There are a lot of people who aren't what they seem.
Thanks to Tom Goeble (from Evansville) who now works at NASA. He was in the air over Washington DC today as the Discovery Space Shuttle was being transported to it's new home at the Smithsonian. I was chatting about the shuttle today on the Afternoon Show and a friend of his mom sent me this picture. SO COOL!!!
The new Three Stooges movie did a respectable showing on its opening weekend at the box office. Good enough for a distant second behind the now steamrolling Hunger Games. The Farrelly brothers loving tribute to Moe, Larry, and Curly got generally mixed reviews - some liked it a lot, others not so much. Our listeners told us that it was probably more enjoyed by the adults in the audience than the kids (who found 3 grown men slapping each other around a bit puzzling). Leonard Matlin, a respected critic found the movie very much like a Beatlemania performance
My heart was forever changed by my 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Lyons. Her son had been in Vietnam, and after the war he stayed there to care for orphans. We were encouraged to bring in our used clothes and books, and we boxed them up and sent them to these kids. We collected soda pop cans to pay for the shipping, and it changed my heart forever.
Being able to actually DO something to help those who are less fortunate, instead of just reading about it, changed me on a cellular level. I pray that teacher knows how much she impacted my life. If your kids want to be Jr.
It’s nice when we have a transition like we did this year from “winter” to “summer” starting around the first of March. We didn’t have much of a winter at all in Evansville which didn’t exactly break my heart but I was worried we’d miss out on spring altogether. It’s far more common to see “summer” to “winter.” You know, those years when it’s 87 degrees right up until November 1 when the temp suddenly drops to 37 and all the leaves fall off the trees at once. Thanks to last weekend’s weather however, we were treated to a picture perfect Easter weekend with brilliant
Bob Warren, Executive Director of the Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau and Laura Libbs, CVB’s Director of Marketing and Communication dropped by the WIKY Morning Show today to wish the city of Evansville a happy 200th birthday! The actual birthday takes place tomorrow, March 27, with two big parties to mark the event. The first is at the Children’s Museum of Evansville (cMoe) from 10am – 2pm and will feature magician Don Baggett, live entertainment by the Duke Boys, a Bicentennial cake-off among local bakeries and a great photo-op of mayors of Evansville, pas