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.
Dinner & Drinks: Traverse City’s Top Rated Restaurants
Northern Michigan is opening up this weekend. Ready for a night out? These are Traverse City's best bars and restaurants according to Yelp! reviews.
The Capri Drive-In Is Open: Here Are the New COVID-19 Rules
It seems the drive in is perfect for social distancing. There are a few more things you need to know before you pack up the family for a night out at the movies.
Get Outside: Kalamazoo Nature Center Trails Are Open and Free
More than 10 miles of trails that wind through woods, wetlands and prairies are open to the public right now without a Kalamazoo Nature Center membership.
Napping from Home: Michiganders are Sleeping on the Job
For some, "work from home" means a nice comfortable bed to grab a cat nap between Zoom meetings. A staggering number of Michigan workers are catching 40 winks.
How to Fulfill Your Dream of Racing at Kalamazoo Speedway
Just how fast does your grocery-getter go? Donate a bag of non-perishable food items and you can cruise a few laps at Kalamazoo Speedway.
Sail into Memorial Day Weekend with a Virtual Yacht Rock Party
Break out the gold chains, champagne and smooth sounds of the 70s as Kalamazoo State Theatre hosts a yacht rock livestream event to kickoff Summer.
Please DO Feed the Animals. Sweetwater’s Helps Binder Park Zoo
Are you ready for the animal crackers donut? You can feed your sweet tooth at Sweetwater's Donut Mill and help feed the animals at Binder Park Zoo.
Alamo on Demand Brings Independent Movies Back to Kalamazoo
It's not the same as the old Alamo Drafthouse Cinema downtown, but now you can watch movies you can't see anywhere else at home with a new streaming service.
92% of Michigan’s Unemployed are Getting the Money they Need
The Unemployment Insurance Agency has paid out more than $5.5 Billion in unemployment claims related to COVID-19 to Michigan workers displaced by the pandemic.
Why the September Mackinac Bridge Walk was Cancelled in May
A Michigan tradition is over. At a special meeting on May 13, the Mackinac Bridge Authority made a unanimous decision to call off the 2020 bridge walk due to COVID-19 concerns. Why now?