I am a proud native of the Bangor area and have a deep love for this region, the state, and the unique quirks that come with living here. I graduated from Brewer High School and pursued a degree in Mass Communications with a focus on Radio Broadcasting at The New England School of Communications on the campus of Husson University. Having had the opportunity to work here briefly in the past, I'm delighted to be rejoining this superb team! Aside from listening to tunes on Q106.5, I enjoy spending time with friends, playing basketball (although I’m MUCH better at watching), and exploring new hiking spots with my Goldendoodle. I'm also known to enjoy a cold beer or seltzer on occasion. I am thrilled to be back in the country music scene, connecting with new people, and immersing myself in this wonderful community that Bangor has to offer. I'm excited to continue to appreciate the many things that make our area so special. There's so much catching up to do, and I can't wait to be a part of it all!
Cheers! Orono Brewing Company Hosts Solar-Powered Happy Hour
Orono Brewing Company will be hosting a solar-powered happy hour at their Orono location this evening, May 11th, from 4 to 8 pm in collaboration with Maine Community Solar.
Celebrate Mother’s Day With Adorable Baby Goats in Somerville
If you're looking for a heartwarming way to celebrate Mother's Day this year, look no further than this Pumpkin Vine Family Farm baby goat-hugging event.
Have You Heard of This Exclusive Maine Restaurant That Only Takes Postcard Reservations?
Have you heard of The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine? This restaurant is a hidden gem that's quickly become a must-visit destination for foodies in the know. However, don't expect to make a reservation online or even by phone. This establishment only takes reservations via postcard.
Rock Out for a Great Cause: Purple Iris Foundation’s Fundraiser Event in Orono
The event is open to the public and is free to attend, but donations are highly encouraged to support the foundation's mission of raising cancer awareness, providing support, and giving hope to individuals and families affected by cancer in Maine.
May the Fourth Be With You: Bangor Pub Hosts Star Wars Day Celebration
In a galaxy not so far away, Star Wars fans in Bangor are gearing up for a celebration that's out of this world. Benjamin's Pub is hosting a Star Wars Day event on May 4th, and they're pulling out all the stops.
Hey Maine, We’re One of the Best States for Working Moms
With Mother's Day just around the corner, personal finance website WalletHub has released its report on the Best and Worst States for Working Moms in 2023.
Connect With Nature: Check Out These Bangor Area Bird Walks
The Penobscot Valley Audubon is gearing up for a busy month of May, with plans to hold 13 Bird Walks throughout the greater Bangor area.
Embrace This Free Calf Cuddling Event in Appleton
Get ready for a day filled with cuddles, cuteness, and calves at ME Water Buffalo Co.'s calf cuddling event. On Saturday, May 6th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., head on over to their farm located at 232 Old County Rd, in Appleton for a fun-filled day that's perfect for the whole family.
Experience the Magic of a Full Moon Hike in Maine
During the Full Moon Hike, participants will learn how to read trail maps, locate themselves on trails, and prepare for hiking adventures of their own.
Should Maine Consider Changing Its ‘Last Call’ Time?
As the night grows old and the last call approaches, bar-goers in Maine have to rush to order their final drinks before 1 a.m., the state's mandated closing time for retailers selling alcohol. But with other New England states like Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut serving alcohol until 2 a.m., some folks are wondering whether Maine should follow suit and push back its last call.