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Riders start your engines! With the Louie Run happening this Sunday at the Lake County Fairgrounds, riding season is officially here.
A Cleveland-area driver avoided charges of reckless driving after he told cops he was stopping his car erratically because he was concerned about his passenger who’d had a few too many shots … of gravy!
Join Paula Balish and 98.5 ‘NCX on Monday, May 6th from 10am – noon at the Museum of Contemporary Art – 11400 Euclid Ave for a FREE event where Google professionals will help small businesses in Ohio get online!
The Stephen Stills four-CD box set, Carry On, just came out, but you’ll now have to wait a little longer for his next project, his collaboration with guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and blues keyboardist Barry Goldberg.
The 4th annual Women in the World Summit begins tomorrow in New York City. To celebrate the event and its mission, today’s 4-play features popular songs by influential women rockers.
Today is Easter Monday, and in places with strong Polish connections and heritage, Dyngus Day is being celebrated. To go along with the sprinkling of water, we’re giving you four songs with “water” in the title in today’s 4-play.
To go along with the question “When will Spring get here?”, we’re playing 4-songs with the word “when” in the title.
Three of Aerosmith’s classic ’70s albums will be reissued on vinyl for Record Store Day April 20th. The band’s 1973 self-titled debut, 1974′s Get Your Wings and 1975′s Toys in the Attic have all been remastered for vinyl and will be released in individually numbered jackets. All three albums have not been available on vinyl for over a decade.
In today’s 4-play, we celebrate the 64th birthday of Eddie Money (Mahoney).
It was way back in August of 2012 that Scott Smith brought a bag of weapons into Crocker Park’s Regal Cinema. It was just a few weeks after James Holmes killed 12 people and injured close to 60 others in a mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater during a screening of the movie, “The Dark Knight Rises.”