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Island Ad-Vantages|10/3/2019
A fisherman offloads his catch at the Stonington Lobster co-op 1.
Faith Deambrose

DEER ISLE—It’s 4 a.m. and Rosie Julin makes her way to the Stonington Co-op. It is a place far removed from her Washington, D.C., apartment or the West Coast city in which she grew up. Julin is working on a podcast—an episodic series of digital files meant for download and play on an internet-based device—and her first stop is Deer Isle, Maine.

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