No matter which shift you find me on, no matter which CBS station…880 or FM, it’s always a pleasure to keep you up to date on the latest news, get you out of a traffic jam, or tell you what to expect in the way of weather.
All news radio is my heart and WCBS is home. No matter where I’ve gone, I’ve always wanted to come back. I’ve been here since 1991 with a couple of television stints in between.
Before I came to WCBS, I worked at what was then WNSR-FM and MIX 105 doing hourly news updates. My out-of-city training came at WGBB radio on Long Island and before that WHVW in Poughkeepsie, New York. But that’s history! As my college professor Jim Farley once said…this is the medium of the hear and now. Keep listening. We’ll keep you on top of everything you need to know.
Montgomery Place Orchards in Annandale-on-Hudson (that’s upstate near Red Hook) grows sixty varieties of antique apples, and this time of year, they like to see which ones bake up best.
Autumn has fallen upon us and nothing says fall more that a nice, crisp, tart apple.
We’re expecting a bright, sunny, crisp weekend. It’s the perfect weather for getting rid of your old junk, or shopping for someone else’s.
With the economy still in a sorry state, more out-of-work professionals are chasing their dreams and turning them into second careers.
At the 166th Dutchess County Fair the emphasis will be on the best home-baked pie, the cows and baby pigs.
The economy may be in dire straights, but there is one industry in New York that is growing by leaps and bounds.
This is not your typical college application process.
You can forget about finding a parking spot in the historic village of Rhinebeck on a weekend and good luck getting a 7 p.m. dinner reservation.