I'm a second-generation DJ as my father spent several years on many radio stations in the late 70s and early 80s, including WBLM. I was born and raised in Lewiston, where I gained little to no street cred. I spent several years as a toddler in radio studios watching hippies press buttons and spin records. It must have really left a mark. That led to a mediocre high school run where my love of alternative grunge and professional wrestling resulted in me rocking a bowl cut for two-consecutive years (seriously). I decided to start new and pursued a higher education at the University of Southern Maine. These college years were marked with being kicked off campus, not making the dean's list and also a professor calling me a tool. But they were formative years, and the results were a promising radio career. From there, I landed the coveted overnight weekend shifts on WCYY, the morning show, and now the afternoons.
Dear Out-Of-Staters: Pick Another Time To Visit Maine
Maine's beaches and parks were packed with people this weekend, lots of whom were visiting from out-of-state.
Popular Bar In Portland Broken Into Early Monday Morning
Popular Portland beer bar Novare Res was broken into early Monday morning with several items stolen.
Maine Company Tests Thousands Of Cats And Dogs For Coronavirus Strain With No Positive Res…
Idexx has extensively tested feline and canine specimens for coronavirus and found zero positive cases
A Maine Fire Department Has A Perfect Social Distancing Test Suggestion
In a time when news always seems bad, the Lebanon Fire Department in Maine used a little humor when offering up a test on social distancing
Forecast Models Hinting Maine Could See Significant Snow On Tuesday
Even though spring is officially here, portions of Maine could see significant snow on Tuesday if forecast models are correct
Some Believe That An Old Ghost Ship Still Haunts Casco Bay In Maine
For many years, fisherman in Maine believe they've spotted an old ghost ship called Dash sailing the seas when they are the foggiest
City Of Portland No Longer Issuing Metered Parking Tickets
The City of Portland announces that during the dine-in shutdown, there will only be parking tickets for illegal and unsafe parking
Conditions Made It Look Like Northern Maine Was Growing Toilet Paper Plants
People in northern Maine were doing double-takes as Aroostook State Park looked like it was home to a field of toilet paper plants
Governor Mills Declares No Dining-In At Maine Restaurants Through March 31st
As the number positive coronavirus cases continue to rise, Governor Janet Mills tells Maine restaurants to close their dining rooms for two weeks
New England Could Kick Off Spring Friday With Some Warm Temps
New England could be kicking off spring on Friday with very warm temperatures as a nice oasis from the coronavirus crisis