I was born in Binghamton and I have been extremely blessed to have had a history with this community as a broadcaster for over 30 years. The love affair (radio) started in the 80’s and is still going today. I have been a morning man, program director, public affairs director and even a news reporter at various stations. My introduction to radio broadcasting started as an intern at WAAL in the early 80’s, I have been blessed with a colorful and eclectic career that includes all genres of music. I have hosted several morning shows, but this this is my very first talk show. I am truly honored to be a part of News Radio 1290 WNBF and I hope you will join me weekdays mornings for First News Binghamton.
BINGHAMTON FLASHBACK: Grand Way Store In The State Street Plaza
I grew up in Binghamton, and in 1973 we moved from the East Side to the North Side, although not much of stretch it put me closer to the Binghamton Plaza on West State Street.
BINGHAMTON FLASHBACK: Henry’s Hamburgers
Remember the days of 15 cent Hamburgers, those delicious 10 cent French Fries and Creamy Milkshakes.
Broome County Holding ‘Passport Fair’, Why You Should Get Yours
Passports are becoming an important legal document for many reasons and even if you have no plans to travel abroad in the near future, this valuable document serves many purposes.
Ponies Pitchers Combine for a No Hitter in Reading
The Binghamton Rumble Ponies kicked off a six game road series in Reading last night with a much-needed win, but the big story was a no hitter from the pitching staff.
Flashback-The Strand Movie Theater
One of my earliest memories of going to the movies was the movie theater in downtown Binghamton called The Strand, today we flashback to the movies and memories surrounding this nostalgic theater.
Binghamton Black Bears Announce First Head Coach
The Binghamton Black Bears New Hockey Team are putting the pieces together for their first season at the Vision Federal Credit Union Memorial Arena.
Boeheim’s ARMY Returns With New Talented Lineup
Boeheim’s ARMY will return to the Basketball tournament that it has participated in for past seven years with a new roster and help from local businessman Adam Weitsman.
Cornell Launches New Program To Help NY Craft Breweries
Cornell is helping the craft beer industry with a new program designed to help develop hops in New York State.
Binghamton Flashback: When The Arena Was Built & Biggest Concert Memories [GALLERY]
The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena holds historic memories of some of the greatest entertainment treasures on this planet.
Broome County Will Allow Youths to Hunt Deer with Firearms
Each year New York residents participating in deer hunting and other game across the state, and this year Broome County will allow 12 and 13 years olds the opportunity to hunt Deer.