Don’t be fooled by the fact that it’s Stu’s hometown, Colton is a cool hang and the city is home to a legendary restaurant in the Inland Empire. However, after 51 years in business it is closing. Get their fantastic food now! Read more for the info.
It’s going to be cold and rainy this weekend in the Inland Empire so it’s a great time to eat warm, delicious french fries – for free! One of our favorite restaurant chains is introducing their new and improved fries for St. Patrick’s day weekend and you get them for free. What’s the catch? There is no catch! Read more for your free fries.
No, I am not talking about a glass of milk since milk has been around a lot longer than 100 years. But this tasty treat is best enjoyed with milk. There is not a one of you that has not enjoyed the yumminess of this American Icon celebrating its centennial today. Be careful when you read more, you’ll want one!
It was a treat, speaking with actress Juliet Landau today. I recently saw her in the play “Danny and The Deep Blue Sea” – details and ticket info here – and was so taken with her performance that I asked if she could come on 96-7 KCAL Rocks to talk about her work – past, present and future. Oh, and if you missed the link Juliet was talking about with her project with Gary Oldman, it’s right here.
She’s bright, intelligent, funny and very talented. If you’re a fan of the “Buffy” and “Angel” TV Series, you’ll love hearing what she’s doing to keep that fan base excited. Give a listen. And see her play at the Crown City Theater in North Hollywood.
Today is National Pancake Day and to celebrate this restaurant chain is offering free pancakes. However, they are requesting your help in donating to a great cause. Read more to get your free short stack.
Nope, not a Beatles Sergeant Pepper thing, but a reference to one of my all-time favorite movies which was released on Valentine’s Day in 1992. And since viewing it dozens of times, “Bohemian Rhapsody” has taken on a whole new meaning. Party on…and jump ahead for more.
Daryl’s blog about sandwich stadiums got me hungry and got me to thinking – what do most Americans eat on football’s biggest game day? Plus, what are they serving in the boxes this Sunday at the stadium in Indianapolis?
My guess is that most all Americans know this dude and think he’s a douche. It’s for sure you know the game show that he hosts. It’s been on TV forever and it’s been a slot game in casinos for a very long time, too. A new revelation explains why he and his co-host got so excited about those darn letters.
If you lived in the Inland Empire on January 17, 1994 you remember it. It was very early in the morning on this day 18 years ago that the Northridge earthquake happened. Now is a good time for you to look over that good old list – you know, earthquake preparedness. Eighteen years is a long time for us to go without a significant quake. I’ve got that list for you just ahead…
In these bad economic times here’s good news. A company announced today that it is needing 70,000 employees for its big spring season. I’ve got the details, read more…