On today’s Off The Rails Gonzo gives a little insight on Trump, what’s next for Bernie Sanders, the death of a music icon, CEO Pay and more.
Jim Scott talks again with David Saffer from the Council for Prevention of Hudson Falls, and Sue Ford welcomes Vinnie Murphy and Bob Myers from the Glens Falls Community Theater to talk about the upcoming show, Brighton Beach Memoirs.
Host Greg Chanese talks with Kathleen from Julie and Co. Realty about the history of the company, the real estate market, and buying and selling a house.
On this week’s Off The Rails Gonzo helps potential voters by profiling the “other” two candidates; Jill Stein of the Green Party and Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party.
Host Greg Chanese sits down with representatives from BBL Construction and Hospitality to talk about the company history, culture, and community involvment.
On this week’s Off The Rails Gonzo covers the minimum wage compromise, New York in play in the primaries, praising a DUI, and his thoughts on the women’s soccer lawsuit.
Jim Scott sits down with David Saffer, the Executive Director of the Council for Prevention in Hudson Falls, and Sue Ford talks with Linda Hermance and Dave Lawson from the Little Theater on the Farm.
Host Greg Chanese talks with Sasha Pordy from Adirondack Winery about their 8th anniversary activities and the Adirondack Wine and Food Festival this summer.
Jim Scott welcomes local developer Ed Moore to talk about his recent aquisition of the Queensbury Hotel and other local ventures and Sue Ford sit down with Tony Kostecky the General Manager of the Seagle Music Colony.
Host Greg Chanese welcomes representatives from the Alzheimer’s Association to talk about the disease, their services, and local educational events.