I must be the luckiest guy in the world to be able to captain one of the greatest rock stations in the USA! I’ve been on the Blimp for over 30 years, and no two days have ever been the same. I think that’s what gets me up at the crack of dawn. I call Blimp listeners “friends I’ve never met,” and it’s true. We share a common bond of living in Maine and a passion for Rock and Roll. It’s great to work with so many local charities and businesses as well. I'm wicked proud to represent Townsquare Media as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Maine Association of Broadcasters and as a board member of NESCom at Husson University. Thank you for all the years, and here’s to many more!
Do You Know Why They’re Called ‘Maine’ Coon Cats? A Wicked Furry Tale
Maine Coon Cats are lovely, but why is Maine in their name?
7 Incredible Events That Happened at The Expo in Portland, Maine
The Portland Exposition Building, known to most as "The Expo", opened in 1915, and is the second-oldest arena in continuous operation in the USA.
Learn to Speak Like a Mainer With These 45 Mainah Words
We polled Mainers and asked them what words they would want to be added as an official word to the English language. Here are the top 45 choices.
Throwback: All Hail the Maine Atlas and Gazetteer
Search the back of your vehicle, and I am guessing that somewhere, either under the driver's seat or way in the back or in the trunk, you will find one of the true testaments that make a Mainer. It measures 11.5 by 15 inches. It is the iconic Maine Atlas and Gazetteer.
Real Maine: Using Old License Plates to Hold Together a Lawnmower
Some say cheap...Mainers say FRUGAL!
The Best Drone Photos of Portland, Maine
Don't you love looking at drone shots of places you know and love? It gives your place some new perspective!
Watch: Unearthed Video of the Amazing Patriots 2002 Super Bowl Parade in Portland, Maine
We found some never-before-seen footage of Portland's New England Patriots Super Bowl Parade and Rally from April of 2002.
What?! You Used to Be Able to Take a Boat From Portland to Sebago Lake
Did you know that in the 19th century, Portland had a big canal? It was called the Cumberland and Oxford Canal, and you could take a boat from Portland all the way to Harrison.
An Earthquake Shook Maine 10 Years Ago This Week
10 years ago this week, on October 16, 2012, Maine was rocked by a pretty good-sized earthquake.
ZZ Top in Portland This Week: Listen to Their First Show in Maine From 1975
Welcome back, ZZ Top, to Portland this week.
Best Parking Job of the Year? Mainers React to This Power Wheels Taking a Spot in Portland
If you happened to be in downtown Portland, Maine, on Temple Street recently, you would have made a double take on this unique parking job.
10 Years Ago This Month: ‘The List’ and the Kennbunk, Maine, Zumba Instructor
"Who's on The List this week?" That was the question back in the fall of 2012. The List was a list of names that came out every other week after Zumba instructor Alexis Wright was arrested and charged with prostitution.
Is the Famous Cabot Cove From Angela Lansbury’s ‘Murder, She Wrote’ a Real Maine Place?
Lansbury's character, Jessica Fletcher, played a widowed mystery writer who solved murders in Cabot Cove, Maine. Is it a real place in Maine?
Here Are 29 Unwritten Rules of Portland, Maine, That All Locals Should Know
Here are the "unwritten rules" of the greatest city in the world, Portland, Maine. Abide by these rules, and all your Portland dreams will come true.
Watch: ‘The Invasion of The Leaf Peepers’ is Hilarious
Here's a wicked funny video about leaf peepers invading Maine and New Hampshire.
‘The Tater Report’ is a Portland, Maine, Treasure
The best thing on the internet coming out of Maine right now could very well be the "Tater Report."