I was born one of a family of eight in Saginaw, Michigan. We were loud and more often talked 'at' each other than 'to' each other, a skill which is perfect for radio. After graduating from Central Michigan University, I worked at a station in Northern Michigan that had as much wattage as a refrigerator light bulb. I went from there to working on a Mexican radio station, where I was eventually kicked out for being an illegal immigrant. My radio travels then took me to the Michigan Lakeshore at 104.5 WSNX and then on to Baltimore, where I enjoyed a modicum of success, which in this business is rewarded with a shove out the door. In my spare time, I enjoy hurting myself with homemade CrossFit workouts and flinging paint on canvas and calling it 'art'. I also have three daughters, who think I teach college for a living.
CMU Fires Head Basketball Coach Keno Davis
Central Michigan has parted ways with basketball coach Keno Davis after nine seasons, most of them mediocre.
Watch: Drone Video Of The Lake Michigan Shoreline
The deep freeze followed by a quick warm up has left for some interesting change on the Lake Michigan shoreline.
A Week Of Memorializing Wrecks On The Great Lakes [Video]
Although the Edmund Fitzgerald gets most of the attention because of the Gordon Lightfoot ballad, the days in history surrounding the wreck were way more deadly on the Great Lakes.
Can We Survive The Dr Pepper Shortage?
Be a Pepper? Sure, but what if there's few Peppers to be had?
The Deepest Hole In Michigan
Lake Superior reaches a depth of 1335 feet, and that pothole you hit last spring sure felt like it was 2000 feet deep, but those pale in comparison to a hole drilled in the '70s.
MHSAA To Limit Spectators At State Tournaments
As March Madness ramps up at the same time as the CoVid-19 cornonavirus, the ruling body for Michigan High School sports say they will not ban, but limit, spectators at state tournament events.
The Detroit Lions Celebrate Their 85th Birthday [Video]
The Detroit Lions open their 85th season this Sunday. Here's a trip back to 1934 and the moment they were awarded a franchise.
The Palace Set To Auction Off Pistons Memorabilia
The Palace of Auburn Hills is slated to be torn down later this year, in the meantime, the old home of the Detroit Pistons basketball team is auctioning off all it stuff.
Video Shows A Raucous Crowd After The GR Fireworks [Video]
Rain didn't deter the large crowds from mixing it up following the fireworks display downtown Saturday night.
Tigers’ Home Field Ranked One Of The Worst In The Major Leagues
As the Tigers get ready to open the 2019 season tomorrow in Toronto, their home field just got publicly bashed.
There Might Be Meth On That Bottle You’re Picking Up
Springtime means clean up time around Michigan, but at least one state sheriff's department is warning that there might be meth residue on that plastic bottle you're picking up.
Michigan and Michigan State Will Play For Big 10 Title Saturday
When Minnesota upset 11th ranked Purdue Tuesday night, they made Saturday's Michigan-Michigan State rematch a little more meaningful.