WGY'S Chuck Custer
He's the "Chuck" of the Chuck & Kelly Show on 810 & 103.1 WGY. Actually, in terms of gross weight, he's two-thirds of the team. Chuck has been with WGY since 1984 and for years (almost too many to count) was the legendary Don Weeks' on-air partner. In 2008, the National Association of Broadcasters honored WGY with the prestigious Crystal Award for exemplary public service. Chuck and the WGY staff also have earned multiple Marconi awards and more than 60 awards for excellence in journalism, including four national Edward R. Murrow Awards. Despite all those honors, Chuck's greatest source of pride and joy are his boys, Cory and Scott. Chuck lives in Latham with his lovely wife Linda who really could have done much better!
PYX 106's Dr. John Cooper
Dr. John, or "Coop" as he's called by his friends, has been playing Classic Rock on PYX 106 for over 20 years. Coop is an avid motorcycle enthusiast, chances are you've heard him rumble around Capitaland on his Harley on the weekends. Dr. John's passion for music extends past memorizing record facts - he loves attending live performances of artists from every genere: Jazz, Rock, to even TSO (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) when they come to town.
Mike The Web Guy
Facebook. Twitter. HTML. Oh, now he's showing off. Yeah, if its happening online, Mike is "on it." A San Diego native who met a girl from Clifton Park led Mike across the country to Upstate New York. Mike likes spending weekends in Adirondacks, sitting around the campfire and watching his kids take in the goodness of fresh air and open spaces.
This time of year is tough on Capital Region drivers.
We need a flashlight when we take the dog out in the morning. By the time we're in our car, the sun is right at that blinding point in the morning, making it tough to see kids running around at bus stops. At the end of the day, the see of tail lights light up the Northway from the Exit 7 to the Twins.
When I test drove the all-new Infiniti Q-50 it was on a sunny, clear, day. When I wished I owned this amazing car was on a foggy fall morning trying to successfully navigate down the street on "trash pick up day" in my neighborhood. Here's why: the headlights on the Q-50 are crisp LED bulbs that move with the car. So whether you're trying to avoid hitting my neighbors leaf bags (that are too close to the curb) or driving home from dinner with the family keeping your eyes open for deer on the road - your Infiniti Q-50 is shedding light on where you steer, helping to heighten your visibility at every turn.
Intelligent Design. The new Q50 from Infiniti tracks your driving habits, road conditions, and about a million other factors when you're moving. The result: a smooth ride even on a rainy day. Check it out!
During my test drive with the new 2014 Infiniti Q50, Steve (the General Manager at Lia Infiniti) suggested we take a road with some turns. I pulled off on Boght Road and felt bad (a little) for the camera guy in the backseat when I gave the car a good "test."