I joined The Rocker in March of 2012 as co-host on The Rocker Morning Show. When not on the air, I enjoy long walks on the beach, milkshakes with two straws, and really bad horror movies. Other watchables on my list are British comedies and documentaries. I enjoy drinking good bourbon, knitting, staring at my cats, and volunteering at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre.
Miller Auditorium Announces Postponements and Cancellations
New dates have been confirmed for the productions listed above, and ticket holders have been contacted by email.
Dos and Don’ts While Social Distancing: At the Grocery Store
The Dos and Dont's of shopping while Self-Distancing. If we stick together (while apart), we'll get through this together! Uncle Sam wants YOU to Distance Socially.
Kalamazoo Creates $2M Fund to Help Small Business
Kalamazoo really looks out for it's own. From initiatives to continue eating at local restaurants, to pages to help people get what they need during the outbreak, we really do shine when it comes to helping our neighbors. I'm so pleased that our city is stepping up to do the same.
St Julian Winery Making Hand Sanitizer
This Southwest Michigan winery so steeped in family history has, once again, made history by helping our friends and neighbors stay healthy.
Good Will Urges Public to Stop Dropping Off Donations
Best advise I can give is to delegate a room, or a part of the basement/garage for your donated items to be stored while we, as a whole, get caught up and get back to work.
WMU Solidarity Fund
A group of concerned faculty, staff, and students who want to help facilitate getting help to the most vulnerable members of our community as quickly as possible" have spearheaded The Solidarity Fund for WMU Students and Employees.
Three Ways to Stay Positive During Crisis
We're dealing with an outbreak for the first time in recent history, but these three tips on how to stay positive in a crisis can help at any time. Natural disasters, violence, and certainly illness are all times to keep these things in mind.
Some Good News Amid the Outbreak
In this climate of uncertainty, it seems like there's bad news at every turn. Businesses have closed, employees are furloughed, and travel bans are imminent. We could all use a bit of good news to get ourselves through this tough time. Here. Restore some of your faith in humanity.
Taco Bob Ketteman’s Celebration of Life Postponed
"Taco Bob" Ketteman passed away March 1st at the age of 60. A man with a love for family, community, and tacos, Ketteman opened his first Taco Bob's location in Kalamazoo in 1988. As popularity grew over the next 30 years, he would open five additional locations in Portage, Vicksburg,…
Have You Heard of Pere Cheney? – An Abandoned Michigan Village
Once home to about 1,500 residents in the height of the city's history in the 1870s, Pere Cheney was a promising lumber town that attracted many settlers looking for work. So what happened? Why did this once thriving village turn into a ghost town? Is the town cursed?