Chris Farber started in radio during the fall of 1995. After attending some college at the University of Wisconsin at Platteville and NICC in Peosta, Chris settled in as the program director of Y105. There he spent 26 years, starting on overnights, before moving to nights, and later the afternoon drive. Eventually he took over the Y105 morning show where is spent 20 years "waking up" the tristates. He recently switched things up and is now the host of the "Saturday Night Mix-Tape" on Q107.5! Chris is married to his beautiful wife Lisa and they have a wonderful son named Jacob. 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
I Know You Are, But What Am I? R.I.P. Paul Reubens
Imagine my shock Monday, when news feeds started sharing the headline that Paul Reubens had died of cancer at the age of 70 the night before. It was a gut punch, and I felt an overwhelming feeling of sadness come over me. How could this ageless character suddenly be gone from our lives?
Job Opportunities At Andersen Windows In Dubuque!
Aaron Osthoff, the Site Safety Specialist for Andersen Windows in Dubuque stopped in this morning to tell us more about it. He mentioned that they are actually the largest window and door maker in North America, and they recently became an international company.
The Dubuque Museum Of Art Opens A New Vietnam War Exhibit
Kay does Marketing & Engagement for the Dubuque Museum of Art and said this exhibit is the perfect thing to announce on Veterans Day, as we celebrate those who serve and have served our great country.
Did Daylight Savings Time Start In The Midwest? Nope!
This weekend, Daylight Savings Time ends and the clocks fall back one hour. But where the heck did this practice come from?
Vaccines For Kids; A Dubuque Pediatrician Weighs In
Yesterday, after the CDC advisory panel recommended vaccines for children ages 5 to 11, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky gave the official okay for kids to get vaccinated. So how does this decision affect us locally?
Dubuque Winter Farmers Market Starts This Saturday (11/6)
With Halloween, the World Series, and a variety of other things happening, you may have missed the final Dubuque Farmers Market over the weekend.
Do You Know All 5 Flags That Fly Over Dubuque’s Five Flags Center?
You've driven by it a million times. You've probably been to a concert or two. But do you know why it's called the "Five Flags Center," and which flags it includes?
Slow Down! These Are Dubuque’s 5 Most Dangerous Intersections!
Between reaching out to the Iowa DOT and the local Dubuque Police Department, I found data showing which intersections, and which streets, in general, were the worst places for accidents.
Dubuque Eatery Announces Expansion With A New Lounge
Lina Qiu is one of the nicest people I know. She and her husband, Gordon Gao have been crushing the tristate restaurant scene with Lina's Thai Bistro for quite some time.
Dubuque Restaurant Adding A 2,250 Square Foot Arcade
If there is one thing our city has a lack of, it's good arcades.