Q&A w/ Jeremy Johnson of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial

Q&A w/ Jeremy Johnson of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial
Jeremy Johnson’s father, Ken Johnson, passed away in 2003 at age 49. It was Jeremy’s 1st experience in which he was responsible for final expenses, and there was no life insurance. More

Lou Perrine’s opening new location during a volatile time Q&A with Anthony Perrine

Lou Perrine’s opening new location during a volatile time Q&A with Anthony Perrine
We sat down with the one and only Anthony Perrine, owner of Lou Perrine’s Gas and Grocery, to talk gas prices, new second location, Einstein Bagels and more. Q. Would you agree when it comes to price volatility, the gasoline business isn’t for the faint-hearted?  Anthony: Traditionally gas is relatively stable.  The volatility comes with major geopolitical issues like we are facing now.  Unfortunately, this administrations push of EV has caused massive volatility as well.  From a business owner, there really isn’t anything you can do.  You should just raise or lower according to what the market did that day.  But when gas gets this high you get a lot of retailers trying to sell below cost or afraid to go up on gas because we know it ultimately kills the consumer and their business. Q. At press time the national average price for a gallon of gas just reached... More

Kevin Ervin Chats It Up w/ Children’s Television Historian Jim Engel

Kevin Ervin Chats It Up w/ Children’s Television Historian Jim Engel
Kevin Ervin owner of  Franks Diner sits down for lunch with cartoonist, designer and pop culture tv historian Jim Engel to talk about Jim’s career and his upcoming sold out fundraising appearance for Kenosha Community Media “Remembering Garfield Goose” at the Kenosha Public Museum on Friday September 17th.  More