We are getting tons of amazing entries in our WBLM 4 Millionth Song Contest. Sometime this month, the Blimp will play Song Number 4 Million. It's a pretty momentous occasion, as there are only a handful of radio stations in the World that have been a Rock station as long as WBLM...
The wind storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of Mainers, some of who feed their families through food stamps. Many lost all of the food in their refrigerator and freezer and can't afford to replace it.
30 years ago, Roger Waters brought his Radio KAOS tour to Maine! We remember a big circular projection screen and mind-blowing quadrophonic sound. There was also a telephone booth set up for fans to call the stage and ask Roger questions.
Jacob Thompson is only nine years old and this will be his last Christmas with us. He has been battling cancer for the past three years and it is terminal. Jacob loves Christmas and because of his health, he'll be celebrating it next weekend at the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital.
Parents have been wondering whether the missed school days due to the wind storm will count as snow days. The Governor called a state of emergency, do we still need to make up those days? I found the answer on the Maine Department of Education website