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Watch Ariana Grande Rightfully Shut Down Some Sexist Radio DJs

Ariana Grande, that odd little duck, was on Power 106 recently to discuss her newest single, “Focus.” When the conversation took a swift turn for the sexist, Grande did her best to shut down the idiotic ramblings of hosts Justin Credible and Eric D-Lux, who asked her a bunch of sexist and awesome questions like… More »


Kim Kardashian Was On “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me” And…Won?

Kim “tabloid magazine life support system” Kardashian did a great job. 

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Frisky Q&A: Anna Sale Of The Podcast “Death, Sex & Money”

“It’s about exploring the universal questions but in very personal, concrete ways.” More »


A Valentine’s Day Love Letter To My Favorite Hip-Hop Morning Radio Show

Dear Cipha Sounds, Rosenberg, K. Foxx and Old Man Ebro,

Every morning, my alarm goes off at 7 a.m., rousing me from sleep. I hit the snooze button, and then 10 minutes later, hit it again. When the third alarm finally goes off at 7:20, I pry one eye open, then the other,… More »


This Woman Doesn’t Understand How Deer Crossing Signs Work

Deer crossing signs exists in semi-rural areas to let drivers know to watch out for deer on the road. But Donna, who called in to a radio station in Fargo, North Dakota, doesn’t seem to understand this. She thinks that the deer are purposely crossing where the deer crossing signs are. Because deer can read. More »


St. Louis DJs Offer “Drive-By Whorings”

Drive-by whoring. It’s a phrase we didn’t know until yesterday, and we have the fine guys of St. Louis morning show “Woody and Rizzuto” to thank for broadening our horizons. It seems that DJs Woody and Rizzuto, of KPNT 105.7 The Point, are encouraging their male listeners to give the “difficult bitches” in their lives… More »


Radio Station Goes All “Glee” All the Time

British “Gleeks” are celebrating the creation of an all-“Glee” radio station. Oxford, U.K.’s “New Directions”-themed station only plays songs recorded by the cast of the hit Fox show. That means its musical roster is limited to around 180 tracks — of everything from Journey’s anthemic “Don’t Stop Believing” to Lady Gaga’s poppy “Alejandro.”

While… More »