WGNA Morning Show Co-host for 23 years. Former high school Social Studies teacher who traded blackboard for a keyboard. Has been resident rhymer ever since. Co-recipient of 2000 CMA Award for Best Morning Show and NYS Broadcasters Awards for same. Two time winner of New York State Broadcasters Award for "Reading, Writing, and Rhyming" school program.
Pulminary Hypertension Discussion with Rino Aldrighetti -Capital Region Sunday
The great thing about doing the Capital Region Sunday show is that you get to cover a wide range of occupations and subject areas. In some cases the information can be life saving. Here is a case in point. Do you know someone with pulmonary hypertension? They might have it without knowing it! Ta…
Convoy For Tots Victory Mills With Brandon Smith – Capital Region Sunday [VIDEO]
It's amazing to see people all over this area who do things and get such little recognition from the media. Well, we're about to change that. Meet Brandon Smith. I had the chance to meet him on this edition of Capital Region Sunday.
The American Cancer Society’s CAN Network With Julie Hart – Capital Region Sunday
If you or someone you know has had any dealings with cancer in any way, you owe it to yourself to give this a listen. This was an interview with Julie Hart, the NYS Government Relations Director For the ACS CAN Network. All of the audio can be found below
Pine Hills Students in Albany Create ‘The Leadership Rap’ -Reading, Writing and Rhyming [A…
Great class! Really inventive minds! I felt like I didn't do a thing - they whipped this one up in no time flat. That's because these third graders from Mrs. Lynch's class are great leaders. They are so great, in fact - they wrote a song about it!
Shocking Number Of Clifton Knolls Burglaries Reported In Clifton Park
I REALLY hate reporting this, but it looks like there have been a whole boat load of Clifton Park burglaries (in broad daylight!)
They Even Have Gluten Free Beer At Saratoga Beer Week
Are you picky about what kind of beer resides in your glass? Would you believe an event with over 150 types of "brewskis"? Read on!