Chris Farber has been at Y105 since fall of 1995. After attending some college at the University of Wisconsin at Platteville and NICC in Peosta, Chris has settled in as the program director of Y105. He is married to his beautiful wife Lisa and they not only share a beautiful son named Jacob, but they also have 3 cats together—Jovi, Rico and Lola. In his spare time Chris likes watching Cubs baseball, seeing movies and fundraising for various charitable organizations, including the Children's Miracle Network. Chris loves meeting his listeners and hearing their comments, so feel free to contact him at any time at email@example.com
Show Us Your Snow!
Grrr! Snow stinks for a lot of people. Shoveling out your sidewalk and car is not an easy task, so let Y105 reward you for your effort today!
Too Much Food!
Our Christmas holiday was full of family, food and fun. Especially food!
Another Y105 Winner!
I hope you had a great holiday weekend. I have a bunch of stuff prepped up for blogs this week as a recap to my holidays, but first I have to finish up some unfinished business.
Pampering At The Pump This Weekend!
What a busy morning on the Y105 Wake Up! First, our perennial inter, Jillaine returned from school at BYU to join me in studio...
The Carlos O’Kelly’s Restaurant Birthday Bash Is Tonight! (12/17)
Carlos O'Kelly's Restaurant is celebrating another year of business in Dubuque and they're giving you the gifts!
Tomorrow On The Y105 Wake Up: Michael Carbonaro
Next Monday night (12/21), Michael Carbonaro from TruTV's 'The Carbonaro Effect' will be visiting Dubuque for two shows and tomorrow morning he's checking in!
If I Could Have One Wish This Year
It's kinda random, I know. There are a million things you could ask for, right?
Tomorrow On The Y105 Wake Up: Kimberly Williams-Paisley
Father Of The Bride. According To Jim. Brad Paisley. If you know any of those, you know Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
Welcome To American Living: 2015
I was off last week visiting some family in the Twin Cities.
Another Thing Done For The Holidays
Sure, there's a lot to do when getting ready for the holidays.