I came of age in the bustling metropolis of Richfield Springs, NY (pop: 1,300) before moving to Los Angeles in search of smog and crime. I spent six years there working as an assistant on various TV shows, including Family Guy and America's Funniest Home Videos, all while dabbling in standup and growing poorer. I returned to the area in 2014 to help my mother remove an air conditioner. I enjoy history, pro wrestling, and spicy foods, and I'm looking forward to getting weird with you every evening on WOUR.
5 Fashionable & Warm Winter Outfits for Your Hairless Cat
Ask any mad scientist, looks are everything to hairless cats.
The Sad But True Story of New York’s “Great Cat Massacre” of 1916
Dogs may be a man's best friend, but cats are a close second. That's what makes this story from 1916 particularly sad and horrifying.
Your Unopened Can of Grandma Brown’s Might Be Worth Some Serious Cash
It's official: Grandma Brown's has gone from "hard-to-find" to "collector's item."
Has Your Memory ‘Glazed’ Over This Retro Central New York Donut Shop?
Who remembers Dan-Dee Donuts? There were several locations 'sprinkled' throughout the Mohawk Valley.
The Kinderhook Blob Stalks the Woods near Albany, New York
Going back to the 1960s, there have been six different eyewitness accounts of what was described as a "floating, blob-like creature" in the woods of Kinderhook, New York.
The ‘Kinderhook Blob,’ One of Upstate NY’s Strangest Legends
Move over former President Martin Van Buren, you're not the only blob-like creature to come out of Kinderhook, New York!
Have You Heard the Tragic Tale of New York’s “Clawfoot People”?
It's a true tale that's stranger than fiction.
’80s Metal Powerhouses Bringing the ‘Noize’ to Upstate NY This Month
A band responsible for one of the heaviest-hitting rock anthems of the 1980s will be crashing Upstate New York later this month.
This Mysterious Mountain Not Far from CNY Has a Dark and Eerie History
Stories of unsolved disappearances, malicious spirits, and even a Bigfoot-like creature have surrounded Glastenbury Mountain for decades.
Einstein in the Adirondacks? Famous Physicist Frequented Saranac Lake
Einstein visited Saranac Lake often, and once almost drown.