I've been with Q97.9 since we signed on back in 1996, and it has been an amazing ride. I still love doing what I do every day. I'm a geek of all sorts. Comic books, sci-fi, technology, video games, and most of all, pinball. I play competitively and have participated in the largest pinball tournament in the world. I've got an amazing son who didn't fall far from the tree. If we're playing pinball, video games or watching Star Wars together, it's a good day. You can catch me in the mornings during the week on the Q Morning Show.
Watch World’s Largest Airplane Land in Bangor From The Cockpit
Landing something this size is an amazing thing to watch, but just as cool to watch from the cockpit.
These Are The 13 Video Game Consoles I’ve Owned in My Lifetime
Take look back through the years and see all the video game consoles I owned in my lifetime. How many of these did you have?
Governor Mills Allocates $5M of Federal COVID-19 Funds To Rental Assistance
$5 million of Federal COVID-19 relief funds have been allocated by the Mills Administration to continue to help Mainers who are struggling to pay their rent.
Hebron Man Wins $1 Million On Scratch Ticket Bought in Oxford
The odds of winning a million dollars in the $50 Million Cash Blowout are 1 in 650,000.
First Spiders, Now Game Wardens Confiscate an Alligator In Skowhegan
A drug bust in Skowhegan also turns up an alligator.
Dr. Nirav Shah Talks About His Diet Coke Vice on ‘The Nite Show’
Dr. Nirav Shah is a big fan of the zero calorie version of the American classic soft drink. Now he explains why.
Governor Mills to Issue Executive Order to Enforce Face Coverings in Maine’s Tourist Areas
Governor Mills announced today a plan to issue an executive requiring large retail stores, lodging, restaurants, outdoor bars and tasting room in coastal counties and Maine's largest cities to enforce the state's face covering requirement.
4 Beautiful Maine Railroad Stations That Are Gone and What Replaced Them
Here's a look at four grand railroad stations that served three different railroads in Maine that have been reduced to rubble, and a look at what is in their place today.
Stretch of Road in Norridgewock Named The Corporal Eugene Cole Way
Cole's family, State Senator Brad Farrin and members of the Somerset County Sheriff's Department were there for the dedication and renaming of the road.
Movie Theaters and Casinos Among Businesses Allowed To Open July 1
The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development has released a list of businesses they may open on July 1, the start of stage 3 of the Mills Administration's Restarting Maine’s Economy plan.