So a quick bit about me, I’ve been on the air for over 30 years and not only do I love the classic rock that we play, but I’m also the Public Service Director for Portland and Portsmouth. I love working with our nonprofits who continue to provide important programs to our listeners as we battle COVID. I also love Def Leppard, Hallmark movies, dinner parties, and a good night’s sleep. I have two 14-year-old Samoyeds; one is completely deaf and the other is missing an eye and I’m crazy in love with them. I also snore like a bear, according to my daughter. I like to travel, read and enjoy long walks on the beach, so lucky for me I live in Maine.
“Wake Up Mama”, Allman Brothers Tribute Band to Benefit Preble Street
Support Preble Street by joining us for Wake Up Mama, a tribute to the Allman Brothers Band. Saturday, October 23rd from 8-11pm.
Top Ten Reasons to Visit the Fryeburg Fair
It's back and we are so excited! The Fryeburg Fair continues through this Sunday, October 10th.
Here Are 10 Pieces of Clothing from High School That Mainers Might Still Have in Their Closets
In high school, I spent every cent that I earned working the register at Shaw's in Saco to buy clothes at the Maine Mall on payday. I still have some of my faves, how 'bout you?
The Freeport Fall Festival; Bring On the Music, Food, Art and Oysters!
Nothing says Autumn in Maine like this event that will include lots of live music, local artisans, free children's activities and of course, food that will have you abandoning any end of summer diet that you have going on.
These 33 Wicked Epic Photos Give You a Real Taste of Summer in Maine
The summer of 2021 will go down in the history books as one of reconnection; with friends and family, nature and live music. Mainers received their Covid-19 vaccinations and enjoyed concerts, canoeing and cook outs. Taking nothing for granted, they captured lots of pictures; there were moments of community and of solitude and provided lots of inspiration to go explore Vacationland...
Seasonal Allergies? Here’s a Maine-Made Cure for You, Honey
It's allergy season in New England, and my car is covered in a layer of pollen. The pollen madness got so bad that I had to hose off our patio furniture to eat dinner outside last weekend. Not only do I see that pollen, but mama, I feel it. Our bodies react to pollen as if it were an invader, similar to a bacteria or virus, so we have the same response.
5 Amazing Things You Probably Didn’t Know About WBLM’s The Captain
Celeste has got five amazing facts about the man himself you probably didn't know but definitely should.
Music Fans, Please Help Save Maine’s Stages, Venues and Festivals
By taking about a minute to fill in your name on a form letter at SaveOurStages.com, you'll be asking Congress to include our venues in the next stimulus bill.
Tips For Wearing a Mask On a Hot, Humid Day
If you can, stay in and enjoy the A.C.. If you do have to go out in the heat, as uncomfortable as they are, face masks are an important component in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Maine Is One Of The Most Sunburned States, Pass The Aloe Vera
Maine and New Hampshire have some of the highest rates of melanoma in the U.S.
Celebrate “Maine Beer Night” With A Nice, Cold One On July 25th
The Maine Brewer's Guild has given us something to look forward to; Maine Beer Night. This is a virtual event that I am totally been stoked for.
Join Wreaths Across America “Stem to Stone” Live/Virtual Race July 18th
Join the Stem to Stone Hybrid Live/ Virtual 5K race in Columbia Falls, Maine on Saturday July 18th. You can run in person following CDC recommendations or participate virtually.
Will Absentee Votes Without Enough Postage Count?
I assumed that absentee ballots would only need one stamp, but you know what happens when you assume.
Heads Up, $600 Unemployment Stimulus Checks Will Stop July 25th
The additional $600 a week from unemployment will end July 25th. Many Americans were under the impression that the benefit ended July 31st.
Mainers Head Back To Their Changed Workplaces
Beyond hand washing, hand sanitizers and masks that must be worn properly, here are some more best practices for going back to your workplace.
Maine Has Been So Drunk During The Pandemic, How Drunk?
According to the AmericanAddictionCenters.org, our country spent an average of 172 hours being drunk during the first eleven weeks of the pandemic.