Hailing from Tucson, Arizona by way of Tallahassee, Florida, I am living a dream, being a multi-media personality and DJ! Though it was by accident, I found my passion in radio and DJing, after moving from Tucson to Tallahassee to attend Florida A&M University. I was elected to student government, where I met Lady J, who was also in student government and a radio personality at the college radio station. In 1997, Lady J invited me, a freshman to play a small role on her radio show, that later ended, but it was just the beginning of my journey in radio. Prior to moving to Buffalo, I most recently served as morning show co-host on WPEG in Charlotte, NC for 5 years. I also spent 2 years as a entertainment report co-host on television station WBTV! I am currently entertaining and informing the Queen City of WNY with the "2 To 6 Takeover" weekdays from 2-6 pm on the oldest urban station in the country, The People's Station, 93.7 WBLK!
Religious Gatherings Now Permitted in WNY with Limitations
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that religious gatherings are now permitted in western New York, but there are some limitations.
WNY Gym Reopens, Police Threaten Arrest
A WNY gym owner, who defied Governor Cuomo's executive order and opened his gym, was threatened with arrest.
Chef’s is Back Open, but With Limitations
Chef's has reopened, but with limitations.
WNY Takes Step Backwards, Still Not Ready to Reopen
Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul announced that WNY took a step backwards in our efforts to begin reopening.
Wegmans Updates Limited Item List
Wegmans has placed a limit on meat items due to the coronavirus pandemic.
New York May Not Have any Concerts or Festivals this Summer
Buffalo and the rest of New York may not be able to have any concerts or festivals during our usually super busy summer event season.
10 Famous People Who Went to College in Buffalo [Gallery]
Buffalo universities and colleges have produced some famous graduates (and drop outs). Check out the 10 famous people who have attended college in Buffalo.
Buffalo Dry Cleaner is Offering Free Washes for Frontline Workers
A Buffalo dry cleaner is offering free washes for frontline workers in the fight against coronavirus.
You Could be Fined up to $2,000 for Gathering in Groups
You could be fined up to $2,000 for violating New York's PAUSE order.
Shea’s is Looking for Buffalo Talent to Highlight
If you sing, rap or dance, Shea's Buffalo wants to showcase your talent.
Here’s How Much Money You Could Get of the $2 Trillion in Relief
The U.S. Senate passed the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill unanimously. If the House passes it, here's how much help you and your family could receive.
Rent Payments Could be Suspended in NYS for 90 Days
Renters could get some help from a new bill, which would suspend rent payments for 90 days.