ON THE AIR: Monday-Friday 3 pm-7 pm | Saturday 2 pm-6 pm I have been on the radio airwaves here in West Michigan for almost 30 years! From Morning Radio to Newstalk. Having grown up in Grand Rapids, it's nice to be able to have such a long broadcasting career in my own hometown. I love Michigan and feel honored to still be in the area doing what I love doing. Along with being on the radio, I sell real estate full time. A few years ago I started a web design company. I live in Cedar Springs with my dog Moose. In the little free time that I get, I like to camp, hike, travel, taste new craft beers and hang with friends and family.
Ride the Cedar Point Roller Coasters Virtually
This is usually the time of year we start to plan our annual trek to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. This year is so different... Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the park remains closed. But you can still ride the roller coasters -- virtually.
UPDATE: Meet the Sign Language Interpreter for Governor Whitmer
You've seen her on a regular basis on your TV, but you don't know her name and you've never heard her speak! She has been at the side of Governor Gretchen Whitmer during the COVID-19 pandemic updates. Now we know who she is!
The History of the Belknap Highway Mural
We’ve all driven on I-196 in downtown Grand Rapids and seen the mural painted on the wall on the northside of the highway, but what is it all about?
Call the Shopping Police!
I'm having a hard time adapting to the one way aisles at the grocery store!
Who is the Sign Language Interpreter for Governor Whitmer?
During this COVID-19 pandemic, we have tuned in to watch Governor Gretchen Whitmer give us updates. At her side has been a woman who is interpreting everything the Gov says into American Sign Language for the deaf and hard of hearing. Who is this lady?
More Popeyes Chicken Restaurants Coming to Grand Rapids
If you enjoy the New Orleans style chicken offered by Popeyes Chicken -- you are in luck. There will be two more Popeyes Chicken restaurants opening up in the Grand Rapids area.
The Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk has been Cancelled
Each year, between 25,000 and 57,000 people from several states and even foreign countries have come to the walk the Mackinac Bridge. This year the Annual Bridge Walk has been cancelled.
From time to time I’ll see something that becomes very distracting to me (shiny object syndrome) and once I see it, I can’t unsee it and forget about it. One of the disadvantages of having a big screen TV is that some of the things you might not normally notice -- become very clear!
Military Flyover — A Salute for Front Line Workers
The National Guard 127th Wing did a series of multi-city military flyovers to show appreciation to the thousands of Michigan heroes who are at the front line battling COVID-19 and providing the vital support that Michiganders need.
Boulder Ridge Animal Park to Open on Friday
Boulder Ridge Animal Park, located just about 30 minutes east of Grand Rapids in Alto, is getting ready to open up for the season this Friday, May 15th.
The Last Snowbank in Grand Rapids is Almost Gone!
Here it is almost the middle of May and there is still an existing snowbank in the Grand Rapids area! But, it has just about melted away!
10 Things To Do While You Stay at Home
With our mandate by Michigan's Governor Gretchen Whitmer, are you looking for things to do to keep yourself from getting bored? We can help with ten suggestions.