Nick Kessler grew up in Michigan and got his start working in radio at a classic rock station out of Detroit. From there he landed his first on air gig at WRIF's HD2 station RIFF2. Shortly thereafter he started mornings in Ann Arbor for the famous W4 Country. Nick recently moved to the Hudson Valley but loves what the entire region has to offer. His two cats, Patti and Boo Boo always cause him to be the subject of ridicule but he couldn't be more proud of them. He likes short walks to Stewart's for a burger and always enjoys a good pun.
Hopewell Hot Bagels is Giving Free Water to Residents
Need water? Hopewell Hot Bagels is giving away 2 gallons of water per vehicle until supplies last.
Adams Has Pre-Packaged Meals To Go
If you love food from Adam's then you'll be happy to know they're still making meals for the Hudson Valley.
Vote for Newburgh Tattoo Artist to Be on Cover of Inked
As you know it may not be the easiest time for a tattoo artist. Your quick and daily vote could make a local tattoo artist be on the cover of Inked Magazine.
Sewing Lovers of NY Needed to Make Medical Masks
Anyone who has sewing skills is being called upon to make masks for medical professionals and personal use.
Hudson Valley Stores + Services With Online Ordering
Many small businesses are still functioning and are capable of selling their products while you're social distancing and could use your support.
Three K&D Deli Locations Offering Free Lunches For Kids
The popular K&D Deli is supplying lunches to help aid children who are out of school.
Cuomo Announces NY State Park Fees to Be Waived
With many residents of New York social distancing the state government has decided to waive park fees temporarily.
Marist Announces Switch to Online Courses For Spring Semester
Marist College has announced that it will be now offering courses exclusively online for the remainder of the spring semester.
Mamma Musettis Offering Free Bag Lunches to Kids
The deli in downtown Wappingers is doing what they can to help make sure kids get a nutritious meal for the next two weeks.
‘Vintage’ Plastic Bags For Sale on Local FB Marketplace
Have plastic bags become antiques already?