Been doing this a long time. At KFR since '87. Had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Also, since coming to Kalamazoo, both my sons were born here, and are living here now. Michael works for the schools, and David is wrapping up a degree at Western. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
MSU Hosts Georgia This Sunday at Van Andel; Proceeds Go To Hurricane Relief
Here's a chance to see the No. 2 ranked college basketball team in the country, the Michigan State Spartans, in Grand Rapids, and help raise funds for hurricane relief at the same time.
Funny: As the US Goes Mad Pitching Amazon, Jordan Klepper Pitches Kalamazoo
Detroit is offering the Silverdome, Grand Rapids, The S-Curve (that's a joke), but home boy Jordon Klepper on his Comedy Central show said "what about Kalamazoo".
Kalamazoo Improv Festival Is Tonight And Saturday
If you're a fan of shows like Whose Line Is It, Anyway or even Saturday Night Live, the Kalamazoo Improv Festival has seen some soon to be famous performers here.
Start Planning; Bell’s Announces 2018 Calendar of Events
Okay, let's cut to the chase. Oberon Day is...
Big Celebration Planned As Portage’s ‘Old’ McCamley Field Closes For Upgrade
It's been the football home for Portage Central and Portage Northern High Schools for over half a century.
“Merry, Not Scary” It’s Zoo Boo Time
It's that time of year. Temperatures have cooled some, the leaves are turning and Halloween is almost here. It's time for the Binder Park Zoo Boo.
This Will Make Me A Stamp Collector
The United States Postal Service is issuing some stamps this Friday that could help turn me, a big time hockey geek, into a stamp collector.
Feel Good Story: Cop Helps Woman Get A Car
Here's your feel good story of the day. A Lansing cop became aware of a woman who works at the Cracker Barrel, who had to ride 10 miles each day to get to work. He did something about it.
UPDATE: Flood Warnings; Bronco Football Postponed
Saturday's heavy rains and storms have prompted the National Weather Service to issue flood warnings for Kalamazoo, Calhoun and Van Buren counties, and has led to several postponements including the WMU/Akron football game.
Kalamazoo Warns of Street Flooding
The City of Kalamazoo sent out a warning of flooded streets.