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Majic in the Morning weekdays 6am-10am / Majic at Work 10am - noon
 
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Q: Where were you born and raised? 
A: Dearborn, Michigan, but Austin feels like home now.

Q: How long have you been in radio? 
A: For over 30 years!!  I started right after high school!  I still love it as much as I did back then!!  I feel so lucky and blessed to be able to do this for a living!!

Q: How long have you been in Austin?
A: 9 wonderful years!

Q: Do you have any kids?  
A: My 28 year old daughter Katie who moved here to Austin with me!

Q: How many pets do you have?  
A: I have a one year old kitty named Prudence.  We like to call her "Princess P."

Q: What are your favorite things to do in Austin? 
A: I love walking the trail at Lady Bird Lake, watching a movie at the Alamo Drafthouse, and photographing the beautiful sunrises and wildflowers whenever I get the chance.

Q: Favorite Majic artist?  
A: Adele

Q: Favorite movie? 
A: The Shawshank Redemption

Q: TV Show? 
A: Shark Tank

Q: Favorite color?
A: Green

Q: Favorite Food? 
A: Steak or Pizza (tie)

Q: Hobbies? 
A: Photography, reading, and watching movies!!

Q: Guilty Pleasure? 
A: Shopping online or off, and watching "The Bachelor."

Q: Latest Austin Celebrity sighting?   
A: I saw Sandra Bullock at Starbuck’s once.  She was right behind me and ordered some kind of crazy coffee concoction I can’t even begin to pronounce!
 
   
Majic in the Morning weekdays 6am-10am  
 
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Q: When did you know you wanted to be on the radio?
A: When I was about six or seven years old, my parents gave me my first radio. I thought it was so cool that you could hear music and people talking through a speaker from miles and miles away. Once I found out you could actually make a living doing that, I was hooked.
 
Q: What do you like most about what you do?
A: Getting to meet and work with many types of people from all walks of life. I’ve made some great friends over my 30-plus year career, and even met my current wife, Amanda, through my job. Plus, it’s rarely ever boring; you never know what will happen from one day to the next.
 
Q: What’s your favorite food?
A: Hamburgers. That’s all I would ever order at restaurants as a kid. I even tried to order a burger for breakfast one time, but my parents quickly intervened. I’ve branched out a bit more since then, of course, but I’ll still eat a good hamburger any day.
 
Q: Do you have pets?
A: Yes. Amanda and I have two dogs: a Chihuahua-Terrier mix named Gus, and an Airedale named Maddie. They keep us entertained. We also co-own a dog walking and pet-sitting service taking care of other people’s dogs as if they were our own.
 
Q: What about children?
A: I have two from a previous marriage. My daughter Jessica is married, and she and my son-in-law are both schoolteachers. My son James runs audio and lighting for a media events company. Needless to say, I’m very proud of them.
 
Q: You’re very open about the fact that you’re blind. How does your blindness affect your daily life?
A: I don’t look at it as a handicap or disability, but an inconvenience. Sure, I have limitations, but so does everyone. I almost always find a solution to every problem I come up against, whether it’s a modification I need to make in my job or getting around town. I want to inspire others who may have doubts about their ability to accomplish their goals.
 
Q: What would you say to someone who may have those doubts?
A: Don’t let other people or circumstances get in the way of whatever God has called you to do. If you don’t follow the right path, you’ll never reach the final destination.
 
Q: Is there one thing people may not know about you, but would be surprised to find out?
A: I’m deathly afraid of roller coasters. I absolutely refuse to get on one. Even when my children were little, and we’d go to amusement parks, I’d sit them out.

 
   
Juliet, weekdays Noon-6pm
 
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Q: What do you do to make sure you start the day right?
A: I have a very strong, very black cup of coffee.  Then I have another.  If I wake up to discover we’ve run out, I’m immediately cranky.

Q:  How would you describe yourself?
A: I’d love to be the kind of person who goes to yoga and mediates every day, but that hasn’t happened yet.  Who knows? Tomorrow’s a new day.

Q: What’s your favorite item in your house?
A: Besides my husband, it’s these carved and polished cypress tree stump tables that were created by an artist in Marfa. I just love ‘em and they make me feel good every time I look at them.

Q: What do you like to do on weekends?
A: I adore films, in the theater, at home, on a plane – wherever. I’m like Don Draper – I see everything.  And if there’s a remotely emotional scene on the screen, I’ll need tissues fer shur.

Q: Do you like a good cocktail?
A: My celebratory drink of the moment is a spectacularly mixed old-fashioned served at a long bar after a hot day.

Q: Can you cook?
A: You bet!  And I like to pretend I’m good enough to be on Top Chef when I’m doing it.  If you ask my husband he’ll tell you I am that good -- he knows which side his bread is buttered on.  I’ve always been just a relentless overachiever, so I can bake a 50 minute lasagna in just under 30 minutes.

Q: Where else have you lived?
A: Boston, New York, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Houston and Vegas, Baby!  But I hope I never have to leave Austin.
 
   


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