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5 O’Clock Cartunes

5 O’Clock Cartunes

Paul Vernon is riding shotgun on your drive home with The 5 O’Clock Cartunes! Hear big classic rock blocks throughout the hour! Every weekday starting at 5:00. Tune in to 100.7 KGMO and have some fun with The 5 O’Clock Cartunes!read more »

Paw’s Pet of the Week

Paw’s Pet of the Week

Our Latest Paws Pet of the Week – Hank! Hank was brought to the shelter by a gentleman who had been trying to take care of him but just couldn’t do it any longer. Hank is a very mild tempered, friendly boy who loves people. He seems to do well with other dogs but we…read more »

Red Cross

Red Cross

Donate The Red Cross wants you to donate blood to those in need. Local blood drives give you a great opportunity to give blood and help others! Visit www.redcross.org for more details on how you can become a donor.  read more »

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Sting is back on top of the charts — the Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart, to be more specific. A remix of his recently re-recorded 1985 solo classic “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” from his new My Songs collection was produced by Dave Aude and revamped for the dance market by Tom Stephan.…

JOAN JETT & SHERYL CROW SET FOR CLIO AWARD HONORS LATER THIS MONTH

Joan Jett and Sheryl Crow will be honored at the Clio Music awards on September 25th at the 60th annual ceremony in New York City. The annual Clio’s salute “innovation and creative excellence in advertising, design and communication.” Billboard reported Crow will receive the Clio Music Impact Award, “which recognizes artists who have made a…

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE WHO’S DRUMMER ZAK STARKEY!!!

Happy Birthday to Ringo Starr’s oldest child — and the Who’s drummer since 1996 — Zak Starkey, who turns 54 today (September 13th)!!! Zak, whose mother was the late Maureen Cox, was the second “Beatle baby” born, following John and Cynthia Lennon’s son Julian Lennon who was born in 1963. Ringo and Maureen went on…

THE WHO TO ROCK FENWAY TONIGHT, NEW ALBUM DETAILS COMING???

The Who will return to Boston tonight (September 13th) to perform their first North American stadium show since 1989. Tonight’s show marks the band’s first gig at Fenway Park and is the Who’s 24th concert in Boston proper — having first performed in the city way back on August 8th, 1967 at the Boston Garden.…

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