I’m Lauren and I’m thrilled to be back home in West Michigan! I grew up in Allegan and attended GVSU after high school. Upon graduating I spent several years moving around the Midwest to pursue my dream of doing radio full-time. I spent a few years living in Nebraska so sorry Michigan/Michigan State fans, I’m a Huskers fan now! Most recently I lived in Missouri but don’t worry, I am not a Chiefs fan. I’m so grateful that I now get to do what I love, where I love to be: HOME. Thank you for letting me keep you company during your afternoon drive!
Texas Man Returns VHS Tape to its Michigan Owner 20 Years Later
An avid VHS tape collector in Texas named Ruben found an old copy of the 1990 film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Returned it to its Bay City, MI owner after 20 years.
What Happened? Remembering Max 10 Retail Stores in Michigan
Max 10 Family Fashions got its start in Schoolcraft, MI when Ed Bernard, the owner and president of Bermo Enterprises, began selling off-price and overstock clothing items. What originally started as an annual warehouse sale grew to 29 retail locations across Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois. Unfortunately the company filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2012.
Why Does Michigan Have a Bottle Deposit Anyway?
At the start of 2022, Governor Whitmer signed into law a new bill cracking down on bottle return fraud. Have you ever wondered why Michigan has the bottle deposit in the first place?
Did You Have Any Idea Lucille Ball Grew Up in Michigan?
Several Wyandotte residents such as Bernard Daniels, whose parents owned the apartment the Balls rented, recall playing in the front yard with Lucille as children.
Did You Know About this Secret Pinball Arcade in Allegan?
Thankfully in recent years downtown Allegan has seen an uptick in new and exciting business ventures which now includes two craft breweries, a trendy new plant shop, and the Regent Arcade.
3 West Michigan Distilleries to Get You in the ‘Spirit’ This Holiday Season
Look out craft beer, here are some of the top distilleries to get holly and jolly this season
Have You Seen This Mysterious Pyramid in Allegan?
The structure, which is big enough to hold up to fifty people, was finished in 1975 and is made from paper and aluminum. It can only be entered through an underground tunnel which is covered in hieroglyphics.
Halloween Road Trip: Michigan’s Mystery of the Moving Tombstone
An unexplained phenomenon has a cemetery superintendent and many others confused and creeped out.
5 Oversized Foods You Can See in Michigan TODAY
Have you taken a selfie by one of these 5 giant foods in Michigan?