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 »
Up until now, Christian Grey and Ana Steele were just printed names. Now, they’re larger than life…and IN YOUR FACE! Remember the elevator? Yeah. It’s in the trailer.
Will Lee, lead singer of The Fab Faux and guitarist for the Paul Shaffer Orchestra, sang “MacArthur Park.” It was magnificent! I don’t want to take away from Richard Harris’s or Donna Summer’s famous versions, but…WOW.
Millennium Park turned ten years-old this week. Did you remember to send a card? If you’ve ever wondered how the project began or what was on the grounds before it was built, here is a video that tells the story in just 3 minutes!
You can’t beat that “fourthmeal.” Especially after your fourth fifth of scotch! That’s probably why Charlie Sheen was wandering aimlessly up and down the drive-thru lane at Taco Bell.
A piece of history is disappearing before our very eyes! Today marked the start of demolition on the Des Plaines Oasis :-(
Weird Al’s 14th album is “Mandatory Fun,” and that’s an accurate description! It was officially released Tuesday. He is ALSO releasing eight videos in eight days! Wanna see? I thought you might!
Summer has always brought fascinating lightning storms to Chicago. But, this one was a REAL doozie. Did you see how many times the Hancock, Trump and Willis (cough, cough…SEARS) Towers got hit?
Today marks thirty years since the Chicago Bulls first drafted Michael Jordan from the University of North Carolina! Little did we know at the time, June 19, 1984 would begin the NBA journey for one of basketball’s biggest legends!
Dave’s love for Casey Kasem actually led to a guest spot hosting the Top Ten on September 3, 1993. The category: “Top Ten Favorite Numbers from One to Ten!” This is classic Letterman comedy and a wonderful way to pay tribute to a radio legend.
While I love ALL the greatest hits of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s, there is one decade that’s TOTALLY in my wheelhouse. As you may know, I was a child of the 1980s. Those ten years of songs hold a special spot in my heart, no matter how many times I hear them!