Been doing this a long time. At KFR, since '87. Have had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Love living here; both my sons were born here. Michael works for the schools, and David graduated Western and is now living the dream in Chicago. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
Michigan Asks Google, Apple To Ensure Contact Tracing Apps Legit
The State of Michigan has joined a bi-partisan effort urging Apple and Google to ensure that all contact tracing apps serve an actual "public health purpose.
Analysis: What To Expect With The Lions Leadership Change
With very little fanfare, Martha Firestone Ford passed the torch, figuratively, and the job of Detroit Lions principal owner, to her daughter, Sheila Ford Hamp; Just a simple announcement on the Lions’ social media, very low key. You wouldn't expect anything else. That's not the Lio…
Mrs. Ford Steps Down; Sheila Ford Hamp Is New Lions’ Owner
No teary-eyed press conference; just a social media announcement. Ninety-four year old Martha Firestone Ford is stepping down as principal owner of the Detroit Lions and taking over immediately is her second eldest child, daughter Sheila Ford Hamp.
Troy Weaver’s Job: Make Pistons Matter Again
Earlier this Spring, watching the "The Last Dance" documentary series on ESPN, one of the things that really stuck out was how much the Pistons (and the Bulls, even more so) mattered back then. The Bad Boys of the late 80's, and Michael and the Jordan-aires. Good times. But that was 3…
USTA Junior Nationals Leaving Kalamazoo For 2020
Add the United State Tennis Association Junior Nationals to the list of sporting events affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. A report in the Detroit News says Kalamazoo College officials have told the USTA they weren't confident they could meet safety requirements in light of the coronavirus pand…
Detroit Lions Announce Support, Participation on Juneteenth
The Detroit Lions on Tuesday announced they were putting their full support behind "Juneteenth", including closing their offices this Friday to give employees time for reflection on this historically important date.
Kalamazoo’s Parks Dept. Re-Opening Plans; Water, Softball, More
Maybe it's just the pessimistic news coming out the past few days, but as the City of Kalamazoo's Park Department announces its plans for re-opening various venues and activities, all I can think of is "fingers crossed".
Six Beaches in Kalamazoo To Escape The Heat
You see the headline "Six Beaches in Kalamazoo..." and immediately a red flag goes off, because this year has taught us the hard way, take nothing for granted. But as we've seen in just the past two weeks. It's still gets very hot here, and this year more than most, we'll be…
Covid-19 Causes ArtPrize To Be Cancelled For 2020; Maybe For Good
The latest cancellation due to the Covid-19 pandemic is Grand Rapids' ArtPrize. The biennial event, which draws approximately a half million people into downtown Grand Rapids, was scheduled for September 16th through October 4th.
Funeral Thursday For Former Kalamazoo Bishop James Murray
The former leader of the Kalamazoo Diocese of the Catholic Church, James Murray died Friday, June 5th. He was 87 years old. Sunday, June 7th would have been the 62nd anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood.