Comedian and “Full House” star Bob Saget was found dead in his Orlando, Florida hotel room bed by a housekeeper who had entered his room at the Ritz-Carlton an hour after he was due to check out. According to a source Continue reading Comedian, actor Bob Saget found dead in Florida hotel room; he was 65
According to a TMZ report, Dr. Dre was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Monday after suffering a brain aneurysm. He remains in the ICU as of Tuesday afternoon. Sources informed TMZ that Dre, 55, is “stable Continue reading Dr. Dre says he’s “doing great” after brain aneurysm, thanks doctors
The long wait is about to be over! No, not the wait for 2020 to be over (although we’re in favor of that, too), but the return of Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall, starring in the sequel for the 1987 Continue reading Coming 2 America is coming to your screen. See the trailer here!
For 23 years, the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse Stage served Summerfest music lovers. As we look ahead to 2021 after the first cancelled Summerfest event ever, the Harley Stage will carry a new name: the Generac Power Stage. Generac, based in Waukesha, Continue reading Summerfest’s Harley-Davidson Roadhouse becomes the Generac Power Stage for 2021
The murder of Jam Master Jay was a cold case for way too long. Now, two have been arrested by city and federal authorities. On the evening of October 30, 2002, two men forced their way into the production studio Continue reading Two charged with killing Jam Master Jay in 2002
Ah, Mr. T. At the height of his fame while playing B.A. Baracus on The A Team, boxer Clubber Lang in the movie Rocky III, and pitying fools everywhere, the man born Lawrence Tureaud – who legally changed his name to Mr. Continue reading It’s Mother’s Day. Of course we have to salute moms with Mr. T’s classic song and video.
Richard Wayne Penniman, who became known to the world as Little Richard and is frequently credited as “the architect of rock ‘n roll,” passed away this morning, May 9, 2020. He was 87. Born in Macon, Georgia in 1932, he Continue reading Rock ‘n Roll pioneer Little Richard passes away; he was 87 and left an amazing mark on music
On August 1, 1981, MTV – then known as “Music Television” – kicked off its programming. It’s a far cry from what MTV turned into over the ensuring decades. Need proof? Here’s how it all began. Note the emphasis that Continue reading Let’s watch how MTV started back in 1981
Mount up. Bert and Ernie from “Sesame Street” have this covered. Of course, you can hear “Regulate” on HOT102’s stream, along with more Total Jams. But enjoy this version, which may have never been in your head otherwise. Back to Continue reading Always fun to watch Bert & Ernie “Regulate”