A Michigan man my whole life, I grew up in Holland and worked in Battle Creek for more than 10 years before finding a radio home in Kalamazoo. When I'm not on the radio you'll find me running, biking or reading a good book.
Kelvin & Co. To Add Appetizing Portage Location
We told you a year ago that Kelvin & Co. were considering adding to their urban BBQ empire. Plans are nearly complete to bring the meats to Portage.
Just One Chance Left to Ride Michigan’s Polar Express in 2019
This magical train ride remains one of Michigan's most beloved holiday traditions. The 2019 season is sold out, save just one date.
Gladys Knight to Headline Holland’s Tulip Time Festival
The Motown legend will be on the west side of the state in May of 2020 to perform at the iconic Tulip Festival.
Kalamazoo College Makes Top 10 Best in Michigan List
Go Hornets! The list of best colleges for your money in Michigan is out and K-College scored well. See what university tops the list and Michigan's top 10.
Applebee’s To Pay Down Student Lunch Debt in Southwest Michigan
Doing good in the neighborhood. On "Make a Difference Day," Applebee's will donate 20% of its food sales to help decrease student lunch debt and support local schools and families.
The State of Michigan is Officially Investigating Facebook
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has confirmed that Michigan has joined 45 other states in a bipartisan antitrust investigation into Facebook.
Ernest Hemingway’s Kalkaska Connection Recognized
The iconic author's Michigan connection is cemented with a plaque detailing his exploits in the Kalkaska area.
The ‘I’ve got a GUY in Kalamazoo’ Song
Glenn Miller's famous song about the local girl put Kalamazoo on the music map. Did you know there is a song about a guy in Kalamazoo?
Is Your Neighborhood Safe? Check the Sex Offender Registry
Halloween warning. Before you take the kids to "the best" neighborhood for trick or treating, check the sex offender registry to make sure they will be safe.
Pure Michigan Funding Cut: Here’s What It Means
The headline is that funding was slashed $35M for Michigan's tourism campaign. We take a deeper look at what that means for the Great Lakes State.