Hi, everyone! I’m Sam, your resident Grey's Anatomy fanatic and Hallmark Christmas movie-obsessed DJ. I was born in New York City but raised in Canton, Missouri. Go Tigers! Still, I miss New York pizza and Italian pastries. I'm a huge Wonder Woman and Superman nerd and I'm crazy about more television shows than I can even count. I love hanging with my two beautiful daughters, Ava and Alexis, and my husband, Justin. I've wanted to work in radio since I was a kid. It's truly a dream come true. And I love talking to each of you each and every day.
Veterans Parade Cancelled
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Veterans Parade scheduled for November in Quincy has been canceled.
AMC Theatre To Open Next Month
After being closed for several months due to the pandemic, Quincy AMC Theatre announced they are reopening in September.
Quincy Raceways For Sale
Quincy Raceways is officially on the market, and taking serious inquires only.
Local Restaurant Closes
One of Quincy's favorite restaurants will not be reopening, and will close for good.
Fan Cardboard Cutouts Soon Available At Busch Stadium
After several requests from fans, the St. Louis Cardinals will be giving fans a chance to buy cardboard cutouts to put in Busch Stadium this season.
Big River Steampunk Festival Canceled For 2020
COVID-19 takes another event away from the Tri-States.
Hannibal JCPenney Not On Closure List
Last month JCPenney announced that they will be closing over 150 stores, and filing bankruptcy. The full list of closures was released yesterday, and the Hannibal JCPenney is not on the list.
Parents, Be Aware of These Dangerous Apps!
Being a parent is hard enough, but in this age of technology it's extremely hard. There are apps out there that all parents need to be aware of.
St. Louis Zoo To Open In June
Finally, there are site seeing places opening for families, and I know we are all excited. However, with several of these fun family places opening there are a few restrictions.
JDub Academy Will Offer Virtual Classes This Summer
JDub Academy will be available this summer through online courses for students who want to continue working on S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math).