Paper or plastic? Other than bagging groceries at the A&P in town or milking cows on Daddy and Mother’s dairy farm, I’ve only ever worked “on-air” in radio. After high school, I read the obituary report on the Lapeer radio station (yep, same frequency) and was a Mortarman in the 4rth Infantry Division in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Bringing free-form radio back to Detroit in creating and hosting "The Rif Rock Café” and being “Your Afternoon Coffey Break” were high-points of my radio career in the Motor City. I’m glad for the opportunity to entertain and inform listeners every morning on US 103.1, to promote the neighborhood and to be part of the community I grew up in.
40 Years Ago, The Van Halen Seed of Success is Planted [VIDEO]
A great rocking band from Pasadena, California
Nature Journaling, February Nights & Wild Canines
Looking for animal tracks and writing a story plus learn about coyotes.
Clean Cut Matt Takes Over Detroit Lions [VIDEO]
He promised to field a hard-working and high-character team.
Candlelight Ski and a Bonfire at Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area
Conditions look good with the new snowfall.
Dogs and Cats Get a Lot of Valentine Love
Spending on pets is expected to jump 27 percent this year,
Beatlemania Touches Down at Kennedy Airport [VIDEO]
From that moment Beatlemania was spreading across the U.S.A. like a wildfire.
Remembering Bob Marley [VIDEO]
He was the man who introduced the world to the great sounds of reggae music.
Lapeer Eagles Chinese Dinner
6th Annual Chinese Dinner benefiting Lapeer Families Against Narcotics.
Paczkis and a KISS
Find out about KISS (Keeping Independent Seniors Safe) Program.
Paul Simon’s Homeward Bound – The Farewell Tour Hits DTE
Paul is bringing his performing career to an end.
The Day the Music Died [VIDEO]
One of the saddest moments in rock and roll history.
DNR Conservation Officer Recruit School
It takes one year before candidates become full-fledged conservation officers.