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.
Here’s An Update On Bear The Dog’s Status
He was scheduled to be euthanized earlier this week. The story was shared several hundred times and now everyone wants to know where Bear the dog ended up.
WATCH: Married Couple Won’t Tip Gay Waitress, Patrons Attack
What would you do if you saw a husband and wife scolding a waitress because she was married to another woman? Would you pretend it never happened and go on eating your food or would you jump in and battle for equality?
Community Clam Bake & BBQ to Benefit Local Fire Department
There's a clam bake happening right here in our own back yard and it's for a great cause. Here' your chance to help give back to local fire fighters here in the Hudson Valley.
Local Meadery Introduces New Release This Week
If you haven't hopped on the mead wagon here's your chance and you can support a local business at the same time.
Why It’s Perfectly Acceptable to Use a Gift Card On a First Date
Is it okay to use a gift card on a first dinner date? It absolutely is and here's why.
An Object That You Leave In Your Car Daily Could Start a Fire
It's crazy to think about but there is an object sitting inside our car almost everyday that could cause the whole thing to go up in flames? No, it's not gasoline.
Lyft is Offering Free Rides For Cancer Patients to Treatments
Last year, Lyft did a promotion where they offered free rides to people who had a little too much to drink. Now, Lyft is giving back in a whole new way.
Learn Lyme Disease Prevention in The Hudson Valley
The Pleasant Valley Library is holding a session to help inform community members about myths behind Lyme's Disease and prevention. The event will be hosted by Dr. Alison Kaufman, a health advisor for the CDC.
Here’s How Domino’s Pizza Wants To Fix Hudson Valley Potholes
Do you have horrible potholes on your street or on your commute? Have no fear because one of America's favorite pizza chains could help out where New York State is lacking.
New Bill Could Allow Teachers To Remove Guns From Homes
In an effort to keep schools and staff members safe, Governor Cuomo introduced the 'Red Flag' bill this week that could allow certain community members to lobby to have guns removed from law abiding citizens homes.