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.
Oh, No! Finley’s Grill Has Closed, Casualty of Covid, Pandemic
Finley's Grill and Smokehouse is closing its West Main Street restaurant location immediately, a victim of falling sales due to the Covid pandemic.
WMU Football: “We. Are. Back.”
"Never say never". In the face of a spate of season cancellations, it appeared there might not be college football played in Michigan this year. But, first, it was the Big Ten, helped by some contentious arm-twisting, then on Thursday, the Pac-12 and the Mountain West, and finally, today, …
New Exec Order From Gov Opens Movies, Bowling, But Masks Students
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer's latest Executive Order will re-open movie theaters and bowling alleys on October 9th. But in a separate order, the Governor ordered students in grades kindergarten and up to wear face covering in classrooms.
The Newest K-Wing Has Quite The Red Wings Pedigree
As soon as I saw the tweet announcing the signing, I thought the name sounded familiar. Bruneteau. Yes, that name is a part of hockey history. And an even bigger part of Detroit Red Wings history.
Short’s 4Q: So Many Interesting Craft Beer Choices
Sometimes, because of where we are, we maybe forget there're other great beer makers in Michigan. But, sometimes, if you take a look around, you can be again reminded that this is the golden age of beer in Michigan.
Oh, No! No Ho Ho Ho: Kalamazoo Holiday Parade Cancelled
Another casualty of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, this year's Kalamazoo Holiday Parade has been cancelled, as the Kalamazoo Downtown Partnership announces an effort to "reimagine" the 2020 holiday season. In addition, the Holly Jolly Trolley will be taking the year off, too.
Just West of Kalamazoo Was Once The Mint Capital of The World
Maybe some of the old-timers who grew up here know the stories, but a few days ago, I just found out the surrounding area just west of Kalamazoo was once the mint capital of the world. And it was right up until the early 1970's, when blight disease killed it.
Is The Bed Bath and Beyond In Portage or Battle Creek Closing?
It's not that I shop there all the time, but I like going to Bed, Bath and Beyond once or twice a year, and picking up an item or two I need. So seeing ominous headlines scares me.
Are You Kidding? As Lions Spiral, Look Whose Name Came Up
Those explosions you're hearing are Lions fans' heads exploding. A Detroit sports fan website has started the inevitable speculation on who will replace Matt Patricia as the next coach of the Detroit Lions.
BB/BS Struggling To Raise Funds Like Are Most Charities
A release from Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southwest Michigan brings to mind a problem that a lot of well meaning charitable organizations are dealing with in this year like no other, 2020; how do you raise money?