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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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FLASHBACK: THE WHO RELEASES ‘QUADROPHENIA’

It was 46 years ago Saturday (October 19th, 1973) that the Who released their second double album, the watershed 1973 collection, Quadrophenia. The set featured such classic Who songs as “The Real Me,” “5:15,” “I’m One,” “The Punk And The Godfather,” “Drowned,” “Sea And Sand,” and “Love Reign O’er Me,” among others. A film version…

RINGO STARR OFFERS TIPS FOR A POSITIVE LIFE

Ringo Starr remains a sprightly 79-year-old, and shed some light on how he keeps himself positive and happy. Ringo, who’ll release his 20th album on October 25th, titled What’s My Name, told GQ, “I also feel that every day is a good day, but I can drag it down. I live a life now that…

RON WOOD SHEDS LIGHT ON 1980’s FREEBASING ERA

Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood is the subject of a new official career-spanning documentary, titled, Somebody Up There Likes Me. The NME quoted portions of the upcoming doc in which Wood talks candidly about his freebase cocaine addiction, remembering, “I felt that with the base, the ­freebase, it was controlling me. I had no control…

DOCTOR REFUTES EDDIE VAN HALEN’S ‘METAL PICKS’ CANCER CLAIM

A British physician is refuting a claim that Eddie Van Halen contracted tongue cancer back in 2000 due to placing metallic guitar picks in his mouth. Van Halen’s camp remains mum regarding the rumors that the guitar legend is battling either throat or lung cancer. According to a recent TMZ report, Van Halen has been…

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