DJ Supreme aka Rodney B. More, is a native of Baltimore, Md the city known for ill DJ’s, its love of music and Seafood. An accomplished turntablist, DJ Supreme has been behind the 1200’s for several years. From anywhere in the world you can hear DJ Supreme, with ”The Supreme Experience" show, kicks off its 5th year on Hot 991, Townsquare Media’s Hip Hop Station (Albany, NY) blending music, comedy and infotainment Afternoons from 3p - 7p. In addition to rocking the radio, Supreme is an avid tech head, from laptops to cell phones. Supreme is the expert on all the latest gadgetry.
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Albany Police Officer Suspended For Racist Comments
An Albany Police Officer was caught on video saying some outrageous things to an Albany County Sheriff's Deputy that led to the officer’s suspension.
Schenectady Prison Guards Fired After Violent Attack
A vicious beating at the Schenectady County Jail left a former inmate with serious injuries and two jail employees terminated.
Albany Symphony Orchestra Will Perform Black and Alive
On November 14 the Albany Symphony Orchestra will perform a live stream event including a segment called “Black & Alive”.
SUNY Campuses Put on Pause Due To COVID-19
COVID-19 cases are steadily on the rise throughout the nation and throughout the Capital Region. The University of Albany is taking steps to curtail the spread throughout its campus.
Local Elected Officials React to Joe Biden’s Presidential Nomination
On Saturday Albany County Executive Dan McCoy and Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan gathered at McGeary’s pub in downtown Albany to celebrate the Biden/Harris win.
This Year’s Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner Will Look Different
For 50 years needy families in the Capital Region have participated in the Equinox Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner.
Over 3000 Prisoners Released Due To The Pandemic
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently authorized the release of approximately 800 people who are incarcerated for violating their probation. He also authorized the release of 2200 felons who are convicted of non-violent offenses.
Coats For Kids In The Capital Region
The annual Coats for Kids campaign is revving up in Troy, New York. Organizers are trying to get new and gently used coats for children throughout the winter season.
Get Ready For Capital Lights In The Park
A very exciting and joyful tradition is returning to Albany this holiday season. The Capital Holiday Lights In The Park celebration will be back for its 24th annual event.
The Spanish Flu Of 1918 Has Eerie Similarities To the COVID-19 Pandemic
Lessons from the “Spanish Flu” of 1918 are helping scientists to discover coping mechanisms for our newest pandemic, COVID-19.