From the moment I saw the cover of "Destroyer" by KISS I was hooked! I made the decision to get into Rock radio and that is where I have spent the past three decades, on the radio talking about the bands we love and sharing stories from the studios to the shows. I have gone from growing up in a small town in Connecticut to interviewing Jimmy Page, Ozzy, Eddie Van Halen, Steven Tyler, and countless others. Times change but the music and the memories that come with them live on and I look forward to sharing the stories with you on Q 105.7, the Capital Region's Classic Rock Station.
New York Reservoir Wipes Out Entire Town
Well, when the city of Manhattan is growing so fast that they need more water, the state invokes their "rights" and literally takes a town away from the 3000 people that lived there. That town was called Bittersweet and today it lies under 175 feet of water known as the Neversink Reservoir…
Celebrate Easter Riding The Rails In Utica and Kingston
Your kids and even grandkids will think you are "eggcellent" when you take your Easter celebrations up a notch with the Easter Bunny Express in Kingston or Utica. It actually looks like a lot of fun for the family as you get on a decorated train with the Easter Bunny and ride the rails.
Upstate NY Actor Is A Savage On NBC’s “Young Rock”
For a Hudson Valley guy, pretending to be a famous celebrity is actually his job and he just landed a "flying elbow drop" on a new role! Syracuse.com reports that Poughkeepsie native, Kevin Makely, plays Randy “Macho Man” Savage on NBC’s “Young Rock.”!
Trump’s 757 Parked At New York Airport – Take A Look Inside
According to CNN, Trump's personal Boeing 757 currently sits idle on an airport ramp in Orange County, New York. One engine is missing parts. The other is shrink-wrapped in plastic. The cost to fix and get it flyable could reach well into the high six-figures, a price-tag Trump doesn't app…
13 Dead Seagulls at Albany, NY Hannaford Lead Police to Investigate
Someone was flying through the Hannaford parking lot in Albany and allegedly drove through a flock of seagulls, leaving 13 of the birds dead.
Your Phone Is Gross, Sanitize It At Albany Intl. Airport
Quarantine! Wear a mask! Take a test! Get vaccinated! All of these are steps intended to keep us healthy and avoid the coronavirus. Now it's time to protect us from our phones! Albany International Airport has begun testing UV-C Light smartphone sanitizing equipment that you can use while you v…
Who Is Harrison The “Halfmoon Hero”?
The "Halfmoon Hero" is 5 year old Harrison Keenan and for Harrison, no cape is needed as long as he has his shovel so he can help mom, dad and neighbors by shoveling snow for them.
Many Waking Up Without Power In Capital Region
As of 11:30pm Monday the National Grid site reported 10,000 customers without power in Albany County and a total of 25,400 affected.
New York Drops Quarantine Requirements For Those Vaccinated
New York has dropped the requirement to quarantine following exposure to COVID if the person has been fully vaccinated. This policy applies to everyone who received their second dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
Cuomo Gives Go Ahead For Fans At Concerts & Sporting Events
On Monday, Governor Cuomo announced that New York City's indoor dining establishments could reopen starting February 12, at 25% capacity. Today the Governor announced that sports arenas and stadiums with a capacity of 10,000 or more can reopen as early as February 23rd.
Amazon 4-star Opens at Crossgates Mall
Why would Amazon open a physical store? Amazon's Director of Physical Stores, Drew Sheriff tells Times Union, "People love the opportunity to feel and touch products." The Wall Street Journal reported in 2019 on the flip from being a threat to malls to possibly saving them by being a …
COVID-19 Bill to Bring Relief to the Capital Region
Many of the details and plans have yet to be revealed but it appears as though Congress has reached an agreement on a COVID-19 relief bill. This news should give some comfort to those that find themselves unemployed due to the pandemic but is it enough?