Radio geeks like me loved watching 'WKRP In Cincinnati', but I never thought anyone would take the time to compile a list of every song ever played on the show during its run from 1978-1982, but here it is. And the first one has Michigan roots.
We all want to be known for something and now Grand Rapids is known for a photo of the giant pothole on the Wealthy Street bridge over 131 which shot to the front page of Reddit yesterday, prompting tons of comments.
March Madness is set to tip off this week, and both Michigan and Michigan State are three seeds. One was the regular season champion, the other was the tournament champion of the Big Ten.
So who's is built for the longer tournament run?
This 1977 promotional video about the old International Hockey League is gold to someone like me who lived the 'Slap Shot; days of the Muskegon Mohawks, Flint Generals, Saginaw Gears, Kalamazoo Wings and the Port Huron Flags.
Sunday night, March 11, I will perform a stand up set as part of a local comedian showcase at LaughFest, which will complete a goal I had when I first moved here four years ago.
The question is, has anyone else ever done this?
Driving down certain streets in Grand Rapids is more challenging than negotiating a Winter Olympics slalom course. (I'm looking at you, Diamond Avenue!)
But there are some things here in Beer City we can use to plug those ugly potholes right now.
They called it a 100-year flood. In April 2013, the Grand River crested at 21.8 feet, which was a 100-year high.
So what do you call it when the second highest flood in history comes less than five years later?
The famed evangelist Billy Graham passed away yesterday. He was 99 years old.
Billy was well know for his fiery passion from the pulpit, but long before Billy Graham became a religious icon around the world, he delivered a sermon that inspired young people in Grand Rapids in 1947. We found a copy of…
Today is George Washington's Birthday, and recently I stumbled upon an article about a giant George Washington bust made of metal in a field in northern Michigan.
But who knew there was a Gerald Ford head, too?