What's up! I'm Val and i'm excited to be back and working at WRRV after quite a few years. I was on the air at WRRV from 2005-2011 and then moved to New England for work. I moved back to the Hudson Valley in March of 2018 and i'm stoked to be able to be back at WRRV hanging with you weekdays from 10-3, especially during the '90's at noon! Pearl Jam and Coldplay are my absolute favorites, but these days I seem to get outvoted by my toddler who prefers Imagine Dragons and Panic! At The Disco!
Corona Condiment Challenge – Who’s With Me?
What better time than now to go through your fridge, tossing out the old and expired stuff in there that might look like a science experiment - join in on the #coronacondimentchallenge fun!
Big Lots Offering Curbside Pickup
Big Lots is now on the list of stores that has added curbside pickup to allow consumers to get the items and necessities they need safely.
National Day of Unplugging – You In?
Do you have it in you to unplug on Friday 3/6? How long do you think you can last?
Add A Little Color To Your Next Movie Night
Cotton candy flavored microwave popcorn that pops blue and comes with llama themed games and tattoos in the box - that's my kind of movie night!
This Ultimate ’90’s Sleepover Game is Making a Comeback
Ultimate '90's teenage girl sleepover starter kit: gushers, dunkaroos, squeezeit drinks and the board game of ALL board games - Mall Madness.
Spoil Your Valentine The Cheddar-Bay-Way
I don't think you'd be hearing "hey, wait, i've got a new complaint" after gifting this type of heart shaped box for Valentine's Day....
Imagine Living In A Place Where Falling Iguanas Is A Thing
Cold temps in Florida have caused for some interesting warnings about what you might see falling from trees.
Adventures in Homeownership: Val vs. Mice
Did you know the mice in Wappingers Falls really like peanut butter M&Ms?
New Year, New Job?
Looking to make a career change in 2020? Think about taking these small steps to get started!
NY’ers Spend An Average of $2800 Yearly On Post Work Drinks
Are you more surprised about the amount NY'ers spend on post-work drinks with colleagues, or the fact that so many people spend time with their coworkers outside of work?