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UMaine Men’s Basketball Coach Walsh settling into life at Orono

It has been five months since Bob Walsh took over the reins of the University of Maine Men’s Basketball program and so we decided to have him back on the Fill The Steins Podcast to check in on his adjustments to life at Orono.

Check out the Highs and Lows of UMaine Homecoming 2014

Thousands of Black Bears descended on Orono this past weekend to celebrate Homecoming at the University of Maine and when it was all said and done there were a fair share of highs and lows from the events. Whether it was on the sporting fields or in the parking lots scattered across campus, the story lines varied greatly and we have done our best to put them all together. Accompanied by our official #RiseAndStein Tailgate Album, we present to you our best and worst of Homecoming Weekend 2014.

UMaine Hockey, Homecoming, and Handsome Guys all on the FTS Podcast

With less than a week to go until our #RiseAndStein Tailgate at the University of Maine we had a really big show talking about Homecoming, Black Bear Hockey, and Handsome Guys on the latest episode of the Fill The Steins Podcast. With Homecoming Weekend nearly upon us we had a major announcement regarding our live […]

Raise a Glass to Griffin Stockford, Fill The Steins’ New Student Contributor

We had always envisioned having a staff of on-campus content providers so we could get the perspective of not just alumni but also current Black Bears. That is why with great pride we raise a glass and welcome the newest addition to the Fill The Steins staff, Griffin Stockford, our student contributor.

UMaine Hockey Coach Red Gendron Talks Black Bear Hockey

UMaine Hockey Head Coach Red Gendron joins FTS Podcast crew to talk about his first year, the upcoming season, and the University of Maine’s athletic culture.

Can Kittery become the Sake brewing capital of America?

Maine has a rich history of microbreweries dating back decades and stretching the entire length of the state. But the latest brewery opening in Kittery in the next few months will not be serving up pale ales and porters, instead it is positioning itself to become a global leader in another beverage, the Japanese staple of sake.

BDN’s Pete Warner discusses UMaine Football’s Lackluster Start

The University of Maine football team was not expected to win at Boston College this weekend, and they lived up to that expectation. Opening conference play against Towson this weekend and with a 1-2 start to the season, we welcomed Senior Sports Writer from the Bangor Daily News, Pete Warner, to the FTS Podcast.

‘Nite Show’ host Dan Cashman talks about life behind the mic

The host of one of Maine’s most successful television programs, ‘The Nite Show’, award-winning radio broadcaster, and all around nice guy, Dan Cashman, joined us on the Fill The Steins Podcast to talk about his life behind the microphone.

Check out a little piece of Orono at the FTS Store

We are inching closer and closer to Homecoming Weekend 2014 at the University of Maine which is now just over a month away. While we have been working hard to get our tailgate and weekend plans together, many of you have asked about how and when to order gear for the big event. If you are looking for that uniquely Orono piece of appearal we have the answer for you, the Fill The Steins Store.

Tributary Brewery, the next big thing in Maine Beer

The landscape of microbreweries in Maine changed on Saturday with the opening of Tributary Brewery in Kittery by famed brewmaster Tod Mott.

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