What up Kzoo? I joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit as the Midday Host at 103.3 KFR and am now in 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, and obsessed with the 80's new wave band The Clue. Catch me weekdays on 103.3 KFR 10 AM - 3 PM.
Top 10 Restaurants People Want In Kalamazoo
We had over 300 people put their suggestions in and we were able to add up the Top 10. It was close with the final 3, but we think these are the most requested restaurants people want to see come to The Zoo
You Can Request A Trader Joe’s In Your City & St. Joseph Is Taking Full Advantage
The lady, living in St. Joseph, has asked her community to request one come there and has already convinced around 100 people to do the same.
Monster Mash & Zombie Prom Returning To Sturgis
Unfortunately this event is not kid friendly and in order to get in you have to be 21 years of age or older. Individual tickets are $15 but couples tickets are $25.
Chicago Group Falls Short of Their Largest Dog Wedding Ceremony World Record
Over the weekend, the group was unable to achieve their goal, only gathering 80 pairs, or 160 dogs. But regardless of falling short, everyone who brought their dogs to Villa Park had a great time.
Famous Detroit Dance Show “The Scene” Returns This Weekend
The Scene, Detroit's very own dance show that reigned supreme during the late the 70's to 1987 is making a much un-suspected but highly anticipated return this weekend only on Friday September 24th and 25th.
Traverse City Culver’s Employee Helps Out Distraught Customer
A Traverse City woman Katie Anderson is an incredibly brave woman who took to social media this morning, as she herself had hit a breaking point in public. But rather than being shamed, a Culver’s employee came up and did something truly special for her.
Housing Project In Muskegon Was Once Forest Home Cemetery
Apparently, the Forest Home Cemetery established in 1982 had 24 total burials, was defunct in 1910 and the bodies of those who had passed away were moved to Oakwood Cemetery in Muskegon. Later, the plot of land which once held the cemetery would become the site of a government housing project in 194…
Historic M&M Grille In Colon Being Transformed Into Magic Capital Grille
The M&M Grille which has been located at 218 East State Street for many years has seen some great times. The original was called the M & M Soda Grill. The "M & M" stood for Margaret and Morris, who were the first owners of the shop.
West Michigan Woman Selling Set of 3 Joe Louis Arena Chairs
Authentic Joe Louis Arena Seats with Certificate of Authenticity. These seats are numbered 12, 13, 14 and are in original working order.
Bewitching Peddlers of Halloween Returning To Marshall
This event consists of three dozen of the most talented artisans in the genre of Halloween. Many artists will be familiar faces and we will also introduce a few new Peddlers