Afternoon host and interpretive dancer. Born and raised on the playground is where I spent most of my days. Born in Hartford, drawn to the Hudson Valley by Marist College. Started a band and got a job at the radio station. Things I'm into: Festivals, drum solos and grilled cheese. Things I'm not into: Polka, close talkers and burnt grilled cheese. Favorite Music Festivals: Mountain Jam, Mazzstock and Bonnaroo. Sports teams: Bears, Red Sox, Golden State Warriors. My favorite parts of working at WRRV? Artist interviews, concerts, backstage passes and of course free pizza. Little known fact: While attending Marist College I rowed crew. For 3 days.
Hudson Valley Wing Wars West Postponed Until February 2
Hudson Valley Wing Wars, scheduled for this Saturday in Middletown has been postponed due to the incoming snow storm.
Tappen Zee Bridge Demolished With Explosives
Remnants of the Tappan Zee Bridge were demolished Tuesday morning after explosives dropped the more than 65-year-old bridge into the Hudson River.
Popular Hudson Valley Steakhouse To Re-Open This Spring
Joseph's Steakhouse in Hyde Park was gutted by a massive fire but plans have been revealed to reopen their doors this spring.
Orange County Water Park And Resort Could Become A Reality
A massive outdoor water park and resort could be coming to the Hudson Valley if plans come together.
Groggers Set To Re-Open Under New Management
The popular Groggers bar and restaurant closed unexpectedly Thanksgiving weekend but now comes word it will reopen under a new name and with new owners.
Hudson Valley Ice Cream Shop Sought For Movie
The Hudson Valley TV and movie business continues to heat up in the cool months of 2019.
Hudson Valley Company Rolls Out Campus Test Of New ‘Snackbot’
A Hudson Valley-based company has rolled out a test of their new 'snackbot' which could revolutionize the way food is delivered on college campuses and beyond.
Vogue Profiles The Two Sides Of New Paltz
A small Hudson Valley town has caught the attention of Vogue magazine.
Popular Hudson Valley Coffee Shop Set To Close
You still have a few days to enjoy a latte, but a popular coffee Hudson Valley coffee shop has announced their closure on January 2nd via Instagram.
New York Nunchuck Ban Declared Unconstitutional
Hudson Valley residents will soon be legally able to own nunchucks again after a federal judge ruled the New York ban unconstitutional.