I'm your ex-patriot Canadian host of 'The Morning KIIK Start' weekdays from 6-10am. I've been living in the Quad-Cities for 18 years now. I'm a self-described 70's and 80's 'musicologist,' who lives and breaths the greatest hits we plays on KIIK. When I'm not 'musicologing' (it's a word now!) I enjoy working on my family's century-old Craftsman home, or watching the guys on This Old House work on someone else's. D-I-Y porn. I can also often be found making an ass of myself with It's A Mystery in live, interactive comedy whodunit shows. I'd love for you to wake up with me each morning on KIIK... That didn't read as creepy as it sounds.
Two Davenport Restaurants Are Expanding
It's great to see local establishments being supported, and responding by getting bigger and better.
Steamwheelers Holding Dance Tryouts In October
You can strut your stuff at the TaxSlayer next year as a Quad City Deckmate.
Two Dead After Post-Fireworks Accident in Rock Island
In what can only de described as a freak accident, two Quad Cities residents are dead after a large tree branch fell on them Tuesday night.
Whitey’s Donating Part Of Today’s Sales To Charity
You can beat the heat today, and give to a good cause.
Some Last Minute Gift Ideas For Dad
Tomorrow is Father's Day and some of you may not have gifts for Dad yet, so here are some ideas.
McDonald’s Closes State Street Location in Bettendorf
A letter posted on the door of the restaurant announced the closure, and directed patrons to the two other Bettendorf locations.
Davenport Schools Get New Start Times
Davenport Schools believe they'll save about $300,000 in busing costs with start time changes.
Temporary Road Closures For Events on Saturday
Two major events are taking place in the Quad Cities tomorrow that will require temporary road closures.
Honor Flights: A Simple Way to Support & Honor Our Veterans
There are larger, more ceremonious events we undertake to thank those who have served, but Honor Flights are purely about them - about giving them an experience.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors Mandatory in Iowa by July 1
A bill signed into law two years ago by Governor Terry Branstad will require all homes and apartments in Iowa to have carbon monoxide detectors by July 1.