Zach Jones performs in the 207 studio


Zach Jones released his latest album, "Things Were Better" on June 5th. Jones describes the album as a throwback soul album.

Zach Jones will be performing at Brews and Tunes at the Kennebunkport Fest at the Captain Lord Mansion on Saturday, June 9th.

For more information on Zach Jones click here: ZACH JONES


Ad Club of Maine's Annual Meeting & Party

Ad Club of Maine's Annual Meeting & Party

Ad Club of Maine invites you to join us for our annual meeting and end of the Mad Men end of the year soiree.

WHEN:  June 14th 5:30pm-8:00pm

WHERE:  The Portland Club  156 State Street  Portland, ME 04101

COST:   Members $14, Non Members $22 Price includes two free drink tickets



For more information go to:  Ad Club of Maine on Facebook




The charter of the Advertising Club of Maine was signed on July 23, 1923 at the Congress Square Hotel in downtown Portland.

Bishop Gene Robinson


Bishop Gene Robinson is the first openly gay person to be elected as a bishop in the Episcopal Church. Robinson was elected Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire in June 2003, after serving for nearly 18 years a Canon to the Ordinary. Bishop Robinson married his partner of 24 years on January 1, 2010, their first day it was legal to do so in New Hampshire.

Bishop Robinson will be in Maine to attend three screenings of the documentary "Love Free or Die." The screenings are being organized by Mainers United for Marriage, the campaign supporting a "Yes" vote in November on a ballot initiative that would allow same-sex couples to receive a marriage license in Maine.

The screenings will be followed by a question and answer period with Bishop Robinson. All the screenings are free and open to the public.

Monday, June 4: Portland Museum of Art, 6:30 PM




A FREE WORKSHOP for families/friends caring for a loved one with dementia.

Whether you are providing care for your loved one at home, using the services of a home care agency, or overseeing care in a long term care facility, being a caregiver is extremely challenging.

This interactive workshop is designed to give participants an understanding of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and help them develop the skills they need to deal with the difficult situations they face on a daily basis. Lunch also provided, during which the award winning film “Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter” will be shown.

Workshop agenda

  • Understanding dementia
  • Communication strategies
  • Dealing with challenging behaviors
  • Supporting daily activities
  • Taking care of the caregiver

9:00 am to 3:00 pm


Hot Wing Cookoff preview featuring local chefs

PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The first ever hot wing cookoff challenge is taking place Thursday night, but before the big event, we had a mini-cookoff on the Morning Report.

Chris Gordon of Sea Dog Brewing Co. and Alex Caisse of Buck's Naked BBQ will be competing in the cookoff at the Residence Inn on the Portland Waterfront Thursday night from 6-9pm.

Sea Dog's Habanero Maple Rhubarb Hot Sauce Wing


3 Habanero Chilies (tops cut off with seeds)

3 cups Rhubarb (chopped small)

1/2 cup Spanish or white onions (chopped)

2 cups Reed's Maple Syrup (or any pure Maine maple syrup)

1 cup vinegar

6 oz. tomato paste

12 oz. Sea Dog Windjammer Blonde Ale


Portland gets 1st large cruise ship call of year

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Portland is getting its first large cruise ship visit of the year.

The 952-foot Carnival Glory was originally scheduled to arrive Monday, but the arrival was postponed until Tuesday because of the weather.

The ship is carrying nearly 3,000 passengers and more than 1,100 crew members.

The Carnival Cruise Lines ship leaves port Tuesday evening, bound for Saint John, New Brunswick. The ship also makes port calls in Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia, before returning to Boston on Sunday.

Portland this year expects 59 cruise ships to stop in the port. The busiest part of the season runs from mid-August through October.

Samuel James performs in the 207 studio


Samuel James was born the last in a long line of performers including dancers, story tellers, porch-stomping guitar thumpers, and a session-jazz pianist dating back to the 1890s. James' songwriting has everything from the heavenly flights and evil pits of love to tales of true and bizarre folk heroes.

Samuel James will be performing at  One Longfellow Square on Saturday, June 9th.

For more information on Samuel James click here: SAMUEL JAMES