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 :)
10 Rare and Endangered Plants of Maine To Look Out For On Your Outdoor Summer Adventures
Here are some plants to look out for in your outdoor adventures here in the State of Maine this summer. Maybe it will be a find of a lifetime!
80 Years Ago in Maine, You Couldn’t Purchase Alcohol On One of The Most Patriotic Days of the Year
Laws, provisions, and bans change with time. But, this law in 1942 made it so Mainers could not purchase alcohol on a few specific days, including this one we will be having in the coming weeks.
ROAD TRIP WORTHY: Travel Back In Tyme With This Maine Renaissance Fair In July
There will be acts for the little ones and acts suitable more for the adults in the many performers that will be attending this year's Maine Renaissance Faire.
Here Are the Maine Towns Most Likely To See Asthma Emergencies and Hospitalizations
These maps shows higher rates of asthma emergencies throughout the State in specific Maine towns,
Here’s Where You Can Take Boating Courses To Cruise Maine’s Waters This Summer
Taking these courses will educate you on various topics including operation and safety info, rules, reading nautical charts, what to do in emergency situations, and more.
Help Maine Bumbles, Bunnies, and Birds As A Citizen Scientist
Here are the various citizen scientist programs available to the casual, but invested, wildlife viewers of Maine just like you.
Predicting Maine’s Hurricane Forecast for 2022
Above-average temperatures of the Atlantic Ocean could open up a higher possibility of Maine becoming more susceptible to hurricane pathways, especially when the season looks to have higher activity than 'normal'.
Here Are 25 Maine Food Festivals to Sink Your Teeth Into All Year Round
If you think Maine is just about lobster, you'd be wrong. Our festivals run the gambit, from several types of seafood to berries (and what you would think are berries) to fungi and soda. Even a dog of a different color is on this list.
Look Out for Maine’s Elusive Skunk Cabbage Right Now
You'll know this plant by its big, leafy vibrant green leaves, strange purple flower/fruit, and it's stinky smell.
Mainers Can Fish ‘License-Free’ On This June Weekend
Celebrating Father's Day a little early but in the full swing of tourist season, the State of Maine is offering a free weekend of fishing for all Mainers.