I grew up just outside Detroit and have worked on the radio ever since I was 19.
I'm told it was an inevitable career choice as my mom has pictures of me as a kid turning any household item into a microphone (experience shows that big wooden soup spoons work best).
I attended college studying theatre and political science at the University of Michigan.
I enjoy green shoes, zipper hoodies, chicken wings, green olives, beer, McClure's spicy pickles and games.
When I finally grow up one day, I want to own a small French Piano Bar and be skilled in the art of tasting fine wines.
A 9-year-old boy in The Ukraine is making national news tonight for spending his parent's life savings at a local candy store.
According to Gawker:
"The boy reportedly knew that the money (about $4,000 in a mix of currencies) was kept under the family's sofa. Over the course of his fall break from school, he periodically removed portions of the family's Emergency Candy Fund and had the cash converted to Ukrainian hryvnas, which he used to buy sweets."