You can hear us weekdays 6am - 10am on 104.5 WFMB in Springfield. John Spalding...has been on the radio in Springfield for over 30 years. John's been doing the morning show on 104.5 WFMB in 1995, and he's been stuck there ever since. Michele MItchell...has been doing the morning show with John since 1998...they are the longest-running morning show in Springfield.
Michele's Before and After Carpet Cleaning Photos
I had to share these with you, because I was so amazed at the result! It's embarrassing to show you how awful the carpet was before, but look at the amazin job Peerless did...even getting red paint out.
The Weekend Marquee for September 23, 2011
by Michele Mitchell,posted Sep 23 2011 8:05AM
International Route 66 Mother Road Festival: Frdiay - Sunday in downtown Springfield. Get all details at www.route66fest.com
Impact Wrestling: Friday at the Prairie Capital Convention Center at 7:30pm. Featuring Jeff Jarrett, AJ Styles, Beer Money, D'Angelo Dinero, Matt Morgan, and more. Call 800-745-3000 or visit www.ticketmaster.com for tickets.
Sausage Sale: Saturday 8am - Noon at Java Express on Peoria Road. Fundraiser for the Italian American War Veterans. Sandwiches are $2.50, and five pound bags of sausage are $17.
Walk to End Alzheimer's: Saturday at Washington Park. Registration opens at 8am and the walk starts at 9:30pm. It's a 3 mile walk. For more information call 309-319-9066 or email Rachel.McCaermon@alz.org
Sammy Kershaw: Sunday at the Beardstown Fall Fun Festival at 4pm. Free show.
Music in the Park: Sunday at Washington Park 4-7pm. It's a Celtic Celebration with the Fake McCoys, Exorna, Elks Pipes, and The Emerald Underground. Free admission. Bring blankets and lawn chairs.
The E Buzz for Friday, September 23, 2011
Goodbye "All My Children" It's been 41 years, but today "All My Children" will air its final episode. But if you're a diehard fan, there may be some hope. Word is there will be a web version in January, although only two cast members have signed on...and Susan Lucci is not one of them.
"The X Factor" Not Living Up to Expectations For any other show the ratings would be cheered, but expectations are very high for Simon Cowell's new show, "The X Factor." That's why when about 12.5 million tuned in to the first show Wednesday, it was called a disappointment. On the plus side, the show gave FOX its most-watched fall series in five years.
Premiering on TV Tonight CBS: "A Gifted Man" at 7pm
"CSI: NY" at 8pm
"Blue Bloods" at 9pm
NBC: "Dateline" at 9pm
FOX: "Kitchen Nightmares" at 7pm
"Fringe" at 8pm
CW: "Nikita" at 7pm
"Supernatural" at 8pm
Check out the preview of tonight's "Blue Bloods" featuring guest appearances by Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett. Also a preview of new show "A Gifted Man."
Premiering Saturday on TV CBS: "Rules of Engagement" at 7pm
"48 Hours Mystery" at 9pm
Premiering Sunday on TV CBS: "The Amazing Race" at 7pm
"The Good Wife" at 8pm
"CSI: Miami" at 9pm
FOX: "The Simpsons" at 7pm
"Family Guy" at 8pm
"American Dad" at 8:30pm
ABC: "Desperate Housewives" at 8pm
"Pan Am" at 9pm