I was born and raised in a small town outside Nashville, and country music was always in my ear. I am a single sassy lady, making my way in Maine! I moved to Massachusetts with my mom when I was 19, went to college, and picked radio as my career. I moved to Maine in 2005 for a radio job, and have been here since. Holy smokes, time flies! I have grown up and learned a lot about this life! But, we all have a path to follow, and while I was away from radio for a little while, mine has brought me back to where I belong, back on the air! I am stoked to have you listening, and to bring some good 'ole fun into your life!
A Yeti was Spotted Enjoying the Snow Storm in Maine?!
Wait, is that a Yeti I see playing in the snow?
You Must Try the Freaky #SnowFace Challenge During this Nor’easter
Of course you can binge shows on Netflix, sip hot coco by the fire, or trek to your closest bar. Those things are boring compared to this new viral challenge.
‘The Bachelorette’ Star Wells Adams Will Be in Bangor
You may remember contestant Wells Adams from the JoJo season?
L.L. Bean Has Announced They Will Only Sell Guns to People Age 21+
How do you feel about this?
Do You Feel the Same as Bob Marley about Tomorrow’s Storm?
Leave it to Bob Marley to make you crack up when a big snow storm is fixin' to dump on us
WATCH: Eagles Fans Could Learn Some Class From Pat’s Fans (NSFW)
But, when you really start to feel down today, just take a look at these shocking videos of Eagles fan chaos
This Guy’s Patriots Man Cave is What Dreams are Made Of!
Not sure if he goes as far to light candles and worship Brady's jersey! You will be jealous of his Pats man cave! Take a look inside.
Woodchuck Predicts Who Will Win The Big Game @ Boston Museum of Science
So, who did this wise woodchuck choose this year?? #Whatthecrapman
Friendly’s Ice Cream Releases Limited Edition Delectable ‘Nor’easter Pothole’
The sweet frozen creamy concoction is called 'Nor'easter Pothole'.
Wouldn’t an Epic Ice Maze Be Fun in Maine or New Hampshire?
But, there is not an ice maze in Maine or New Hampshire. Why is this? We have got plenty of the white stuff laying around for months. Why not put it to good use?