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.
Let’s Play a Mackinac Bridge “Didja Know”
Summer's almost here and there'll plenty of traveling up North, and since the Mackinac Bridge is arguably the state's most famous site, let's play a game of "didja know".
Truism #2: It’s Always About The Party, First, No Matter What
In the end, a politician is still a politician. And party politics still resembles the Mafia. "Toe the line, or pay the price".
Back To Square One; Prosecutors Drop All Flint Water Charges
Newly appointed prosecutors in the Flint water scandal announced Thursday that all charges have been dropped against all eight people previously charged and that a new investigation will begin. No timetable has been announced regarding the new investigation.
Kalamazoo Gets Shout Out From Doc; Ex-K-Wing Binnington Wins Cup
The St. Louis Blues' improbable journey from worst to first climaxed Wednesday night, as former K-Wing Jordan Binnington led the team to its first Stanley Cup in its fifty-two year history.
Kalamazoo-Battle Creek Main Airline Runway Closed For Two Weeks
Maybe the timing is perfect. Maybe people don't fly as much in late June, but still it's going to be strange having the Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International Airport shutdown for two weeks while the main runaway is rebuilt. Work began this week and should be done by June 26th.
Bell’s Spiffs Up Its Beer Tours
Bell's Brewery has spiffed up its already popular and highly acclaimed beer tours in Comstock.
Civil War Reenactment This Father’s Day Weekend in Turkeyville
This might just be the something different you're looking for in a Father's Day gift. Cornwell's Turkeyville in Marshall is home to a Civil War reenactment this Saturday and Sunday, June 15th and 16th.
2019 DooDah Parade Spotlights Energy, Inclusion, Acceptance
It some ways it wasn't a traditional DooDah Parade in Downtown Kalamazoo. While the origins of the parade are based on parody and poking a little gentle fun at current events, the 2019 DooDah Parade was first about a theme, but more so about embracing a topic that is in the news headlines a lot…
Michigan 8th Grader Lands On Success’ “Thirty Under 30″ List
An eight-grader from Walled Lake has been named by Success Magazine, to it's "Thirty Under 30" list, for her invention Zollipops, a natural, vegan, lollipop (and now, other products) that's not bad for your teeth.
Gerald Ford Distinguished Service Award Goes To Paul O’Neill
Harkening back to what now seems like a gentler time, The General R. Ford Presidential Foundation bestowed its medal for Distinguished Public Service, to former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Paul O'Neill.