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
Newer and bigger is better, right? Well, not if you ask people in one Long Island town.
More than 135 oral histories will be part of the collection, made possible by Rep. Steve Israel and Rep. Peter King.
PGA officials say that discussions about a championship coming this way are impressive.
Susan Massoni always knew there was something special about her niece Ashley and the game of softball.
More and more fake Chinese-made driver’s licenses are ending up in the hands of underage New Yorkers.
Many of the youngest children of 9/11 victims feel anxiety, worry about losing their surviving parent, and are now at an age where they’re asking questions.
Suffolk County is installing steel cable barriers on two of its highway medians in an effort to prevent deadly crossover crashes.
The Young Men’s Initiative is a bold new program that overhauls how government interacts with young black and Latino men.
Apparently the bird grew tired of the high-class digs this morning. It leaped from the ledge where it had been perched, and flew back to the zoo.
George Maragos says he supports development of the county hub, but he’s not ready to endorse the $400 million sports and entertainment complex proposal going to a referendum – at least, not yet.
Health officials in Nassau County are warning residents to boil water before using after the dangerous bacteria E-coli was found in the water supply.
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At the Edgewood Preserve in Deer Park there are long stretches of scorched, brittle ground and blackened leafless trees where firefighters battled a brush blaze on Monday.
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Those in the summer fun business on Long Island are feeling pretty good these days.