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.
My Best Advice is Put Down the Bottle (of Perfume)
I’m not saying you shouldn’t wear your favorite scent, I’m only suggesting that maybe you should wear less of it.
A Piece of History Hidden in Plain Sight at Dutchess County Brewery
You may have noticed a figure that is very familiar to those of us that grew up in the 1960s and 1970s.
3 Pawesomely Fun Events to Help Hudson Valley Shelter Animals
Wouldn’t it be cool if we could combine our love of animals and parties? Well, I’ve got great news.
Is Your Hudson Valley Home Movie Worthy?
How about your home? Have you always wanted to see it on the big screen? This could be your chance.
The Best Hudson Valley Flea Markets to Hit Before the Season Ends
There's only a month and change left to the flea market season, so we’ve got to out there now.
Grammy Winning Rock Band Working on New Project in the Hudson Valley
Their combination of incredible musical talent and a great sense of humor adds up to some really fun rock and roll.
Fantastic 4 Day Fall Festival in Sullivan County
It really is a glorious time to celebrate the harvest and the season. The hardest part is trying to decide which of the many festivals to attend.
Iconic Woodstock Restaurant Leaving After More Than 4 Decades
That’s an amazing length of time for one restaurant. And it’s been loved for all that time, too.
Poughkeepsie’s Free Concert Series on the Hudson
It’s a beautiful spot, and I can’t think of a better way to spend a fall afternoon. Great views, close friends and family, and great music.
Is This Dangerous Driving Trend a Hudson Valley Thing?
Over the years I’ve noticed this weird driving trend that may actually be exclusive to the Hudson Valley.