Mike Marino & Jon King have been a broadcast team since 1994. Please do not feed them, unless it is bacon. Always feed them bacon.
Mike & Jon Got It Going On - 9/22/23
We spoke with Life Coach Lisa Rigato about her role in helping people establish the best pathway for tapping into their talents and strengths and how the pandemic proved to be an unexpected boost for her business.
Mike & Jon Got It Going On 9/15/23
We spoke with Nicole Colley from the Livingston County Walk to End Alzheimer's as we get ready for Walk Day on 9/30/23 in Downtown Howell.
Mike & Jon Got It Going On - 9/8/23
We had to stay on our toes to riff with Cristian LaBar from the Community Theatre of Howell's Improv troop (and keep from barfing at the mention of vomit cheese). Then we talked about the school board shenanigans in Brighton Area Schools with Rich Perlberg before blowing out. the candles for Bonnie's birthday.
Mike & Jon Got It Going On - 9/1/23
We were joined by Keith Jones & Katy Urban of FlexTech High School who discussed how their students responded with positivity to bigoted graffiti that greeted them on the first day of school. Then we talked politics (shocker) with Rich Perlberg and discussed how a possible Senate matchup between Mike Rogers and Elissa Slotkin and then hit the gridiron with JD for Toss Back Trivia.
Mike & Jon Got It Going On - 8/25/23
We went over the latest on Thursday's tornado near Williamston, then got the lowdown from Michael Besom who plays Governor Von Richterhenkenpflichtgetruber (say that three times fast) in Desperate Measures at The Dio before Jon ascotted his way to another victory in Toss Back Trivia.
Mike & Jon Got It Going On - 8/18/23
We were live at El Arbol Taqueria as we talked with Owner/Chef Steve Pilon & Brighton DDA Chairman Tim Corrigan about the finishing up of Phase One of the Brighton Streetscape Project. Then we chatted with Jill Jack as she returns to Livingston County for some shows and then got a dose of Howell Melons during JD's Toss Back Trivia.
I am so impressed by their ability to make daily content that captivates, entertains, and keeps you smiling (which is what we need more of). It’s paced well, and keeps me informed on Livingston County happenings as well as fun regional stories. A+!