Celeste Perry

Weeknights (7PM – 12 Midnight)

I landed my first radio gig at a full-tilt rock station when I was still in college. I’ve worked at a bunch of really cool radio stations over the years but I’ve always wanted to get back to my roots. Bring on the Led Zeppelin, The Stones and Aerosmith. I’m thrilled to be at KFOX playing the Best Music that ever was! I’ve lived in Bay Area since the 80s’ and have seen some amazing live shows here, one of my all time favorites–The English Beat opening for The Clash at the Civic Auditorium. Were you there? My husband and I have two sons and one ridiculously spoiled rescue dog. My boys live in Brooklyn now, which is a very cool place to visit, particularly if you like beer gardens, bagels and pizza. We love hiking and biking around the great outdoors, but I’m equally happy to stay indoors and binge on Netflix for days on end.

Besides my life on the radio, you can also catch me on KOFY TV. Hawaii is my hometown, so I’m always looking for some “ono” Hawaiian BBQ–maybe I’ll see you in line at L & L one of these days.

Watch Dog Found Alive In Fire Ruins

Jack Weaver and his brother returned to the site of their mother’s home, which was detroyed in the Santa Rosa fire. Amidst the ruins they discover Izzy, the family dog. Click here to watch this amazing, heartwarming video of the moment they realize Izzy is alive.    DOG Video of Family dog …

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Tom Petty Final Interview 9.27.17

Los Angeles Times reporter Randy Lewis sat down with Tom Petty last week at the musician’s Malibu home and talked about his 40th Anniversary tour and all the plans Petty had ahead of him.  You can read the article here or listen to the audio of their conversation by clicking this link: …

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Get your FREE coffee locations

Friday September 29 is National Free Coffee Day and while not every java chain is offering free caffeine here’s a list of some who are: Krispy Kreme is offering free ice coffee or any size hot coffee Dunkin’ Donuts has a BOGO offer McDonald’s is offering free coffee with app …

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Guess The Breed

We couldn’t stand not knowing.  When we adopted Lucy, from the Tony La Russa Animal Rescue Foundation we were told she was probably a Lab/Shepherd mix of some sort, but what sort exactly.  She seemed smart, relatively mellow for a puppy and her paws were HUGE.   “What kind of a dog …

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Fleet of 747s To Be Retired

United Airlines is bidding farewell to it’s fleet of 747s with a final one way flight between San Francisco and Honolulu on November 7.  The 747 is famous for it’s upper deck bubble.  This last flight will recreate the glamour of flying with retro uniforms and a 1970’s inspired menu. …

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Dogs Can Meditate Too

Do you meditate?  For most of my life I scoffed at the idea, assuming someone with my easily distractable mind would never be able to sit quietly for longer that five minutes.   About six years ago a friend dragged me to his meditation group, he thought I could benefit from …

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Who’s Better Looking In Your Relationship?

Time to get real about your relationship.  A new study of heterosexual couples found that relationships were more likely to be a successful if the woman was more attractive than the man.  Here’s more detail on what the results reveal about youre love life.  BEAUTY    

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Do You Sleep With Your Dog?

Does your dog sleep in your bed with you?  A new study reveals that you’re probably not getting the best night’s sleep if you’re sharing a mattress with your adorable hound.  Find out why sleeping with your pooch may be leaving you sleepless:  WOOF      

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Put Down Your Cellphone!

San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa seems to be as fed up as the rest of us.  He’ll be asking fellow supervisors to push state legislators to pass a resolution that could lead to a ban on people using their cellphones in crosswalks.  Last year 892 pedestrians were killed on roadways, accounting …

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Ways To Commemorate 9/11

September 11 is a National Day of Service and Remembrance.  You can click on this link September11 for information about volunteer projects, charitable endeavors and a timeline to observe moments of silence throughout the morning to honor those who lost their lives on that terrible day.   Video of Hope …

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