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.
Kingston Waterfront’s Most Popular Festival Is Back for 2021
There will be plenty of fun activities and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy including children’s activities, delicious food and craft vendors, a spaghetti-eating contest and street performers.
Beacon Man’s Artwork to Be Featured in Popular Magazine
It’s pretty cool when someone you know can brag that they have something being published in a popular national magazine.
Celebrate the Season With a Spooky Hudson Valley Cemetery Crawl
The Hudson Valley holds a lot of history in its old cemeteries, and this is the perfect chance to explore them.
Popular Pierogi Company Opening a Hudson Valley Location
Pierogi have come a long way since I was a kid, and they’re anything but boring.
Wildly Popular Dutchess County 2nd Fridays Extended Into Fall
Second Fridays turned out to be so popular that they are being extended into the fall.
5 Fun Festivals this Weekend in Dutchess County
If you’re in or around the Dutchess County area this weekend, there are a few fun festivals you’ll definitely want to check out.
Spectacular Local Makers and Farmers Market Coming to the Walkway
This is going to be a huge, but socially distanced event that the whole Hudson Valley will be able to enjoy
Memorial Concert for Beloved Hudson Valley Musician Postponed Due to Covid
It’s going to be a memorial and a celebration of the life of one of the most talented, kindest, and well loved musicians to ever grace the Hudson Valley.
Final Saugerties Food Truck Festival Is Going to Be Epic
This week’s festival is going to be even bigger and better as we bid adieu to the warm lazy days of summer.
A Open Letter to a Hudson Valley Restaurant that I Used to Love
Don’t be hurt, but please try to learn from it. Some things we can’t control, but quality is something we can.