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Wild Turkey Season Underway in Maine
Maine’s annual fall turkey hunt is getting underway in most of the state.
Country News: Route 91 Harvest Festival Shooting Claims at Least 59 Lives
The shooting that took place Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas has claimed at least 59 lives and injured at least 527 people: the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. According to CNN.com the shooter was 64 year old Stephen Paddock who had 23 guns with him on the 32nd fl…
Maine’s New Hockey Team Has It’s Name
Portland’s new hockey team will take the name of the hockey team that played in the city from 1977 to 1992 in the American Hockey League.
Cam on a West Coast Tour
Cam will close out the year with a tour out west called the Best Coast Tour. Starting November 28 in California she’ll have six stops there before heading to Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. According to theboot.com in addition to playing live, she has been busy working on he…
Haunted Places in Maine
If you like to be scared, and who doesn’t, here is a list of places in Maine that is a ‘Tour of Terror’ to check out. Some of the creepiest and scariest places in the state. Perfect if you're looking for a scary Halloween. Here are a few on the list.
Miranda Lambert Hitting the Road in 2018
Miranda Lambert will tour in 2018 with the ‘Livin’ Like Hippies Tour.’ The tour will get underway in mid-January with a total of 23 dates. Joining Lambert is Jon Pardi with select dates featuring Charlie Worsham, Brent Cobb and others. On theboot.com only a couple of dates will be east of the Missis…
Wings of Freedom Tour of World War ll Airplanes Coming to Auburn-Lewiston Airport
The Wings of Freedom Tour is coming to the Auburn-Lewiston Airport on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Sept. 27-29).
September 28, 1941: The Day Ted Williams Ended the Season With a .406 Batting Average
On this date, September 28 in 1941 the Boston Red Sox ended their season splitting a double header in Philadelphia. The Sox were out of the playoffs being 17 and half games behind the Yankess but it was (and still is) an important day in Major League Baseball and Boston Red Sox history.
Country News: Lynn Anderson Exhibit Opens at the Country Music Hall of Fame
An exhibit at The Country Music Hall of Fame called Lynn Anderson: Keep Me in Mind is now open. On theboot.com they tell us the exhibit includes Anderson’s Grammy trophy for Best Female Performance for her song Rose Garden and the dress she wore for the cover of that album. The exhib…
Candy Corn a Halloween Favorite
Candy Corn Day is October 30 each year to celebrate the sweet candy treat for Halloween that goes back to the 1880's in Philadelphia, Pa. The Wunderle Candy Company and candy maker George Renniger wanted to make a candy that had the shape of corn. Candy Corn was the first candy to be multi-colo…