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Music News
Gettin Loose: Nascar Podcast
Jeff Gordon’s Announces His Retirement…2015 Will Be His Victory Lap

Jeff Gordon’s NASCAR Sprint Cup career is coming to a close as TV opportunities arise for the four time champion. The Rolex 24 in Daytona saw Ganassi Racing in victory lane with an all star team of drivers in Scott Dixon, Tony Kanaan, Jamie McMurray, and Kyle Larson…Plus we discuss that bizarre Kurt Busch story involving his ex-girlfriend.

Dave Coombs Sports Punch Blog
January 20, 2015
Nickelodeon 10th Annual Worldwide Day of Play - Orange Carpet

NUMBER ONE: The NFL (2nd week in a row), which can’t decide exactly WHAT is a reception, has a horrible overtime system, and needs to eliminate its hilariously irrelevant Null-Star Game known as the Pro Bowl…NUMBER TWO: Greg Anthony (inset), busted for soliciting a prostitute, when he has a hot doctor wife, who was educated at Dartmouth and Duke! She should be on CBS instead of him!…NUMBER THREE: The thugs who (allegedly) Continue Reading »

Mimi's Rock Life Blog
December 22, 2014

So up to Guns N Roses on my shelves. (I am still amazed that my CDs are alphabetized and not just thrown in the backseat of my car, in a box or in piles.) I have a story about Slash from the early days of Guns N Roses. I went to New York City to see them on their “Use Your Illusion” tour. Soundgarden was opening and I was literally Continue Reading »