Chuck Gaidica

Chuck Gaidica retired as Director of Meteorology from WDIV-TV, Detroit. During his 35-year career in TV & radio weather he flew through a hurricane and chased tornadoes. Once, he actually caught one! Chuck is a paid spokesperson for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.

Chuck Gaidica: Movember, Beards and Bond

It’s time to remind other men in my life to think about better health and routine exams, as well as reflect on my own personal health journey.

Chuck Gaidica
Food and Recipes

Chuck Gaidica: A Visit to the 5-H Farms Stand

You may not always pay the cheapest price at a farm stand, but you’ll get to buy produce like corn and berries within walking distance of where they were grown.

farm stands in Michigan
Food and Recipes

Chuck Gaidica: Spaghetti Squash Recipe

Need a quick weeknight dinner? Try this noodle-free recipe that uses spaghetti squash instead of pasta. With a loaf of bread and a fresh salad, you are all set.

spaghetti squash dinner

Chuck Gaidica: Hiking the Silver Lake Sand Dunes for Good Health

Chuck Gaidica gives tips about taking a hike at the Silver Lake Sand Dunes.

Home and Family

Chuck Gaidica: Keeping Kids Calm During Spring Storms

Storms can be scary to all of us. They are fascinating, too. Chuck Gaidica shares tips for keeping kids calm during spring storms.

calm kids

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