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!
Multicultural Family Center is the Kwik Care Recipient for June
Claudette and Marlene of MFC talked about all the great events they have coming up!
A New Horror Movie from Two Iowa Filmmakers is Now in Theaters
The film is based on a short story by Stephen King.
Fly-By-Night and Five Flags Center Welcome a Timely, Urgent Play
Kay Schroeder talks Fly-By-Night Productions' "The New Sincerity."
Dubuque’s Annual Kickoff 2 Summer Sets the Tone for a Music-Filled Season
The free event was held at Q Casino's Back Waters Stage on May 26th!
Dubuque Dances with the Stars Will Kick Off Busy Summer for the Chamber
Justine Paradiso stopped by to talk about two big events happening soon!
The Filling Station in Davenport Serves Up Wings with a Side of Nostalgia
The establishment pays tribute to those who helped fuel America.
Pete Buttigieg Visits Dubuque, Address Proposed Railroad Overpass
The U.S. Transportation Secretary took a tour of Elm Street in Dubuque.
Between Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin, Which State is the Most Stressed?
A recent study billed one of them the #2 most stressful state in which to work.
An Iowan is Competing on Gordon Ramsay’s “MasterChef”
He's one of several chefs competing for $250,000!
Hawkeye Baseball Team Defeats Michigan in Big Ten Tournament
The Hawkeyes have hit a whopping nine grand slams this season!