ON THE AIR: Monday-Friday 3 pm-7 pm | Saturday 10 am-3 pm | Sunday 12 Noon-3 pm I have been on the radio airwaves here in West Michigan for over 30 years! From Morning Radio to Newstalk. Having grown up in Grand Rapids, it's nice to be able to have such a long broadcasting career in my own hometown. I love Michigan and feel honored to still be in the area doing what I love doing. Along with being on the radio, I sell real estate full time. A few years ago I started a web design company. I live in Cedar Springs. In the little free time that I get, I like to camp, hike, travel, taste new craft beers and hang with friends and family.
World Naked Gardening Day is Saturday, May 1st
It's an event that has been around since 2005 that many have never participated in. It will be World Naked Gardening Day this Saturday, May 1st!
Remembering the Kellogg’s Cereal Factory Tours
If you grew up in Michigan prior to the mid-80s, there is a good chance you went on a trip to Battle Creek to tour the Kellogg's cereal factory. Sunday, April 11th is the anniversary of when Kellogg stopped giving tours of its breakfast-food plant The tours came to an end in 1986.
Dog Friendly Hotel Open in Downtown Grand Rapids
For those that travel with their dog, there is now a dog friendly hotel in downtown Grand Rapids.
Remembering Rosie’s Diner
There was a time when people would make the drive to Rockford, Michigan to have a meal at Rosie's Diner. Those days are long gone. It's sad to see how over the years this destination has gone from a favorite -- to scrap metal.
Only One National Park Fully Closes in the Winter
The National Park System here in the United States encompasses 422 national park sites. These parks span across more than 84 million acres in each state and extend into U.S. territories, including parks in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam. There is only one of those National…
Lego® Sculptures Coming to the Grand Rapids Public Museum
As a kid, I loved playing with Legos. I was excited when I was able to make a rectangular-shaped house look fairly decent. There is an incredible sculptor named Sean Kenney who puts together absolutely stunning works of art made with Legos. His "Wild Connections" exhibit will be making a s…
What to Include in a Coronavirus Time Capsule
It would be interesting if someone did a "Coronavirus Time Capsule". Just what items would we put into the capsule that would represent what we have been going through for the first part of the year 2020.
Ride the Cedar Point Roller Coasters Virtually
This is usually the time of year we start to plan our annual trek to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. This year is so different... Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the park remains closed. But you can still ride the roller coasters -- virtually.
UPDATE: Meet the Sign Language Interpreter for Governor Whitmer
You've seen her on a regular basis on your TV, but you don't know her name and you've never heard her speak! She has been at the side of Governor Gretchen Whitmer during the COVID-19 pandemic updates. Now we know who she is!
Who is the Sign Language Interpreter for Governor Whitmer?
During this COVID-19 pandemic, we have tuned in to watch Governor Gretchen Whitmer give us updates. At her side has been a woman who is interpreting everything the Gov says into American Sign Language for the deaf and hard of hearing. Who is this lady?