I joined The Rocker in March of 2012 as co-host on The Rocker Morning Show. When not on the air, I enjoy long walks on the beach, milkshakes with two straws, and really bad horror movies. Other watchables on my list are British comedies and documentaries. I enjoy drinking good bourbon, knitting, staring at my cats, and volunteering at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre.
Taco & Tequila Festival is Back in Kalamazoo
Are you a taco traditionalist or do you like to spice things up? Whatever your flavor, the Taco & Tequila Festival has something for every palate.
The Kalamazoo Parade of Whiskers
The club will also provide materials for kids to use to fashion their own fantastically creative beards. Trophies will be awarded to all category winners and the “best in show”.
Women of West Michigan Beer Tour
In celebration of women in Michigan beer, West Michigan Beer Tours invites you to meet the women behind some of your favorite new breweries.
Murder By Death to Play Old Dog in July
Bloomington, Indiana's own Murder By Death at Old Dog Tavern. Get ticket information and more, here.
Neon Glow Party Bar Crawl
Grab your glowsticks! Check in is at Harvey's on the Mall through 10:00pm. The route is up to you.
MidwestFest 2019 – Music and Craft Beer in Downtown Decatur
Downtown Decatur is gearing up for MidwestFest 2019, a whole day celebrating great music, local brews, and summer feels, Saturday, June 1st.
Nick Offerman Coming to State Theatre
Join Award-winning actor, writer, woodworker, all-around-legend, Nick Offerman with his first live show since 2017, ALL RISE.
The Black Keys Coming to Van Andel
Break open your piggy bank! Dig in to your Rainy Day Fund! The Black Keys are going back on tour for an extensive, thirty-one-date arena tour, aptly titled "Let's Rock". The Let's Rock Tour hits Grand Rapids' Van Andel Arena, Tuesday, October 8th. Special guests Modest Mouse…
Michigan Towns Saying No to Marijuana Businesses
Did you hear? Michigan legalized the use of recreational marijuana. That's good news for the communities with plans for the new revenue, but some areas of The Mitten are saying "no" to recreational marijuana businesses; more than 200, according to an article from WXYZ in Detroit.
Former Shrank Building in Battle Creek to Become Affordable Housing
Ambitious, for sure, but a welcome addition to Battle Creek.