Tasha's KRLD To Do List: January 12-15Spend the rainy weekend inside! See all that's happening this weekend with the KRLD To Do list.
The Foote Files: Billy Ward & His DominoesIn the early 1950’s, one of the first R&B groups emerged on the music scene. Formed by a guy named Billy Ward (born Robert L. Williams), his plan was to ride the wave on the emerging vocal trends of R&B music.
The Foote Files: The Fifth BeatleThe reference is informal, coined years ago by various music and entertainment writers, to a person, either on the performing or business side, who was at one time a member of The Beatles or had some very close connection to them.
The Foote Files: Two Popular Dance Songs On College Campuses... From The 60's!During the 1960’s, two songs were very popular on Top 40 Radio and college campuses: “Money (That’s What I Want)” and “C’mon And Swim.”
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Spend Christmas With The Ricardos, Mertzes, and Petries!!This Christmas evening from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., CBS will rebroadcast the I Love Lucy Christmas Special and two colorized Dick Van Dyke Show episodes.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: North American Radio TidbitsThere are more than 15,000 licensed radio stations in the U.S. today.
A Great Workout Song For The HolidaysThe holiday season is a wonderful time of the year, with a lot of great food. But if you pride yourself on staying in shape and need a new workout song, I have just the one for you.
"Dragnet" & Its Cast Of Character ActorsFor years, producers and directors have known that having great starring actors is not enough. It's the surrounding cast that really make the show. And one series that made extraordinary use of character actors was "Dragnet."
Tasha’s KRLD To Do List November 10- 13, 2016Get out and enjoy the fall weather this weekend because there is plenty 'To Do' around DFW this weekend.
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Tasha's KRLD To Do List: November 3-7KRLD's Tasha Stevens gives you a list of things 'To Do' around DFW this weekend.
Parents Eating The Kids Halloween Candy Prank Goes ViralFor the last five years, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has asked parents to share a video of them telling their kids they ate all of the Halloween candy the worked so hard to get. The reactions are priceless!

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