"Life begins in Texas and everything before ... don't count." Being a loyal Texan, although not a native-born Texan, that's one of my favorite quotes and it pretty well describes me. Wichita Falls has been my home since the summer of '81 and I wouldn't have it any other way. When I'm not at the Radio Station you may spot me out on a bicycle, pickin' and grinnin' at a downtown art gallery or just hanging out at the coffee shop enjoying some pleasant conversation. I love living in Wichita Falls, playing your favorite music on the Radio, writing and voicing commercials, and of course, taking pictures with my trusty Nikon. By the way, if you see someone jumping for joy at the vintage LP he just discovered in one of the local resale shops, that’s probably me.
Incredible First Date Will Literally Be Out Of This World
Did we mention this will all be part of a Japanese documentary TV show? It's working title is "Full Moon Lovers." Seriously, we can't make this stuff up.
New RollBot from Charmin Brings TP When You Need it Most [VIDEO]
Thanks, Charmin, for thinking of us in our times of need.
Don’t End Text Messages With Periods. Period.
The rules, they are a-changing. At least that's what Victoria Turk, editor at Wired UK and the author of a new book on digital etiquette says.
New Dog Harness Reads Your Pet’s Mood And Changes Color
The app also lets you track patterns over time to learn how to best care for you pet.
2020 Karnevale Event Brings Back 1920s Fashion and Fun
Channel your inner bootlegger or flapper and join the party at Karnevale - Gangsters & Dolls: A Speakeasy Event at the Forum on Speedway.
Survey Says Americans Stressed Out By Stuff
In response to the accumulation of things, almost one fifth of Americans resolved to clear the clutter in 2020.
New Delivery Robot at CES Expo Looks and Behaves Like Cat [VIDEO]
It purrs when you pet it, but if you pet it too long it tires of you and moves on to its next task. Pretty much like a real cat.
Heart Strings Art Exhibit and Auction Strikes All The Right Notes
There's a small jar near each piece and the one that collects the most money wins. Actually the kids in the WF Youth Symphony Orchestra win.