Jeff Kuhner’s better half

The former Mickey Mouse AM station in Boston (now owned by Salem) has a new Morning Host -Dr. Grace Vuoto. Yesterday, I happened to hear Jeff Kuhner (currently on WRKO in Boston) mention his wife’s name is Grace. It turns out his wife has her own radio show on a competing station in Boston.

She worked as Jeff’s producer when he was on the radio at WTNT in Washington DC. They jointly ran the impressive sounding (defunct) Edmund Burke Institute, which worked to increase women and minority participation in the Republican Party). One of the more interesting things in her bio is that she taught British and European history at Howard University, the Afrocentric University in Washington DC

Jeff and Dr Vuoto are Canadian immigrants, just doing jobs Americans won’t do.

A sample of her work:

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4 Responses to Jeff Kuhner’s better half

  1. briand75 says:

    Pretty vile stuff.

  2. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    Here, she speaks with a Canadian accent, however Jeff’s accent sounds Bostonian to me.

    • Fred Stiening says:

      I don’t think Kuhner even lives in Boston. During the huge blizzard last year that paralyzed the city for weeks, he seemed very uninterested in the details. No anecdotes about difficult getting to work, grocery stores being out of food, the MBTA head being a clueless moron, etc…

      His bio says they were high school sweethearts. You’re probably hearing the French Canadian influence. As long as Canadians avoid saying “about” and remember there is no “u” in colour, they can avoid detection. And just like Mexico, there is a lot of cross border fraternization, resulting in dual citizens like Ted Cruz. If you count Texas, he has 3 way citizenship.

  3. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    I’ll have a fresh listen to Kuhner via podcast today to find out what I hear.

    Citizenship is a strange thing. It used to be (any maybe still is) that someone of Irish decent born in the US could request and receive an EU passport by claiming Irish citizenship, even if that person’s parents were both US citizens and not Irish citizens (I think that either a parent or grandparent had to have been an Irish citizen at one time.) If you are married to someone in that category, then you can later apply for EU citizenship yourself after your spouse has his/hers/hirs/zes 😉

    Of course, Texas used to be a part of 6 different countries (5 countries plus the United States.)… hence the Six Flags over Texas, or Six Flags as it is known today since its expansion outside of Texas.

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