Hey there! I grew up in Winterport and live in the Old Town area with my three kids, hubby and two and a half cats. I graduated the New England School of Communications in 2008 with a Bachelors in Audio Engineering. I have experienced working many different jobs in the area, including being a musician, being in the medical field and a licensed tattoo artist, until meandering my way to radio and marketing, with Zone Radio and Sutherland Weston Marketing Communications. Currently, I enjoy getting up real early and watching the sun come up with Kid and co-hosting the Z Morning Show on 107.3 WBZN. I love punk rock and funny shows as well as making stuff, hanging out with my family and learning new things. Give us a shout on Facebook and say “hi” and thanks for listening :)
$1.1 Million Maine Island Home For Sale Has Incredible Views of Acadia and the Atlantic
Check out this beautiful home for sale on the little island of Isle Au Haut in Penobscot Bay and maybe you'll find your creative place or at least dream of it in this house on the bay.
8 Locations In Maine to Go Night Skiing This Winter
If you are up for a nighttime run on the slopes, check out these 8 locations in Maine known for offering some night skiing.
Maine Cryptozoology Museum Named One of the World’s ‘Most Unusual’
In a world of strange, Maine's International Cryptozoology Museum was named one of the most unusual on the planet.
25 Painful and Disappointed Online Reviews of Bangor’s Paul Bunyan Statue
Some people visiting the Queen City are pretty stoked to see our handsome statue that has stood since 1959. Others, however, are not so impressed.
I Challenge You to Find ‘More Maine’ Than This Picture Right Here
Making a stop at a Bangor convenience store, I was struck by a visual that I just couldn't shake. It was possibly the 'most Maine' I could happen to come across that included three simple things combined into one amazing visual to share. I'm sure it's taste, too.
Here Are Maine’s 25 Highest Paying Jobs
Take a look and see if one of those professionals could pique your fancy for a possible career change in the time of 'The Great Resignation'.
If You Want A Local Maine Turkey This Year, You Better Get On It Now
If you want to go local with your pick of bird for the Thanksgiving table, you might be out of luck... unless you act now.
Acadia National Park Advises Visitors Of Park Maintenance and Closures
Maine's Acadia National Park has some maintenance and hours for you to be aware of for the rest of the autumn season for 2021.
Maine Open Burn Permits Are Entirely Free Starting Today
This information was put out in a press release sent out by the Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry on Friday due to a newly passed law allowing for online burn permits to be free of charge.
Here Are the Top 25 of Maine’s Best Public High Schools Ranked
We'll start the list with the best-ranked public high school which will take us to the very top of the State of Maine.
This Train Ride Will Have You See The Best of Maine Fall Foliage This Season
This is a special fall foliage tour that will include an extended trip through Thorndike, along Unity Pond, into the woods at Burnham Junction and back around to Unity Station.
Maine’s Ultimate Fall Event, Maine Maple Fall Fest, Coming October 9th + 10th
A family-friendly fall event that brings Mainers to their local maple producers and try the many ways you can enjoy maple syrup.
Maine’s Winter Forecast Could Be Extreme Amounts of Snow And Chill
According to the predictions, Maine will have a 50% risk of extreme cold across the state due to the effects of La Nina with the northern half of the state seeing between a 50% and 90% chance of extreme cold.
25 Maine Businesses With the Most Employees In the State
These businesses will have to have employees vaccinated at some point due to the recent Biden mandate.
25 Delightful Maine Homes That Are Older Than The State Itself
what are the oldest of the old when it comes to Maine homes? Here's the ultimate oldest of the old here in the State of Maine starting with the oldest home on the list dated at it's creation in 1682.
Senator King’s Breakthrough COVID Case Required Transfusion, Hospital Care
Senator King states: "There’s little doubt I would’ve been in the hospital in serious condition if I hadn’t been vaccinated."