• 01:23

    Bfunny Sundays w/ Bcity Bfunny

    in Comedy

    Tune in this Sunday for more unscripted comedy radio with Bcity Bfunny.(Vickie Lynn, Emmett Craz-E Cannon, & Dez Uncensored) The local comedy troupe discusses everything that is this life & puts their each unique spin on it. Bcity Bfunny host their own comedy shows in Rock County and around the Midwest. Book them for your business, venue, or next event. You will not be disappointed by the level of hilarity.

    Hot Topics with Emmett Cannon; Celebrity, local, & national headlines.

    Best Bad Advice with Vickie Lynn; When you don't know what to do, let Vickie Lynn tell you.

    Uncensored Moments with Dez Uncensored; We never know, but you better be listening in to hear his random & wild thought process.

    This week we have our guest is Paris Echoles. Paris is a local entertainment entrepreneur. He is a dj out of Beloit Wisconsin who goes by the stage name, DJ Success, aptly named so because any event he caters to is a success & this is a young brotha who is definitely on the move up the ladder of greatness. 

    This week's episode is sponsored by CF Designs.CF Designs is a Janesville clothing store located at 500 W. Milwaukee st.Stop by the store from now until April 10th purchase anything in the store&choose either a kid's boy/girl raffle ticket to be entered in a drawing to win a brand new bike or an adult raffle ticket which enters you in a drawing to win a $100 store credit towards anything.Be at the grand reopening April 11th with your raffle ticket to see if you're a winner.There will be free food & beverages from 1pm-5pm,free haircuts for kids under 12 from 2pm-5pm.(First come,first serve) 

    Our laughter is contagious. Catch it on JanesvilleCommunityRadio.com 103.5FM 

  • 00:59

    021215 Vince Sandonato - City of NF NY Republican Committee Chair

    in Politics

    While the talk at the coffee shops was all about the weather the upcoming election is beginning to pick up some interest . John Accardo now a republican has announced his intentions to run for mayor of the city Niagara Falls.

    Tom Stevenson has announced his intentions to run for town Council in the Town of Wheatfield. Tom, also a republican has been involved in politics for a long time. He is a former chairman of the city of Niagara Falls Republican committee.

    The Niagara Gazette reported that Hamister has secured a $3.85 million grant through Empire State Development and is applying for $4.2 million in project savings, $2.9 million of which will come from property tax abatement. Some $4.2 million will come from company equity. Of the project's total cost, $31.2 million will be eligible for sales tax exemptions.

    The Buffalo news reported on the Hotel Niagara. Owner Harry Stinson told the IDA that the downtown Niagara Falls hotel, which is to be renovated for a 2016 reopening, will rent rooms for student use, as part of a policy to “rent blocks of rooms to various groups for extended periods of time.” But they will continue to be hotel rooms, he said in a letter to the IDA. The college is to have a five-year lease on rooms for about 150 students.

    The Buffalo news also reported on a meeting held Tuesday night (2/12/15) at the Niagara Falls Public Library on the potential future for the YMCA building on Portage Road as the new home of the Niagara Gospel Rescue Mission.
    More than 100 people packed the auditorium of the Niagara Falls Public Library to hear from representatives of the mission, YMCA Buffalo Niagara and others about what’s being proposed.

    One person that is gearing up for sure for this year's elections is our guest today Vince Sandonato. Vince is the chairman of the Niagara Falls Republican committee.


  • 01:02


    in Entertainment


  • 01:59

    Motorsports Weekly and The Needmore Speedway Reopening Sho

    in Sports

    Motorsoprts Weekly is proud to announce the reopening of Needmore Speedway in Norman Park,Georgia.Guest on the ahow will be Keith Stith and dan Broome.The two men who will opening the speedway and bringing fast dirt track racing back to Nedmore Speedway.Fans and drivers alike will need to tune into the show as these guys give us the ins and out of the track as well as going over some of the rules for the various classes.
    Another that may be coming to the show that will be a racer that plans on turning laps at the track with his car.Name to be released later after conformation is made.
    We will open the phone lines at 8:30 for call-in to ask any questions to these two or three gentleman concerning the track.
    Please note that I do have kids listening to my show as it is family oriented so please refrain from any foul language.

  • 00:20

    TheGoddessNetworks: Gathering of the Goddesses

    in Energy

    I am Reopening my PRIVATE NING SITE: TheGoddessNetworks:Gathering of the Goddessess

  • 01:21

    Casino City Gang: Targeted marketing edition

    in Sports

    With the NFL season set to get underway, Casino City's Dan Podheiser hopes to once again prove his superiority in the Gang's quest to pick every game of the season against the spread. But before they can get to their NFL talk, Podheiser, Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd will discuss recent events at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, the reopening of the former Sahara (now the SLS) in Las Vegas, and the recent revelation by Nolan Dalla that PokerStars once considered making an offer to buy the New Orleans Saints.

  • 01:07

    Packers Therapy Episode 233: Chris and Dave Gaze Into Their Balls of Crystal

    in Football

    The boys get ready for the regular season by examining the pathology report on the Green Bay Packers roster, looking ahead to the season opener at Seattle, and venturing some predictions about what the upcoming season might hold by reopening The Packers Therapy Hotel and Casino betting lines.

    Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave began the show as a way of capturing the spirited chats the two co-workers had about the team around the office. The two have no pretense about being experts: they are just two opinionated shareholders  who love the team, follow it closely, but don't always see the Packers fortunes eye to eye.

    The guys encourage comments and questions via their Twitter feed @PackersTherapy and read and respond to as many as they can during each show.

    Packers Therapy  is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. 

  • 01:54

    The Holly Wood Show Episode #55 Sticking MY Finger In The Crocodile's Eye

    in Music


    Sticking MY Finger In The Crocodile's Eye

    Certainly public safety requires police forces of well-trained officers ready to put their lives on the line for the people they serve. It also requires that the people who pay for and rightfully expect to be protected by the police have well-founded confidence in them, and that confidence requires in turn that the public has an opportunity to discover and challenge bad or outmoded police policies, practices and attitudes.

    Less than a week has passed since the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, and even less time since the killing of 26-year-old Ezell Ford, so it is simply not yet possible to say with certainty whether police in each case followed their training and policy.

    But a basic fact of life in Ferguson is undeniable:


    Los Angeles is high on the list of cities with long histories of police abuses, especially in African American neighborhoods. Those include a number of deadly encounters between officers and mentally disturbed people that could have been avoided...


    That's still not enough, though. Even if it turns out that policy and procedure were scrupulously followed in the Ford shooting, it is hard to believe that police cannot refine their encounters with unarmed citizens to avoid the use of deadly force — and to avoid reopening wounds that have barely begun to heal here and remain raw elsewhere.

  • 00:56

    High Heat with Benson Fechter

    in Sports

    Today on High Heat with Benson Fechter we'll discuss many topics including It's time to settle back into our seats to see how this year's storylines play out down the stretch. The last time the O's (52-42) won 50 games so quickly was 1997, the year of their AL East title. We'll discuss the career that Reds catcher Brayan Pena has had yet to date and what we can expect from him in the future. His homers are down, but Robinson's Cano impact on the Mariners goes beyond the numbers. In a faceoff for the honor of most significant All-Star moment, Mike Trouts's decisive double for the American League in this year's Midsummer Classic bested Brian McCann's base clearing double in 2010. Giancarlo Stanton's power. Mike Trout's speed. Statcast even saw into the Future(s Game). 

  • 01:52

    Fan4Racing Fan2Fan NASCAR & Race Talk

    in Sports

    Sprint Cup Series driver David Gilliland, from Front Row Motorsports talks about a family first – racing with his father Butch and son Todd at Irwindale Event Center on July 19th.

    Jim Cohan, President/CEO of Irwindale Event Center talks about reopening the track and their 2014 season. Jason Galvin, Director of Communications and Announcer at Irwindale Event Center talks about his experience at the track over the years.

    Join hosts Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala every Monday night 8:30pm to 10 pm ET as we bring fans the smartest racing talk around on Fan4Racing Fan2Fan NASCAR & Race Talk! 

    Note: Some technical issues at the beginning of the show are resolved allowing us to continue. Also, David Gilliland does join the conversation toward the end and continues beyond our live broadcast via the Podcast.

  • 02:59

    Full Spectrum Radio Justice For Brittney Special

    in Science

    Join Hosts Matt Maziarek and Dennis Estlock of CPR as they discuss not only the paranormal but subjects including everyday life issues!  Join Live!

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