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.
The world’s most famous feline was back in the Big Apple today, and it was awful.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s a sad reality all over the country: thousands of healthy and treatable animals are being euthanized in shelters each day for lack of resources, including space, funding for medical care […]
This weekend, thousands of animals will be available for free to qualified adopters from more than 90 New York City area rescue groups and shelters.
Dr. Oz, two time Emmy Award winning host of The Dr. Oz show and Vice-Chair and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University, is part of a sold out 1010 WINS event at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square. Some of his topics: weight loss, sleep issues, anti-aging, and how to motivate change within yourself.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Hearing that a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer can be devastating, and the same is true for our four-legged family members. For many pets, such a diagnosis can be a […]
by Susan Richard New York (CBSNewYork) An owner dies, goes into a nursing home, or gets evicted. A roommate is allergic, or someone has to move out of the country. There are many reasons why […]
The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals is teaming up with the Humane Society of New York to offer the first in a series of free spay/neuter clinics specifically for rabbits
It turns out, the recent rescue involving more than 20 cats left abandoned in an Upper West Side apartment is not yet over.
New York (CBS New York) As the Broncos and Seahawks take the field at Metlife Stadium, some local four legged stars will wow TV viewers on Animal Planet. For the second year in a row, […]
Fans can join the celebration for the whole week leading up to the big game at Discovery Times Square, located in the heart of New York’s Times Square on 44th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue.
New York (CBS New York) The fourth annual Architects For Animals: Giving Shelter event takes place on Thursday, January 30th at Manhattan’s Steelcase Showroom at 4 Columbus Circle. This fundraiser will benefit the Mayor’s Alliance […]
New York (CBSNewYork) Theatre in New York is going green. The 50 seat Spiral Theatre Studio, which opened in September on West 36th Street in Manhattan, is an eco-friendly theatre founded by actress and director […]
New York (CBSNewYork) New York City’s largest pet adoption event of the holiday season returns this weekend with “Whiskers in Wonderland”, presented by the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, in partnership with the Petco Foundation. […]
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.