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 :)
20 Plants Grown In Maine Gardens And Yards That Can Harm Your Dog
If you have a pet it might be good to explore the area around your home where your pets may be to see what vegetation is around because there may some plants that could harm your pet.
18 Ways To Enjoy Your Maine Blueberry Pie
To celebrate National Blueberry Pie Day, here's a list of crust styles, ingredient add-ins, or total makeovers to highlight this Maine State Dessert on National Blueberry Pie Day.
Forget Camping, Try A New Maine Weekend Adventure By Staying On A Boat
Camping reservations may be full up already for the season but, there are other ways to take in the spectacular views of Maine- you just have to get creative.
Rabies Cases In Maine So Far for 2021
The State of Maine has identified 15 total cases of rabies statewide. Most cases involved racoons and grey fox and most were found in the Western and Southern most counties in the State with two cases found in Penobscot and Washington counties.
Browntail Moth Activity Expected to Be Bad in Maine in 2021
It is now a concern that this year could be one of the worst years for this invasive pests activity here in the State of Maine.
VIDEO: Bald Eagle Gets Lunch In Streets of Brewer
The video was captured near the intersection of Chamberlain Street and Washington Street last week.
Searsport Maine Finds Legit Message In A Bottle About Cars Extended Warranty
If you came across it would still be a treasure to behold, a commentary on the absurdity of Americans' robocalling woes.
The Maine Whoopie Pie Festival Is Coming Back in October
This year we can plan for the Maine Whoopie Pie Festival to take place in-person Saturday, October 2nd from 10 AM - 4 PM.
Here’s What To Know When Reserving Your Family Camping Trip At A Maine State Park This Sea…
If you want to plan for your summer adventures with the fam, here's what you need to know about family camping at Maine State Parks.
13 Maine Location Names and Their Native American Meanings
Many Native American groups resided here in Maine, including the Penobscot, the Mi'kmaq, the Abenaki and the names they used for features of Maine are still present in our everyday lexicon.
Here’s What to Expect If You Are Contacted By A Maine CDC Contact Tracer
Here's what Maine contact tracers will and won't ask if you are a close contact with someone recently diagnosed with COVID-19.
Here’s What Mainers Need to Know About Tax Deadlines This Year
Know that you can already file your tax returns so, continue doing that. Just don't expect your refund money as quickly as you are used to.
50+ Maine Towns With A Population of Less Than 100 People
There are several small communities throughout the state, from the Western Maine mountains up to the county and Downeast.
New Year’s Day Means ‘First Day Hikes’ In Maine
Spend some time in Maine's State Parks for the first day of the new year.
Mainers Turn to Hunting During the Pandemic of 2020
Our backyards provide an exceptional outdoors experience and, in a year where the outdoors seemed like a way safer option than hanging around a bunch of people indoors, Mainers took advantage of the opportunity and you can see it in the numbers.
Brewer Creature Is Mystifying Residents
One little creature has sparked a lot of controversy in North Brewer.