The host of one of Maine’s most successful television programs, ‘The Nite Show’, award-winning radio broadcaster, and all around nice guy, Dan Cashman, joined us on the Fill The Steins Podcast to talk about his life behind the microphone.
We are inching closer and closer to Homecoming Weekend 2014 at the University of Maine which is now just over a month away. While we have been working hard to get our tailgate and weekend plans together, many of you have asked about how and when to order gear for the big event. If you are looking for that uniquely Orono piece of appearal we have the answer for you, the Fill The Steins Store.
The landscape of microbreweries in Maine changed on Saturday with the opening of Tributary Brewery in Kittery by famed brewmaster Tod Mott.
Former UMaine hockey standout and current goalie for the Detroit Red Wings, Jimmy Howard, returns to Orono on Friday for a fan meet and greet at the newly opened Maine Savings branch on College Avenue.
Current State Senator and candidate for US Congress in District 2, Emily Cain, joined us on the Fill The Steins Podcast for a lengthy discussion covering a variety of topics.
Tomorrow, first-year dormitories across the University of Maine campus in Orono will open their doors to welcome the Class of 2018 in the college’s annual tradition known as the “Maine Hello.” While the current form of this event is more like a day of community service to support new students, the original version of the […]
If your travels take you down Interstate 95 and past the traffic circle in Portsmouth, consider making a detour 2 miles off the highway to check out one of the best beer tours in New England at the Redhook Ale Brewery. I joined more than a dozen members of the Seacoast Beer Club to tour the massive facility and to sample some of the liquid pleasures produced by Redhook and its affiliated breweries.
With less than two weeks before their first game, University of Maine football head coach Jack Cosgrove joined the guys to preview the season on the Fill The Steins Podcast.
While some of your friends will drop hundreds of dollars on mini-fridges and flat screen televisions for their dorms, you can spend just a little and still be as popular as a 21-year-old freshmen. Here is this year’s edition of the Fill The Steins’ “5 Must-Have Products for Your College Dorm Room!”
We are just weeks away from the start of college and for incoming freshmen it is an exciting time; most living on their own for the very first time. For those lucky enough to call the University of Maine home the dormitory experience has improved significantly over the three-to-a-room days your parents may have told you about.