What up Kzoo? I joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit and am now enjoying the role as Digital Managing Editor for Townsquare Media Kalamazoo/ Battle Creek. I graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, MI in 2012. After working at a Top-40 station in Detroit, I moved to Kalamazoo in 2017, and it's the best move I ever made. I'm a lover of all music, a vocalist, wrestling commentator for the Kalamazoo promotion Independence Pro Wrestling, and obsessed with music and entertainment. Catch me weekdays on 103.3 KFR 10 AM - 3 PM & Weekends on 1077 RKR.
A Small Part of Kalamazoo’s Great Lakes Shipping Co. Lives On At Small Coffee Shop
Recently, a man took to social media to express his joy of discovering that Great Lakes Shipping Company's memory is not being forgotten, as a little piece of their establishment is being used today at a local coffee shop
Kalamazoo Parents Weigh In On Whether They’d Use Baby Formula Past Its Date
One major question which has most likely come up among parent amidst the baby formula shortage is whether or not it's safe to use the formula past it's use by date. As a parent we wanted to ask whether or not you would use formula if you were in a pinch, even though it surpassed it's date
The Man Who Invented Paint By Number Was Born In Detroit
His name is Dan Robbins and he was bornin Detroit 97 years ago in 1925. Detroit Historical talks about how he got his start and ultimately gained success:
Detroit’s Michael Jackson/Prince Impersonator A Treasure To The Community
Calvin is a treasure, spreading love during these hard times. He always cheers us up when we drive by - he changes the world around him.
Exploring St. Joseph’s “Bad Bluff” Car Graveyard
People were throwing all kinds of debris over the side of the bluff to save their homes back in the late 1960s, including home appliances, furniture, and cars.
Fact or Fiction: The Urban Legend of Leonard, MI’s Dunn’s Tomb
The Urban Legend of Dunn's Tomb in Leonard, MI was possibly one of the biggest and most well known haunted myths of the Rochester area as far back as I can remember. It could be compared to the urban myth that Elvis was seen in a Kalamazoo Burger King in the 80's or even the well known dark history of the Black Path
Former Kalamazoo Lassies Baseball Player Celebrates 90th Birthday
Ysora was a 2nd and 3rd baseman for the 1949 Colleens, the 1950-51 Muskegon/Kalamazoo Lassies and the 1951 Kenosha Comets. She never won a league title with any of the teams she was one, but the opportunity led to some big moments in her career, including the chance to was play in Yankee Stadium and warming up with Hall of Fame shortstop, Phil Rizzuto
The Story of the Psychedelic Band From Kalamazoo In The 1960’s, “The Thyme”
They had held the top charts in Ann Arbor, flint and Detroit, with there cover of 'love to love' the band also had a great single called 'somehow' that sat at the top of the charts for sometime. ‘
Gaylord Woman Shares Near Death Experience From Tornado Online
The most terrifying experience of my life. I just watched a tornado tear through Hobby Lobby while i stood frozen in the isle. The screams. Watching the roof come off. The wind and the rain and the darkness crushed through the back of the store and I just stood there and watched because I had no idea how to take cover.
Watch This 400lb Detroit Zoo Gorilla Make Friends With Tiny Groundhog
Recently Alex Phillips was visiting the Detroit Zoo when he noticed a 400 lb Silverback gorilla was fiddling with something on the ground. When he pulled out his camera and zoomed in, you could see the gorilla giving gentle pats and pets to a tiny groundhog