Abbey Road WEBCAM
i Heart Radio so you can hear 'Breakfast with the Beatles' on your cellphone from anywhere, Free.
KINGTUE.com Those 7 letters get you to my normal page
Fishing & Hunting A show I do on our AM station
MandatoryMetallica Rawk blog of 'tallica
R.I.P. Jean 'Edith' Stapleton. Coincidentally she was in a movie HERE called "Cold Turkey" but it wasn't about the withdrawal of the same substance as John Lennon's solo song.
Enjoy our annual Breakfast with the Beatles live broadcast on WTUE on August 4 our entertaining Open Mic Morning featuring amateur and not-so-amateur performers. The free event runs 9:00 AM until Noon around the fountains in Lincoln Park Civic Commons. Be sure to bring a lawn chair to reserve your seat, the others go fast! You could travel "Across the Universe" and never find a Sunday morning as Beatletastic as Breakfast with the Beatles! We'll have prizes to give away and matt King will be your host of the event. Sorry, no coolers, pets or umbrella's please. Click here for more info.
From the Valentine's Day 2013 episode of Family Guy on FOX!
Paul is confirmed to perform at this year's Bonnaroo festival which takes place in Manchester, Tennessee across the 13th to 16th of June.
Tickets for the festival are on sale now. For line up and festival details head to the official Bonnaroo website HERE!
The son of John Lennon says that the lead singer of U2’s eyesight is deteriorating. Julian Lennon told the Irish Daily Star that Bono’s eye condition, which makes him particularly sensitive to light, is getting worse. “Bono actually has a condition with his eyes,” said Lennon. “I don’t know the exact issue but the brightness of the sun hurts them and it’s a deteriorating issue.” He added of the singer’s trademark sunglasses, which are in part to combat the condition, “It’s part of his image. In some senses it was lucky but not really of course. Maybe it’s part of his process now and without the image he can’t be Bono.”
Victoria Theatre Association presents the internationally-acclaimed Beatles concert, EXPERIENCE THE BEATLES WITH RAIN on March 26-27 at 8 p.m. at the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center. Tickets are on sale now at the Ticket Center Stage Box Office, by phone at (937) 228-3630, toll-free (888) 228-3630 or online at Ticketcenterstage.com. As “the next best thing to seeing The Beatles!” (Associated Press), RAIN performs the full range of The Beatles' discography live onstage, including the most complex and challenging songs that The Beatles themselves recorded in the studio but never performed for an audience. Together longer than The Beatles, RAIN has mastered every song, gesture and nuance of the legendary foursome, delivering a totally live, note-for-note performance that’s as infectious as it is transporting. From the early hits to later classics (“I Want To Hold Your Hand”, “Hard Day’s Night”, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, “Let It Be”, “Come Together”, “Hey Jude” and more), this adoring tribute will take you back to a time when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends! Like The Beatles, the onstage members of RAIN are not only supreme musicians, but electrifying performers in their own right. Single tickets for EXPERIENCE THE BEATLES WITH RAIN start at just $21 and are on sale now at the Ticket Center Stage Box Office, by phone at (937) 228-3630, toll-free (888) 228-3630 or online at Ticketcenterstage.com. Ticket Center Stage Box Office hours are Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday noon – 4 p.m., and two hours prior to each performance.
Details about today's St. PatROCKs party are HERE
FREE CAB RIDE INFO - ArriveSafe, the brainchild of Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck offers free cab rides home to St. Patrick’s Day revelers. Prosecutor Heck reminds holiday revelers: “There is simply no excuse to drink and drive this St. Patrick's Day weekend. Call ArriveSafe — remember, the life you save may be your own!"
AAA Public Affairs Manager Cindy Antrican encourages those who plan to celebrate the holiday with alcohol to “plan before they party."
Three options available to celebrate the holiday responsibly:
Take advantage of a free cab ride home by calling ArriveSafe (937)
449-9999 anytime beginning Friday, March 15, at 6 p.m. running
through Monday, March 18, at 6 a.m. Rides offered to Montgomery County residents covering fares up to $50.
Ask a family member or friend to be your designated driver. Dublin Pub, Flanagan's Pub and Boston's Bistro & Pub will provide free AAA Designated Driver wrist bands and offer complimentary
non-alcoholic beverages to designated drivers.
The Crowne Plaza, downtown Dayton, will offer special room rates of $94 to party goers. For reservations contact the hotel at (937) 224-0800 and request the Dublin Pub St. Patrick’s Day rate. Free shuttle service to the Crowne Plaza, compliments of Dublin Pub and Flanagan’s Pub, will be available with departures from both locations. Free parking for Flanagan’s Pub guests is available at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds and vehicles may be left over night.
Don’t be a statistic:
Nearly half of the 1,008 fatal crashes reported in 2012 for Ohio were alcohol related.
The Ohio Traffic Safety Office reported last year during the 24-hour reporting period for St. Patrick’s Day – 5 out of 6 traffic fatalities in Ohio were OVI-related.
Drinking and driving is viewed as a very serious threat by 87 percent of drivers and the related social disapproval is almost universal. However, data released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that one in ten drivers reported having driven when they thought
that their alcohol level might have been close to or possibly over the legal limit.
Additional support for ArriveSafe
provided by Heidelberg Distributing.
We should all be thanking Mr. Heck for this outstanding program. It keeps cases out of his courts and is no doubt responsible for saving many lives. Well done sir! M
WTUE presents Just Imagine: The John Lennon Experience at the Schuster Center on Saturday, February 16 at 8:00 PM, featuring performer Tim Piper, bringing the Lennon legend to vivid life, right in front of your eyes and ears. Backed by his band and your own Dayton Philharmonic, he covers a wide range of Lennon’s moods and musical personas. Tim also shares anecdotes from the star's life plus archival imagery evoking memories of the times before Lennon’s success, the Beatle years, and Lennon’s solo career. Tickets ($27, $38, $53, $64 and $79) are on sale now at TicketCenterStage.com.