Mike Adams is a literary slop zombie; a mutt breed of surrealism and violence; a man who likes his metal heavy and his rock southern. In May of 2007, he boldly published a book of maniacal short stories entitled ‘Toilet Bowl Soup: Redneck Tales from the Armpit of America’ - selling more than 10,000 copies worldwide. However, in 2010, he released ‘Toilet Bowl Soup: The Holy Sh*t’, which sold about 100 copies - if you count close friends, relatives and other people who felt sorry for him. Mike Adams also co-stars in the films ‘Watch Out’, ‘Phone Sex’, ‘Wamego: Ultimatum’, and ‘Trust Me’. He has also contributed music to the movie “It Came from Trafalgar” starring Hank Williams III and Gunnar Hansen from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Mike Adams currently resides in Southern Indiana where he writes for a number of Townsquare Media websites, HIGH TIMES, Playboy's The Smoking Jacket, and Hustler magazine.
8 Famous People Who Were Born and Raised in Maine
If you have ever found yourself curious to discover exactly who are some of the most famous people to ever emerge from the great state of Maine, well, let's just say you are reading the right article.
Petition Calls for Stricter Policies on Taser Use in Canada
An online petition calling for stricter policies regarding stun gun use that gained some serious momentum over the weekend. According to thepetitionsite.com, a petition called “Canadian Police: Don’t Tase First, Ask Questions Later" surfaced earlier this month and by Saturday, it had already obtained 3,400 of its target 5,000 signatures.
Maine Sculptor Unveils Sandy Hook School Monument “Rock of Angels” [PHOTOS]
Maine sculptor Richard Gray has been working for the past eight months on a much needed tribute to the 26 women and children that were killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Where Is the Best Chinese/Japanese Food in Presque Isle?
It’s no ancient Chinese secret that finding a sushi restaurant in the Presque Isle area is almost as difficult as setting out to prepare a spicy tuna roll in your own kitchen – it’s not easy. Luckily, while this part of northern Maine may be a bit orientally challenged when it comes to its culinary offerings, there are still a few excellent places in Presque Isle to find the flavors of China and J
Take a Guided Tour of Historic Downtown Presque Isle This Weekend
Interested in learning more about the history of Presque Isle? Well, you’re in luck. The Presque Isle Historical Society plans to offer a guided walking tour of historic downtown Presque Isle this weekend, weather permitting, of course.
Maine State Police Using Aircraft to Clock Traffic
In an attempt to keep Maine roadways safe during the busy tourist season, state police say they are assisting their ground patrols by putting a little additional support in the sky. According to a news release, the Department of Public Safety plans to utilize aircraft this summer as a means for controlling speeding motorists along Interstate 95 and Interstate 295.
New Report Finds Maine Is the Most Dangerous State to Work
Workers across Maine had better make sure their safety gear is up to standards, as a new study finds that the state is the most dangerous place to work in the United States.
Colby College Art Museum Hopes to Attract Maine Art Lovers
Now, that's glassy. After nearly a year of renovations, the new addition to the Colby College Museum of Art is has finally been completed and is scheduled to reopen to the public later this month. What is interesting is that with the addition of this glass building, the museum now becomes the largest art exhibition space in the state of Maine – 38,000 square feet.
New Maine Employment Service Connects Job Seekers With Employers
What is your Maine job? If you answered “don’t have one,” then perhaps it is time to take a look at a new job referral site focused on getting students, alumni and employers together - it’s called My Maine Job.
Canadians Coming to United States to Retire – Americans Fleeing to Canada for Jobs
Recent statistics indicate that fewer Canadians are crossing the border into the United States while more Americans are making their way into Canada. According to a new study by the Association for Canadian Studies, most of the Canadians living in the U.S. are retirees while the American workforce appears to be migrating north in search for jobs.