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.
Weekend Marquee/E Buzz for January 4, 2013
by Michele Mitchell,posted Jan 4 2013 9:43AM
Just Do It: Saturday 11am - 4pm at White Oaks Mall. If you're looking for help keeping those resolutions to get healthier in 2013, this is the place. Health, beauty, fitness, nutrition, weight loss...all at the mall. Michele will be broadcasting live Noon - 2pm on 104.5 WFMB.
Springfield Jr. Blues: Friday and Saturday vs. Port Huron at 7pm each night at the Nelson Center.
Carillon Open Tower - Group Carillon Lessons: Sunday 1-4pm for ages 12 and up. Tour the Carillon and the practice studio. Free.
Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser: Sunday 7am - 1pm at the KC Hall at Iles and Meadowbrook Roads. $8 for adults, $5 for children, or $25 for a family for pancakes, sausage, and beverages. Bring a church bulletin with you and get a 50 cent discount. Funds will help provide a sight impaired person with a guide dog and training.
In "Walking Dead" Withdrawal? This May Help.
Fans of "The Walking Dead" still have a few weeks before the show returns for the last half of season three, but at least there's a new trailer to tide you over! The show returns February 10th on AMC.
2012 a Record Year for Digital Downloads and Vinyl
SoundScan has released it's 2012 report, and it was another good year for Adele's "21." It was the best selling album for the second year in a row and the first to do that since 1983 and 1984 with Michael Jackson's "Thriller." Digital music buying was up with a record 1.34 billion tracks sold. Number one on that list was Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know." It was also a record year for vinyl with 4.6 million vinyl albums sold. That's the most in SoundScan history.
Glenn Beck Claims He Tried to Buy Al Gore's TV Network
And the story just keeps getting more and more interesting. Wednesday it was announced that Al Jazeera had purchased the Current TV network from Al Gore and his business partners. Then the "Wall Street Journal" reported conservative talk show host Glenn Beck tried to buy the network last year. The paper says the offer was rejected because of their different viewpoints. Beck says Gore's choice of Al Jazeera over him "tells you that he is more ideologically aligned with Al Jazeera than an American broadcaster who believes in America."
Dying Fan Gets Advance Screening of "Star Trek: Into Darkness"
"Star Trek: Into Darkness" was supposed to be out in 2012, but it got pushed back to May of this year. Unfortunately for one fan diagnosed with a non-treatable form of cancer that wasn't going to work. So Dan's friends posted his story online trying to get him an advance screening of the film. Director J.J. Abrams made the dream come true. Dan's wife posted some comments about the experience saying, "It was truly amazing that a filmmaker so secretive as J.J. Abrams was kind enough to show this to us. It is also so wonderful for his friends & his family to finally hear some good news from us, they know how important film is to Daniel & could not think of a better way to please him. So this gesture has brought a lot of smiles all around.
A "Three Men & A Baby" Sequel? Really?
I admit it, I love "Three Men & a Baby." If it's on, I usually watch it. Wouldn't it be great to get Tom Selleck, Ted Danson, and Steve Guttenberg back together again? It just might happen. Selleck talked about it on "The Talk" Thursday. He said he'd spoken with Danson and Guttenberg and said, "We'd love to get back together if they've got a good idea." A Disney spokesman said the project is in early development. While we're waiting, here's a clip from the original film.