What up Kzoo? I joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit and am now enjoying the role as Digital Managing Editor for Townsquare Media Kalamazoo/ Battle Creek. I graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, MI in 2012. After working at a Top-40 station in Detroit, I moved to Kalamazoo in 2017, and it's the best move I ever made. I'm a lover of all music, a vocalist, wrestling commentator for the Kalamazoo promotion Independence Pro Wrestling, and obsessed with music and entertainment. Catch me weekdays on 103.3 KFR 10 AM - 3 PM & Weekends on 1077 RKR.
This Genius Tip Could Save Your Life If You’re Stranded In A Michigan Snowstorm
Once the car is stopped the first thing you want to do is make a plan, whether it's safe to walk to the nearest town for shelter or hunkering down in your car.
$200,000 Grant Bringing Big Changes To Downtown Sturgis, Michigan
From what we know so far there will be new apartments being built, as well as a new, locally owned & sourced steakhouse.
Glei’s Orchards and Greenhouses In Coldwater Closing January 31st
Regardless of the reason, this was a staple location in Coldwater and people came from all around to visit. The Hillsdale location will remain open during normal business hours and any leftover inventory will be moved there.
First Person to Survive Niagara Falls in a Wooden Barrel Was A Michigan Woman
On October 24, 1901, her 63rd birthday, she was the first person to get in a barrel and plummet over the falls and survive. After being found, Taylor was conscious and except for a small gash on her head, was not harmed seriously in the stunt.
Family In Michigan’s U.P. Uses Winter As A Genius Way To Advertise
Lakenenland is owned by Tom & Lisa Lakenen, and is open 24/7 365 days a yea and its free to enjoy. The 37-acre park is located 15 miles east of Marquette on highway M-28 across from Shot Point road, and has been a staple of the community and may possibly be the most unique spot in all of the Upper Peninsula.
Who Remembers When Michigan Was Rattled With Sonic Booms?
From 1955 to 1973, Americans filed over 40,000 complaints against the Air Force because the endless sonic booms. Because of its strategic location, Illinois, eastern Wisconsin, northern and central Indiana, and Michigan found themselves frequently plagued by this “man-made thunder” from 1960 to 1969.
This Man Makes Michigan Shaped Art Out of Used Michigan License Plates
Originally from Bark River, Michigan, Jeremy Pach now lives in Wisconsin where he makes art dedicated to his own state, but also will make art from other states, with a required 75% deposit.
Woman Captures Beautiful Ice Curtains At Munising Falls In Upper Peninsula
Lisa Parrish, who lives in the upper peninsula, recently went to Munising Falls and captured picturesque visions of a magnificent sunset, with the light of the sun beaming through the ice curtains. What transpired was a colorful display of Michigan's beauty.
This U.P. Charter Plane Delivers Pizza To Michigan Island During Winter
What do you do when you want to get some take-out, but there are no restaurants open in winter, no stores open, and no ferry services until May? Apparently there is a private plane charter that will deliver food for you
Did The Town of Clarksville, MI Once Have A Lost Town In The Woods?
A lost town in the woods is something that was dreamt of by Tim Burton in his 2003 fantasy tall tale film, Big Fish. But according to one resident who once lived in Clarksville, MI, there may have been something similar near Morrison Lake