A Michigan man my whole life, I grew up in Holland and worked in Battle Creek for more than 10 years before finding a radio home in Kalamazoo. When I'm not on the radio you'll find me running, biking or reading a good book. I recently made the move to mornings where I'm joined by another Kalamazoo radio legend, Dave Benson. You can check us out weekdays from 6 to 10.
Anti-Vaxxers Target this Popular Michigan Company for Boycott
Cancel culture wants to cancel Carhartt. Those opposed to vaccinations aren't warming up to the company's mandate for employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Bed Bath & Beyond is Closing 37 Stores, Including 1 in Michigan
That 20% off coupon may finally expire for good as Bed Bath and Beyond is closing 37 stores nationwide by the end of February. One is in southwest Michigan.
Take a Peaceful ASMR Christmas Walk on Mackinac Island [Video]
The holidays look remarkably different on Mackinac Island as the hustle and bustle of rush hour is replaced by the sounds of footsteps on fresh snow.
This Remote Northern Michigan Spot is Exactly Halfway Between the Equator and the North Pole
The 45th parallel is equidistant from the Earth's equator and Santa's workshop at the North Pole. You'll find it on the third finger of your Michigan hand-map.
See Striking Photos from a Northern Michigan Snowshoe Hike
One of Michigan's most beautiful state parks looks enchanting under a blanket of fresh snow. A hiker documented his snowshoe trek on the Old Growth Forest and Au Sable River trails at Grayling's Hartwick Pines State Park.
Four Michigan Holiday Train Rides that are Not the Polar Express
The Pere Marquette 1225 can be expensive and sells out every year. This Christmas, punch your ticket on one of these other four Michigan holiday train rides.
This Michigan Man Forges Custom Knives from Mackinac Bridge Steel
From the fires of Ben Graber's workshop at his Michigan backwoods family farm come unmatched, custom blades. His hobby may be turning into a red-hot career.
Getting to Deer Camp in the Upper Peninsula Used to be a Lot More Trouble Before the Mackinac Bridge Was Finished
Prior to the Mackinac Bridge opening in 1957, hunters lined overnight up for the car ferry to get to Mackinac Island for the opening day of deer season.
Popular Mackinac Island Ferry Docked for the Winter
The tourist season is officially over as one company has pulled all their boats for the winter. Find out how locals make the essential trip to the mainland.
Free Rides Across the Bridge are Back, But are No Longer Free
The Mackinac Bridge Authority has reinstated the driver assistance program where they will chauffeur you across the span, but now it will cost you.