Most people you hear on the radio have some similar story about how they got hired right out of college, but not Hairball. In the middle of his 10-day college career, he was “discovered” (as he likes to put it) in a casino bar, where he was having a drink around 11 am. Shortly after, he started working with the Dwyer & Michaels Morning Show, which he’d been listening to every day since he rode to school with his dad in Kindergarten, except the day in third grade that Grandma drove and the guys were talking embarrassing boner stories. You can hear Hairball weekdays on the Dwyer & Michaels Morning Show, or on Saturdays from 6-8 am and 10 am-noon when he hosts on the station he grew up with.
Barbados is Offering a 12-Month Visa For Work-From-Home Employees to Have a Getaway
Now to figure out how to remotely do radio from the Caribbean...
Canceled or Postponed Events & Closed Businesses
Let us know what we missed.
Johnny’s Pizza and Slices To Transition to LoPiez Second Location, Closes March 1st
Sad to see it go, happy to see LoPiez expand.