Susan is a native New Yorker whose been heard on the radio in the New York area since 1986.
During her 10 years at WFAS-FM in White Plains, Susan served as both Program and Music Director, as well as Midday and Evening (Love Songs) Host. She was a weekend personality at K-JOY 98.3 on Long Island for six years, and worked as a freelance news anchor for WNEW-FM and CD 101.9. She also served as the voice of a daily Family News feature broadcast over the ABC Radio Network, and has been anchoring the news on 1010 WINS since 1999.
As an actress, Susan has appeared in New York productions including How To Go Out On A Date In Queens at both the 78th Street Theatre Lab and Don’t Tell Mama, Super Eros with the Wild At Last Theatre Company, And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little at the Impact Theater, Earth And Sky at the Pelican Studio Theatre, Music as part of the New Perspectives Theatre Company Playwrights Workshop and Picnic and Our Town at the Riant Theatre.
Susan has also appeared numerous staged readings, including Pierre & Marie, The Rats, Thread of Life, The Physicists, and Background with Break A Leg Productions, as well as Tales From An Urban Burb and On The Hills Of Black America with New Perspectives.
Susan is the author of One Clear Voice, A Journey In Poetry which is available from Xlibris Publishing.
For more about Susan Richard visit her Web site at http://www.susanrichard.com.
A cat named Juno not only gave birth — and fostered an orphaned kitten from Animal Care & Control of New York, but she and her brood ended up being filmed for the Animal Planet show “Too Cute”.
It’s free and open to the public, and runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. weather permitting at the Naumberg Bandshell.
New York (CBSNewYork) The Humane Society of the United States estimates that each year, more than 3.4 million animals lose their lives in shelters across the country, without ever finding a loving home. On Thursday, [...]
Nearly 300 animals will be available for adoption from about fifty Alliance Partcipating Organizations.
The stadium’s bleacher section — renamed “The BOW-WOW Zone” for the night — will be reserved for those who bring their pooches to the game in which the Cyclones takes on the Tri-City Valley Cats.
They’re The Real House Cats of New York City, and they’re available for adoption at AC&C, at a reduced fee this weekend!
Animal Care And Control Of NY Launches Revamped Adoption Program To Attract More Of New York’s “Kindest”
Animal Care and Control of New York on Saturday will mark the launch of an overhauled adoption program with “Petacular” events at its three shelters.
New York (CBSNewYork) The Mayor’s Alliance For New York City’s Animals has teamed with the Maddie’s Fund to participate in what’s being billed as the biggest free pet adoption event in America. On both Saturday, [...]
New York (CBSNewYork) He trained the very first dog for the role of Sandy in the original Broadway production of Annie more than 35 years ago. Ever since, animal trainer Bill Berloni has been making [...]
It was one of those moments that I usually meet with a series of four letter doozies, but this time, I reacted to the giant grey blob on my couch (which was forming a giant stain) with a resounding “Yes!”.
New York (CBSNewYork) It’s been nearly a year since the Wild Bird Fund opened New York City’s only center for wildlife rehabilitation, located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. “Once those doors opened, more and more people came”, co-founder Rita [...]
New York (CBSNewYork) This is no dog house. According to the Mayor’s Alliance for New York City’s Animals, there are as many as a million homeless animals living on the streets of New York, most [...]
The ASPCA and the Mayor’s Alliance for New York City’s Animals are looking to rally their troops over the New Year’s holiday to help pets displaced by the superstorm.
The ASPCA recommends non-toxic decorations such as wood, fabric or even pine cones.
Central Park goes to the dogs on Saturday as the Central Park Conservancy hosts the 10th annual My Dog Loves Central Park Country Fair.