Hi there! Radio has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My first on-air performance was at the age of three on a jingle in Temple, Texas. From then on, despite a professional journey that has lead me through Theatre, TV, Media Research and more, Radio has always been my first professional love. I also enjoy, and am an advocate for, the arts in all its various forms. I grew up in a creative household, and I have natural attraction toward wordsmithery and creative endeavors. My basic life philosophy can be summed up in the words of the great Bill and Ted: “Be Excellent to Each Other.” In addition to classic rock and music, generally-speaking, I also dig writing, history, documentaries, films, good acting, conversation, kindness, animals, and basically most things. Wait.... Wait. There are a couple of things I don’t dig, like yogurt-covered raisins. Just no. Speaking of eating, I also like to cook and have a certificate in plant-based nutrition, but I'm a "selective omnivore." I’ve lived all over Texas, but after receiving my BA in Theatre and Communication from McMurry University, I came back home to East Texas. It’s an honor to share the day with you on Classic Rock, 96.1.
Learning To Be A ‘Morning Person’ [VIDEO]
I've found that the mornings when I rise early enough to have a bit of quiet time before the mad rush of the day begins, the entire day flows more smoothly.
Worried About Keeping Your Passwords Safe?
We do more online everyday, and that means--passwords. Meanwhile, headlines tell us about new leaks and password hacks every week. Yikes! Google wants to help.
China Rocks The “Dark” Side Of The Moon
Chinese space technology isn't yet on par with that of the West, but they see this as a big milestone on their journey to progress on the world stage--quickly.
Yes, You Can Learn To Love Running (Even If You’re Sedentary)
The first time you run past your previous stopping point without feeling winded is paradigm-shifting. It feels like freedom from a self-induced body prison.
What The Heck Is The Winter Solstice?
The winter solstice is sometimes referred to as "midwinter" or "the longest night of the year," or maybe you've seen it on a calendar. But what is it exactly?
Sportsology: The Science Behind The Sports We Love
We are passionate about sports in East Texas. The training, the sportsmanship, and victory. Learn about the science behind the sports in a new hands-on exhibit.