Join me as the host of the Morning Buzz with Sharon Buck, weekday mornings from 5am to 9am. I also start your weekends, Saturdays from 6am-10am. Make sure you come by to meet me at many of our live local broadcasts.
In Tampa, Florida, cops aren’t monkeying around; they are looking for a monkey that is breaking into cars. This is their second monkey-hunt in as many years when last year they thought they had closed the case when they captured a monkey that was on the loose for three years. Seems they have a copy-monkey on their hands.
With February half gone there is still time to celebrate some wacky holidays. We don’t get a day off and we don’t have a storewide sale for these holidays, but they are fun not to mention a little strange.
It has been known for a long time that men and women dream and have nightmares but Psychologists now say they have very different dreams and nightmares. A study done at the University of Montreal says men dream more about natural and environmental disasters and war, women dream more about relationship conflicts.
Coming to theatres March 7 is a cartoon that dates back to 1959 called 'Peabody’s Improbable History'. It started as a fill-in cartoon for the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show and became a hit with kids and adults with 91 episodes over 5 years. The series continued its popularity in the 1960’s into the 1970’s.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on April 7th. Selection Sunday is March 16 with the first round played in Dayton, Ohio, March 18-19. Second and third round play takes place March 20-23 in eight different cities.
There are quite a few billionaires in the world; some have worked hard to amass their fortune, others have been lucky enough to inherit theirs. Here is a list some of those billionaires that have not had to work a day in their life but since they received their money have done some good with it.
The last days of mobster Al Capone’s life were spent in a mansion on Miami Beach, a 36,000 square foot place he bought in 1928 for $40,000, bought from Clarence Busch of the Anheuser-Busch brewing family. That $40,000 in tod
Mensa, where the only qualification is to have a high I.Q., 132 or above, first formed in England in 1946 by British scientist and lawyer Dr. Lance Ware and Australian lawyer Roland Berrill. Race, Creed or Country of origin didn’t matter as long as you had a high I.Q., you were in. On May 10, 1971, the American MENSA society formed in New York.
There is a Jamaican bobsled team and they are in Russia for the Sochi Olympics. That’s the good news for the team; the bad news is none of their equipment made it with them. Their sled is there but the blades were left by the airline in New York.
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