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Two Upstate Casinos to Cut Back On Slots
Two Upstate New York casinos are struggling.  As a result, they’re going to be cutting back on slot machines.
I’m not a gambler unless it’s the slot machines, so this caught my eye (just like the lights and sounds of slot machines do)...
Albany College Student Competes on Wheel of Fortune Tonight
An Albany area college student is competing on the Wheel of Fortune tonight!
I caught wind of this from a post by the Times Union, and of course now have to root for one of our own.  Logan Stone, competing tonight on the Wheel of Fortune, is a junior at the University at Albany...
Women In Radio Conference
Yesterday I attended an amazing event for women who are in radio and the media/entertainment industry. It was a beyond amazing event with such intelligent, ambitious and beautiful women from all over and all different backgrounds.
Over $100 Million Going to Fix New York Roads
A big chunk of change is going to be spent on New York roads.
$128 million to be more specific. Governor Cuomo announced the funding to help resurface New York roads, according to cbs 6 albany.  To me, this is definitely something that’s needed...
Drinking Wine Has Never Been Easier
If you are a wine drinker and always thought, "There has to be an easier and more convenient way to drink this", well look no further. Here are a few new products that will help you consume wine easier.
Local College Campuses Are Going Smoke-Free in 2019
While there's a push to make recreational marijuana legal in 2019, some local colleges are getting more strict and going completely smoke-free in the new year.
Cigarettes, vaping, marijuana, Ecigarettes, hookahs- doesn't matter if it's legal or not,  it's all not allowed on t…
DJ SHOW interviews Sean Paul
International Reggae/Dancehall superstar Sean Paul stops by Hot 99.1fm to chop it up with DJ SHOW about his new EP, Mad Love: The Prequel, him executive producing his new artist Chi-Ching's new album, Turning Tables, and how he's been able to stay on top of the game for over 20 years.

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