Matt Siegel

Matt Siegel Announces Retirement From Kiss 108’s ‘Matty In The Morning’

BOSTON (CBS) – Matt Siegel, the longtime host of “Matty in the Morning” on Kiss 108 in Boston, announced his retirement on Tuesday. Siegel has been missing from the broadcast for the last few weeks. “As of now, I am retired, leaving Kiss 108 and starting my new life as a mediocre golfer,” Siegel said during an announcement on the show. During his announcement, Siegel said the last year “has been a little rough for me,” adding he had brain surgery, a broken foot and began “getting a little grumpy on the air.” “I got off target,” Siegel said. “All I want to do...
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KISS 108's Matt Siegel announces retirement after being on air for 41 years

BOSTON — Kiss 108 radio host Matt Siegel of the "Matty in the Morning" show announced Tuesday that he is retiring after more than 40 years on the air. The 72-year-old Siegel made the announcement in a pre-recorded message after being off the air for nearly two weeks. He hasn't been on the station's morning show since April 19.

John Sterling Makes Another Mistake // Pete Davidson’s Neck Tattoo // The Stack: Matt Siegel Announces Retirement – 5/3 (Hour 4)

(00:00) The Yankees radio play-by-play announcer John Sterling made yet another mistake calling a game. (12:27) The guys circle back to the Boston Bruins and the gloomy forecast for the team in this series. The Boston Celtics are favored in Game 2 against the Milwaukee Bucks tonight at the TD Garden. Also, Pete Davidson got tattoos of Kim and Kanye’s kids on his neck.
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"The Secret History of Food: Strange but True Stories About the Origins of Everything We Eat" by Matt Siegel

Your morning cuppa joe came from Hawaii last month. Mixed with a little milk from a farm upstate, it's the perfect pick-me-up. When you add cereal from Iowa, grapefruit from Arizona, and a tiny bit of chocolate from Pennsylvania, you're set for awhile. And when you're hungry again, grab a napkin and bite into "The Secret History of Food" by Matt Siegel.