I started my entertainment career in television as a teenager, growing up on a military base in Seoul, South Korea. I first appeared as a singer and dancer on a TV show called "Young Parade," and I hosted an evening rock show on AFN, where I fell in love with radio. After high school, I moved to San Antonio, Texas, to attend college. I lucked out with a job offer to do the evening show at AC station, KSSR, while still in school. I eventually moved to middays on the classic hits station KONO. Next stops on the radio train were Nashville, Tennessee and, Tampa Bay, Florida, where I spent nine years co-hosting mornings on the iconic Q105. I went back to school and changed my educational path to psychology, even going one step further to obtain a master's degree in mental health counseling. As a newbie to the Northeast, I'm looking for any help in learning the culture of the area, and in getting used to the winter. (I have a closet full of shorts and flip flops.)
Portland City Council Extends Emergency Stay-At-Home Order
The Portland City Council have extended the emergency order they enacted last Wednesday, March 25th.
Hey New Englanders: Let’s Put Up Our Christmas Lights
It would be a sight to behold if New Englanders were to put up their Christmas lights during this crisis.
Auburn Deli Helps Mainers By Giving Away Free Bread
A national restaurant chain in Auburn, Maine is doing their part to help the community.
Kids At Maine Elementary School Say Thank You To Essential Workers
The students who attend an elementary school in Westbrook wanted to thank all the people who are working hard to keep them safe.
Stay-At-Home Order Issued For New Hampshire, Nonessential Businesses Must Close
Governor Chris Sununu just announced an emergency stay-at-home order for all Granite Staters, except for essential workers.
Hey New Englanders: Don’t Forget About Daylight Saving Time This Weekend
Daylight saving time goes into effect on Sunday morning.