Shenna Bellows takes the road less traveled in Senate race

During a recent stop in Bangor we were able to catch up with Bellows to find out how she is coping with bilsters, what she hopes to do in Washington, and how she likes to fill her stein when she’s not on the campaign trail.

FTS Al Fresco: Boat House Bistro

FTS Al Fresco heads to Boothbay Harbor, where the third-story roof deck at the Boat House Bistro offers great food, drink, and views.

The Lo-Down: UMaine’s D’Lo Brown opens the show at Unforgiven ’98

In the WrestleMania XIV fallout, UMaine’s D’Lo Brown was in the middle of an imploded Nation of Domination. Where did he land? Find out in the latest edition of the Lo-Down!

FTS Summer Session: A look back at the UMaine career of Rudy Keeling

On the heels of John Winkin’s passing, Fill The Steins continues our “Summer Session” with last year’s tribute to former men’s basketball coach Rudy Keeling.

Fill The Steins stands and drinks a toast to John Winkin

In the wake of John Winkin’s passing, Fill The Steins’ Brian MacLeod remembers the legendary coach and his last great UMaine baseball team.

Ryan Lomberg’s exit is best for both the player and UMaine

Fill The Steins explores why Ryan Lomberg’s departure from the University of Maine is the best possible outcome for all parties.

Getting to know UMaine’s New President, Dr. Susan Hunter

While she is new to the position, Dr. Susan Hunter is anything but new to the UMaine System. Starting off as an assistant professor almost 30 years ago, she has worked in about every corner of the Orono campus on her way to the President’s House. In addition, she has spent the last year working as Vice Chancellor for the UMaine system making the transition into leading the state’s flagship university a bit easier. Fill The Steins is happy to sit down with Dr. Hunter and learn about her plans for leading the school, or favorite parts of working in Orono, and how she likes to fill her stein while not on the clock.

FTS Al Fresco: The Thirsty Pig

Fill The Steins continues its Al Fresco series back in Portland at The Thirsty Pig, where sausages and Maine beers make a tucked-away deck even better.

Summer Session with George Kinghorn

Fill The Steins’ “Summer Session” keeps on keepin’ on through the dog days of summer – here, we sit down with George Kinghorn, Director and Curator of the UMaine Museum of Art.

The original UMaine grocery store; Orono Thriftway

Perhaps it is the peeling maroon paint or the sun-bleached yellow letters on the exterior. Maybe it is the broken tile floors or the aisles that are barely wide enough for a single cart to pass. Sitting prominently on Park Street for decades it is the quintessential college grocery store also like it came from a deleted scene in Animal House. Yes, there is only one food market that has been servicing stein fillers for decades, the one and only Orono Thirftway.

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