You may not be aware, but this is my third go-round at Muskegon Radio. A couple years back, I was the morning show host for the now defunct Star 108. They gave that frequency to our friends at WMUS, About 25 years or so prior to that I got my start in professional radio for an AM/FM combo which no longer exists either. (Man I must be old) Anyway, I'm back again and ready to deliver you a steady dose of your favorite rock-n-roll along with some information you can use and maybe even a grin or two. Take care and thanks for listening!
Maybe you've seen the lionfish in a tank, with its red-and-white zebra stripes and long, needle-like dorsal fins that deliver a nauseatingly painful sting if messed with. It's probably because of their aquarium popularity that these predator fish ended up in U.S. Atlantic coastal waters, quickly invading — and decimating — native fish populations from North Carolina to Venezuela. Now, lionfish are being called the worst-ever marine invasive species and are eating so much they are becoming obese. Many hard-hit communities have embraced "Eat Lionfish" campaigns and lionfish derbies, hoping to help restore some balance to the ecosystems thrown wildly out of whack. Scientists say eradication may not be possible, but management might be.