Nick Kessler grew up in Michigan and got his start working in radio at a classic rock station out of Detroit. From there he landed his first on air gig at WRIF's HD2 station RIFF2. Shortly thereafter he started mornings in Ann Arbor for the famous W4 Country. Nick recently moved to the Hudson Valley but loves what the entire region has to offer. His two cats, Patti and Boo Boo always cause him to be the subject of ridicule but he couldn't be more proud of them. He likes short walks to Stewart's for a burger and always enjoys a good pun.
How These Cookies Help Kids in the Hudson Valley
These thin blue line cookies are going to offered for a limited time and buying them will help benefit kids right here in the Hudson Valley.
Is There Such a Thing as a 30-Life Crisis?
We've all heard of mid-life crisis. but can you really go through a crisis at 30? Is this real or do millennials just need one more thing to complain about.
NY Ranks 2nd Best State for Celebrating Valentines Day
We're number two! We're number two!
Would You Have A Dunkin’ Themed Wedding?
America runs on Dunkin' and so could your big wedding day. I guess if you're tired of conventional wedding cake this will be perfect for you.
The Meaning Behind National Shower with a Friend Day
Today is a day to celebrate saving time and water. You can shower with a friend today without it being awkward. No promises on it not being weird tomorrow though.
Hudson Valley EMS Seeks Assistance For Doughnut Spill
If they're looking for volunteers they know where to find me.
Shinedown: From WRRV Sessions to the Super Bowl
Did you catch Shinedown's new tune during the Super Bowl?
New York Ranks High Among Best States For Single People
Looking to find a sweetheart this month? Statistics say it is way better to play the field in New York.
You Voted & This is The Hudson Valley’s Favorite Mustache
Does it get any more American than Tom Selleck's mustache? I think not.
Should The Day After Super Bowl Sunday Be a Holiday?
Most of us will be looking for any kind of justification to get the day off.