Greg Dwyer started in radio as Marconi's Street Guy. He pioneered such bits as "Take The Black Plague Challenge" and "Battle Of The Sexes." Later, he and Bill Michaels rewrote the book of morning radio in Peoria. That book turned out to be more of a Cliff's Notes, and they promptly left The Caterpillar City for the green of John Deere. Heck, that was in 1990. If this link is still working, then they must still be employed!
Yuengling Partners with Molson-Coors to Bring Yuengling Nationwide
Maybe 2020 finally hit the low, and we're in an upswing now!
Oscar Mayer Offers Free Wienermobile Rentals For Marriage Proposals
It's an interesting background, that's for sure.
The Top 10 Things That Make You A Bad Driver
What bad habits do you have when you drive?
Vinyl Record Sales Surpassed CDs for The First Time Since 1980s
It's about time this switch happened.
Franzia Is Now Selling Boxed Wine Backpacks
This is for the wandering drinker.
Class Action Lawsuit Against Anheuser-Busch Says Lime-A-Rita Doesn’t Contain Tequila
I just avoid anything that says "Light" on the can.
Tik-Toker Discovers Free Restaurant Food Hack
This kid is going places.
Man Drinks 7 Pints Of Urine Every Single Day, Claims Health Benefits
He's out to spread the word and help others that wish to experience his journey.
The Events Of 9/11 Collected, Retold Perfectly At the 9/11 Museum
There isn’t a blissful optimism washing over you as you stare into the waterfalls at the 9/11 memorial gardens.
LeClaire Fire Department Hosting World Trade Center I-Beam Viewing For 9/11
Go see a piece of history.