Been doing this a long time. At KFR, since '87. Have had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Love living here; both my sons were born here. Michael works for the schools, and David graduated Western and is now living the dream in Chicago. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
‘Hamilton’ Coming To DeVos For A Month Next January
The hottest ticket in show business the past few years has been "Hamilton". The national touring company will perform "Hamilton" for a month beginning in January of 2020, in Grand Rapids at Devos Performance Hall.
Upton, Benson, Many Others React To The Passing of John Dingell
Reaction was quick as word spread of the passing of long time Michigan Representative John Dingell, who died Thursday night, just one day after it was announced he had entered hospice care with cancer.
Collectors, Fans: Lansing Lugnuts Will Celebrate Burt Reynolds
He was one of the legendary movie stars, larger than life in many ways. And when obituaries were being written about Burt Reynolds, many people were finding out that while Reynolds indeed was a good 'ol boy from Florida, he started his life out in Lansing.
Talons Out Begins Accepting Applications For Vietnam Veterans
In an emotion filled news conference, Talons Out announced today they will begin accepting Vietnam Era veteran applications, as part of it's One Last Mission to Washington D.C., to visit memorials built in their honor.
Township Tornado Sirens Are Going Away; Not Everyone Is Happy
Kalamazoo Township's decision to de-commission and discontinue its tornado warning sirens this year has some local residents upset.
Another ‘Wine Not’ Enters The Wine Rack of History
Okay, that headline may read a tad pretentious, but it sounded cute at the time. Kalamazoo's Wine Not is anything but pretentious.
Michigan Going After Energy Scammers, Gougers
With an increase in complaints about energy scammers looking to make a "quick buck", Michigan's new Attorney General Dawn Nessel's office announced she has assigned the Consumer Protection team to look at all claims.
Michigan State Cancels Classes For Only The 7th Time Ever
The old saying goes, there's a fine line between genius and lunacy. For some reason that thought came to mind, after hearing the news the for only the seventh time in it's history, Michigan State University is cancelling classes Wednesday due to the extreme cold and snowy weather condition…
Beer News Pours In; Oberon Day is March 25th, And More
A press release from Bell's Brewing is always a perfect way to warm a cold January afternoon.
WMU To Swear In New Board Members, Elect Leaders Wednesday
Western Michigan University's Board of Trustees will gain two new members on Wednesday, and afterward the school board's leadership will be chosen.