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.
Check Out These Great Photos of Boogie Records
Nothing like some old photos to bring back a flood of memories. The Vanished Kalamazoo Facebook page was treated to a walk down memory lane by Kalamazoo resident Keith Howard who shared these great photos of Boogie Records from the early 1980s.
Gretchen Whitmer Inspired Beer Sells Out in Ten Minutes
I think if we gathered enough random bits of 2020 history and put them in to one great big time capsule, future people will either be grateful they missed this year, or think we're messing with them.
Outdoor Dining Prohibited? In Winter? You’ve Got to Be Kidding Me!
And I was so looking forward to freezing my ass off while eating a street taco.
Check out this Club Soda Queens of the Stone Age Concert from 2000
No one knows. Well, that is, no one knew who Queens of the Stone Age were when they took the stage at Kalamazoo's Club Soda back in 2000.
Kzoo Cat Cafe LIVE Friendsgiving Fundraiser
Watch cats and kittens looking for their forever homes as they jump and play (and of course eat) while the friendly staff and volunteers try their best to keep up with the shenanigans.
AMC Theatre in Kalamazoo Permanently Closed
AMC on Portage road has closed its doors for good.
Check out This Beach Boys Version of Fight for Your Right
If you haven't seen this absolute work of genius (and talent... I mean, WOW), then stop what you're doing right now and enjoy this internet sensation.
Michigan NOT in Top Ten Breweries Per Capita
There are 357 breweries in The Mitten, and combined, they're responsible for making nearly 900,000 gallons of beer every single year.
Kalamazoo’s Dia de los Muertos Festival Going Virtual for 2020
This is a tradition that goes back over 3,000 years and was celebrated by the Aztecs and other inhabitants of what is now central Mexico.
Vine Neighborhood Featured in Music Video about Quarantine
Contrary to its title, the song is laid back and groovy with a catchy hook that quickly turns in to an ear worm.