I was born in Duluth, Minnesota and raised on Steve Martin comedy records and Jello Pudding Pops, the latter was responsible for my Jabba The Hut Phase in 6th grade. My only surviving schools are Grant Elementary (Go Grizzlies!) and UMD (Go Bulldogs!), having attended both Washington Junior HS (Go artsty apartment building!) and Duluth Central HS (Go...Condos?! ). Radio has always been in my life with my dad programing WGGR and later doing The David John & Granny Show for WDSM. My first job in radio was in college with John Michaels and a fun crew at KZIO, where I learned a lot, and I have stayed in it ever since. Working with the amazing staff at B105 is only topped by all the cool listeners I get to meet along the way. It's always fun to be at events and meet everyone. You may also find me playing softball, volleyball, bowling or running the Gary Bjorklund Half Marathon or random 5Ks. If you do, make sure to say hi and we can grab a beer together.
Helpful Video Can Help You Spot A Scam
It seems like everyone at some point will be targeted for some type of scam. That's why it's so important to know the warning signs so you don't get burned.
Registration Open For 2018 Polar Bear Plunge 5K
The 2018 Polar Bear Plunge in Duluth is Saturday, February 17. If you want to be a part of the day, but don't want to jump into the water, sign up now for the 5K.
Trafficking Prevention Month Kicks Off Today In Duluth
The Super Bowl is coming to Minneapolis in less than a month and human trafficking is a big concern. It's the perfect time to kickoff Trafficking Prevention Month with a special event today in Duluth.
Duluth Police Need Help Identifying Individuals Regarding Morgan Park Burglaries
There has been an uptick in burglaries recently in the Morgan Park area and the Duluth Police Department is asking for help identifying the people in these photos who may be somehow involved.
Minnesota Drivers Licenses May Be Used For Federal Purposes Through October 18
As you plan your vacation and other travel in 2018, one thing you won't have to worry about for awhile is if you can use your standard Minnesota drivers license to board your plane.
Registration Now Open For 2018 Young Athletes Foundation Races
If running is a part of your 2018 fitness plans, Grandma's Marathon announced that registration is now open for all Young Athletes Foundation races.
Duluth Awarded $247,000 Grant For Transportation Project Near Spirit Mountain
The Minnesota Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that they, in partnership with the Department of Employment and Economic Development, have awarded $18 million in grants for transportation projects across the state, including a Duluth project near Spirit Mountain.
Bayfront Park Skating Rink and Family Center Programs Now Open to the Public
Now that the holidays are over, the kids are back in school and it's back to reality for everyone else. When everyone needs to get outside and burn off some energy, check out the free activities at the Bayfront Family Center.
More Cowbell! Set For January 11 at Grandma’s Sports Garden
The holiday festivities may be over for another year, but the Northland doesn't have to wait long to enjoy another fun annual event. More Cowbell! is back at Grandma's Sports Garden on January 11 for a fantastic cause.
Luke Bryan + Friends a Part of Our Special Christmas Programming
As you spend time with the people you love the most over this Christmas weekend, make sure to take B105 with you. Beginning Christmas Eve, we will have special programming to keep you in the holiday spirit.
Is the University of Minnesota Too Politically Correct for Christmas?
According to a U of M memo circulating around campuses, your "winter celebration" shouldn't have Santa, nativity scenes, Christmas trees, bows, red and green or blue and white colored decorations, etc. This is out of respect to the diversity found on campuses, but is this taking polit…
Get A Behind the Scenes Look at Bentleyville [VIDEO]
I think just about everyone in the area has seen the Bentleyville "Tour of Lights" display in Duluth. It is quite a spectacle to see, but have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes, before the more than 3.5 million lights come on?