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.
Award Winning Celebrity Chef Doing a Pop-Up in Woodstock
He became a Chopped champion and he beat Bobby Flay on the show Beat Bobby Flay.
George Carlin’s Brother Patrick, Comedian & Woodstock Resident, Dies at 90
I just knew that he was a smart and funny guy who’s last name happened to be Carlin. I never even thought of George.
The Poughkeepsie Cannibalism and Murder Case Nobody Talks About
Albert Fentress was the center of one of the most disturbing and gruesome murder cases in the history of New York's Hudson Valley.
Experts Say New Yorkers Could See a Turkey Shortage this Thanksgiving
I realize the importance of having one on your Thanksgiving table. That just may be a problem this year, especially if you’re planning a smaller Thanksgiving celebration.
Do New York Drivers Have to Use a Signal in a Turning Only Lane?
As we pulled into the plaza, we were followed by a police car, lights and sirens on. Uh-oh. What the heck did we do wrong?