Mark Frankhouse joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit as the Midday 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.
Having A Rad Mullet Could Win You $500 From This Michigan Business
What are ya waiting for? Head on over to 104 S Leroy Street in Fenton from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Priority Health & Battle Creek YMCA Giving Away Thousands of Free Diapers
Thanks to Priority Health's nearly $40,000 donation, starting June 24th through August 12th on every Wednesday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., families can drive through to pick up diapers and wipes at the Battle Creek Family YMCA
Check The New List of Kalamazoo Facebook Marketplace Marvels
This week there are a few phones on the list and no shortage of amazing descriptions. They're yours for the taking, that is, if it hasn't been sold
Afterlife Road Webseries Investigates Haunted Kalamazoo Cemetery
During the spirit box session, they hear a disembodied voice say, what they believe to be, 'You'll Die!'
Michigan Made Festival Aims For July Celebration
It'll be their 2nd Annual Michigan Made Festival held from July 17th - 19th, and will feature some of the best Michigan beers & cocktails along with crafts, artists, food, shopping and live music from Michigan bands & more
For The First Time In 87 Years, Hudsonville Fair Is Cancelled
The progression of Michigan's Safe Start Plan had a lot to do with the ultimate decision made by those in charge of the fair:
Kalamazoo & Battle Creek Are About To Get A Ton Of Peaches
They have Fresh Georgia Peaches available by the 25 lb. box for $43, and also pecans by the 10 oz. bag (shelled & halved) for $10.
Midland Woman Recovers Her Mother’s Ashes Weeks After Flood
One woman, Kathy Parsch, was lucky enough to find the most important possession she had, her mother's ashes. Her and a friend had searched her house 8 times before finally finding the small containe
More Marketplace Marvels In Kalamazoo
I deliver 3 more unique, odd and interesting things that are listed right now on the Kalamazoo Markeplace.
What Street In Kalamazoo Should Have “Black Lives Matter” Painted On It?
Many feel the time is right for this, so a smart man would bet on seeing this happen within the week.