I was born and raised in the Grand Rapids Area. I started working in radio in Whitehall in 1985. Went back to Grand Rapids for less than a year and got a better gig in Muskegon in September of 1986. I also worked at a few restuarants and in construction while going to school before going full time in radio.
I started rockin' with WMRR in March of 2009 and never looked back! I always loved rock music and finally get to work with it everyday!
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We can imagine this being a difficult problem to explain to the neighbors. Dr. Mark Waymack is leaving his job at Northwestern University and moving out of his home of 18 years because he's tired of finding beer cans and used condoms in his yard, courtesy of some rowdy students. "The used condoms tend to show up in the backyard, actually," Waymack stated, before noting "the vomit, the beer cans in the hedges. I think they horse around late at night." Sounds like a good hypothesis — that or your yard is just the place to be at 4 am on a Saturday. Waymack, who is still employed as a professor at Loyola University in Chicago, stated he holds the Northwestern administration responsible for turning a blind eye to the students' behavior. — By Michaela Gianotti
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Imagine having an erection that lasts for eight full months. Daniel Metzgar, shown at left above, doesn't have to imagine it. He actually lived it. It was, he says, a nightmare. After a urologist botched his penile implant surgery, Metzgar claims in a medical malpractice suit, he had a persistent erection that prevented him from riding his motorcycle, going out to get the morning paper and attending family and social events. The 44-year-old Delaware truck driver wore baggy sweats and long shirts to cover his condition. "I could hardly dance, with an erection poking my partner,” Metzgar told jurors hearing his case on Monday. "It's not something you want to bring out at parties and show to friends." That really does sound hard.
Alice Cooper ensured dozens of his fans were in the money at a concert on Thursday by handing out 100-dollar bills from the stage.
The rock veteran was performing a show at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles when he produced an ornamental sword with thousands of dollars impaled on it. He then began throwing the notes into the audience as fans in the front rows scrabbled to collect the cash.
Cooper is currently on the road in his Raise The Dead tour.