“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 ““The Heroin Effect” with Michael Venn”

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 “UNH Non-renewal Update with Cindy Pulkkinen”

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 “When Particles Collide with Sasha Alcott”

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 “Color Your World with Lorraine Watry”

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 “Embracing Adversity with Amanda Law”

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 “Being a Film Producer with Karlina Lyons”

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 “Music, Film, and Inner Peace with Phil Kliger and Dakota La Croix”

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 “Chiropractic Care and Women’s Health with Dr. Loren Allard”

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 “Mentoring for the Modern Musician with the Scharff Brothers”

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 “Instructions on Parting with Amy Jenkins”