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  • Stan Freberg, master of comedy parodies and commercials, dies at 88

    Stan Freberg, master of comedy parodies and commercials, dies at 88
    Stan Freberg, an influential master of the lampoon who channeled his off-the-wall sensibility into groundbreaking radio shows, comedy albums and hundreds of humorous television commercials for products such as chow mein and prunes, died of natural...
  • Radio Shack stores in Central Florida rebranding with Sprint

    Radio Shack stores in Central Florida rebranding with Sprint
    Most Central Florida Radio Shack locations are transitioning to co-branded Sprint stores starting today, officials from the wireless carrier announced. Sprint is building a "store-within-a-store" at 19 Central Florida Radio Shack locations that will...
  • ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley revisits the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry this weekend

    ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley revisits the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry this weekend
    Baseball is back on ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley (AM-1230, 1320). The eighth season of IronPigs baseball began on Thursday night and continues throughout the weekend. Matt Provence, Jon Schaefer and new studio reporter Darius Thigpen will give you...
  • How to hear the Orioles Opening Day radio broadcast

    How to hear the Orioles Opening Day radio broadcast
    In case you missed it and you’re trying to find a way to listen or watch Friday’s home opener, the Orioles switched flagship radio stations in January. CBS Radio's WJZ (105.7 FM) will broadcast all 162 regular-season games, as well as...
  • Ex-College of DuPage campus radio employee indicted on theft, forgery counts

    Ex-College of DuPage campus radio employee indicted on theft, forgery counts
    A former College of DuPage employee was indicted Thursday on felony charges alleging he stole from the campus radio station in a series of thefts, some of which took place while he was on probation for pilfering from another local college. The 12-count...
  • Club Notes for April 11 to April 18

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com. Mail: Community News, The Capital, 888 Bestgate...
  • iHeartRadio Music Awards might be one show too many

    iHeartRadio Music Awards might be one show too many
    The stated theme for this year's iHeartRadio Music Awards was "My Journey," which meant that the show featured, in addition to performances and acceptance speeches, artists describing formative moments in their careers. There was Kelly Clarkson...
  • Man Who Made False Fire Radio Calls Sent To Prison

    LITCHFIELD — A Massachusetts man who made a series of phony radio calls on frequencies used by Litchfield County fire departments and ambulance crews was sentenced Monday to 30 months in prison. Adam Perrelli, 36, who has been jailed since his...
  • Interviewing Mary Lambert: Since Macklemore & Lewis hit 'Same Love,' success is keeping her warm

    Interviewing Mary Lambert: Since Macklemore & Lewis hit 'Same Love,' success is keeping her warm
    Singer Mary Lambert says her goal has always been to “impact as many people as possible,” though she believed it might be as a teacher, for which she got a college degree, or a politician. Instead, while Lambert was working as a bartender in...
  • Va., W.Va. broadcast stations honored at annual awards

    For the second straight year, Charlottesville station WVIR-TV won Outstanding News Operation of the Virginias for small market television, while Charleston station WCHS-TV took home the honor for large market television in the 2015 Virginias Associated...
  • Heritage Blues Orchestra's Bill Sims: Band is keeping alive blues' roots, ties to other music

    Heritage Blues Orchestra's Bill Sims: Band is keeping alive blues' roots, ties to other music
    If Heritage Blues Orchestra’s Grammy-nominated debut album “And Still I Rise” sounds decidedly different from most popular blues music today — a raw and rough throwback to Deep South field-workers chants and seminal gospel chants...