What's up? I'm Chio! I'm a Dad and a beach lover. Kira says I have questionable taste in football teams, as I'm an Eagles fan! That said, I've got mad respect for the GOAT! I've been in radio my whole life and have gotten to live in some cool places from Florida to San Diego to New Yawk City, and for the last several years I've been in Philly! My wife and I love the outdoors from hiking the woods to taking in r+r at the beach. We've vacationed in New England several times, so to move to NH is just awesome. I'm pumped to be apart of a legendary radio station like WOKQ/The Peak and very happy to be working with Ms. Kira Lew every morning! We are gonna have some fun, REALLY look forward to meeting you. Connect with me here.
This Photo of Quarterbacks Tom Brady and George Blanda Both at Age 43 Will Make You Say, ‘…
the internet has gone crazy
This Huge 26-Foot Dead Shark Was Found Washed Ashore in Maine
Imagine stumbling across a dead shark the size of a pickup truck. Or your swimming and you bump into this thing
New Restaurant Alert: Tucker’s Coming This Summer to Bedford, NH
I checked out their menu online and I’m thinking I need a Belgian waffle this weekend.
Boston Globe Calls Bruins Anthem Singer the ‘Pavarotti of the Pandemic’
He sings at food pantries, in front of hospitals, and even people’s lawns to spread joy and help them forget their troubles for just a moment
Inventions that We Have New England to Thank For
I recently wrote about New England’s favorite cookies and was shocked to find out the chocolate cookie was invented in Connecticut!
Sunrise at the Beach on the Seacoast Is Better Than Sunrise on Lake Winnipesaukee
Although the sunrises are spectacular along Lake Winnipesaukee, I prefer the ocean.
New Hampshire Experiencing Postal Delays
In case you have a package that has not arrived as it was scheduled, you are not alone.
Fly a Red Cross Flag to Support Health Care Workers
Now, this is a trend I can get behind!
Restaurants in Portsmouth Forced to Get Creative to Survive the Winter
Portsmouth is slated to re-open outdoor seating on March 1st.
What’s Up With All the Turkey Sightings in New Hampshire?
While it might not have been a good year for humans, it appears that the pandemic has given the New Hampshire Turkey population a boost