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  • Florida Georgia Line Bringing Its 'Anything Goes' Party To Mohegan

    Florida Georgia Line Bringing Its 'Anything Goes' Party To Mohegan
    Say what you will about Florida Georgia Line. Call them the Nickelback of country music. Disparage bro-country as a genre. Tell me FGL isn't even "country": fine. The truth is, the way this winter is going, I'd give almost anything to jump into the...
  • Seminole State College wraps up 10-year August Wilson theater project

    Seminole State College wraps up 10-year August Wilson theater project
    When the curtain rises Friday on "Radio Golf," Seminole State College becomes one of just a handful of theaters nationwide to stage an award-winning 10-play series chronicling the African-American experience. The decadelong presentation of works by...
  • Lehigh DA Jim Martin sues over blogger's 'personal animus'

    Lehigh DA Jim Martin sues over blogger's 'personal animus'
    Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin is suing Allentown blogger Bill Villa, claiming Villa tarnished the district attorney's reputation online and on a local radio program by calling Martin "crooked" and "corrupt," and saying his office "fixes"...
  • Kathy Hart tells stories of bleeping and sleeping on the air

    Kathy Hart tells stories of bleeping and sleeping on the air
    She laid her head on her arm, which was resting on her desk, and reopened the book she had been reading during her breaks. For Kathy Hart, half of the famous "Eric & Kathy Mornings" that has worked for 18 years in 101.9 FM's morning slot, "breaks"...
  • Beer and dodgeball unite at Lager Beer Riot Fundraiser

    Beer and dodgeball unite at Lager Beer Riot Fundraiser
    Some Chicagoans have always taken Sunday drinking seriously, especially our city's hardworking ancestors. April 21 marks the 160th anniversary of the Lager Beer Riot of 1855, when police clashed with protesters, unhappy over a reinstated ordinance...
  • Dan McNeil ready for new direction on 'The Drive'

    Dan McNeil ready for new direction on 'The Drive'
    Dan McNeil had a chance to return to his old turf. WSCR-AM 670 called a couple of weeks ago when former Bear Patrick Mannelly decided to walk away from his role as McNeil's replacement on the midday show. McNeil listened, but he said his mind already...
  • Two veteran DJs out at Magic 95.9

    Two veteran DJs out at Magic 95.9
    Veteran DJs Tim Watts and Lorraine "Lolo" Milliner are out at Baltimore's Magic 95.9, as owner Radio One looks to improve ratings at the urban adult contemporary station. Watts, a fixture on Baltimore radio for decades and at 95.9 for 17 years, and...
  • Ex-radio host given nearly 6 years in prison for fraud

     Ex-radio host given nearly 6 years in prison for fraud
    Former radio talk show host Kathleen Niew was sentenced to almost six years in federal prison Tuesday for fraud after stealing more than $2.3 million from clients who entrusted her with their life savings. Prosecutors said Niew, then an attorney, led...
  • WSCR's Jason Goff on his new show and the state of local sports radio

     WSCR's Jason Goff on his new show and the state of local sports radio
    More than a decade ago, Jason Goff was known to WSCR-AM 670 only as a passionate caller named "Jason from Evanston." Starting Monday, the Evanston Township High School graduate will co-host the station's midday show with Matt Spiegel. Goff, 34,...
  • Theft at College of DuPage's WDCB went longer, cost more, controller says

     Theft at College of DuPage's WDCB went longer, cost more, controller says
    An alleged theft at the College of DuPage radio station went on for more than twice as long — and was twice as costly — as prosecutors charged this week, a high-ranking administrator at the college has alleged. Lynn Sapyta, the community...
  • College of DuPage employed radio engineer despite theft conviction

    College of DuPage employed radio engineer despite theft conviction
    The College of DuPage continued to employ the engineer at its campus radio station — and continued to pay bills submitted by his private company — for nearly two years after he was convicted of a felony for using that same business to steal...