I was born one of a family of eight in Saginaw, Michigan. We were loud and more often talked 'at' each other than 'to' each other, a skill which is perfect for radio. After graduating from Central Michigan University, I worked at a station in Northern Michigan that had as much wattage as a refrigerator light bulb. I went from there to working on a Mexican radio station, where I was eventually kicked out for being an illegal immigrant. My radio travels then took me to the Michigan Lakeshore at 104.5 WSNX and then on to Baltimore, where I enjoyed a modicum of success, which in this business is rewarded with a shove out the door. In my spare time, I enjoy hurting myself with homemade CrossFit workouts and flinging paint on canvas and calling it 'art'. I also have three daughters, who think I teach college for a living.
103-year-Old Muskegon Woman Celebrates Life With First Tattoo
Dorothy Pollock knocked another item off her bucket list, getting a tattoo of the one thing she loves more than beer and burgers.
Michigan’s Largest Living Creature [Video]
In the deep dark woods of the Upper Peninsula lives a creature so huge, science has yet to lock down how big it really is.
Some Songs From The 1918 Flu Epidemic [Video]
Listener Kevin asked that if so many many musicians were posting songs about the coronavirus, did the 1918 flu epidemic leave behind any songs? Yes, and they're a bit dark.
Meijer Gardens Is Live Streaming The Butterflies [Video]
Forced to shutdown during one of their largest yearly events, 'Butterflies Are Blooming', Frederick Meijer Gardens is now sharing the experience as best they can online.
Check Out This 1918 City of Belding Flu Warning Sheet
A lot of the warnings issued with the 1918 pandemic of the Spansh influenza sound familiar to us currently trying to tamp down the coronavirus, with a couple of interesting exceptions.
GR Disease Conference May Have Spread CoVid-19
'Learning by doing' is probably great advice most of the time. This isn't one of them.
Hope College Says Ill Student Has Been Quarantined [Video]
In a video released to students this morning via Facebook, Hope College President Matthew Scogin addressed concerns over a student's illness possibly being CoVid-19.
Why Hand Washing Is Your Best Friend Against The Flu
The TV news loves to get us wound up about the impact of infectious diseases like the flu and the coronavirus, but rather than get fearful, wash your fricking hands!
Jessica Heeringa Case Featured On National Crime Podcast [Audio]
The mysterious disappearance of young mother Jessica Heeringa baffled police for years, now it's being featured on 'Crime Junkie'.
This Weekend Featured The Most Consecutive Sunny Days Since 2014!
According to some weather experts, it's been almost six years since we've had that much sun on successive days. In a way, that's very depressing.