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 »
Calling all stalkers! According to People, you can own Rick Springfield’s locks for $750! You’ll also be helping to save, shelter and find “furever homes” for homeless dogs through the Worldheart Foundation. (Stalker redemption?)
Everyone knows how #88 does on the ice, but how does he do on the microphone? It was karaoke night and Patrick chose “Free Fallin” from Tom Petty.
“Chicago: A Bird’s-Eye View VII – Summer in the City” shows how our city comes alive during this all-too-short season! You’ll see Millennium Park, Navy Pier, Buckingham Fountain, North Avenue Beach, expressways, the L and more.
Yesterday marked the 6th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s untimely passing. We all remember that fateful day in 2009. Apparently, so does Mother Nature. Among the clouds was what appeared to be MJ moonwalking through the sky!
I have had the pleasure of attending a Beach Boys concert and even emceeing a Kool & the Gang show. Tonight, they’ll BOTH be at our K-Hits Summer Concert on Montrose Beach. I want to share with you my favorite songs from both bands. Let me know if you agree…
Billy Corgan played piano and sang a version of the Beatles’ “Something” for fans backstage at a VIP Experience. This is an acoustic Smashing Pumpkins tour, so it totally fit the vibe!
Impressive…or irresponsible? Last night at Wrigley Field, a fan in the stands caught a foul ball. Nothing new there, right? WRONG! This particular fan was carrying a baby. It was just resting in the guy’s left arm, sucking on a bottle!
If you haven’t yet made lunch plans for today, I’ve got the PERFECT plan!
Head downtown to Daley Plaza from 11a-2p for a “Taste of the Taste!” Food vendors will be there with a preview of what’s to come at Taste of Chicago next month!
It’s rare that hockey is associated with classical music, however on Thursday night, director Ricardo Muti led the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a performance of “Chelsea Dagger.” You may know it better as the Blackhawks goal song!
Have you ever wondered what “Time After Time” and “True Colors” would sound like if Peter and Stewie Griffin from “Family Guy” sang them? Wonder no more! Thanks, Seth MacFarlane.