I'm equally as likely to be spotted playing sports with my (bad) kickball, dodgeball, and bowling teams in Philadelphia, as I am to invite you out to see a rom-com movie in the suburbs. I love my dog (Biden), Reba McEntire, the Chicago Cubs, and eating out (aka not having to cook). My hobbies include watching reruns of Frasier, all things pop culture, and booking vacations on cruise ships that I can't really afford. In addition to being on-air with Chris & the Crew, I'm the digital guy here at 94.5 PST, which really means I get to have fun all day long at the station.
Joe Biden Announces Kamala Harris as VP Pick
After months of speculation, Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that Kamala Harris will be his running mate in the 2020 election.
Gov. Murphy Issues Warning to Bar-goers: “We May Need to Shut Places Down”
"I'm going to give everyone a chance to do the right thing, but if we need to shut places down to protect public health, then we will," Murphy said on Monday.
The Philadelphia Flower Show Will Be Held Outdoors in the Summer of 2021
The 2021 event will be held outdoors next summer, the event's organizers reportedly announced in an email to members, Inquirer.com reports.
Philadelphia Phillies Cancel All Activity At Ballpark; 2 Staffers Test Positive for COVID-…
The Phillies just announced that all activity at their home stadium, Citizens Bank Park, has been canceled until further notice.
New Jersey’s 10 Safest Cities of 2020
These are the 10 safest cities in New Jersey:
‘Jeopardy!’ & ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Return to the Studio, With a Completely New Look Amid COV…
Two of our favorite game shows are returning to the studio for the first time since the coronavirus shuttered their production in mid-March.
LATEST: Phillies-Yankees Series Postponed; More Marlins Test Positive for COVID-19, ESPN R…
The remainder of the series between the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees has been postponed out of an "abundance of caution," amid a growing COVID-19 outbreak in Major League Baseball.
Philadelphia Prohibits Large Public Events Through February, 2021
The City of Philadelphia will not permit any large public gatherings or events through at least February, 2021, amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Philadelphia: Masks Now Required Both Indoors & Outdoors; “Green Phase” Likely Delayed
As cases of COVID-19 begin to rise again in Philadelphia, the city has announced an expansion of its requirements for facial coverings.
Philadelphia Officials Will Seek to Remove Columbus Statue From Marconi Plaza
Philadelphia city officials say they will seek to have the Christopher Columbus statue removed from Marconi Plaza in South Philadelphia.