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The first Pet-Savers with Misha Anderson of The Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County.

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James Michael “Jim” Peterik (born November 11, 1950) is an American musician and songwriter. He is best known as the founder of the band Survivor, as vocalist and songwriter of “Vehicle” by the Ides of March, and as co-writer of the anthem “Eye of the Tiger”, the theme from the motion picture Rocky III.

Jim calls in to Marvelous Matt to announce the upcoming show in Watseka, July 14 2017.

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HARBOR HOUSE INTERVIEW

Matt spoke with Ann Delabre, the community outreach coordinator for Harbor House Kankakee County Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

They talked about the shelter, the help that is available and the re-sale shop that helps fund the shelter.

Harbor House offers free and confidential comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and their children:

  • 24 Hour Crisis Hotline
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Individual & Group Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Court Advocacy
  • Information & Referrals
  • System Advocacy (law enforcement, judicial, human services, etc.)
  • Transitional Housing

Harbor House offers Community Education on issues relevant to Domestic Violence.
Harbor House’s primary goal is to provide a safe environment in which to educate victims  and enable them to break their personal cycle of violence safely.

Our local hotline is available 24 hours a day at area code 815 then the number 932 5800.
To contact our business office, dial area code 815 then the number 932 5814.
Our general email address is harbor at the domain name of harborhousedv.org

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INTERVIEW WITH BEN AND HANNA OF BENTON CENTRAL FFA

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LADY BISON WIN OVER WESTERN JAN 17 2017

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Listener rendition of Pied Piper

In case you missed Dog Liebert of Lafayette’s rendition of The Pied Piper over the phone, check it out here!

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OLDIES NEWS JAN 4 AND 5 2017

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!

HERE ARE THE LAST TWO OLDIES REPORTS.

JANUARY 4 2017 REPORT – CLICK HERE!

JANUARY 5 REPORT CLICK HERE!

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OLDIES NEWS REPORT DECEMBER 30 2016

TOP STORY!


LOS ANGELES TO HOST ‘DAY OF THE DOORS’ ON 50th ANNIVERSARY

Los Angeles will honor The Doors with a special commemorative day on January 4th, 50 years after the band released its self-titled debut album. Los Angeles City Council member Mike Bonin will make the proclamation during a public celebration at the intersection of Pacific and Windward Avenues, the location of the “Venice” sign. Founding Doors members John Densmore and Robby Krieger are expected to attend the event in Venice, California, along with family members of the late Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison.

Densmore said in a statement, “Very apropos that The Doors are jumpstarting our 50th in Venice where we started. Our songs sprang up out of the Pacific like beautiful, edible silver fish … and apparently the world took a big bite.”

  • City Council member Bonin added, “Venice is a place where many have chased their pleasures or dug their treasures. It is a place that birthed The Doors and taught us all to cherish the funky, weird, and world-renowned vibe that Jim, Ray, Robby, and John helped make famous.”

FAST FACTS

  • The Doors album was released on January 4, 1967 by Elektra Records.
  • The album features “Light My Fire,” “Break On Through (To the Other Side),” “The End” and “Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar).”
  • The Doors recorded their debut album over six days at Sunset Sound Studios in Los Angeles.
  • In 2015, the Library of Congress announced the album would be included in its National Recording Registry. It’s frequently ranked by media publications as one of the best albums of all time.

AND MORE!!

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OLDIES NEWS DECEMBER 29 2016

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