JoJo was born one of a family of eight! They were loud and more often talked ‘at’ each other than ‘to’ each other, a skill which is perfect for radio. After graduating from Central Michigan University, JoJo worked at a station that had as much wattage as a refrigerator light bulb. He went from there to working on a Mexican radio station, where he was eventually kicked out for being an illegal immigrant. In his spare time, JoJo enjoys hurting himself with homemade CrossFit workouts and flinging paint on canvas and calling it ‘art’. He also has three daughters, who think he teaches college for a living.
Today I Learned: Tee Ball Was Invented In Michigan
Tee Ball, a sport where young batters hit off a tee instead of a pitch, was invented here in 1956.
REVIEW: ‘Unrivaled’ Is A Love Letter To Old Time Hockey
The Colorado Avalanche and the Detroit Red Wings had an intense rivalry in the mid-90s, so much so it culminated in a brawl the likes of which may never happen again.
WTH? West Michigan Mobile Homes Are Going For $225k!
They keep saying the real estate bubble is about to pop? Here's proof that we're not there yet. Let's take a look inside this trailer!
WATCH: That Time Jim Harbaugh Played Screech’s Cousin
For once Screech wasn't the weirdest person on the set of 'Saved By The Bell'.
If You’re A Man In Michigan, You’ve Probably Already Broken This Law
Did you know it's illegal in Michigan to seduce an unmarried woman? Yup. Stay away from unmarried women, or you may get five years in the joint.
MSU Fraternity Members Face Criminal Charges In Pledge’s Death
Three members of the Pi Alpha Phi fraternity at Michigan State are facing felony charges after a pledge died last November.
Iconic College Hockey Tournament Moves To Grand Rapids
The Great Lakes Invitational, a 67 year fixture of state college hockey in Detroit, will be played at Van Andel Arena starting this December.
WATCH: Verve Pipe Singer Tries To Sing His Way Out Of A Ticket
GR's Brian Vanderark of the Verve Pipe was pulled over for an infraction, can he sing his way out of it?
The Red Wings Return To Glory Began 25 Years Ago Tonight
On June 7, 1997, the Detroit Red Wings ended a Stanley Cup drought 25 years ago, ushering in the age of "Hockeytown".
The Fireworks In My ‘Hood Came From The Least Likely Place
The isn't my first rodeo in the Creston neighborhood. I know that every summer weekend fireworks will be heard. I just didn't expect them to come from this place.