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.
The Benson Show Quickie Is Back. Thanks, Roseanne
This whole Roseanne mess had been a) sad, b) infuriating, c) fascinating, d) tragic, e) all of the above or f) has brought about a return of the Benson Show Quickie
Vicksburg Man Proves Real People Do Win The Lottery
I don't about you, but I've never met a lottery winner. But with Michigan's anonymity law, I wouldn't have known anyway, unless I'd been told. But the Michigan Lottery sent a press release today. A Vicksburg man won $300,000.
First Black Kalamazoo Mayor Gil Bradley Dies at 77
Former Kalamazoo mayor Gilbert Bradley died Friday at the age of 77. Bradley was the first Black mayor of Kalamazoo.
We’re Going Old School With This Saturday’s DooDah Parade
There was a time when the DooDah parade was really fun. It's still fun, but it's not what it was when at least a half dozen entries were able to make you laugh out loud. Well, that's going to change this Saturday.
Can We Agree On Anything?
Earlier this week, I saw a picture on the City of Kalamazoo's Facebook page. Temporary rainbow colored crosswalks have been laid down at Rose and South streets. Paid for privately. And yet.
Somebody Really Thinks This Is A Solution? Are You Kidding Me?
Freakin' geniuses. You're going to take a hot button issue and throw gasoline on it? Yep, that's the solution to everything these days..
Help Feed the Hungry with Binder Park Memorial Day Food Drive
With gasoline prices skyrocketing north of $3 a gallon and the upcoming holiday weekend looming, here's a way to keep it close, entertain the kids, and feed hungry people in the area.
This Now May Be The Ultimate Road Trip For A Kalamazooan
Thirty years, a Kalamazoo teacher wrote a book about what I always have believed would be the ultimate roadtrip for me. Now I may have an even better idea.
UPDATE: Venezuela Seizes Kellogg’s Plant
The Venezuela government has taken over a Kellogg's manufacturing plant just days after the Battle Creek based cereal giant shut it down and prevented workers from entering, due to deteriorating economic conditions in the country.
Kalamazoo Public Schools Teacher Job Fair Is Friday Afternoon
With a whole new group of graduates entering the job market, along with some existing teachers looking to work in Kalamazoo, Friday afternoon's Teacher Job Fair will be an opportunity for all to connect of positions available.