I've pretty much done nothing but radio, and I've been here at WPDH for a good part of my adult life. Many of those years were spent playing the music I've grown up with and loved forever on the midday show. At the end of 2012, I was asked to fill in on the morning shift for a couple of weeks, which sounded about as appealing as walking on hot coals. But, I loved it! And I've been doing it ever since. First with the great, late Mark Cooper, and now with self-proclaimed radio legend Boris. Working mornings lets me still play and hear the music, but I also get to interact with the listeners, which is one of the coolest parts of the job. That and the working with a radio legend thing.
Halloween at the Zoo
Parents are scrambling to find safe ways to celebrate Halloween with their kids. How about bringing them to a safe Halloween at the zoo?
Last Week of the Locust Grove Harvest Hunt
Locust Grove, once home to Samuel Morse, has 200 acres, several historic buildings, gardens and a bluff that overlooks the Hudson River.
Fall Festival in Orange County
There will be a lot of seasonal celebrating this weekend here in the Hudson Valley.
Meet the Animals of Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary rescues farmed animals and offers them care and sanctuary.
Meatballs for Everybody!
They’re doing it again, and there will be plenty of meatballs for everybody.
Celebrate Fall this Friday in Poughkeepsie
Celebrating is a good thing, as long as we’re doing it safely, and there is so much to celebrate this time of the year here in the Hudson Valley.
Build Your Own Book Nook
How would you like to build your very own book nook? Here’s your chance.
A Question for Restaurant Owners and Musicians
I remember when I was a young kid, we would go to a restaurant where they had the same guy playing the piano and singing every Friday night.
A Chance to Buy Local and Support Small Businesses
The coronavirus pandemic forced me out of big grocery and department stores and into small locally owned shops and boutiques.
It’s As Close to Being at Woodstock as You Can Get
The whole idea of all these people coming peacefully together for a weekend of music and art warms my soul.