We are now in to the first full week of 2013 and the statistics about last year are starting to come in. What was it that you remember about 2012 here in the Inland Empire? I know one thing I can’t forget and I quipped about a lot it on the air during the summer months. Read more for that info and see if it brings you back…
After testing them in their Pacific Northwest home territory the new Starbucks cup makes its debut across the United States and Canada today. And it’s designed to save you money! If you like your Starbucks like I do, you’ll want this new cup. Read more to be more…re-enjoyable.
If the normal amusement park leaves you wanting more, channel your inner red neck at the Red Neck Resort in Tennessee!
You probably wouldn’t need this unless you were a part of the Expendables team, but it’s still totally cool!
Michael Phelps is now the most decorated Olympian in history. Will his record be broken? Will athletes ever stop breaking records? Read on…
Stu Tiffany and Jimbo have finally done something good for a change. Check out this CNN news feature where the crew helps show the danger of leaving pets in your vehicle.
You’ve noticed that there are at least three Starbucks in your neighborhood or work vicinity, right? So it’s hard to imagine that the coffee chain could have more saturation in our lives. But they are kicking it up a notch by joining another entity that is everywhere in our lives. Read more for the details.
The Space Shuttle Discovery made its final trip yesterday, kind of a victory lap from Florida up to Washington D.C., where it will be on display at the Smithsonian…
Too bad the club is in Chicago. But nevertheless, maybe a few Inland Empire strip clubs will copy this idea for the next holiday season. So how does this club make their patrons more merry AND help out less fortunate kids? Read more…and see more!
When I moved in to my house several years ago neighbors told me that there were several pets buried in my backyard from the previous owners. Not much I could do since I already bought the place. However that’s nothing compared to what a New Orleans home owner found in his backyard. New Orleans should tip you off that it’s creepy! Read more to find out.