Mark Frankhouse joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit as the Midday Host at 103.3 KFR and Night DJ at 104.9 The Edge. He is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, MI in 2012. After working at a Top-40 station in the Big D he is thrilled to call Kalamazoo/ Battle Creek his new home. Mark is a lover of all music, vocalist, and obsessed with the 80's new wave band The Clue. Listen to Mark live weekdays on 103.3 KFR 10 AM - 2 PM and on 104.9 The Edge 7 PM - Midnight.
The Daily Show Makes Hilarious Michigan Joke
The Daily Show on Comedy Central did a short segment on weird sports people have come up with which included witty banter between Roy Wood Jr. and Michigan's own Michael Kosta
Gibson Guitars Founder Had The Sickest Fashion Sense
Your mind may not be prepared for the sheer awesomeness of what it's about to witness.
Message In Bottle Found From Michigan Man Means Free Booze
Their guess on how it made its way to the Gulf from Lake Michigan was that it traveled down the Mississippi River.
6 Y/O Growlers Coach Drake SNAPS After Being Ejected By Umpire
Coach Drake totally lost his cool and began dumping balls and throwing bats on the field, before marching back to home plate and throwing his hat at home plate in anger.
This Michigan Driver Might Like Skulls, We’re Not Sure
First of all, this has got to be the coolest looking car I've ever seen
Baby Shark Live Is Coming To Michigan
Tickets go on sale Friday, July 12 at 10 a.m.
Satellite Records In Kalamazoo Officially Re-Opening
Satellite Records is a staple of the Vine Neighborhood and a recent press release has announced that they are planning an official re-opening party this week
We Have One Of The Most Dangerous Roundabouts In Michigan
It's official. A map was released recently which shows the top 10 most dangerous roundabouts in terms of number of accidents and injuries from said accidents in Michigan in 2018
Portage May Be Replacing 5 Elementary Schools
The total cost to replace all five buildings and make renovations at Mooresbridge are estimated to cost about $127.8 million.
Abandoned Michigan Mall Has An Elephant Buried In Its Parking Lot
a 4-ton circus elephant named Little Jennie, who dropped dead in the afternoon of July 21st, 1972.