Radio host and interpretive dancer. Born and raised on the playground is where I spent most of my days. I was drawn to radio by a love of music and the inability to play an instrument. I love music festivals, drum solos and grilled cheese sandwiches made with only the finest cheeses. I detest close talkers, polka music and burnt grilled cheese sandwiches regardless of cheese quality. I follow the Chicago Bears, Boston Red Sox, and Golden State Warriors and have developed a new found passion for dodgeball. My three favorite things about working in radio are the artist interviews, backstage passes, and free pizza. Thank you for reading this far, I wasn't expecting that.
Will The Dirty Dancing Sequel Actually Film In the Catskills?
33 years after the original film was released, an official sequel to Dirty Dancing has been announced. The question that immediately comes to mind, how can they do a sequel without Patrick Swayze?
Cornell Updates New Yorkers On Mysterious Seed Package Deliveries
Random deliveries of seeds apparently from China have sparked the curiosity of a number of New Yorkers.
New York Renaissance Faire Announces 2020 Cancellation
The New York Renaissance Faire held annually in Tuxedo New York will not take place this year as a result of the pandemic.
Bethel Woods Cancels 2020 Pavilion Season Due To Pandemic
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to the cancellation of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Pavilion Season for 2020.
New York State Police Announce Impaired Driving Crackdown
Don't drink and drive this Memorial Day Weekend (or ever).
New York State Thruway Approves $450 Million Rest Stop Upgrades
A massive overhaul of each of the New York State Thruway's 27 service areas will get underway after the $450 million project was approved.
35 New York Counties To Resume Elective Outpatient Treatments
Several Hudson Valley counties were given the approval to resume elective outpatient medical procedures Wednesday while more progress needs to be made in other areas to get the same clearance.
New York River Named ‘River Of The Year’
A 400-mile New York waterway that begins in the Catskill Mountains has been named 'River of the Year' for 2020 by American Rivers.
New York State To Freeze Some Student, Medical Debt Payments
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office has announced the temporary halt of collection of medical and student debt owed to New York State.
Four Things To Know About New York’s New Car Seat Laws
New laws go into effect soon that will affect parents that drive with young children in their car.