Are There Any Local 'Goat Yoga' Classes?
Goat yoga began in Corvallis, Oregon and is spreading throughout the country and spreading quickly.
May 5 is First Day of Farmer's Market In 'The District'
The first day of the Farmer's Market in 'The District' will be Saturday, May 5 (Dogwood Parade Day), at Washington Park.
A 32-Inning Baseball Game Was Played on This Date
The date was April 18, 1981 and the Pawtucket Red Sox were hosting the Rochester, Red Wings in the longest professional baseball game ever.
Commercialism is Engulfing Baseball Broadcasts
It has become very obvious that commercialism is beginning to overwhelm the game broadcast in baseball.
Ever Wonder Where the Phrase 'Tape-Measured' Home Run Came From?
Numbers are numbers, but some numbers just stand out like the number associated with Mickey Mantle and the home run he hit on this date in 1953.
Monroe City Youth to Be Honored By Missouri 4-H & FFA
The Missouri State Fair has announced that 36 youth, selected from Missouri 4-H and FFA, have been awarded scholarships by the Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture (YIA) committee.
Even a City Boy Knows the Difference Between a Cow and a Bull
I took the opportunity to discuss my cow milking experience last week on the Y101 Radio morning show. It didn't go as I had planned.
Everything You Want to Know About The Safety Pin
It is one of those wonderful inventions that everyone has needed sometime in their lifetime and I am one of those people. I'm talking about the safety pin.
We Lost a Great Guy in Ted Tappe Four Years Ago Today
The annual Community Cancer Crush helps people dealing with cancer. One of those people who took on that battle a few years ago was Ted Tappe.
Hum? National Big Wind Day and Radio Announcers?
At the risk of leaving myself open to even more criticism, I wanted everyone to know that today is "National Big Wind Day". Let the comments begin.
Thunderbirds & Blue Angels Are Flying in The Midwest
There is nothing more exhilarating than to be at an airshow featuring the Air Force Thunderbirds or the Navy Blue Angels. Both have announced their spring and summer schedules.
Here's Why Tax Day Has Been Extended to April 17
Tax day is rapidly approaching and those of you procrastinators will actually catch a break this year in that the due date has been pushed back to April 17.
Our Bracket Challenge Came Down to A COIN TOSS!
When we set up the Million Dollar Bracket Challenge little did we know that we would need to go to a third tie-breaker to determine the winner.
It's Time to Post Team G.P.A.'s in College Athletics
This led me to think about college athletics. Are these athletes getting an education or are they just auditioning for the NBA?
I'm Sick of The Constant Cloudy Weather. Are You?
I don’t know about you, but the weather around here is really starting to get to me. Now I don’t mind the snow, but the constant cloudy days are beginning to wear me out.
Have You Ever Milked a Goat?
The Y101 Radio Morning Show took a direction the other day that I thought I would never go. The topic was goat milking. That's right goat milking.
Farewell, St. Mary's Hospital
Demolition crews have begun the process of tearing down the multi-story St. Mary Hospital facility from 14th to 16th streets between Broadway and Vermont streets.
The Big Dog Can't Wait For The Batting Cage to Open Friday
It is not officially baseball season, even if the Major Leagues got underway last week, until the Quincy Park District opens the Batting Cage at Moorman Park.
Quincy Gems to Feature 4 Fireworks Nights
The Quincy Gems season ahead will also feature 4 fireworks nights during the season.
What Would You Cut Out of The Quincy City Budget?
I ask you to put on your Mayor's cap and decide what the City of Quincy should do. Where would you make cuts if you were the Mayor of Quincy?