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 :)
Vaccinated Mainers Could Win A Decent Payout With ‘Vaccinationland Sweepstakes’
Governor Janet Mills announced the sweepstakes yesterday to encourage more Mainers to get a vaccine and for those that already have to get the chance to be rewarded for doing so.
Maine Community Colleges to Start Remote Worker Training Programs
The program is set to begin in January for some 700 people and is specific for rural Mainers focusing on remote jobs like medical transcriptionists and IT support.
Millinocket to Be Newest Site for Cutting Edge Data Company
It will utilize the natural resource of water to create a data center that is cooled by water.
Mysterious Maine Farmer Was First With Rhubarb In U.S.
It's a traditional Maine staple food and actually has interesting history as the origins of it's introduction to the new world by one mysterious Maine farmer.
Check Out Bracelet With 10 Different Maine Beach Sands
A Maine Etsy seller offers many kinds of beach sands from the shores of Maine. She takes the beach sands and makes bracelets as a souvenir.
Lavender Fields Will Be Open This Friday In Newport
Moore Manor Lavender, located at 302 Stetson Road in Newport, will be opening their fields this weekend for the start of the season.
Watch For Maine’s First Butterfly of the Season
While it can be the first butterfly we see of the season, and one of the longest lasting of butterflies, we may come across it in what may seem like sad circumstances.
Mainers, Beware of Flea Collar Linked to Pet Deaths
These collars have been available to consumers since 2012. Since that time, their have been over 1600 pet deaths linked to the collars, 75,000 pet incident reports linked to these collars and at least 1000 harmful incidents reported for humans.
Maine Commission Already Foreseeing Statewide Drought Conditions for 2021
Despite minimal concern over flooding this spring, there is concern by a state commission over continued drought conditions into 2021.
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.
Tax Tips for Mainers This Tax Season
Here are some tips for those Mainers that need info to get ready to file your taxes this year.
Avoid Ice Dams On Your Maine Roof This Winter
Some of this takes a little maintenance but it's better than having an unsafe house to live in or to pay a contractor to fix your house in the middle of January.
Here’s When to Get the Roof Rake Out
It's one of the fun winter tasks of being a home-owner, raking the roof.
Check Out These Seasonal, Educational Boxes from the Maine Discovery Museum
The Maine Discovery Museum is selling to fun educational boxes to get those STEM skills flowing for your child during these unusual times.
Shop At This New Online Marketplace For Maine Artisans
We are all missing our craft fairs so check out this new online storefront filled with Maine-made products.
Get In On The State Parks Photo Contest for $10k In Prizes
Enter now through October 31st for a chance at the grand prize of nearly $10,000 in prizes.