Jeffrey T. Mason
Jeffrey Tyler Mason was born a “radio geek.” By age 15, he found a way to get paid for it, answering the request lines at WYCL in Reading, PA. “Jeffro” (as friends call him) went on to work in some of America’s finest holes in the road and eventually got the call to the majors at age 20… Read more »
There have been 555,000 babies registered so far in 2013 at BabyCenter.com. That’s a pretty good gauge of what names parents are picking for their little ones. Here are the 100 most popular names for both newborn boys and girls.
Watch that crowd go wild as “Da Coach” Mike Ditka walks onto the field for his jersey retirement ceremony! And, let me tell you…at 9 degrees, these Bears fans were lucky they could even move.
Last night was the 36th annual Kennedy Center Honors. Four of the five honorees were musicians. Half of those play here at 104.3 K-Hits! Billy Joel, Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock were in the spotlight.
John Landis once told me the Dixie Square Mall chase scene in “The Blues Brothers” was one of the most expensive and stressful scenes he EVER directed. He also admitted it was unbelievably FUN! Now, it’s been recreated…only with LEGOS.
Back in October, I blogged about a new movie called “17 Seconds.” This film is all about the 17 second turning point during Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Championship in June. This weekend, that movie makes its television debut!
Someone had quite a bit of time on their hands when they put this video together! In it, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (aka Patrick Stewart) from Star Trek: The Next Generation recites the entire lyrics to “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”
You can still help, you know! Many cool items will be auctioned on eBay and you can donate directly to Rock To The Rescue. You saw the footage on television. Just imagine if you lost your entire home in a matter of seconds. Wow.
Jon Stewart can scoff at Chicago’s deep dish pizza. That’s fine. But, I bet he’s got NO problem whatsoever with our doughnuts. One in particular was just voted the BEST in America!
Tomorrow night, instead of wearing formal attire to Symphony Hall, you’re invited to dress up as your favorite “Grease” character and sing along with the movie! This is the newest addition to the holiday lineup at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Here’s a clip you WON’T see in the theatre. It’s from the Sydney, Australia premiere of the movie. The four stars were on-hand, having a little fun before the film and broke into song! Ready for a little “Afternoon Delight?”