Hey everyone, I'm Mark. I was born in Chicago and raised in the suburbs. Most nights you can find me drinking a Miller Lite and watching the Bears, Bulls, Cubs, or Hawks. I am obsessed with my dachshund, Murphy, and am not afraid to tell you about it! I graduated from Northern Illinois University with a degree in Acting and later graduated from The Second City in Chicago where I pursued my passion for comedy. I come to Quincy and KICK-FM after hosting a morning show in Macomb, Illinois. And I am a lover of history and random facts, so please feel free reach out and connect with me!
Did You Realize There is Another Tailgate N’ Tallboys?
It's not just in Peoria, Illinois, there is another Tailgate N' Tallboys actually closer to some of us here in the Tri-States!
Sign Up to Prove Your BBQ is the Best
Put your money where your mouth is, your chance to sign up for a local BBQ competition is here!
Chicago’s Iconic Navy Pier is Scheduled to Reopen
The biggest tourist attraction in Illinois is about to reopen once again!
Kids Can Learn Baseball From the Cardinals
The Cardinals Kids Clinics are back, and registration is going on now!
Music Under the Stars Announces Full 2021 Lineup
FREE concerts in Hannibal are back, and we have the full lineup and dates for you right here!
FGL Replaces Morgan Wallen at Tailgate N’ Tallboys
Morgan Wallen announced he isn't touring this Summer, so Tailgate N' Tallboys replaced him with Country Music Superstars Florida Georgia Line.
Brothers Osborne’s Tour is Stopping in STL
Tickets go on sale soon for the Brothers Osborne show in St. Louis this Summer!
Do you want your Dog to make $20,000 from Busch Beer?
Here is how your dog can start making good money from Busch Beer!
Which Country Mega Stars Should Headline the Missouri State Fair?
The headliners for the Illinois and Iowa state fairs are loaded, so now we wait to see what Missouri will do.
Celebrate Freedom with the 2nd Annual Quincy Freedom Festival
What was a street fair in 2020 has now become a full on festival to celebrate freedom along the Quincy riverfront on Fourth of July 2021.