I love to take Buddy places with me and if I could, we'd be heading to the Indian Hills Animal Clinic Dog N' Jog this Saturday at Sedgwick County Park. (I have to work on the air so Buddy will be here, he loves coming to work.)
Local singer/songwriterTawna Goforth has been selected to sing the National Anthem for the KFDI Listener Appreciation Show, Friday April 18th. The show stars Thompson Square, with special guests The Swon Brothers at Charles Koch Arena.
George Strait will take the stage in Wichita for the final time this Friday night. The king of country has released a video through ACM telling fans that he will always remember them. It is set to George's song "I'll Always Remember You." If you are a George Strait fan, this will make you like him even more.
Luke is up for Entertainer of the Year at the ACM Awards again this year...he won it last year and since it's a fan-voted award he is actively campaigning to win it again. And I think these videos are hysterical! Watch him as he crashes several parties...
The Shockers are officially a part of pop culture history after Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update on March 29th. Jay Pharoah did his impersonation of ESPN sports analyst Stephen A. Smith. He still thinks Wichita State can win the NCAA tournament. Yes!!!! I like the way this guy thinks.
Something unusual is being sold on the website "Have You Seen The Ring." Usually, people visit the website to sell or buy used engagement rings. But in this case, the woman posting is trying to sell her soon-to-be ex-husband.
Coach Marshall talks about season to the tune of "Magic Carpet Ride."
By Kellie Michaels CREATED Mar 24, 2014
It has been a "Magic Carpet Ride", just like Coach Greg Marshall said in the post-game news conference Sunday night. The Shockers may have lost to Kentucky, but there is nothing to be ashamed of. This will bring tears to your eyes. Listen to Coach Marshall talk about the game and the season to the tune of "Magic Carpet Ride."
Amy Purdy should be declared the winner of this season of DWTS now! She is a true inspiration and an amazing dancer. Especially considering that she had both of her legs amputed below the knee when she was 19.
We talked to Patti Becker, the maker of the We Wu Puppet on the morning show and she is just delightful. Patti and her sisters have created something that just about every Shocker fan is gonna want. It's a hand puppet in the likeness of WuShock. So cute. Right now Patti and her sisters are making them by hand and selling them for $30 each. I encouraged her to increase the price. They are worth a lot more than $30, honestly.