine” byContinue reading “Episode 33: Making a Film with the Cast and Crew of The Fall of Terror”

Episode 32: Higher Education with Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer

December 19, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer, Lecturers at UNH, talk about some of the issues with higher education. Some of the topics we discuss are the “adjunctification” of higher education and the growth of the use of contingent faculty, the workload and working conditions of theContinue reading “Episode 32: Higher Education with Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer”

Episode 31: Childhood Cancer with Libby Giordano

December 12, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Libby Giordano joins me in the studio to talk about our unusual connection: Both our sons had cancerous brain tumors. We talk about how we found out about the tumor, how we helped our sons, the wonderful way the community helped us make it through the mostContinue reading “Episode 31: Childhood Cancer with Libby Giordano”

Episode 30: Home for the Holidays with Joe Mello, Sarah Duclos, and Kayla Gallerani

December 5, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Joe Meallo, Sarah Duclos, and Kayla Gallerani joined me on All In with Pauline Hawkins to talk about “Home for the Holidays” the upcoming show with Patrick Dorow Productions, their favorite Christmas music, and their journey in musical theatre. It was a fun show filled with laughterContinue reading “Episode 30: Home for the Holidays with Joe Mello, Sarah Duclos, and Kayla Gallerani”

Episode 29: Nonviolent Communication with Peggy Smith

November 28, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Peggy Smith, Diane Murphy, and I talk about nonviolent communication and how we can improve our thoughts and communication style so that we are empathic and compassionate with the people in our lives. Peggy is the founder of Open Communication and Clarity Services, and Diane is theContinue reading “Episode 29: Nonviolent Communication with Peggy Smith”

Episode 28: Overcoming Adversity with Leigh Jaynes

November 21, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Leigh Jaynes shares her inspirational story that brought her from a group home in New Jersey to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado and then to the Seacoast. This world-class wrestler talks about the coach who changed her life, how the fear of failure pushed her toContinue reading “Episode 28: Overcoming Adversity with Leigh Jaynes”

Episode 27: Painting Around the Country with Scott David Chase

November 14, 2017All In with Pauline Hawkins Scott David Chase joins me to discuss his literal artist’s journey across the country, painting in 48 of the 50 states. He talks about his travels with Zoe (his rescue dog) and the artists he visited and painted with on his literal and figurative creative journey. Three songsContinue reading “Episode 27: Painting Around the Country with Scott David Chase”

Episode 26: Single Parenting with Erin Laplante

November 7, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Erin Laplante joins me in the studio to talk about life as a single parent–the struggles, victories, and everything in between. The hour was filled with stories, laughter, and a few tears, as well as songs that remind us of our children.For the soundtrack portion of theContinue reading “Episode 26: Single Parenting with Erin Laplante”

Episode 25: The Purpose of Education with Diane Murphy

October 24, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins On the topic of rethinking education, Diane Murphy from BigFish Learning Community (https://www.bigfishnh.org/) joins me again to talk about the purpose of education. We listened to a segment of Blake Boles “What does it mean to be educated?” (https://www.self-directed.org/tp/what-does-it-mean-to-be-educated/), I read my resignation letter (https://paulinehawkins.com/2014/04/07/my-resignation-letter/), we listenedContinue reading “Episode 25: The Purpose of Education with Diane Murphy”

Episode 24: Screenwriting with Gursimran Sandhu

October 15, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Gursimran Sandhu is the winner of the New Hampshire Film Festival Screenwriting Contest with her script “Yuba City.” She also happens to be a former assistant to David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and just recently promoted to Staff Writer for Game of Thrones. On All In, weContinue reading “Episode 24: Screenwriting with Gursimran Sandhu”

Episode 23: Seeing the Silver Lining with Ashley Mosher

October 13, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins In this special broadcast of All In with Pauline Hawkins, Ashley Mosher talks about the New Hampshire Film Festival, her short film Back to Camp, and her amazing life story that helped her entered the film making business. “Back to Camp” is an honest, moving, and relevantContinue reading “Episode 23: Seeing the Silver Lining with Ashley Mosher”

Episode 22: A Christmas Carol with Scott Severance

October 10, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Scott Severance talks about getting ready to tour the country with a company of 19 people, performing his re-adaptation of A Christmas Carol. This is the second year he will be touring with his company, PerSeverance Productions LLC.Three songs they would be on the soundtrack of hisContinue reading “Episode 22: A Christmas Carol with Scott Severance”

Episode 21: Community Service with Cliff Lazenby

October 3, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Cliff Lazenby talks about how he went from a degree in Government from Harvard to the manager of the Portsmouth rock band “Thanks to Gravity” to Director of IT for Ocean Properties and why he is finally getting into politics. He is currently serving the community ofContinue reading “Episode 21: Community Service with Cliff Lazenby”

Episode 20: Blended Families with Lori McCarthy

September 26, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Lori McCarthy and I talk about blended families. The two of us are part of the same blended family: Lori is married to my daughter’s father. We get along so well that people are often shocked when they discover how we know each other. Most people inContinue reading “Episode 20: Blended Families with Lori McCarthy”

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