My name is Elizabeth, but call me Lizzy. I was born in Pennsylvania and bred in Lewiston, Maine. I’ve been a radio junkie my entire life, fanning over DJs like Lori Voornas (she is my Ellen) and Casey Kasem. I am a Youtuber who loves to bring awareness to social issues such as homeless youth, mental illness, and cultural movements. I was able to meet and interview my mentor, Perez Hilton, because of my channel. I am married to my soulmate, Nelly, who believed in me when I was unable to believe in myself, and we are proud mommies of a rambunctious and talented 5-year-old boy. When I'm not on the radio, I love to dance and sing in my jammies with my son, watch ghost hunter shows and scream on the couch with my mom, who is my best friend, and fix up our new house we bought in Lewiston. I'll always be authentically me and make you laugh every day!
Mother & Daughter Helping to Save Maine’s Ocean One Seaweed at a Time
Two Maine woman are doing their part in taking care of our planet and they are doing it with seaweed.
Lets Go Ghost Hunting at The York Witch Grave in Maine
Ghost hunting is an activity I have always wanted to take part in and for my first hunt, the York Witch Grave is the perfect spot to start!
Puppy Love: Maine Woman Travels Through 8 States to Bring Home This Adorable Dog
A local Maine woman will stop at nothing to find the dog of her dreams and that includes taking a day long road trip, travelling through 8 states for a total of 16 hours just to meet Winston!
Have You Ever Seen a Maine Tick Lay Eggs? It’s Terrifyingly Gross
Here are some fun facts about Ticks this time of year in Maine and what they do, photos to prove that lady ticks can lay thousands of eggs at once.
Want a Real Christmas Tree? These 5 Maine Farms Have You Covered
If you're yearning for the smell of pine as you walk into your house, then it's time to pick out your Christmas Tree! These 5 Maine farms have got you covered!
Here Are 20 Maine-Themed Costumes to Get You in the Halloween Spirit
It's time to show off your Maine pride this spooky season, and there's nothing quite like the great Pine Tree State.