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  • Bob Rotruck ready to roll as radio voice of AHL Lehigh Valley Phantoms

    Long before Allentown underwent its current sports and entertainment renaissance, Bob Rotruck worked in the city as a broadcaster. Back then, the best we could do was an independent baseball team and Rotruck witnessed it first-hand. "In 2002, I was...
  • Steve Smith goes on Charlotte radio, calls out former team

    Steve Smith is done dismantling his former team, the Carolina Panthers, on the field. Now he’s taking apart the storyline he says they’re trying to propagate about his exit. Days after he scored a pair of touchdowns against his former team,...
  • Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'

    Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'
    The main attraction at a sold-out gig, TV on the Radio wasn't scheduled to perform until after 10 p.m. But at Pappy & Harriet's, the dusty little roadhouse off Route 62 near Joshua Tree, sound check is far from a private affair. So on a recent Friday...
  • 'Everything Will Be Alright' in Weezer's musical roller coaster ride

     'Everything Will Be Alright' in Weezer's musical roller coaster ride
    Twenty years ago, Weezer was one of the biggest bands in Los Angeles, a deeply quirky alternative-rock quartet riding high on the success of its self-titled 1994 debut. Also known as the Blue Album, the triple-platinum "Weezer" presented a group —...
  • Felicia Middlebrooks on 30 years as co-anchor at WBBM-AM

    Felicia Middlebrooks on 30 years as co-anchor at WBBM-AM
    A lot has changed in Chicago media over the past 30 years. One thing that hasn’t is Felicia Middlebrooks, who has been the morning co-anchor for CBS Radio’s WBBM-AM 780 since Oct 1, 1984. Middlebrooks celebrated her anniversary Wednesday...
  • WTIC's Scott Gray To Retire; Known For Morning Commentaries

    WTIC's Scott Gray To Retire; Known For Morning Commentaries
    Scott Gray spent the summer thinking about retirement. He got more comfortable with the thought, maybe because he's 66, maybe because he has done about 3,500 morning commentaries for WTIC, maybe because he has a home on Lake Winnipesaukee in New...
  • Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook

    Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook
    This year, Courant carriers – paperboys and girls -- shared their memories with us on Facebook, in email, in typewritten and handwritten letters. We thought we'd share them with you – they made us laugh, smile and even cry. John Chilicki,...
  • Radio's Sid Rosenberg throws party - for himself

    Radio's Sid Rosenberg throws party - for himself
    Not many radio personalities throw a second anniversary party for themselves, but Sid Rosenberg had a pretty good reason to celebrate Friday night. A recovering alcoholic lives one day at a time, not even thinking as far as year No. 3. The morning...
  • Lake Wobegon meets Newport News

    Lake Wobegon meets Newport News
    When Garrison Keillor launched his radio show more than 40 years ago, he had modest aspirations. After all, the idea of a man spinning homespun yarns (partly autobiographical, partly apocryphal) and producing old-fashioned radio serials (partly satire,...
  • 'Kindie rock' queen Laurie Berkner, coming to Bethlehem, expands her empire

    Ten years ago, Laurie Berkner was crowned the queen of "kindie rock" — indie music performed for children. The former preschool teacher's rise was fueled by her music videos, which in 2004 started running on Noggin, a kids TV channel now known...
  • ALMA telescope spies a planetary system in process of being born

    ALMA telescope spies a planetary system in process of being born
    With amazing clarity, astronomers have spied a solar system in the act of being born. At the center is HL Tau, an infant star that is believed to be no more than 1 million years old. It is surrounded by hazy, concentric rings of material that scientists...