Even before I was born, I was in radio business. My mother and father had a morning show while I was still in my first apartment, or, what I later learned is called a "womb." I can remember going to the radio station every day after summer school ... yeah, I went to summer school, wanna fight about it? I would watch the DJs push buttons and talk into the microphone and I'd think to myself, "Now THIS is something I want to do." As I grew up on the mean streets of Cumberland Center (Go GREELY!), I never lost the dream to be on the air. One day, my big chance came. The overnight guy quit, so the program director had no choice but to put me on the radio. I was his only hope. I felt like Obi Wan Kenobi. Ever since then I've been doing what I love... sleeping on the job.
Ri Ra’s Annual St. Patty’s Day Plunge Kicks Off Day Long Celebration
Get your day started early at Ri Ra's Irish Pub for their 15th annual St. Patrick's Day Plunge. The dip happens at 5:30 am.
Biddeford HS Teacher/Students Parodies ‘High Hopes’ For Pi Day
Mr. Jacques YouTube page is filled with other videos about Pi including one where he channels his inner Tom Brady in a video called "Jon vs Pi," a parody of the Facebook video series Tom vs Time.
An Abandoned Rockland Neighborhood Is Getting A Second Chance
Back in the 1930s the Philbrick Avenue neighborhood off of Route 1 in Rockland was a quaint little neighborhood with 13 cottages for local workers in the area to call home. The neighborhood basically fell apart after years of neglect. The cottages fell into disrepair, septic systems failed and the h…
A Decision Has Been Made On Changing The Maine Flag
Lawmakers have been butting heads over the big issues like which chickadee we should have as the official state bird, or if we should change the Maine State Flag for some reason.
Angry Mainer Drives To California To Confront Google Officials
Kyle had told local police that he would become violent if his confrontation with Google didn't work out. It didn't.
South Portland Could Be The First To Ban Flavored Tobacco Products
A ban like this would be the first of it's kind in Maine.
Biddeford Is On The Rise As It Becomes ‘Maine’s Youngest Town’
Biddeford is home and work to 21,400 residents and more than a quarter of those people are between the ages of 20 and 34
Portland Woman Has Found A Way To Turn Seaweed Into Lube
When I think of sea weed I think of that horrifying feeling as a piece brushes my feet when I'm swimming in the ocean. Or seaweed salad at my favorite sushi place! But for one woman originally from Orono, seaweed is so much more.
Could This Be The Last Time Mainers Set Their Clocks Ahead?
We move the clocks ahead one hour this weekend but a bill at the State House could have Maine doing away with the time changes.
For Fans of Dean’s Sweets, Portland Is About To Get Twice As Nice
It's the reaction of his customers after they take that first bite that keeps his passion alive.