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 firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s Better Than Breakfast?
Don't get me wrong. I love having breakfast, but doing the morning show time is usually tight so it's hard to do scrambled eggs and bacon before work.
My (Quick) Trip To Colorado
You might have noticed me missing from the morning show for a few days. I took a quick jaunt to Colorado Springs with my mother and sister, Carolyn.
Express Employment Professionals Hiring Event This Saturday (9/26)
Our friends at Express Employment Professional are hosting a special Saturday 'hiring event' this weekend (9/26) from 9am until noon on location at 1701 JFK Road.
25 Years… And Counting.
1995 was a pretty good year for Tom Hanks. He had just won his 2nd Academy Award for his roll in "Forrest Gump" and had the number one movie with "Apollo 13."
Can’t Get Enough “Tiger King?” Good News For You!
"Tiger King" dropped at about the same time Covid-19 was forcing the world to quarantine and became a worldwide phenomenon. If you're one of those people that can't get enough... read on.
National Guacamole Day!
Happy "National Guacamole Day!" Do you go gaga for the green stuff?
Continue To Support “Research For The Kids”
This morning for our "Community Corner" we talked to Matthew and Anne from "Research For The Kids."
“Toaster Trivia” Is Changing… For The Better!
From time-to-time we gotta change things up. In this instance it's a good thing!
Why Spend All That Money?
Why are we spending all that money on fancy games and toys?
Help With Brain Cancer Research This Weekend
Cancer has affected most of us at one time or another. Some people take their experiences and use them as inspiration to help fight it. Meet Olivia Dietzel.