I started my career in radio at the mighty WPDH back in 2005. I currently help you rock out on your way home each day from 2-6 pm. I play deep tracks with our Artist of the Week, I blow your mind with the Mystery Riff at 4:20, and play your request with "The Ride". I was born and raised in the Hudson Valley and grew up on WPDH. Some of my favorite bands are Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tom Petty, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray, and George Thorogood just to name a few. I'm a husband and a father of two beautiful little girls. In my free time, I really enjoy hiking, and basketball, and just exploring the beauty the Hudson Valley has to offer.
Fewer Black Bears Killed By New York Hunters in 2018
According to the bear harvest results from the DEC, the number of black bears taken in 2018, showed a 40 percent decline compared to 2017.
DEC to Host State Youth Archery Tournament
More than 600 students from 32 schools across New York will compete in the tournament.
Most Popular Hudson Valley Places To Take A Walk
The Hudson Valley is a beautiful place to live, and there are so many great places to go and explore. But, where are the most popular destinations people like to visit?
State Parks Saw a Record Number of Visitors in 2018
New York's state parks, historic sites, campgrounds, and trails welcomed a record-breaking number of visitors in 2018.
DEC Announces 2019-2020 Duck Season Dates
The DEC has announced the results of a two-year scientific study to determine optimal duck hunting seasons for the coming year.
Fish in New York Without a License
The first of several free fishing days in New York will take place this weekend.
Protected Trout Stream Disturbed to Fill Backyard Pond
According to the DEC, an Orange County woman was ticketed for attempting to dig multiple trenches from a protected stream to fill a backyard pond.
DEC Announces Opening of Spring Turkey Season
Spring turkey season will open on May 1 this year.
New York Hunters Took Over 200,000 Deer in 2016
The Department of Environmental Conservation reports that hunters in New York took over 200,000 deer in 2016.
New York Hunters Reporting More Deer in 2016 Than 2015
Hunters in New York are reporting more deer in 2016 than in 2015.