Challenge the kids to this amazing art. Artist forms faces in a sieve and when placed in certain light it casts a perfect sculpted face. Plus check out the Daily page for this week's events, top 5 movies, and popular summer tunes.
Memorial Day treat.....the ice cream brrrrger. When's the greatest chance of getting a ticket for running a red light? And Tracy's take on "hurrying Love", plus get the sunrise and sunset times on the Daily Page
Financial news this week is abuzz about Facebook's IPO expected to be more than 14 billion dollars. Well that's a few billion more than the biggest check ever written. The check was written from Mitsubishi to Morgan Stanley. It was an investment that essentially saved the company from collapse.
Dale Dixon was in studio today warning us once again to not click on a link sent to you by an e-mail. He was referring to the latest scam involving Verizon who is encouraging customers to go to paperless billing. Scammers are getting so good they're imitating the email and getting people to click a link that will download who knows what damaging virus, or a bug that will eventually sell your soul (slight exaggeration). He encourages us to just go to the website and independently confirm the source. He said you can tell that a link is not what it's claiming to be by hovering your mouse over the link and reading the url address. Hover here and hear more
Mother's Day is Sunday. Ahhh....Mother's Day.......a day to recognize the woman who brought you into this world and sometimes might have wanted to take you out. Tracy had some facts on how much we're likely to spend.
Okay, this is a lingering problem. Apparently the high fiber diet of dinosaurs was the source of high output of methane. What we refer to as a "poofasaurus" may have been the cause of global warming in the Jurassic period. Brings a whole new meaning to silent but "deadly". Listen to Tracy's take: Here