Shortly after 9 this morning, I stopped at a Dunkin on Route 1 in Scarborough. After I got my egg sandwich and hash browns, I went back out to the car and noticed a parade of police cruisers with blues blaring, headed south.
There's lots of talk of fake news these days. Sometimes it's hard to find a credible source in your Facebook feed. One place I've felt continually confident about hearing honest reporting is ATTN. This week they are featuring a story filmed in Burnham, Maine on how medical cannabis is helping people kick opioid addiction.
Every year something beautiful happens down the hall from the WBLM studio. DJ Mark Curdo from our sister station WCYY, is staying on air for 102 hours once again this week to help children and families in need.
I was clickin' through the new releases on Netflix on Saturday and saw that Night of the Living Deb was just added. You may remember a casting call Mainers who wanted to pretend to be zombies on the streets of the Old Port a couple years ago.
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