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.
The Hudson Valley’s Most Dillicious Festival Returns this Weekend
It was touch and go for a while this year, but when the chips were down, the community and the organizers came through.
5 Amazing Sandwiches Available in Dutchess County
I have personally tried all of these sandwiches, and I highly recommend each and every one of them.
For 2 Fun Fall Festivals this Weekend, Head to the Catskills
If you feel like taking an awesome autumn drive to the Catskills this weekend, there are two huge festivals happening.
I’m Apolitical, but I Don’t Love New York’s Bail Reform
I believe what I believe and it has nothing to do with right or left.
In Demand: Kingston Eatery Opening 2nd Location in New Paltz
Jeremy loved the Hudson Valley so much that he moved here permanently to pursue his dreams.
Popular Ulster County Bakery Cafe Reopens with New Menu & Hours
It turns out they were training a new staff and revamping the menu to be able to serve their customers better.
The Hudson Valley’s 9 Favorite Comfort Foods
I love coming in from the cold to the aroma of something cooking in the Crock Pot and the anticipation of eating it.
Two Big Festivals in One Weekend in Kingston
Both of these festivals have become traditions in Kingston, and it’s going to be awesome to have them happening at the same time.
Something Mysterious is Happening to Poughkeepsie’s Trees
What about those mysterious items showing up in trees around Poughkeepsie?
Annual Cider Tasting Festival at Historic Poughkeepsie Mill
Behind-the-scenes mill tours, children’s activities, including farm animal guests by Cedar Crest Farms, and a demonstration of cider pressing with an antique press.