I did my first radio commercial when I was five years old! Unfortunately it was for Dulcolax! In High School I sustained a life threatening groin injury while performing a triple, scissor split with an upside down twerk in gym class! After a year of “icing it down” I decided radio was much safer. Little did I know that many broadcasters die from groin injuries. You want answers? YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!!! Many of you have grown up listening to me. Not sure what that says about YOUR childhood ? I have been voted best radio host 3 times in the Poughkeepsie Journal, once in the Times Herald Record and 14 times in Hudson Valley Magazine. I didn’t sleep with anyone to win! Sadly- nobody asked OK the webguy says times up. I’m on Mix 977 in the morning! Would it kill ya to listen?
Hudson Valley Woman’s $20M KFC Lawsuit Dismissed
The Dutchess County woman who filed a $20 million lawsuit against Kentucky Fried Chicken for false advertising will not get a dime. The case has been dismissed.
Proposal Could Wipe Out Filmmaking in Hudson Valley
A proposal to take away the film tax credit in New York State could ruin the movie making business here in the Hudson Valley.
Bomb Sniffing Dogs Get Trained Here in the Hudson Valley
Monday's terrorist attack in New York has brought a need for more explosive detection in the subway system. Bomb sniffing dogs trained right here in the Mid Hudson Valley are now working overtime in the city.
Kingston Waves Late Fees on Parking Tickets With a Tasty Twist
The City of Kingston is doing something nice for the Holidays by waiving late fees on parking tickets. In exchange they are looking for you to do something nice in return.
Red Hook High Will Build a $10 Million Auditorium
Red Hook Central Schools took a big step the other day and residents approved building a new auditorium at the High School.
When They Built the Massive Da Vinci Horse In Beacon
If you lived in the Hudson Valley in the mid 90's, you might remember one of the biggest art projects our area has ever seen. The Da Vinci horse was built at Tallix in Beacon.
How a Puppy from Kingston Wound Up in a Coyote Pack
An American Bulldog from Kingston spent a couple of years living with a pack of coyote, but now he is up for adoption.
Newburgh Habitat Home Made Using Wood from Famous Tree
Juan Guevera and Viridiana Perez of Newburgh will be moving into their new home soon and it's built with wood from the 2016 Rockefeller Christmas Tree.
Fake $100 Bill Passed at Dunkin Donuts in Pleasant Valley
State Police are on the lookout for a couple of guys who passed phony money at the Dunkin Donuts in Pleasant Valley.
City of Poughkeepsie Wants to Know What You Think About It
The City of Poughkeepsie has put out a short survey to see what you really think about it. The information will help shape the city's branding in 2018.