The Roof at The Broadway

Columbia’s newest bar opened just in time for my friend’s birthday celebration, so we jumped at the chance to check out The Roof on top of The Broadway in downtown Columbia. I don’t think we could have picked a better location.  The Roof truly gives you a unique and impressive view of Columbia and immediately […]


Summer Shows

What’s helping you cope with this extra long and bitter winter?  For me, it’s pre-planning which summer rock concerts I want to hit.  Since many of the shows that have been announced so far are at outdoor venues, I’m already imaging myself enjoying the warm weather while drinking a beer and listening to some classic […]


2014 Away Mizzou Football Games

I’ve made it a goal to attend at least one away game every season for my beloved Tigers.  This past season I went to the Ole Miss game and the year before that – I headed to Knoxville for the epic Mizzou vs. Tennessee game. Both trips were absolutely fantastic and it’s hard to describe […]


Thanksgiving is the new Black Friday

Many retail stores are starting Black Friday on Thanksgiving this year, and some even did it last year.  There’s been a lot of backlash from people who think those stores epitomize corporate greed while preventing their employees from celebrating Thanksgiving with their families. Does it make me a bad person to say that I’m happy […]


What Happened To Kids Halloween Costumes?

When I was growing up, I never once went to a store and bought a Halloween costume.  Half the fun was coming up with a creative costume idea, then using what you already had (or could borrow) to bring it to life. Fast forward 30 years and now I’m the mom with a kid who […]


The Top 5 Things to Know About the KC Renaissance Festival

The Kansas City Renaissance Festival is going on until October 14th. Here are 5 things you should know before you go. Location.  It may be called the Kansas City Renfest, but it’s actually 15 miles west of downtown K.C. in Bonner Springs, Kansas.  Yes, it makes you cringe – but you WILL have to enter […]


The Perfect Tailgate Bloody Mary

I bartended my way through college, and I can’t tell you how many times I set a customer straight on a weekend morning with one of these Bloody Mary’s. (Just call them “Attitude Adjusters”)  And speaking of adjustments – you can increase or decrease the spice to your liking, but this basic recipe is a […]


Foreigner Won’t Seem Foreign

Several years ago, Foreigner came to the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia.  I went to the show – but was skeptical about seeing them without former singer and co-founder Lou Gramm. Luckily, it turned out to be amazing.  And now that Foreigner is returning to Sedalia this summer on Friday, August 9th: Mark your calendar […]


Do You Bleed Cardinal Red?

Did you know that donating blood can be good for YOUR health? Most people know that donating blood can save other peoples’ lives, but you can personally benefit from donating in more ways than one. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that men between the ages of 43 and […]


Gov't Mule, NOT Cheese!

There’s a show coming to the Blue Note on Monday, April 29th, that can’t get here soon enough.  It’s a Southern rock jam band called Gov’t Mule that’s been around since the mid-90’s. If you’ve never seen them live or haven’t heard of them, stop reading this and kick your own ass. Gov’t Mule is […]


About Nicci Garmon
Nicci Garmon has worked at Zimmer Radio since before she graduated from Journalism School at MU. She is on air mornings on the Eagle 93.9 and mid-days on 96.7 KCMQ...and is the program director of both stations. Her passions include music, spending time with her family, water sports, reading, and she's a news junkie. Nicci is originally from Alabama, but has been in Columbia for over 30 years and loves being part of the community.