I have enjoyed working in the radio broadcast industry for over 50 years. I'm married, and live in Grand Ledge. I enjoy walks in our awesome parks, travelling, working in the yard, playing cards, and hanging with family. I grew up in the south, and have worked from Miami to Seattle in radio. I've been a Michigan resident for 18 years now, and I'm done moving!
Take a Look Inside the Historic Fisher Estate [PICTURES]
Fisher Body in Detroit was founded by the family more than 100 years ago. They turned out to be the largest manufacturer of auto bodies in the entire world.
The Polar Vortex May be On Its Way
The term ‘polar vortex” has become popular on social media over the past few years, but it’s not new. Folks in polar regions experience it every year.
More Liquor License Suspensions at 5 More Restaurants For Ignoring Covid Rules
There have so far been a total of 26 liquor license suspensions since September after violating the Covid-19 Pandemic orders, which is now extended until January 15
What Are The Chances of A White Christmas in Mid-Michigan?
It’s possible we could have at least an inch on the ground for Christmas day
Lansing Fast Food Restaurants Everyone Should Know About
Americans love their fast food. And some of the best fast food comes from local and statewide venues, not always the National Fast-Food chains.
Magical Drive Thru Light Shows in Michigan You Need to Experience This Holiday Season
Depending on where you live it may take an hour to get to one, but the Christmas spirit awaits, and it will be worth the drive. There are many Christmas Light displays in Michigan this year, I’m focusing on three
Sports Betting Online Coming to Michigan – Pistons Join In
Michigan is on track to legalize online sports betting by mid or late December, after the rules have been approved
These Are Without a Doubt the Most Annoying Roads to Drive On in Lansing and East Lansing
Wherever you drive in Lansing or East Lansing, I am sure you have your own list of questionable roads and intersections that you could add to our list.
No, the Increase in Michigan Coronavirus Cases is Not Driven by More Testing
The idea that the current spike is all about testing is “an absurd notion,” said Joel Strasz, health officer with Bay County Health Department.
Michigan State University Announces Plans for Spring Semester
January 11, 2021 is the start of their undergraduate classes which will run until April 23rd