What I call “laughin’ and scratchin’, I’ve been doing a long time. I grew up in Chicago, and the long and winding road of radio brought me to Kalamazoo in January of ‘87. Had an awful lot of fun at one special radio station, next door, but like Tom Brady, let’s see what we can do here. Both my sons were born here. Michael lives here and is a long time Rocker listener, and David is now living the dream in Chicago, hoping to be a comedy writer. Proud to say they're my best friends, as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
‘Chasing Classic Cars” Wayne Carini Will Be at Gilmore Saturday
With "car" in his last name, how could Wayne Carini not be into cars, and restoration? The host of "Chasing Classic Cars" will be at Gilmore Car Museum on Saturday, which happens to be Ford Model A Day at the museum.
Two Reasons The Michigan State Police Say ‘Slow Down’
The Michigan State Police sends out pictures to us all the time. They're almost always related to something tragic or criminal. There were two fatal crashes over the past weekend.
Another Amazing Corn Maze Message From Gull Meadow Farms Revealed
It's an interesting time in our country right now. These are heady, historic times, not just with a world-wide pandemic, but also with so many social issues being talked about and debated, left and right. For any business to take a stand or to even show a point of view is a slippery slope, but …
On This National Dog Day, Some Fun Facts About Our Michigan Dogs
Seeing that it's National Dog Day, the first question that popped in my head is, "I wonder what Michigan's favorite breeds of dog are". And with a little digging, like for a bone in the back yard, I found something a bit surprising.
Refreshment For the Dog Days of Summer – A New Bell’s Beer
It's the final month of summer, which if you believe some surveys, hasn't lived up to many people's expectations. But the brewmasters at Bell's have something new for you to try. It's a new wheat beer named Rind over Matter.
In 1975, Detroit Lions Played Their First Game At Silverdome
August 23rd, 1975. Where were you? Were you even born yet. It was the day the Detroit Lions played their first game at the then brand spanking new Pontiac Silverdome.
Sting Rocked The First Concert at The Palace of Auburn Hills 33 Years Ago
It was just thirty three years ago today, that Sting did the first concert at the Palace of Auburn, which at the time was a state of the art arena that opened less than a decade after the legendary Olympia closed in Detroit, and a few years after the Joe Louis Arena opened up.
Grill This! A Bun Perfect For a Michigan Cookout Up North Or Here
I like to joke about some of these new products as being "the answer to all our hopes, dreams and yes, prayers". I know that's way over the top, but when I saw this new mustard flavored bun from French's, I thought, yes, I'd like to at least try it once.
Passion of An Air Zoo Restoration Project: Critical WWII Aircraft
There's something very special about a restoration project. Sometimes it's a historic home; sometimes it's a classic car. But for this group, many with military and service backgrounds, the passion is for aircraft.
’74 AMC Hornet Stolen in Battle Creek Similar to Classic James Bond Movie Car
Car theft happens all the time, but it's not often that it's a forty-seven year old classic.
Now It’s Ugly! Officials Say Old Owner ‘Robbed’ Kellogg Mansion
An already contentious situation is getting uglier.
‘Otherworldly’ Photos Give a Peek At A Lake Superior Shipwreck
"Otherworldly" is the word that first comes to mind when you see these photographs. The images are from a Lake Superior shipwreck, one with a possibly fascinating history, made all the more interesting by the mystery attached to it.