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.
Syracuse Native Bobcat Goldthwait Headlining Funny, Far-Out Animation Festival in CNY
Comic actor-turned-director Bobcat Goldthwait will take part in a new Central New York animation festival highlighting weird and hilarious short films. Calling itself "The Duck and Red Octopus Short Funny Stop-Action and Animated Film Festival", the event will take place Sept...
Which of These Toys Will Enter Rochester’s Toy Hall of Fame in 2023?
The 2023 finalists have been announced, and chances are you played with some of them.
This Day in History: New York Witnessed America’s 1st Automobile Death
On September 13th, 1899, New York etched its name into the history books by recording the first-ever automobile-related fatality in America.
Outrage! Just 1 New York Brew Made ‘Most Delicious Beers in America’ List
Only a single beer from New York made the new '40 Most Delicious Beers in America' list... and even that one was dead last!
‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan Gives Update After Health Scare in Upstate NY
WWE Hall of Famer 'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan appears to be on the mend after an incident in Glens Falls.
Jason Bonham Bringing ‘Led Zeppelin Evening’ to Central New York
Jason Bonham, the son of original Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, will be bringing the band's legendary song catalog to Central New York this fall.
How Fans Can Meet the Savannah Bananas Players in Central New York
The hottest ticket in sports entertainment may be the Savannah Bananas, and fans have a chance to mingle with their favorite players ahead of Thursday's game in Syracuse.
How To Hire the Amish for a Project in New York
So you've heard the stories of how quick and efficient the Amish are. Have you ever wondered how to go about hiring them for your build project?
One of the First Home Video Game Consoles Was Made in Central NY
An abandoned building in Amsterdam, New York still bears the sign of one of the most successful toy manufacturers in America.
Exploring New York’s 7 Dry Towns Where Liquor Sales Are Off Limits
These towns are a testament to the residents that have chosen a different path.
What Pumpkin Spice Food Are New Yorkers Googling the Most?
At least we're not as weird as Arizona.
Own a Historic Upstate NY Home Where a Grisly Mob Murder Took Place
A Prohibition-era gangster AND a Pulitzer Prize-winning author have both called this place home.