Allison Kay is a Radio Host and Content Creator at Townsquare Media. She is a Hudson Valley native who has happily spent more than 7 years on local airwaves. Nothing makes her feel more alive than being behind the mic and entertaining her social media followers. She loves playing her listeners’ favorite songs and chatting about entertainment news, cats, and crystals. Allison’s articles bring light to the Hudson Valley’s hidden gems, unknown historic sites, and new businesses. Off-air, Allison enjoys traveling, exploring local nature areas, and spending time with friends and family. Listen to Allison on the airwaves and connect with her through the app!
Stewart’s Shops Re-Releases Seasonal Ice Cream Flavor With Upstate New York College
This new ice cream flavor was released into Stewart's Shops on February 5, 2024.
The Most Unexpected Place You Should Visit In New York State Smells Like Onions
What's that smell? It could possibly be a Hudson Valley town that truly smells like onions.
New Roastery Revs Up Drive Thru Business in Kingston, NY
Did you know that this address was the home to a previous business ? This auto shop is now permanently closed.
United States Postal Service Plans To Cut Billions In Costs For 2024
How will these cuts with USPS involve your mail, stamps or deliveries?
Game Changing New Feature Coming To Bethel Woods
Beginning May of 2024, guests will be able to experience this new feature.
Why Some Residents Want To Rename The Hamlet Of Wallkill, NY
Would you also suggest renaming this Hudson Valley hamlet?
Popular West Coast Themed Food Truck Opens Permanent Hudson Valley Home
They have extended hours and menu options now.
Bethel Woods Now Offering Winter Wellness, Self-Care Classes
Bethel Woods explained that they are offering diverse, health and wellness classes.
How Is This National Dairy Company Related To The Hudson Valley?
This popular dairy brand once helped shape Ulster County, NY. It can also still be purchased in stores.
How Many of Kingston, NY’s Top 5 Attractions Have You Seen?
Those who visit now may be shocked at the extensive amount of history that surrounds this area.