I'm Pete and I'm the Digital Managing Editor at Townsquare Media Tri-Cities. I got a job here doing odds and ends at the station in 2012 after graduating from Tri-Tech Skills Center and I've been here ever since. I've lived in all of the "big three" Tri-Cities after moving here in 2003, so I consider myself a native of our community. I'm a big fan of metal & 80's pop and I also really love 80's movies. My movie collection is constantly growing to the point where my wife looks my way when there's a package at our door. My favorite directors are Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino. My wife and I have two beautiful little girls together, both of whom are named after "sports things." We all enjoy animation from Disney movies and shows to Rick & Morty and South Park.
Here’s When You Should Catch Your First Tri-City Americans Game
Americans fans are hardcore and the franchise has a rich history, steeped in tradition and filled with pedigreed players.
WSU Legend & NFL Bust Ryan Leaf Finds Life as Hall of Fame-Level Troll
Bear witness to the new and improved Ryan Leaf.
This Pasco Pitcher Made MLB History & Changed Baseball Forever
I'd like to take the time to remember one of baseball's most intriguing stories; a story that started in Pasco, Washington.
Here’s The Real Reason For Purple Streetlights in Richland
Some folks are a little unsettled.
Here’s Where You Can Take Pictures With Santa in Tri-Cities
Santa is very busy and is scheduled to make several appearances in Tri-Cities this December. To help you out, we've decided to share his itinerary with you.
This Pasco Man Won Two Oscars, But Do You Know His Name?
He is one of the industry's most influential cinematographers
Can Washington Get Hurricanes? Well, Sort Of.
Here I am. Rock you like a Pacific Northwest windstorm.
Washington Had Over 400 Earthquakes This Year, But You Never Noticed
What's the biggest earthquake in modern Washington history?
Celebrate 2023 By Taking a FREE Hike in One of Washington’s Beautiful State Parks
Washington State Parks is celebrating the new year with its First Day Hikes program, which will make hikes across 40 of Washington's state parks free for one day. There is no need to have previously purchased a Discover Pass but you may need a parking permit for certain areas...
The Best $20 I’ve Ever Spent? Seeing an Elvis Impersonator in a Washington Casino
The following is a review of a recent concert in which I was stone-cold sober.