Been doing this a long time. At KFR since '87. Had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Also, since coming to Kalamazoo, both my sons were born here, and are living here now. Michael works for the schools, and David is wrapping up a degree at Western. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
BPZ’s Reptile Weekend Is Back
How do you get a group of excited children mesmerized? Binder Park Zoo will show you, during Reptile Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, August 4th & 5th.
Firekeepers Adding Second Hotel Tower
The gaming business is good at Firekeepers. So good, in fact, that another major expansion will be getting under way soon, to build a second hotel tower.
Chris Chelios Is Leaving Wings, Going Back To Chicago. Here’s Why
Reading a Detroit News story on how weird it was for Red Wing fans when the team traded for Chris Chelios in 1999, and how equally it initially felt for Chelios, really brought back the same memories to me.
Big Change At The Big House – University of Michigan to Unveil Blue Endzones
Big change at the Big House, indeed. For the first time in Michigan football history, the end zones won't be green.
Best of Times, Worst of Times: 21 Years Ago When Red Wings Won The Stanley Cup
June 7th, 1997. I'm pretty sure any Red Wings die-hard remembers that date like it was yesterday. It was the night the Red Wings finally won the Stanley Cup, after a 42 year drought of, at times, epic proportion.
Kalamazoo Airport Picks Up $4.65 Million Grant To Rehab Runways
The Department of Transportation has awarded the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport a $4.65 Million dollar grant that will be used to fix up and repair the airport's runways and infrastructure.
MSU Reaches Half Billion Dollar Settlement With Nassar Survivors
Michigan State University has agreed to pay a half billion dollars to 332 victims/survivors who said they were sexually assaulted by former MSU sports medicine doctor, Larry Nassar.
Kellogg’s Shuts Down Operations in Venezuela As Conditions Deteriorate
Battle Creek based Kellogg's in the latest company to cease operations in Venezuela. The oil-rich country is in the midst of an economic crisis.
R.I.P. The Menards Guy
If I told you Ray Szmanda died, you'd probably say "who?" But if I told you he was "The Menards Guy", you'd probably know exactly who that is.
Kalamazoo-born Gibson Guitar Files For Bankruptcy
The Gibson Guitar Company, which began in Kalamazoo over 100 years ago, filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday.