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.
See the Gifts of Christmas Past in the 1980s Meijer Christmas Commercial
The fashions...the prices...the hair! Head back to Christmas in the Reagan era with this vintage Meijer TV commercial.
Nine New Kalamazoo Restaurants We Love and Four We Will Miss in 2018
The good news is that Kalamazoo saw more new restaurants open in 2018 than old favorites close. The bad news is, now I'm hungry.
Here’s What Kalamazoo Is Saying About HopCat’s Decision to Rename Crack Fries
Offensive? Insensitive? Kalamazoo does not agree with HopCat's decision to rename crack fries. See what Facebook has to say.
Kalamazoo Christmas Shoppers’ Budget Isn’t Very Jolly
How much do Kalamazoo shoppers spend on Christmas? In a study of holiday budgets by city, Kalamazoo is pretty grinchy.
Nobody Actually Eats the Most Popular Christmas Candy in Michigan
Where do they get these people? With all the baking and sweets associated with Christmas, how did this get chosen as Michigan's favorite candy?
If You Thought Kellogg’s Would Never Make Beer…You’re In for a Surprise
Kellogg's Corn Flakes- not just for breakfast anymore. The Battle Creek based company is moving into the world of craft beer.
Fugitive Sought In Multiple States May Be In Kalamazoo
An all-points bulletin has been issued by the Kalamazoo County Sheriff for an unusual suspect.
A Sorrowful Look Inside Kalamazoo’s Checker Cab Plant Just Before They Closed
25+ photos taken hours before the doors were closed one final time at the Checker Cab factory in Kalamazoo.
Dill With It: Pickle-Flavored Ice Cream Is Now A Thing
It's a Christmas miracle! MOO-Ville has just unveiled their newest ice cream flavor: dill pickle.
UK Cafe Encourages Parents to End Screen Time During Mealtime
Free meals for kids if the parents surrender their phones. Should Kalamazoo restaurants adopt this family-friendly policy?