Monday – Listen to win tickets to the COKE ZERO 400! We’re going to save the world with PB&J. Hear a local review from our Lite Rock Movie Critics. We’ll also open Mike & Mindy’s e-mail box.
Tuesday – We’ll talk with BBQ Champion & Judge, Tuffy “The Professor” Stone, about the new season of the hit series BBQ Pitmasters. It’s also Testing Tuesday: Do you look at life with a positive attitude or are there always dark clouds on your horizon? Discover your true outlook on life by taking our test.
Wednesday – Take a coffee break and tells us how much you really drink a day? Please help us find a loving home for a doggy or kitty during Animal House.
Thursday – Time for Best of Thursday: Who makes the best pizza in town? We also have ways to add 30 years to your life in 8 easy steps.
Friday – It’s the first day of summer! We have your summer time tips and a list of family activities that will cost you little. We’ll also draw the winner for the Online Lyrics and Birthday Prize Pack will be announced.
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"It's hard to take courage
In a world full of people
You can lose sight of it all
And the darkness inside you
Can make you feel so small"
For the Active signs (Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn): The chemistry in your workplace is off on Monday and Tuesday, further complicating everything. Wednesday and Thursday are weird and cloudy, and Friday finds you strangely torn between two friends. All of this oddness adds up to a weekend in which you may not feel like doing anything more than sticking around the house and chilling out.
For the Determined signs (Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius): It doesn’t really matter what you do at the start of the week — you’re going to have a good time regardless. Wednesday and Thursday will be interesting but not in ways you like — stubbornness and greediness are double-whammy themes. But Friday you’ll get to go to a lecture that taxes your brain in beautiful ways.
For the Flexible signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces): If there’s a pizza in your life Monday, don’t dawdle when it’s time to take your share — or you might not get any at all. On Tuesday, there’s tension between you and your coworkers, but by Wednesday, you’ve turned that on its head, thanks to the force of your personality. Friday and the weekend require you to be in constant communication with others.
ARE YOU POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE? OR YOU ARE WHAT YOU WATCH ON TV!
66 Years in Love Caught on Film! An elderly couple shares one of the sweetest moments you'll ever see in a hospital. Grab a tissue, you're going to need it.
"Nobody tells you what to do unless they sign your paycheck ... and even then sometimes you shouldn't listen." — Kathleen —
Before my wedding, while I was stressing out, my dad said, "Honey, the most important thing that happens here is that you two get married. If one of you throws up on the other one's shoes and then faints in horror, we'll pick you up and clean your shoes and you'll go on. It's the commitment you're making to each other that's important, not the wedding."
— Michelle —
The best advice that my daddy ever gave me was on how to raise my daughter. He said, "When she falls don't run to her; if she isn't passed out, she'll probably be all right."
— Wendy –
"The sun always rises and sets again tomorrow." He reminded me of this when I broke up with boyfriends, lost my cat, or didn't get the role I wanted in the school play.
— Jackie —
"Praise in public, criticize in private." My father was a United States Marine but he always understood the importance of people's feelings, including those of his own kids.
— Melinda —
"There are wish bones, jaw bones, and back bones. Those who dream about doing things , those who talk about doing things, and those who actually accomplish things." — Chuck —
When I was a young child, my father told me family is the most important thing there is in life. You can always count on them. — Shana —
The best advice my dad ever gave me was to always tell the truth. People will always react more positively if you bring your mistake to their attention versus them finding it out on their own. — Cindy —
"Never regret the choices you make in life. Never be sorry for what you did yesterday; it was what you wanted, what you chose. Accept that fact, and move forward."— Carol —
"Mom is always right!" — Luke —
"The future belongs to those who dare" — Sridevi —
"Be a better parent than your parents. Stop bad cycles and habits. Always try to better yourself because when you're better your children get better." He was right. — Jennifer —
You probably heard by now that during the finale of "Britain's Got Talent" that someone just walked out on the stage and started pelting Simon Cowell with eggs.
Oz: The Great and Powerful is set before the events of the 1939 film, with James Franco as a circus magician who lands in the world that will bear his name. It co-stars Zach Braff, Bruce Campbell, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz.
Bounty hunting siblings kill witches the world over in Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters with Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton.
A father tries to free his wrongly imprisoned son by going undercover for the CIA in Snitch with Dwayne Johnson, Susan Sarandon, Benjamin Bratt and Barry Pepper.
TV: Betty and Coretta, Burn Notice: Season Six, The Dick Van Dyke Show: Season Three, Fairly Legal: Season Two, Ghost Hunters: Season Eight-Part Two, House of Cards: The Complete Season One, Killing Lincoln, Major Crimes: The Complete First Season, Necessary Roughness: Season Two, The Newsroom: The Complete First Season, Perry Mason: Season Nine, Volume One - The Final Season, Rizzoli and Isles: The Complete Third Season and Wedding Band: The Complete Series. Click here for more!
What is the world record for most hand-claps in one minute? If you answered, "721," you're wrong. That was the previous world record. The new record-holder is Bryan Bednarek who clapped 802 times in one minute. Can you do it? Try it!
Some cities are known for their traffic. Some are notorious for their high rate of crime. But Alexandria, Virginia is known for being well-read, according to an annual Amazon.com poll. Florida had 5 in the top 20!
The top Florida most well-read U.S. cities:
1. Alexandria, Virginia
2. Knoxville, Tennessee
3. Miami, Florida
4. Cambridge, Massachusetts
5. Orlando, Florida
15. Gainesville, Florida
19. Clearwater, Florida
20. Tallahassee, Florida
Recognize this gang? If you had any sort of childhood, you know it's the cast of Boy Meets World. If you didn't recognize them, what were you doing in the '90s? There's only one person missing from perfecting a reunion of this picture: Topanga?
Here are the Writers' Guild of America top 10 best-written TV shows ever:
1. "The Sopranos" (HBO), created by David Chase
2. "Seinfeld" (NBC), created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld
3. "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959), season one writers: Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, Robert Presnell Jr., Rod Serling
4. "All in the Family" (CBS), developed for television by Norman Lear, based on "Till Death Do Us Part," created by Johnny Speight
5. "M*A*S*H" (CBS), developed for television by Larry Gelbart
6. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (CBS), created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns
7. "Mad Men" (AMC), created by Matthew Weiner
8. "Cheers" (NBC), created by Glen Charles, Les Charles, James Burrows
9. "The Wire" (HBO), created by David Simon
10. "The West Wing" (NBC), created by Aaron Sorkin
84-year-old Gloria Mackenzie of Zephyrhills has come forward as the winner of that $590 million Powerball lottery. 10 fun facts about her:
1. A Kind Person Let Her Step in Front to Buy the Winning Ticket.
2. She's a Widow From a Mill Town in Rural Maine.
3. She Has Four Children.
4. She Lives in an Extremely Modest Home.
5. She Bought the Ticket at Publix Supermarket.
6. Her City's Entire Budget is a Fraction of Her Jackpot.
7. She Will Take a Lump-Sum Payment of $370.896 million.
8. She Wins the Largest Powerball Jackpot in History.
9. She Beat Odds of 1 in 175 Million.
10. There Were Also 33 $1 Million Winners