Posts in category "Radio"

Top 4 Vins in America

<strong>#4 Vin Diesel</strong><br><br> Even though his real name is Mark Sinclair, I still felt he earned a spot on this list.  It may also be worth noting that every Vin I could think of made this list.
How many Vins can you name? Not a Vince, Vincent or Vint, but Vin. I was able to come up with only four, so I ranked them.

7 Most Worthless Questions Heard on Sports News Shows

  <strong>Will They Become a Dynasty? Are They Already a Dynasty?</strong><br><br> This question is asked after every sports championship concludes and is a very effective time waster. My biggest problem (among many) with this is that no one has defined "Dynasty" and most agree that the definition of a dynasty changes between eras. <br><br> I love watching world class athletes compete in sports. What I don't care about is fat sports talk guys who wear khaki pants and black silk shirts with brown sandals, argue about where they feel one team ranks among every other team in history, dating back to 1962.  <br><br>That is VERY far removed from why most people enjoy sports
There is a lot of demand for sports news but there isn’t quite as much demand for sports talk, although it is in copious supply. Every sports fan wants to hear the latest news about their favorite teams, players, rivals, etc.  But what they don’t all need is to listen to four dudes giving their... Read more »

Top 100 Songs by North Coast Festival Artists - Past &amp; Present

Top 100 Songs by North Coast Festival Artists - Past &amp; Present
“Like” us on Facebook North Coast Music Festival (@northcoastfest, facebook.com/northcoastfest, www.northcoastfestival.com) has quickly made a name for itself amongst Chicagoans and Midwest music fans alike.  Here are 100 reasons why.  Now help us think of 100 more.  —————————“Like” us on Facebook.
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Emerging Chicago Talent of the Week: 5 Reasons to See Lubriphonic This Friday

Emerging Chicago Talent of the Week: 5 Reasons to See Lubriphonic This Friday
Weekly rituals are part of what make institutions last, like frats shooting BBs through a pledge’s scrotum or executives clearing the search history of their company laptop.  So we’re going to do the same, and start a weekly tradition.  Each week we’ll feature a different emerging Chicago talent, be it a musician, band, painter, comedian,... Read more »

Five Ways NPR Can Survive Without Government Funding

Five Ways NPR Can Survive Without Government Funding
Fellow boring white people, assemble! NPR is in danger of losing its government funding. Whether you’re all for that or totally against it, there’s one thing we can all agree on: enchiladas is tasty. Now that we’ve established some common ground, let’s try to find a way for listeners like you and me to make... Read more »