Boris has been waking up early and entertaining radio listeners in the Hudson Valley for over 30 years. As the host of "The Boris and Robyn Show" on 101.5 WPDH, he has his own unique take on the issues that are important to the region and a special connection to the people and businesses that live there. If something is happening in your hometown, Boris will be there to uncover the story and let you know how it’ll affect your life. Some Top Stories: - Little Known Regional Dish is New York State's Best Kept Secret: https://wpdh.com/little-known-regional-dish-is-new-york-states-best-kept-secret/ - Rare Photos of How Elegant NY Thruway Rest Stops Used to Be: https://wpdh.com/rare-photos-show-how-elegant-ny-thruway-rest-stops-used-to-be/ - 5 Reasons You Should NOT Live in the Hudson Valley: https://wpdh.com/5-reasons-you-should-not-live-in-hudson-valley-new-york/
Why Boar’s Head Cheese Won’t Melt and What’s Being Done
Thousands of customers have been complaining about a change to their Boar's Head American Cheese that has left them frustrated and confused.
Former ‘Muppets’ Artist Selling Magical Woodland Home
A former associate of Jim Henson who designed sets for 'The Muppets' and 'Fraggle Rock' is selling a one-of-a-kind home that's a living piece of art.
10 Items That May Be a Little Harder to Find This Winter
No hoarding, but you may want to stock up on these items now before they start flying off store shelves this winter.
Don’t Worry, People Were Pretty Dumb During the Spanish Flu, Too
If you've been discouraged by some of the dumb things your friends are saying about the coronavirus pandemic, you may be comforted in knowing that people were even dumber 100 years ago.
How to Stop Your Glasses From Fogging While Wearing a Face Mask
Those who wear glasses don't have to choose between wearing a face mask and being able to see where they're walking.
Rye, Wheat, Oats or Barley: Which Grain is Best for Your Beer?
Adam from Sloop Brewing stopped by for our Beer of the Week segment to educate us how different grains can affect the beer you drink.