I’m Jess. I’m a Pop Culture enthusiast and I'm down to chat about it at the drop of a dime. I'm a walking cliche when I say I love all kinds of music, but it's true. On a side note, Kelly Clarkson should be President and Sam Hunt should be my husband. I'm just saying...
Beagles Saved From “Horrible” Breeding Facility Come to Wappingers Falls, NY
4,000 Beagles made national headlines when they were saved from a "horrible breeding facility." Several of the rescued pups will be up for adoption in August here in the Hudson Valley.
Hopewell Junction 7 Year Old Heads to Kids Golf World Championship
The young golfer is heading to North Carolina to play in the Kids Golf World Championship
Can You Spot Saugerties, NY in New ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Trailer?
'Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin' spent a majority of 2021 filming in Ulster County.
Were You a Member of Mother’s Club in Dutchess County?
Were you born at Vassar Brother's Hospital? Do you remember something called Mother's Club?
Take a Long, Hard Look at This Milton Billboard. Look Familiar?
This billboard for a Milton, New York mobile detailing company is turning heads. Have you seen it?
Travel Back In Time and Explore Bannerman Castle in Beacon, NY
The infamous Bannerman Castle will host a handful of events throughout the summer months including theatrical plays and tours around the island.
Bigfoot Possibly Breaks into Orange County Barn and Braids Hair
The Orange County resident believes Bigfoot is responsible for random braids showing up in their horse's mane.
Poughkeepsie, NY Firehouse Transforms into The Sensory Space
At The Sensory Space's new location in Poughkeepsie, children can use sensory supports while participating in play therapy and psychotherapy.
COLD CASE: The 1997 Murder of Richard Aderson in Fishkill
UNSOLVED: The Assistant Superintendent of Central Valley School District was shot and killed after being sideswiped on 84 in Fishkill back in February of 1997.
Historic Staircase Gets Much Needed Upgrade at Sam’s Point
The Lenape Steps are a historic piece of Shawangunk history dating back to the 1800s.