Val grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (yep – she’s a Steelers fan, but she’s warmed up to the Vikings) and graduated from Point Park University in 2012. She’s been part of CBS Radio in Pittsburgh, Studstill Media in Illinois and now calls the Med City home! She and her husband, Will, enjoy Rochester’s craft beers and wine, hiking, and city/country balance. She also has a cat named Pantera – an adorable, long-haired black cat with green eyes! If you want to talk cats (or any animal really), hiking, movies, concerts, or pizza, Val is your girl!
Did You Know This Happens Inside Target Field Sunday Mornings?
You might be surprised to learn this because I sure was.
5 Things To Have On Your ‘Rochester Summer Bucket List’
Sure, Minnesota gets cold in the winter. Our winters can last pretty long too! But that doesn't stop us from taking advantage of every bit of summer we do have!
Rochester Radio Stars Take Over Target Field – [PHOTOS]
Few things are better during a Minnesota summer than the sound of a wooden bat cracking a baseball on a sunny, seventy-degree day.
Stewartville Class Needs 10,000 Retweets To Get Out Of Final
You'll never believe what I saw while I was browsing Twitter this afternoon!
8 Things I Learned In 8 Days As A Rochester Blonde
It ain't easy being a blonde in Rochester ...or is it?
Taylor Hawkins Drums For Rochester Kids For 10 Minutes Straight
I'm not exaggerating. If Taylor Hawkins could get any cooler, I don't know how.
The 2018 ‘Thursdays On 1st & 3rd’ Lineup Is Here
It looks amazing! One of the best parts about summer in Rochester is Thursday on 1st and 3rd. It's back with great entertainment!
Val Tip: 3 Types Of Sunglasses Rochester Needs This Spring
I'm really flattered that you guys have been "liking" my sunnies on Instagram! Here's some advice I have for you...
This Minnesota Ghost Town Is 43 Miles Away From Rochester
Did you know it existed? Can you remember a time when it was actually populated by pioneers?
Minnesota’s ‘Most Venomous’ Snake Found In Southeast Minnesota
Given the terrain, you probably wouldn't expect this type of snake to be in our area - but they are.