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Now displaying: June, 2014
Jun 28, 2014

Big day for “Duck Boy” Phil as Vancouver Canucks Center, Ryan Kesler is traded to Anaheim. Kesler speaks to Phil about being the “missing piece.” Jennifer Bjorklund reports on the permanent closure of a popular Los Angeles hiking trail, and why we care more about dogs than human life in movies. Jay Campadonia reveals what scientist learned from 50,000 year old neanderthal poop, and why did he call the CEO of Wallethub.com “Zeus” during a discussion of the best July 4th cities in America? What did a former tech exec learn in Asia that caused him to dedicate his life to “Made in the USA?” Plus Chris Martin explains why Shia Labeouf is an idiot. 

Jun 27, 2014

Today we remember how to keep dogs and cats safe during July 4th fireworks. Plus, our tech guy explains how the Supreme Court changed your digital life this week. Jennifer Bjorklund reveals the Farmer’s Market of weed and the ethics of fecal transplants. Team USA advances in the World Cup by losing. And finally, Phil settles the “aim at the toilet” argument forever.

Jun 25, 2014

Busy day today. We covered the story of the first bionic arm controlled completely by thought, a guy dead under a manhole cover for 2 years, Deep-Fried Chocolate Chicken, Gold-Plated Chicken Bone Jewelry, Solar roadways, Travel to the “Big Island,” What they don’t tell you about TV Home Design Shows, 120 Sports, Tiger Woods returns and more.  Did we just say, “and more?” That’ll never happen again.

Jun 25, 2014

The whole crew is together today and Jennifer Bjorklund alerts us to some naughty drones. Plus your love life may rest with what’s in your fridge. This is the most dangerous time of the year for teens. And, the list to end all lists: The Best Burritos in America. Guess which city wins!

Jun 24, 2014

Former KNAC morning guy, Ted “Thrasher” Prichard fills in for a second day and delivers the stellar stories, including an app that lets you send photos of your “privates” to a doctor, Celebrities left in the wild to fend for themselves, and a cougar sighting in Malibu (not to mention Katie Couric got married!).  Jennifer Bjorklund returns with news of the United Nations stepping in to pay water bills in Detroit, Big Brother Lamp posts in Chicago, a Maltese Retriever, and Robot parking Valets. Chris offered an update on Mugshot McDreamy, why team USA has to try against Germany in the World Cup, and the reunions of Genesis and ELO.  Plus a professor from Rio De Janeiro explains why Brazilians are so upset with FIFA. Dr. Kurtz tells us why we need to get shots, and Phil reveals why PETA is mad at Lady GAGA…this time.

Jun 21, 2014

Today Jennifer Bjorklund and Jay Campadonia were on vacation (separately) but just the same, we needed to fill out the table a little, and look who we found: 1980’s-1990’s Pure Rock Radio legend, Ted “Thrasher” Prichard. Thrash-Pie recounted his days as a heavy metal god on KNAC FM, plus he delivered the stories behind the stories, including: something you wouldn’t expect to break out at the CDC, Herman Cain says America is being ruined by idiots, and social media is burning up with World Cup fever.  Chris Martin takes us for a ride on an asteroid, introduces us to the inadvertent feminist, and updates the World Cub scores (sorry Great Britain). Plus today’s guests, Michael Sragow reviews the weekend movies, and the new Downtown Harbor opens up right up the street from our studio in Ports O’Call. 

Jun 20, 2014

On a day when Britain dropped a World Cup match to Uruguay, Jeremy Anticouni explained how to get a free iPhone, Joe Duran, author of “The Money Code” explained how to over come personal bias to prosper, and Mark Frobose offered tips on learning foreign languages quickly. Plus Jennifer Bjorklund has questions about Bergdahl and wondered how a woman can get locked out of enlisting in the military because of a tattoo. Jay Campadonia offered a parenting tip on yet another thing you should NEVER do, and revealed a health expert’s recommendation for a sanitary experience in a public restroom. And Chris Martin issued the reasons why Chelsea Handler keeps getting big money TV contracts and alerted us to the STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® 2014 Championships. 

Jun 19, 2014

Do (My) Sharona’s children like The Knack? On today’s show you meet the actual Sharona that famous song was about. Plus, Chile ousts #1 Spain in World Cup action, and Tech expert Andrea Smith explains how to connect your car, you home and your phone and keep the hackers out. Chris offers up a phone app that sends aromas, Jay issues a story about a cross-dressing teen who was denied a drivers license for “wearing a disguise,”  and Jennifer explains the consequences of sex on a bus…when you are the driver!

Jun 18, 2014

On today’s show, Chris Martin offers a heartfelt mea culpa for completely botching two sports reports, one on the Stanley Cup Final and another on the passing of baseball star Tony Gwynn. Plus, the price of a Double Double is going up, there’s a Picasso under that Picasso, school isolation chamber, 30 extra miles for your car on fumes, are Great White sharks really endangered? and fitness coach Jennifer Cohen on the Hot 5 workout app.

Jun 17, 2014

World cup action is in full force with Team USA playing in it’s first game of the tournament. Find out which team was spied on by a drone, and which team refuses to speak to the media after a nude sunbathing incident. Plus, DNA Patches lead to a possible cure for cancer.  Dr. Stephen Shrewsbury explains how it works. Also, the Friends remember baseball great, Tony Gwynn who lost his battle with cancer. And, the Pope ditches a favored form of transportation.

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