Press play for a chart showing how much rain fell Thursday, and a forecast for the biggest rain chances still to come this weekend. And what does the wooly worm say for Winter? In addition to all that: FUN events this weekend at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino, Indy Scream Park, Stillwell Manor, Trails of […]
Rubber duckies, horsies, and Governors….oh my! I have plenty of FUN choices for the weekend in Madison County, along with the updated forecast. Please watch and share with your friends.
I get a little help horsing around in this preview of Dan Patch Weekend at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino! Press play, share with your friends, and have FUN this weekend in Madison County!
Find a shady spot and have FUN in Madison County this weekend. I’ll tell you what’s new with Hoosier Park, the car show in Pendleton, and the free concert in Downtown Anderson. Shout-outs to Elwood, and Alexandira also!
I can finally add some sun to the FUN this weekend. May means more “Little 500” Festival activity at Applewood Center, as we get set for the Pay Less Little 500 Presented By UAW GM at Anderson Speedway. There is racing at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino, along with a free concert. Want to race […]
Our latest video FUNcast about the Smoky Mountains: A little Fall, a little Winter, a little Spring, and a lotta FUN. (And no ice!)
The biggest snow Madison County’s seen in over a month is on the way, followed by the coldest air of the season. I’ve got the maps and charts, and highlights from our website — the Fun starts here…VisitAndersonMadisonCounty dot com!
(Originally posted September 4, 2011.) I volunteered and donated to the Jerry Lewis Telethon before I ever appeared on TV in one of those wacky/embarrassing/sometimes-uncomfortable “local cut ins.” I popped up many times as Random Radio Guy, then as Random TV Guy the first several years I was on Indy morning television. Even by then […]
Thanks to my Mom, I know the first time I was on TV. She sent this picture of me and my little brother Eric into Ft. Wayne’s “Ann Cologne Show” in early 1966, and apparently Ms. Ann Cologne showed it as part of some regular feature. (Local TV and radio used to do a lot […]