Greg Dwyer started in radio as Marconi's Street Guy. He pioneered such bits as "Take The Black Plague Challenge" and "Battle Of The Sexes." Later, he and Bill Michaels rewrote the book of morning radio in Peoria. That book turned out to be more of a Cliff's Notes, and they promptly left The Caterpillar City for the green of John Deere. Heck, that was in 1990. If this link is still working, then they must still be employed!
The Cars That Weren’t The Stars
My favorite sleepers.
Miller Beer is Giving Away a Dive Bar for Your Backyard
There's no way I'm not going to build something like this.
AAA: Keep Masks Off Your Rearview Mirror, You Could Get A Ticket
There's some very helpful tips here too.
Yuengling Partners with Molson-Coors to Bring Yuengling Nationwide
Maybe 2020 finally hit the low, and we're in an upswing now!
Oscar Mayer Offers Free Wienermobile Rentals For Marriage Proposals
It's an interesting background, that's for sure.
Wendy’s Slams McDonald’s Spicy Nuggets on Twitter
Busch Unveils New Beer, Just For Your Dog
Have a drink with your best friend.
Iowa Chainsaw Artist Carves Artwork From Derecho Damage
Screw you, 2020.
Iowa Kid Handmakes Baseball Bat Out of Downed Tree Branch After Derecho
We have plenty of wood for it.
Bison Drags Iowa Woman by Her Pants
It took her pants after it was over.