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, Brian James let out his first cry to world. Twenty years later, Brian played "Lovely Rita" on the radio station he 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. Brian "The Guru" James is a dyed-in-wool Mainah. In the '80s at Cony High School, he had a different colored Blimp t-shirt for each day of the week. The Guru has been rockin' Blimpville for over 25 years. When he not rockin' live with BLM, he's rockin' at home in Westbrook with his wife Sherry, and sons, Sam and Carter. Rip it hahd weekday afternoons at work and on the way home! Like him on Facebook! And remember, if the conniption fits, wear it!
Mainers Get a Pass on Expired Stickers for Now
It's good to know that Maine police will give us a break and aren't coming after us for expired stickers. Some things are way more important than that right now.
Portland’s Wicked Big List Of Restaurants Doing Curbside Pickup And Delivery
Our friends at Portland Food Map have put together a wicked big, detailed, and "ever growing" list of what restaurants are participating.
Great New Music Video Reminds Mainers To Socially Distance
This time around, Dennis Barker has gone solo as a result of social distancing. His latest work is a plea in response to a struggle that's not just specific to Maine, but for all of humanity.
Maine Teachers Going Above And Beyond To Help Students
One of the huge challenges our communities face is making sure Maine students have what they need now that schools are closed. I wanted to to share a great Facebook post from my friend Pender.
All Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles Locations Closed
All Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices are now closed help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
What It’s Like Against The 100+ MPH Wind On Mt. Washington
So what do they do when the winds are blowing at these insane speeds? Well, send an intern into the belly of the beast of course.