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.
These are the 32 Bars Battle Creek Wants To See Come Back Desperately
How many bars from back in the day have closed? How many have you forgotten until now? We asked and you told us the 32 bars Battle Creek misses the most.
These April Ice Storm Instagram Photos Will Make You Realize How Ridiculous This All Is
Winter has been relentless in the Midwest in 2018. Take a look as a fierce April ice storm hits and Instagram captures its beauty.
Kalamazoo’s Family Health Center Staff Sweats with their Clients at the Kalamazoo Marathon
Denise Crawford, President and CEO of Family Health Center talks about their involvement in Borgess Run Camp and what it means for clients and staff.
Meijer Gardens Reveals 2018 Summer Concert Lineup
The best place in West Michigan to see an outdoor Summer show is Meijer Gardens. They have a diverse lineup of concerts from May 30- September 3.
Tony’s Chop Suey in Battle Creek To Go…No, Really, They’re Closing This Week
A long time Battle Creek favorite, Tony's Chop Suey is closing and a new ethnic restaurant will take its place.
You Can Buy A Piece of the Original Mackinac Bridge…But There’s A Catch
The Mackinac Bridge Authority is auctioning off sections of the original Mighty Mac- be sure you know what you may be taking home.
Kalamazoo Marathon Minute- PNC Bank
Sean Welsh, Regional President of PNC Bank stops by the Rocker Morning Show to talk about PNC's commitment to children, veterans and community.
Is It Actually Illegal To Pick Tulips in Holland, MI
The Tulip Festival is one of the nation's largest celebrations- will you get arrested if you try to take home a souvenir?
This Is How We Do Spring When It Snows in Michigan
Even though it feels like February eleventy-second, that won't stop us from enjoying Spring in Michigan by any means necessary.
Cubs Home Opener Snowed Out at Wrigley Field; Sox Play Ball in Chicago
It was a tale of two cities in Chicago as the Cubs' home opener was snowed out yet the Sox played a home game just 10 miles away.