Val started working at WRRV back in 2005, and after a short hiatus doing radio elsewhere, she has been back and hosting the midday show since 2018. Val loves to take a deep dive into all things alternative rock related, especially when it comes to the '90's and 2000s, hence her love for the WRRV Throwback at 12 (Monday - Saturday 12pm-1pm). Always down for a show, Val loves to catch her favorite bands (Shinedown, Pearl Jam, AJR, Coldplay) on tour, and is always up for experiencing new artists live. Val is a Hudson Valley native, and when she isn't at the radio station, is usually on some sort of adventure with her 8 year old daughter.
NYC’s Viral Drunk Yoga Coming to the Hudson Valley
Imagine taking your favorite yoga class and infusing it with the social ritual of a happy hour. This is Drunk Yoga aka The Uplift Experience.
Study Identifies NY’s Struggles in Comparison of Best & Worst States For Working Moms
Coming in first for quality of daycare, but dead last for affordability of said care, here's where NY stands when it comes to best and worst states for working moms.
Wait! Don’t Throw Out Your Bed Bath & Beyond Coupons Just Yet
Don't toss those 'big blue' coupons from Bed Bath & Beyond just yet, several retailers with some Hudson Valley locations will be accepting them for a limited time!
LEGOLAND Season Opens For 2023: What’s New For Full Year Number Two?
A waterpark to look forward to, being a certified autism center, and a master builder competition for little ones complete with reality show judges - this is all in store when LEGOLAND opens for the season March 31.
Wappingers Falls Food Network Chopped Champ Dishes Decorating Tips on Valentine’s Day
Crystal River Williams, one of the business owners of Norma's in Wappingers recently offered a cupcake decorating class, and now my 7-year-old can brag that she learned from a Chopped Champion.
Fun For All: LEGOLAND New York To Receive Autism Center Certification
On opening day, March 31st, LEGOLAND Goshen will receive Certified Autism Center distinction, meaning they have trained staff to ensure any visitors on the autism spectrum or with other sensory disorders have the best possible visit, and have the resources on site to provide the necessary accommodations.
Are You Nuts? Your Next Career Move Could Land You As Driver Of The Planters NUTmobile?
Move over weinermobile, there's a new oversized food product on the road that needs a driver, and this one requires you to be a bit of a nut....
Officials Warn of Price Gouging On Children’s Medication During Shortage
The NY Attorney General's Office is warning consumers to be aware of price gouging as sickness in children continues to surge and the demand for fever reducers and cough medications continues to rise.
Full Disclosure: New York State Employers Must Post Salary Ranges for Jobs & Promotions
New legislation was recently signed by Governor Hochul that will provide further transparency for New Yorkers when it comes to pay rates.
Expanded Access: SUNY Free Application Period Underway For 2023
If you're considering applying to a SUNY school now would be a great time as you can apply to up to 5 SUNY schools with the application fees waived through October 29th!
Infants’ Tylenol Settlement – Are You Owed Money?
Packaging concerns between Tylenol geared at infants vs. children have prompted a lawsuit, and maybe a small payout for those who purchased the products between 2014 and just last week.