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Words to the Wise and Affirmation; “Know when enough is enough.”

Coming Soon!  Freddie Bell introduces a way to show  that you’re one of Freddie’s Favorite Listeners. #FFL



An Annandale man facing child porn charges is being considered a person of interest in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling nearly 30 years ago.

A man accused of attempting suicide inside a car that also held his young children is facing possible attempted homicide charges.

Daylight savings time this weekend. Turn back your clocks one hour this Sunday morning.

A new study is revealing that a large amount of Minneapolis workers don’t get paid sick leave.  Analysis done by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research says that is roughly 123-thousand people.  That amounts to about 42-percent of local residents ages 18 and older.


Adele’s newest hit “Hello” is getting a remix version by Rick Ross.  The rapper has taken Adele’s comeback single and has made it his own, adding lyrics about the highs and the lows of fame.

Travis Scott and Big Sean are among those set to appear in Justin Bieber’s “Purpose” album.

Sean “Diddy” Combs is showing off the latest addition to his line of Ciroc Vodka.  The rapper and entrepreneur stopped by “Late Night with Seth Meyers” to unveil the Ciroc’s Apple Infused Vodka, and even bragged at the buzz his product creates among fans.

Tupac’s biopic is now in the center of a ten-million-dollar lawsuit.  Production company Emmett Furia Oasis filed the lawsuit Wednesday, accusing Morgan Creek Products of choosing a lead actor for the film, a budget and a production schedule without their approval.

Ja Rule says the problem with rappers nowadays is that they’re “too scared.”  During a recent interview with “Complex,” the rapper said he believes the hip-hop industry is lacking heart.





Bradley Cooper is showing off his cooking skills in “Burnt.”  He says he felt comfortable in the role as he already had prior experience in the culinary world from a young age. In the film, Cooper plays a former top chef in Paris, whose drug and alcohol use lead him to lose his restaurant.  After moving from New Orleans to London, he gets a shot at redemption in his fight to rebuild his life and his career.  He also gets a second try to fulfill his dream of earning a third Michelin star..  “Burnt is directed by John Wells and stars Sienna Miller, Jamie Dornan and Lily James

Our Brand Is Crisis

Sandra Bullock is diving into the world of politics in “Our Brand is Crisis.”  The actress says the essence of the film stands literally behind “good” versus “evil.” The film takes place in Bolivia, which is on the brink of a major overthrow of government.  It follows Clinton administration political strategist James Carville as he leads a media assault team from the back rooms of Washington, D.C., to La Paz, the capital of Bolivia.  “Our Brand is Crisis” is directed by Rachel Boynton and stars James Carville and Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada.

Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse

Save yourself from an outbreak with “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.”  The film follows three boy scouts who join forces with a tough cocktail waitress as they try to save their once-peaceful town from a zombie invasion.  The movie is directed by Christopher B. Landon and stars Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller and Joey Morgan.

Freaks Of Nature

It’s humans, vampires and zombies living in peace on “Freaks of Nature” — but not for long.  The film takes place in the town of Dillford, where things take a turn for the worst when the alien apocalypse arrives.  Now three teenagers: one human, one vampire and one zombie have to team up to figure out how to get rid of the visitors.  “Freaks of Nature” is directed by Robbie Pickering.


National Candy Corn Day is observed annually on October 30th.

Candy Corn was created by George Renninger of Wunderle Candy Company in the late 1800′s. He created this sweet treat to represent the pretty colors of corn kernels.   Originally, Candy Corn was yellow, orange and white, but it has become popular in other colors as well.

This confection was originally made by hand using corn syrup, sugar, water, marshmallows, fondant and carnauba wax (a wax made from the leaves of a palm tree), but it is now produced using machines.  The original ingredients are still used in the recipe.


Whether you want to go whip up a batch or go and purchase a bag, go and enjoy National Candy Corn Day.  Use #NationalCandyCornDay to post on social media.


Have a bowl of oatmeal and use #NationalOatmealDay to post on social media.


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