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.
Will New York Adopt a Netflix Tax?
Will New York adopt and fee to subscribe to streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime?
Is This Really the Worst Job in America?
You may not love your job but do you absolutely loathe it? Probably not unless you have one the worst jobs in the country.
Upstate NY Has Been a Running Joke on The Simpsons
Bert Kreischer said something negative about our state's capital. What's the big deal? One of the most popular shows in television history has been poking fun for years
These Professions Have the Highest Alcohol Abuse Rates
Do you work in a profession that's so stressful that you may need a drink right after your shift is over?
This Popular Spring Flower Can Kill Your Cat with Just One Lick
These flowers are beautiful and very popular this time of year but they are also very poisonous to your house cat.
Many New York Adults Still Living With Their Parents
Is there a reason behind a lot of adults still living at home or is it just a failure to launch?
Almost 30% of Americans Are Experiencing Sexual Dry Spell Right Now
If you feel like your going through a little bit of a slump at least you're not alone.
The Viral ‘Car Alarm Challenge’ Hits Social Media
The internet is full of irresponsible and dangerous challenges. This one doesn't exactly put anyone in danger but it sure is dumb.
New York is Home to World’s Tallest Politician
Does New York have the world's tallest politician?
National Burrito Day: Why Does NY Hate Burritos So Much?
It's National Burrito Day but are people really celebrating? Do New Yorker's actually like burritos that much?