I joined The Rocker in March of 2012 as co-host on The Rocker Morning Show. When not on the air, I enjoy long walks on the beach, milkshakes with two straws, and really bad horror movies. Other watchables on my list are British comedies and documentaries. I enjoy drinking good bourbon, knitting, staring at my cats, and volunteering at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre.
Kalamazoo Dream Center – Helping Kzoo Bridge Financial Gaps
If you are in need of Kalamazoo Dream Center's help call (269) 382-4760, or, if you think you'd like to get involved on a volunteer basis helping their mission, click here to complete a volunteer form.
Fire Hub – Veterans Day Food Truck and Thanksgiving Dinners for the Needy
Fire Hub is bringing their brand new food truck to the VA on Tuesday, November 10th. As for Thanksgiving, they're keeping it traditional.
Did You Know the First Public High School Was Built in Kalamazoo?
Nearly 150 years later, Kalamazoo continues to look to the future to provide a more just and equitable community with initiatives like Imagine Kalamazoo, which would have been on the forefront of an out-of-the-box experiment like a tax funded high school.
Michael Gross – Celebrating 30 Years of Tremors with New Movie
"It has its eccentric moments and moments of complete silliness."
Go Inside Michigan’s Haunted Eloise Asylum
COVID has threatened to take away all the fun of spooky season, but you can take a tour of this abandoned facility (historical or paranormal), or even take your own team for an exclusive night of investigation.
Kalamazoo State Theatre’s Herbology 2020 Movie Series
The Kalamazoo State Theatre is going Up in Smoke with their latest movie series.
Rocky Horror Held Over For Midnight Performance at Final Gravity
"With thrilling props, the most outrageous callbacks, boisterous singing along, and stimulating pre-show games, we want these events to be your ultimate ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW – whether this is your 1st or 500th time."
Michael Berryman – On Being a Reluctant Actor and Being on Set with Brandon Lee
"They were casting for another little movie on which I worked 127 days and learned my craft. And that was Cuckoo's Nest."
Drive-Thru Flu Shots this Saturday in Kalamazoo
It's up to us to keep ourselves as healthy as possible for our medical community, and for our neighbors.
Kalamazoo’s Dia de los Muertos Festival Going Virtual for 2020
This is a tradition that goes back over 3,000 years and was celebrated by the Aztecs and other inhabitants of what is now central Mexico.