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.
Now You Can Put Bernie Sanders Anywhere in Southwest Michigan
A brilliant developer has created a hilarious meme-generator that puts Bernie Sanders and his mittens in Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Paw Paw or anywhere you want.
Eddie Vedder Headlines Eclectic Benefit Show Supported by KST
The Tibet House Benefit Concert is one of New York City's most celebrated cultural events. Kalamazoo State Theatre is a presenting sponsor and has ticket info.
Join the Crew! Michigan Maritime Museum is Looking for Sailors
Trim the sails and chart the course from South Haven to the 19th Century when you spend your Summer crewing on the tall ship replica Friends Good Will.
Look for the Full Wolf Moon Before January is Over
Cross your fingers for clear skies over Kalamazoo and Southwest Michigan as the first full moon of 2021 appears.
Michiganders Have Saved More than $200 a Month Since “Lockdown”
Call it COVID credit. The restrictions on bars, restaurants, and theaters, along with cautious financial decisions have saved us money.
Jim Brickman Valentine Concert to Benefit Kalamazoo State Theatre
Jim Brickman has been a Christmas favorite at Kalamazoo State Theatre, and now you can create a new Valentine's tradition with this special virtual concert.
One Hit Wonder Wednesday: Warming Up a Michigan Winter
We don't have a lot of snow, but it's been a cold week. Warm up your Wednesday night with these tropical Summer songs on the Night Shift.
Is This the Least Snowiest Winter Ever for Kalamazoo & West Michigan?
With a total of just over 7" of snowfall so far, 2020 has tied 1932 for the least snowiest Winter on record. Remember, there's a long way to go.
This is NOT an Arcade
The technology is incredible, and kids today have so many things we didn't, but they're missing out on the arcade experience.
Light Up the Night to Remember and Honor COVID-19 Victims on 1/19
Southwest Michigan is encouraged to join in a national moment of unity and remembrance of all those that have died because of the Coronavirus pandemic.