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Things Can Always Be Worse!

Check out this graphic from the National Weather Service and be happy about where you live today....

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New X-Men Trailer Has Got Us Excited!

This new trailer for "X-Men: Days of Future Passed" has us counting down the days until May 23rd....

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Stephen Colbert Will Be on "Letterman"

Next Tuesday, STEPHEN COLBERT will be a guest on "The Late Show with David Letterman" . . . the show he's taking over sometime next year. Obviously,...
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The End of AC/DC???

Rumours are swirling around the internets that AC/DC may be calling it quits following claims guitarist Malcolm Young is ill The band, which has sold...
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The Ultimate Warrior Is Dead.

Three days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame during "Wrestlemania 30" weekend, THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR is dead. There's no word on the caus...
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Radio Works "Big Deals"

Radio Works is proud to present "Big Deals" - offering local business gift certificates at a discount! We're passing the savings onto you, our fans!

Eleven Ways to Damage a Guy's Ego

Guys don't like to admit it, but they're FRAGILE creatures. If you don't believe us, check out this list of 11 things you can do to damage a guy's ego. If that's your thing . . .

1. Open the door for him.

2. Tell him something he did was "irresponsible."

3. Beat him at a video game.

4. Pay compliments to his rivals.

2014 Adrian Legion Post 32 Calendar Raffle

Join in on the fun and enter the 2014 Adrian Legion Post raffle! Anyone 18+ is eligible to purchase (and win!) raffle tickets (calendars) priced at $25 apiece. Raffle prizes are printed on the back of the calendar, and a complete list of all prizes is available upon request.