Radio is my DREAM COME TRUE! It’s never been just a job or profession, no, not for me. A childhood dream come true that literally rescued this inner-city boy from a struggling existance. It’s broadcasting that fuels my passion for life, providing me with daily thrills and challenges that most people don’t get in a lifetime. I most enjoy my work on those special ocassions when presented with the honor of showing my audience how a, so-called, average person is really not so average at all!
Hometown: Boston, MA
Family: Wife, two dogs and 10 brothers and sisters
Hobbies: Kayaking and antiques collecting
Dream Interview: Osama Bin Laden
Most Memorable Interview: Abbey Hoffman and Chase Going Woodhouse (who?)
Favorite Actor: Ian McShane
Favorite Author: Trevanian
Hofstra announced this week that the university has been chosen to host a town-hall style debate on October 16, 2012.
Over the past 15 years, there has been an on and off fight against a mammoth mall project on Long Island.
Nearly a thousand trees were badly damaged in Central Park by the storm.
Some protesters said they will try and get other generators to bring into the park, while others said they will look for different power sources, which may not be as safe as generators.
What’s a trash-toting subway commuter to do without a garbage can?
The candidates for Suffolk County Executive faced off at a breakfast gathering in Hauppauge this morning.
An overflow crowd was in attendance at a jobs fair in Garden City today. There were all ages, all backgrounds, all in search of the same thing – a job.
Some in the Greenlawn section of Huntington worry that a planned new neighborhood park would only serve as a problem hangout location.
Family and friends of a missing woman feared to be the victim of a possible serial killer met on a Long Island beach on Sunday for what would have been the woman’s 24th birthday.
Sagamore Hill, the 125-year-old Long Island home of late former President Theodore Roosevelt, is getting some much-needed fixing. It will be closed for three years.
Rep. Steve Israel of Long Island says that one way to slow the sale of made in China products here in America is to prevent them from being sold in our national parks.
Authorities say suspected door-to-door scam artists are likely casing homes and targeting people for robberies.
The roar of jumbo jets taking off and landing will be more common over Nassau County when new airport flight patterns kick in on Thursday.
Several thousand unionized Nassau County workers rallied outside the County Executive’s office in Mineola to protest his proposal to layoff hundreds of employees to balance the budget.
Red light traffic cameras in Nassau County have reduced traffic accidents an average of 12-to-16 percent at 40 intersections.