I've never been good at filling these things out, but here it goes. I like long walks in cold mountain air, preferably with snow on the ground. I enjoy drinking fine soda by the crackling fire, and deep tissue massage. I hope to one day grow up an become and astronaut, so I can fly to Venus to see if that's really where women come from. If it's true, I'll bring one back for you, too. Unless it's a dude you want, and then you're out of luck...sorry. My favorite month is October, because Halloween is the best holiday ever! It allows me to openly proclaim my love and obsession with scary movies without being seen as some sort of lunatic. Okay, not too much of a lunatic. I'm a huge fan of rock and metal music, and you'll often hear me blasting the control room speakers into oblivion every night during my show. My engineer doesn't like me very much, since he has to fix them. Sorry, Mike.
Here’s How Our Day Went for the Amway Family Fireworks – Timelapse
Every year, we team with Amway for the Amway Family Fireworks at Ah-Nab-Awen Park. It's a fun evening of food, drinks, music...and of course, the fireworks! But the day doesn't start with the singing of the National Anthem...it begins early that week.
Watch the Entire Amway Family Fireworks Show Right Here
On Saturday night, we partied with about 150,000 of you in downtown Grand Rapids for the Amway Family Fireworks! We had live music from Hey Marco!, Upstage Crew, DJ Composition, and the 338th Army Band! Tons of food, drink, and fun for the whole family at Ah-Nab-Awen Park.
Help Support Autism Awareness and Get Your Oil Changed on April 25
April is Autism Awareness Month, to help promote the awareness of autism, and help those who are on the Autism Spectrum. April 25th, take your car to get an oil change at RiverTown Honda, and you will also support Autism Awareness, and The ARC of Kent County. That's it! Super easy!
The New York Times Recommends Michigan to the World
The New York Times has a "Letter of Recommendation" section, where they write about things you should try. They recommend many different things to readers: books, food, taking your baby to work, music, lifestyle ideas, and more. In April 20th's issue, the recommendation? Michigan. First state ever recommended by The New York Times!
Intersection Making Big Additions for More Shows
We love the Intersection! They have a bunch of great shows, they're cool people, and they love to rock! So to hear that they're adding more rooms for shows is freaking awesome to hear. The venue on Grandville is adding two more concert rooms downstairs.
The City of Grand Rapids Looking For Your Help to Make Our Neighborhoods Better
The City of Grand Rapids is looking to get residents, neighborhood associations, businesses, non-profits, and government officials together, to help build stronger neighborhoods in Grand Rapids. They're holding the Third Annual Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit on Saturday, March 4th, from 8:30am to 3pm. And it's free!
Need Work? These Are Some of the Fastest Growing Jobs in Michigan in 2017
Looking for a job? Something that's going to stick around for a while? Every year, every state makes projections for job growth in their state by occupation. The Michigan Department of Labor worked on these numbers with the Bureau of Labor Statistics to figure out what jobs will be growing all the way through 2024. Here's what they've found out.
Ford Motors Planning on Spending $700 Million on Michigan Plant Instead of Mexico
Today Ford announced that instead of spending billion of dollars building a new plant in Mexico for production, they're going to instead spend $700 Million right here in Michigan! The plant will expand it's manufacturing of electric and autonomous vehicles, and the money will be right here in Michigan.
Today the Grand Rapids Press Reported the Detroit Lions Loss to the Cowboys…Next Week
Maybe it's not a mistake, but simply next week's headline printed by mistake today? Could the NFL be as shady and fixed as Boxing? As plotted and pre-arranged as the WWE?
All 110 Seats in the Michigan House of Representives Are Up For Grabs
We all know who's running for President, but we may not know who's running for public office closer to home. These people affect our lives more directly and more often than the President usually does, so let's learn a little more about these races. Next up is a big list, since every single seat in the Michigan House of Representatives is up for grabs. And there are 110 of them!