I joined The Rocker in March of 2012 as co-host on The Rocker Morning Show. When not on the air, I enjoy long walks on the beach, milkshakes with two straws, and really bad horror movies. Other watchables on my list are British comedies and documentaries. I enjoy drinking good bourbon, knitting, staring at my cats, and volunteering at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre.
Three Ways to Stay Positive During Crisis
We're dealing with an outbreak for the first time in recent history, but these three tips on how to stay positive in a crisis can help at any time. Natural disasters, violence, and certainly illness are all times to keep these things in mind.
Bronson Healthcare Cancels Elective Surgeries
According to a message on posted today on their website, they are cancelling all elective surgeries.
Taco Bob Ketteman’s Celebration of Life Postponed
"Taco Bob" Ketteman passed away March 1st at the age of 60. A man with a love for family, community, and tacos, Ketteman opened his first Taco Bob's location in Kalamazoo in 1988. As popularity grew over the next 30 years, he would open five additional locations in Portage, Vicksburg,…
Kalamazoo Civic Theatre and Farmers Alley Address Coronavirus Concerns
According to a recent press release and Facebook posting, two theatres in Kalamazoo are making every effort to ensure safe and sanitized theatre spaces.
Should Kalamazoo Bars Start Serving Safety Shots?
With three college campuses in Kalamazoo, and new faces flooding our bar scene every year, a Michigan version of the Owl Shot might be something bar owners think about implementing in the future to help women stay safe.
The Big Draft Men’s Event for Big Brothers Big Sisters Kalamazoo
Learn about Big Brothers Big Sisters and how you can positively impact a child in our area Wednesday, March 11th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Michigan Gaming Control Board Green Lights Sports Betting Starting March 11th
The Board is still working out online betting, which remains a little ways away.
Have You Heard of Pere Cheney? – An Abandoned Michigan Village
Once home to about 1,500 residents in the height of the city's history in the 1870s, Pere Cheney was a promising lumber town that attracted many settlers looking for work. So what happened? Why did this once thriving village turn into a ghost town? Is the town cursed?
Grand Traverse Distillery-Kalamazoo Tasting Room is Closing
Their tasting room in Kalamazoo will close for good, March 15th. Right now merchandise is marked down to 30% off, and their regular business hours will remain in effect until that date, and all scheduled events will be observed, including their weekly Blues Jam, Saturday's Finale Jam, Matthew B…
Comerica Bank Teams Up with Cinderella Project in Kalamazoo to Make Dreams Come True
Bring your new or gently used prom dresses, jewelry, shoes, purses, and wraps, and whatever else you think would complete the prom dream for an area teen.