The namesake character of the classic TV series "Leave it to Beaver" recently stopped by the TK99/105 studios in Syracuse.
Syracuse's annual "Chick-N-Wing" festival at the Inner Harbor will be capped off by a special all-day concert called "Soundcheck Live," commemorating Dave Frisina's 30 years in radio and just about as long, his show "Soundcheck," which features local musicians.
It's been 30 years since Dave Frisina first came on the Syracuse radio scene. The man who started the popular show "Soundcheck" on Citadel's 95X (WAQX), later taking it with him over to TK99/105 (WTKW-WTKV), is featured in this week's edition of the Syracuse New Times.
It's become more common in the past few years, especially in Syracuse -- live coverage of sporting events on FM music stations. What do you think of the practice? Our weekly poll on the topic is already closed, but you can still post comments with your thoughts.
Tim Huppmann, known to listeners of TK99, WSEN, WOLF and other stations as "Rick Ryder," died on Monday, according to an obituary published in the Syracuse Post-Standard earlier this week. Huppmann, who also served for many years working his way up the ranks to Chief of Rescue and Firefighting at Hancock Airport, was 65 years […]