What up Kzoo? I joined the Townsquare Media team from Detroit and am now enjoying the role as Digital Managing Editor for Townsquare Media Kalamazoo/ Battle Creek. I graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, MI in 2012. After working at a Top-40 station in Detroit, I moved to Kalamazoo in 2017, and it's the best move I ever made. I'm a lover of all music, a vocalist, wrestling commentator for the Kalamazoo promotion Independence Pro Wrestling, and obsessed with music and entertainment. Catch me weekdays on 103.3 KFR 10 AM - 3 PM & Weekends on 1077 RKR.
Video Shows U-haul Truck Erupting In Sparks On Michigan Highway
This new video was captured on Instagram from what appears to be in Southfield and the U-Haul is clearly in distress (notice the hazard lights) and shows the front driver's side tire blown out, with the rotor or rim dragging along the concrete sending a shower of sparks behind it
Here Are Some Michigan Themed Valentines To Give Your Loved One
I think this year instead of spending a ton of money on frivolities you should just keep with the romance and print out these Michigan-themed valentines I made below, design a cute box for your loved one and drop them in to surprise them with Valentine's Day morning
Utica, Michigan Was Once Called Hog’s Hallow
I discovered something about it I had never known before: It used to have a goofy name...Hog's Hallow. Why on earth would anyone ever call this area that name? The history of the area may peer into the reasoning
Story of How This Michigan Pitcher Struck Out Babe Ruth In The U.P.
The publication labeled the game as “the greatest baseball attraction ever to be staged in the upper peninsula” and would later see The Babe crush a 3-run homer but ultimately led to Ruth driving flyballs to the outfield for 15 minutes for the excitement of the crowd.
Rochester Hills Park Transformed Into Giant Light Bright Board
It's a Lite Brite come to life!! Innovation Hills is aglow this holiday season so be sure to stop by and soak in the stunning scenery.
Macomb County Sheriffs Office Raises Some Eyebrows With Elf On A Shelf Photo
The photo they posted last December 4th shows their Elf, Snitch, sitting and watching two inmates play chess, none of which look too pleased
Only Footage of Detroit Legend Milky The Clown Surfaces
Even though he was born in Chicago and lived in Birmingham, MI, Milky The Clown had the burial that is fit for any great magician, as his remains were cremated and scattered over Lake Palmer in Colon, Michigan, the Magic Capital of the World
Michigan Has Had The Least Amount of Weather Disasters of All States Since 1953
Michigan has been the state with the least natural disasters since 1953 as it’s located in the midwest and receives natural protection from the Great Lakes. As a result, the Great Lakes State is generally safe from major natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes. While Michigan has experienced some tornadoes and earthquakes in the past, they have been minor compared to other parts of the country.
VIDEO: Halloween House In Marshall Is Fully Decorated
The 'Halloween House' in Marshall, Michigan is located at the corner of Mansion and High street one block East of the hospital. If possible you'll want to see this in person at night.
Open Letter To Michigan Homeowners: Let Young Adults Trick or Treat
In my opinion, going out Trick or Treating with your friends was something you did for fun and something completely harmless, and now you're depriving that of young adults.
Kalamazoo Native/ NASA Astronaut James McDivitt Passes Away
James Alton McDivitt lived a full and long life and today is celebrated, as he sadly passed away at the age of 93. James was a test pilot, United States Air Force pilot, aeronautical engineer, and NASA astronaut who flew in the Gemini and Apollo programs and grew up in Kalamazoo.
Travel Blogger Flying Over Michigan Captures Mackinac Bridge At 40,000 Feet
I flew from Stockholm, Sweden to Chicago O'Hare. The SAS flight went right over the Straits of Mackinac. Here are photos of Mackinac Island and the Mackinac Bridge from 40,000 feet.