My name is Kadie Daye, and I spent most of my life in a place called "The Region," and if you've never heard of that, I get it. After all, it's in Northwest Indiana. After graduating with my bachelor's degree in Broadcasting and Marketing in May 2021, I moved to Buffalo, NY and all I brought with me is a few tubs of clothes and a mattress. Oh! And my cassette player and turn table. I couldn't forget those. In college, I played soccer, but I found a new love of running, and I ended up joining the track and cross country teams. Now I run all the time, every day -- FOR FUN! :) Do you root for the Knicks in Buffalo? I'm a big basketball fan more so than football, so I'll agree to go to a few Bills games so long as you don't mind me cheering for the Chicago Bulls. When I'm not on the radio, you might find me listening to it, on a run trying not to get lost around town, or searching for my next vegetarian-friendly diner (I think they are often overlooked gems in a community). I heard winters are snowy here, which is lucky for me because I like to ski, sled, and ice skate.
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