The Celtics, The Beach Boys and WWE. If you like any of those, we’ll have plenty to talk about. (I was there when the Celtics won a title; I was there when The Beach Boys played “Kokomo” for the first time; and I was at WWE… well, when I worked there!) I’m a North Hampton native, a graduate of Winnacunnet High School and Emerson College. I don’t know how to tie a tie, nor do I plan to learn. I’m all about the shirt. I ran Jimmy Fallon’s monologue and wrote for Jay Leno and Seth Meyers. But I am thrilled to be back on the Seacoast to spend time with you and my wonderful daughter. I’m here to make you laugh and play the songs you love. But if you invite me to a barbecue, you best cue up some Jimmy Buffett, Traveling Wilburys, and of course, Barenaked Ladies.
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Uhhh, no helmet?
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How a ‘Novelty’ Halloween Song Brought a New Englander Fame and Fortune
Love it or hate it - it's not Halloween until this song comes on the radio.
New England Patriots Legend Tom Brady Takes Front Office Job With…Delta Air Lines?
He was always good at dominating the Jets.
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Don't you like turtles?
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New Crime Novel by New York Times Best-Selling Author is Set in New Hampshire
It's always interesting to read a mystery novel featuring places you actually know.
Iconic Christmas Tree Shop in Massachusetts Will Become Halloween Store
“Don’t you just loooove…a goblin?!”
The Best Places to Get a Hot Dog in New Hampshire
Readers weighed in on a recent hot dog roll controversy, and shared their favorite hot dog joints in the Granite State.
Is a Maine Native Really the Best NBA Prospect Since LeBron James?
The Celtics might want to nab a few extra 2026 draft picks.
Maine’s Stephen King Wrote Under a Pseudonym to See if People Would Still Like His Work
During a battle with self-doubt, the legendary horror writer adopted the name "Richard Bachman" to see if his novels would sell without his name on the cover.
If You See New Englanders ‘Hunting’ in the Offseason, Here’s Why
They may not be 'hunting' wildlife...
Hear an Unknown Tom Brady Meet the New England Media in 2000
How good can a sixth-round draft pick be, anyway?
Did You Know About This ‘Unwritten Rule’ When Going Into the Maine Woods?
It has nothing to do with 'Fight Club'.