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.
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What You Need to Know About the Pasco 4th of July Parade
It's almost time to celebrate!
Everyone I Know Pronounces This Kennewick Street Name Incorrectly
I find it surprising that this street name has my friends and family stumped.
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This article is for those of us that just don't get it.
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Do you dare step inside the fabled Campbell House?
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In 1986, a little movie was released starring a relatively unknown 24-year-old actor. It all stemmed from a simple idea, what if we made a movie about young fighter pilots? What Jerry Bruckheimer, Don Simpson, Tony Scott, and Tom Cruise made was a cultural phenomenon. 36 ...
Camp Where Top Gun: Maverick’s Final Battle Was Filmed in Washington
Kachess Lake in Washington was a filming location for Top Gun: Maverick's final mission and you can camp there.
Trees Sprout Out of Ghost Ship’s Hull in Anacortes, Washington
"Life, uh, finds a way."