This week I thought it would be fun to bring back some of our voices from the past and find out what they are up to with my final day on Friday, December 11. I know each of them you loved over the years on Better Country KIX 105, 92.3 Bob-FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS.
This morning I was surprised by a listener who called in a special request. He was listening online and called from across the pond. He was listening in from England and wanted to tell me about the new Elvis album that was recorded with the legendary Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
As I talked to my wife the other day the subject of picking greens came up, and I couldn't help but think of Mom, Sis and my Grandmother Wickliffe doing that when I was a boy. Anyone who has spent hours in pursuit of greens, and then sat and picked them clean before they could be cooked will probably see themselves in this memory.
The Historic Streetscape Project has been completed for a few weeks, plenty of time for all of us to garner an opinion and a final verdict about the arch that's located at Ohio Avenue and Broadway Boulevard.
It was October 29, 1929, the Stock Market crashed, wiping out the fortunes of thousands of investors. The day came to be known as BLACK TUESDAY, and it triggered the "GREAT DEPRESSION" which lasted for nearly 10 more years.
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