Mark Frankhouse joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit as the new Mid Day Host at 103.3 KFR and Night DJ at 104.9 The Edge. He is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, MI in 2012. After working at a Top-40 station in the Big D he is thrilled to call Kalamazoo/ Battle Creek his new home. Mark is a lover of all music, vocalist, and obsessed with the 80's new wave band The Clue. Listen to Mark live weekdays on 103.3 KFR 10 AM - 2 PM and on 104.9 The Edge 7 PM - Midnight.
These Ghost Apples Will Blow Your Mind
The apples that were still left on trees got a nice dose of the winter weather which led to a strange phenomena occurring
Secretary Of State Getting A Much Needed Digital Upgrade
A new upgrade coming this month will add new online options and a more modern record system for residents.
Police Officer Demoted For Recording Racially-Angled Snapchat Video
The officer also used a 'Celebrate Black History Month' filter on videos he shot with captions 'Black Girl Magic' and 'This Is What Black Girl Magic Looks Like.'
Is Pavel Datsyuk About To Come Back To The Red Wings?
Datsyuk's KHL contract ends this year and there is rumor and quite possibly a chance he may once again return to the Red Wings
Michigan Won’t Have Its Favorite Valentine’s Candy This Year
Amazon is selling boxes of candy hearts starting at $9, and on eBay, an eight-pack box of candies is selling for $12.
Come Eat Cereal At The World’s Largest Breakfast Table In Battle Creek
Cereal Fest returns to the Festival Market Square in Battle Creek
Kalamazoo Brewery Hosting Beer & Girl Scout Cookie Pairing
Tibbs brewing company in Kalamazoo is hosting the event and pairing an assortment of girl scout cookies with their craft beer.
Beautifully Restored Map Of Kalamazoo From 1874 You Have To See
The map shows a bird’s eye view of Kalamazoo as it used to be, including street names and old landmarks which are numbered.
The Wizard Of Oz Returning To Theaters For 80th Anniversary
It is arguably the greatest film that has ever been made. Almost 80 years later, The Wizard Of Oz can go toe-to-toe with any movie that has come out since 1939.
It Took Over A Foot Of Snow To Finally Close This Upper Peninsula University
Monday, Sault Ste. Marie had a record-breaking snow fall with 12.3 inches, according to the National Weather Service.