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See The Doobie Brothers in Raleigh

See The Doobie Brothers in Raleigh

Don’t miss The Doobie Brothers in concert, featuring Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald, Pat Simmons & John McFee with special guest Steve Winwood. The show is happening at Coastal Credit Union Music Park in Raleigh on Wednesday, July 31 at 7pm. Click here for tickets and info. Want free tickets? Listen for your chance to call…read more »

Celebrate Shark Month with National Geographic Kids

Celebrate Shark Month with National Geographic Kids

Win “1,000 Facts About Sharks” in hardcover for the young reader in your family! Dive into 1,000 sensational facts about these fierce and fascinating predators, from great whites to whale sharks, reef sharks, goblin sharks, and more! From the bizarre frilled shark to the wide-headed hammerhead, discover all you have ever wanted to know about…read more »

Win a Def Leppard “Pyromania” 40th Anniversary Set

Win a Def Leppard “Pyromania” 40th Anniversary Set

To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of their iconic album Pyromania, Def Leppard recently released a fantastic deluxe expanded edition. Click here for info and to purchase. Originally released in 1983, Pyromania launched Def Leppard into rock legend status. The album featured global hit singles “Photograph”, “Rock Rock (Til You Drop)” and “Rock of Ages” and…read more »

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Today’s Good News 7-17-24

Today’s Good News 7-17-24

A convention for “furries” broke a fundraising record last weekend in Pittsburgh.  Guests at Anthrocon donated $100,000 to a group called Gray Paws Sanctuary that rescues and cares for senior dogs…… A tow truck driver in Ohio recently helped cops save a kitten that got stuck between two wheels of a big rig.  The trucker…read more »

Today’s Good News 7-16-24

Today’s Good News 7-16-24

Six critically endangered sea turtles were released back into the waters off Massachusetts this past Wednesday, after being saved and rehabbed by a team at the New England Aquarium.  They included one loggerhead, one green, and four Kemp’s ridley sea turtles.  All three are endangered species…………Patriotism doesn’t stop at the Fourth of July.  An ice…read more »

Today’s Good News 7-15-24

Today’s Good News 7-15-24

A woman in Alabama named Helen Denmark turned 108 on Sunday, and said she stays young by “drinking wine, eating dessert, and flirting with men with mustaches.”…………. A 12-year-old kid in Rhode Island named Alex Dupuis saved a classmate from drowning during a field trip in June. Both of his parents are first responders with…read more »

WSFL Rock Cat of the Week 7-15-24

WSFL Rock Cat of the Week 7-15-24

We’re going in a different direction this week, since our Rock Dog was adopted quickly. This s is Barbara (aka Batwoman), our Rock Cat of the Week! She came to the shelter by someone saying they found her, but Barbara came with a dramatic entrance……when asked to proceed with the process, the finder became agitated…read more »

***ADOPTED***WSFL Rock Dog of the Week 7-15-24

***ADOPTED***WSFL Rock Dog of the Week 7-15-24

Meet Ariel, a sweet and quiet three year old hound mix. Ariel has the most soulful eyes and can be seen curled up in a ball on her bed in the kennel. To give her a quiet, relaxing weekend, a wonderful foster took her home for a break from the shelter life. Her foster said that…read more »

Today’s Good News 7-12-24

Today’s Good News 7-12-24

Doctors might be able to diagnose autism by testing gut bacteria . . . a cure for lupus could be around the corner . . . and a team at Penn State may have found a way to turn tumor cells against each other and finally beat cancer…………. A woman from D.C. bought a vase…read more »

Today’s Good News 7-11-24

Today’s Good News 7-11-24

Boston added googly eyes to five metro trains, just for fun.  There’d been a public campaign calling for it to happen.  They say it’s one of many “creative ways” they’re trying to improve things for commuters…………. Mattel is updating Uno so people who are colorblind can play.  They’re adding tiny symbols to the top of…read more »

Today’s Good News 7-10-24

Today’s Good News 7-10-24

A bunch of garden gnomes went missing last month from a guy’s yard in the Canadian city of Kelowna.   But they weren’t stolen.  A secretive group that calls itself the “Gnome Restoration Society” fixed them up and returned them all…………….. A five-year-old girl from England recently lost her favorite stuffed animal on a trip to…read more »

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Yungblud Shares Powerful New Single ‘Breakdown’

Yungblud Shares Powerful New Single ‘Breakdown’

Yungblud recently shared a powerful new single, “Breakdown,” in support of mental health charities. The musician has committed to donate £1 (up to £25,000) to the charities Mind and Sound Mind Live for every use of the song’s CapCut template. “I wrote this song because it’s been the hardest year for me mentally,” Yungblud said.…read more »

Scorpions Biopic ‘Wind Of Change’ In The Works

Scorpions Biopic ‘Wind Of Change’ In The Works

A biopic on German rock icons Scorpions, titled Wind of Change, is in the works from ESX Entertainment. According to Deadline, Ali Afshar’s ESX Entertainment has signed on to develop and produce the musical biopic Wind of Change, which will tell the story of “three unlikely friends whose passion for rock n’ roll fueled their…read more »

Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore Announces New Solo Album ‘Flow Critical Lucidity’

Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore Announces New Solo Album ‘Flow Critical Lucidity’

Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore has announced a new solo album, Flow Critical Lucidity, due out September 20 through Daydream Library Series. Flow Critical Lucidity will be Moore’s ninth studio album and will feature the previously-released singles “Isadora,” “Hypnogram,” and “Rewilding.” The project features contributions from Deb Googe, Jem Doulton, James Sedwards and Jon Leidecker. It…read more »

Queen Catalog Reportedly To Be Acquired By Sony Music For Over $1 Billion

Queen Catalog Reportedly To Be Acquired By Sony Music For Over $1 Billion

Queen have reportedly agreed to sell their recording, publishing and other rights to Sony Music for a record-smashing $1.27 billion. According to Hits, the deal also includes name and likeness rights, potentially opening the door to musicals, commercial and film placements, merchandising and other money-making opportunities. Complicating the deal is the fact that Disney Music…read more »

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