On February 23, 1967, across the Great Pond at Abbey Road Studios, The Beatles were recording "Lovely Rita" for Sgt. Pepper. Meanwhile, at the Augusta General Hospital, I let out my first cry to the world. Twenty years later, I played "Lovely Rita" on the radio station I grew up with, WBLM. Taking over the Night Flight for the Captain, who moved to host The WBLM Morning Show, a teenage dream was realized. I'm a dyed-in-wool Mainah. In the '80s at Cony High School, I had a different colored Blimp t-shirt for each day of the week. When I'm not rockin' live with BLM, I'm rockin' at home in Westbrook with my wife, Sherry, and sons, Sam and Carter. Rip it hahd weekday afternoons at work and on the way home! Like me on Facebook! And remember, if the conniption fits, wear it!
Tickets Go On Sale For New Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine
Find out how to get tickets to go play and learn with the kids at the beautiful new state-of-the-art facility on Thompson's Point in Portland
Here’s A List Of Every Concert At Augusta Civic Center In The 80s
There were some pretty amazing big name appearances in the Capital City. Augusta hosted everything from Rock to Country to Vegas.
Ready To Laugh? Bob Marley Shows That Were Sold Out Just Added Extra June Seats
With masks mandates gone and capacity restrictions being relaxed, there just so happen to be more tickets being released this June at four Maine venues.
Augusta’s National Historic Landmark Old Fort Western Is Now Open
If you as big a fan of Fort Western as I am, you'll be very glad to know that it is officially open just in time for family summer fun.
Hallowell Shows It’s Pride With A Beautiful New Rainbow Crosswalk
While seeing this colorful newly painted crosswalk in Hallowell will not be a surprise to most folks, it will likely warm many hearts as a symbol of and inclusivity and diversity.
Get Out And Fish For Free In Maine This Weekend June 5th And 6th
If you've been interested in taking up fishing, this upcoming weekend is a great time to give it a go.
WATCH: Wicked Funny Song About Those Miserable Black Flies
New Hampshire humorist, Fred Marple sings a parody song to the tune of the familiar warm weather standard Blue Skies. "Never seen bugs, stubborn as this...bites on my face, welts on my wrist."
Scarborough Police & Students Salute Veteran On His 101st B-Day
This is the stuff that always gets us right in the feels. When we see an elderly hero being recognized and celebrated on such an amazing milestone by the community, it just makes our hearts swell wicked big.
Maine Wildlife Park In Gray Reopens On Thursday April 15
So if you were planning on taking a hike with family during April vacation week, this might very well be the most fun nature walk in Maine of them all.
WATCH: Vehicles Get Rocked By Frost Heaves In New Hampshire
Now we know we shouldn't be finding joy watching unsuspecting drivers get launched by wicked bad frost heaves. But, we just can't help ourselves.
The Red Barn In Augusta Announces April Reopening Date
Here's comes a hopeful example of things getting closer to the way they once were.
Have You Ever Heard Maine’s Official State Song?
I figured if I hadn't, there was a good chance other folks hadn't either. It seems as though us proud Mainers all should sing along to this one at least once. So let's do it.
Now There’s An Adorable Maine Baby Goats In Pajamas Music Video
It only makes sense that there would be a song inspired by and starring some of Maine's biggest tiny celebrities.
Mini-Golf In Maine With Huge Animatronic Dinosaurs Reopens May 1
They will be open from 10am to 9pm that day. Their future hours for the 2021 season are coming soon.
Ice Racing One Last Time For the Season Upta Moosehead Saturday
As the sun moves north and we welcome the vernal equinox, there's one last day at the ice races.
Watch The Dramatic New Episode Of ‘Surviving Maine’
Things are getting more intense with team members being traded and the tribes being divided into three groups. Week after week, we'll get a little closer to learning who will ultimately be the last hearty Mainer left standing.