Bonnie Grice

Host of Bonnie in the Morning

Bonnie Grice is an award winning broadcaster, producer, interviewer and DJ. A two-time Gracie Allen Award winner, you can hear BONNIE IN THE MORNING weekday mornings 9-Noon on 883WPPB-- Long Island's only NPR station. Bonnie serves up a daily dose of music, special guests and food for thought. Unique. Informative. Fun. A new spin on Public Radio. Plus she produces and hosts THE SONG IS YOU featuring a wide range of guests exploring their top 10 favorite tunes every week. Tune in! And follow her on: Facebook Twitter and Instagram. Bonnie also loves acting... she's been featured in a variety of East End theatre productions. And she's been host/interviewer of the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival since its inception in 2008.

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“I wonder what chairs think about all day: ‘Oh… here comes another a#@hole…’ ”

---Robin Williams

She carries the dog into the restaurant, holding it close to her bosom. Her partner/S.O./husband?? follows at some distance schlepping an assortment of accoutrement… bags, boxes, newspapers… like they’re heading to the beach… or the dump…

“If you’re not part of the solution you’re part of the precipitate…”  --NerdSpeak 

Heroes are on my mind this week…

With Soldier Ride & the Wounded Warrior Project in the Hamptons again this Saturday… last week’s July 4th parade… my father’s birthday… Dallas…



Me and the Foo Fighters invite you to honor your heroes. They may or may not be soldiers or first responders or veterans of foreign wars, but they stand tall in our lives…

Here are a few of mine:


Last weekend we were at a local Hamptons hang having dinner and the TV in the restaurant was tuned to “American Ninja Warrior.” If you’ve been living in a cave the past few years “ANW” is a jaw-dropping competition where folks have to complete a series of obstacle courses designed to test the absolute limits of your body and mind. These courses kick butt. Everything from hand-over-hand tire swings to mountain climbing and log rolling above pools of water. The competition began in Japan as “Sasuke” and morphed into American Ninja Warrior this side of the Pacific.

She had me at the double bass.

“Is that an upright bass in your car?”

“Uh…. Yeah…. “ Impish grin.

“You play the bass?” I asked, not sure why I was so incredulous.

“Yup. Pasadena Symphony. Been with them a while now… I love your show. The whole orchestra listens!”

Ok. That never hurts.