When warning sirens blared in Fort Worth last Thursday, fear turned to confusion.
Coming off an embarrassing season opening loss against the 49ers, the Cowboys are preparing to hit the road for the next two games and owner Jerry Jones main concern is if his team is able to recover
Jerry’s interviews are a must-listen for Cowboys fans, certainly. But it’s an important tune-in for NFL followers and national NFL media, too. And for that matter, maybe for fans of radio entertainment in general.
Don Pardo was an announcer’s announcer. He was the model that all announcers aspired to be. He passed away this past Monday at age 96. What a life and career he had.
Colby attempts to break the world record of eating 17 smarties in 1 minute blindfolded.
You know, there are so many good radio DJs around our area and abroad (including overseas) so here is another list of my ten favorite radio disc jockeys of all time.
A judge has granted Casey Kasem’s daughter a temporary restraining order preventing his wife from cremating his body, but it’s unclear where those remains are located.
From Fort Worth to Dallas and Frisco, large crowds enjoyed all the Fourth of July festivities popping up around town.
This one is about my personal vote for 10 of the best radio disc jockeys over a 40-50 year period. Certainly it is not all inclusive and doesn’t list all of my favorites
In pop culture, Casey Kasem was as sweet and dependable as a glass of warm milk and a plate of cookies, which only made the ugliness of his last years seem more bizarre and tragic.
No smartphone, no iPad, no TV, no problem! A TCU student is digitally detoxing for the next seven days.
We lost Jim Lange on Tuesday at the age of 81. Lange, best known as host of “The Dating Game,” was one of those rare individuals who had successful careers in both radio and TV.