"Life begins in Texas and everything before ... don't count." Being a loyal Texan, although not a native-born Texan, that's one of my favorite quotes and it pretty well describes me. Wichita Falls has been my home since the summer of '81 and I wouldn't have it any other way. When I'm not at the Radio Station you may spot me out on a bicycle, pickin' and grinnin' at a downtown art gallery or just hanging out at the coffee shop enjoying some pleasant conversation. I love living in Wichita Falls, playing your favorite music on the Radio, writing and voicing commercials, and of course, taking pictures with my trusty Nikon. By the way, if you see someone jumping for joy at the vintage LP he just discovered in one of the local resale shops, that’s probably me.
It’s National Boss’s Day – And We’d Rather Work For A Robot
Did you do something nice for your Boss today? It is National Boss's Day, after all. Then again, more than half of us would rather be managed by a robot.
Classic Movie Nights At Stage 2 Are Fun Local Outings
You don't get surround sound, but you do get staff in costumes to match the show bringing your food to you and a fun evening that couldn't happen anywhere else.
Howl-O-Growl Fur-Raiser For PETS Is This Saturday
Tickets are $35 per person, or you can spring for the $55 wristband and get a free entry into the costume contest and unlimited game play.
Granny Pods Potential Game-Changer For Aging Parents
These tiny little houses, about 500 square feet or so, usually fit into the space of a typical detached garage.
What To Do When You’ve Forgotten Someone’s Name
My Super-Power is meeting someone and immediately forgetting their name. Thank God I'm not the only one this happens to.
Two New Jersey Women Busted For Cheating At Church Bingo
Unfortunately for them, one of the church volunteers noticed that they had taped one of the winning numbers over the actual number on their card.
Mysterious Ghost Ship Appears In Philadelphia
Is it the Flying Dutchman finally making it into port? Or is it just the beginning of the zombie apocalypse?
Helpful Advice on Halloween Candy Becomes Viral Rant
She genuinely has her neighborhood in mind and is only trying to do what's right for the kiddos. Except for the bit about Peeps. She really doesn't like Peeps.
Study Shows It’s Now OK To Use Emoji At Work
55% of respondents indicated that they thought that emoji were helpful in setting a tone for their message.
Less Than 20% of Americans Ready For Zombie Apocalypse
Lest you think this is a joking matter it is important to note that the CDC has a web page dedicated to what to do in case of a Zombie attack.
Westminster South Carolina Hosts Bigfoot Festival This Month
The festival promises live music, food, guest speakers, and maybe some really BIG guests.
Wanna TP Someone’s House in 2019? Be Sure To Ask Permission First
While it's not an official city ordinance or law, they decided that the threat was so great there was a need to make the statement.