Randy Houser is a great guy. A down to earth country boy. Easy to talk to. We had a chance to have Randy on the morning show this week to talk about the release of his new album, "How Country Feels" (1-22-13.) Hear the entire interview here.
In 1737, Benjamin Franklin shared his love of beer with the world by publishing his "Drinker's Dictionary" in the Pennsylvania Gazette, comprised of 220 expressions that, in Franklin's words, "signify plainly that A MAN IS DRUNK."
Get a bunch of kleenex ready before you watch the video below. Twenty-one students from Sandy Hook Elementary came together to record "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" to raise money for the families of their classmates and teachers who didn't survive the tragedy.
I love my friend Jenny's big heart - and I love her theater group, "Laughing Feet Performers". Laughing Feet isn't your typical theater group. This is a group where special-needs kids and young adults can experience the fun and excitement of being on stage. I had the pleasure of emceeing it last year with Sierra Scott (who was so much fun!) and it was one of the most heartwarming things I have ever done.
Two-thousand volunteers are needed to be a part of setting a Guinness World Record by helping to package 350,000 meals in one hour for schools in Haiti during the "Serving the Hungry at Home and in Haiti - Guinness World Record Event" Saturday February 16th at the Kansas Pavillions. This event is co-sponsored by Numana Inc, Volunteer Kansas and The Wichita Downtown Rotary Club.