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!
Flavor Flav is a Michigan Fan? Rapper Spotted on Sidelines at The Big House
Rapper and reality TV star Flavor Flav, of hip hop group Public Enemy, is a fan of Michigan college football and was spotted on the sidelines in Ann Arbor on Saturday.
Did You Know: There’s a Web App Detailing Every Historical Marker Across Michigan?
The Michigan DNR and Michigan History Center operate an interactive website detailing each of Michigan's 1,793 historical markers across the state.
One of Michigan’s Oldest Vineyards Now Offers Historic Train Car Airbnb Stay
Warner Vineyards, one of Michigan's oldest vineyards, celebrates the grand opening of their historic 1912 train car turned Airbnb in Paw Paw, MI.
New 58-Mile Trail Makes it Possible for Michiganders to Bike All The Way to Chicago
The partially funded Marquette Greenway Trail would make it possible to bike safely from New Buffalo, Michigan all the way to Chicago.
Historic Ohio Mansion For Sale Once Belonged to Varnish Magnate
The historic Dayton, Ohio home once owned by H.C. Hopkins, President of Thresher Varnish Company, is listed for sale at $219,900.
Former Hot n’ Nows of Michigan: What Are They Now?
The popular Michigan-based fast food chain at one point operated in nearly 15 states. Today there is only one Hot 'n Now location still in operation in Sturgis, Michigan.
Could Detroit’s First 3D-Printed Home Solve Michigan’s Housing Crisis?
Gov. Whitmer and the MSHDA aim to solve Michigan's statewide housing shortage with Detroit's first 3D printed home.
Fact or Fiction: Is This Gravestone in Battle Creek Cemetery Actually Crying?
Legend has is the Virgin Mary gravestone of Johannes Decker cries every Sunday, full moon, and Halloween. Who was Johannes Decker?
What Happens When The Store Doesn’t Accept Your Bottle Return?
At ten cents per container, Michigan has one of the highest bottle deposits in the country and also one of the highest recycling rates.
Michigan’s Native American Petroglyphs Are Believed to Be 300 to 1000 years old
Michigan’s largest known collection of early Native American teachings carved in stone, believed to be 300-1000 years old, are located in Sanilac Petroglyphs Historic State Park near Cass City.