I come to Dubuque with a few years of radio experience under my belt, although I'm still green, as they say! For as long as I can remember, radio has been a part of my life, so I'm honored to be in a position where I can actually create great material on-air. I'm a movie reviewer as well, so I'm always out at the theater and staying posted on what's out. In addition to talking and writing, I'm a die-hard Chicago Bears fan and have two cats, appropriately named Siskel and Ebert! You can hear me on Y105 weekday mornings, 6-10 AM!
Iowa Changes ATV/UTV Laws, Effective July 1st
New ATV and UTV riding laws are taking effective on July 1st, 2022.
Two Iowa Centers are Prepping “988” Hotline for Mental Health Emergencies
In less than a month, people will be able to dial a three-digit number for mental health emergencies.
“Maverick” Makes Iowa’s List for Most Popular Baby Boy Names
The name's popularity even goes beyond Iowa!
The Iowa Classic “Bridges of Madison County” Turns 27 Years Old
The award-winning drama starring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep was filmed in various locations around Iowa.
Guttenberg Now Has its First Brewery in the Neighborhood
A soft opening is planned for Memorial Day weekend with a grand opening scheduled for the following weekend.
Iowa’s State Parks are Seeing Record Number of Visitors
2020 and 2021 saw state parks attract a record number of visitors; 2022 is expected to be the same.
This $12 Million Iowa Mansion Has a Bar, Movie Theater Inside
Is 24,876 square feet enough room for activities?
Two Vintage Iowa Hockey Teams You Might’ve Never Known Existed
Taking a look at the Des Moines Oak Leafs and Des Moines Capitols, two hockey franchises in the 1960s/70s.
Iowa City Filmmaker Sees His Movie Make Hometown Debut
Mokotsi Rukundo's feature-film screenwriting debut graces the big screen of the writer's home state!
Iowan Travels to the Frontlines to Assist Ukrainians
Carroll native Ryan O'Leary has decided to join some-20,000 foreign soldiers in aiding Ukrainians during the ongoing war