I've been with Q97.9 since we signed on back in 1996, and it has been an amazing ride. I still love doing what I do every day. I'm a geek of all sorts. Comic books, sci-fi, technology, video games, and most of all, pinball. I play competitively and have participated in the largest pinball tournament in the world. I've got an amazing son who didn't fall far from the tree. If we're playing pinball, video games or watching Star Wars together, it's a good day. You can catch me in the mornings during the week on the Q Morning Show.
Toots Ice Cream in North Yarmouth, Maine Opens Second Location Saturday
Toots Ice Cream's second location will be open year-round.
OPINION: Arcadia National Bar in Portland Got Hit With a Ridiculous $18,000 Liquor License
The City of Portland has erected a large barrier in front Arcadia National Bar, in the form of an $18,000 liquor license.
Big Al’s Super Values In Wiscasset to Close By The End of the Year
Things won't be the same in Maine without Big Al's, Route 1, Wiscasset.
Video Inside Maine Medical Center’s ICU Shows What Covid Patient’s Treatment Looks Like
The video sheds a light on the struggles of not only patients but the health care workers who treat them.
News Center Maine’s Keith Carson Uses Math To Rebut Comments Comparing Tornadoes and Covid
Keith isn't one to hold back on laying the science on commenters and I respect that.
The Maine Turnpike’s New York Toll Plaza is Now Open – Here’s What You Need to Know
Big changes at the York tolls on the Maine Turnpike. Here's what you need to know.
25 of the Best Arcades in All of New England
The arcades are still out there in New England. You just have to know where to look.
Hiring Begins as Westbrook, Maine’s Chick-fil-A at Rock Row Gets Closer to Opening
Construction on the long-awaited Chick-fil-A began in April, is moving along quickly.
Maine CDC Reports Highest Number of New Covid Cases Since January
Dr. Shah said that the number of daily Covid cases is "certain to go up" as the CDC investigates a large number of positive results.
60 Years Ago, Portland, Maine’s Union Station Was Reduced To Rubble
On August 31, 1961, one of the most architecturally beautiful buildings in Portland was destroyed, creating a movement to preserve Portland's landmarks.
Maine’s New School Vaccine Law Goes Into Effect Today
The new law eliminates some exemptions of vaccination for school-aged children.
An Open Letter from One Maine Parent to His Son Starting His First Day of High School
Jake, you probably won't read this because you're hopefully busy getting ready for your first day of high school.
Portland Police Investigating Shots Fired in East Deering Tuesday Morning
Portland Police are investigating a report of shots fired near the intersection of Johansen St. and Washington Ave.
Portland, Maine Will Once Again Turn Parking Spots Into Parks For a Day
Portland Downtown has been one of the many participants on PARK(ing) Day where parking spaces are converted into little parks.
Section of Baxter Boulevard in Portland Closing Until December 2022
You might as well just pretend this road doesn't exist until 2023.
Do Lobsters Feel Pain When Boiled? The University of Maine Lobster Institute Has The Answe…
Do lobsters feel pain? We looked to the experts of all things lobster, The University of Maine Lobster Institute, for the answer.