What is there to see and do, as you run Erin’s Run 5K to remember and honor Erin Woolley? Fill The Steins is glad you asked. Here’s a tongue-in-cheek look at the sights of Erin’s Run – we think Erin might’ve gotten a laugh…
With Erin’s Run, one of Fill The Steins’ favorite fundraisers coming up on April 25, FTS co-founder Matt Grondin takes a look back at what makes the 5K special to him.
Fill The Steins heads to the Orono Brewing Company to sample the latest and greatest on Maine’s craft beer scene.
On the heels of the Grammys, Fill The Steins wants to know: who’s the musical act YOU dream of bringing their tour to UMaine?
The Black Bears Men’s Basketball Team came to Portland. They didn’t come away with a win, but they gained a new fan.
Once the Black Bear Hockey Team was finished with UNH on the ice in Portland, they made some time for the kids in southern Maine, too. Fill The Steins attended family skate with UMaine Hockey.
The fall semester is winding down, with Halloween in the rearview and Thanksgiving next week. But before Christmas-Hanukkah-Kwanzaa arrives (or Festivus, as it’s celebrated at FTS HQ…), college-aged Black Bears buckle down for finals. So, in the spirit of solidarity with our student friends, we’re hitting the books, too. They say to write what you […]
Fill The Steins previews Stephen King’s latest co-creation with John Mellencamp and T Bone Burnett, ‘Ghost Brothers of Darkland County,’ which kicks off its North American tour on November 8-9 at The Collins Center for the Arts.
Thousands of Black Bears descended on Orono this past weekend to celebrate Homecoming at the University of Maine and when it was all said and done there were a fair share of highs and lows from the events. Whether it was on the sporting fields or in the parking lots scattered across campus, the story lines varied greatly and we have done our best to put them all together. Accompanied by our official #RiseAndStein Tailgate Album, we present to you our best and worst of Homecoming Weekend 2014.