- 7:00 am Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 by Buck Machete
- 3:00 pm Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 by Buck Machete
Jerry Springer stops by the studio BUT not before getting swarmed by nearly every Cox employee in the building for photo ops.
- 12:48 pm Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 by Buck Machete
- 9:10 am Friday, July 28th, 2017 by 102.5 The Bone
The time has come! You’ve been listening to you favorite shows all year on 102.5 The Bone and now can finally vote for who is the Best In The Bay!
Voting will go from July 28th to August 23rd and the winners party is being held at The Mahaffey Theater on September 27th.
Apple A Day/ Mike Calta for best Celebrity Charity Event
Drew Garabo Live for best afternoon radio show
The Ian Beckles Show for best afternoon radio show
Roger and JP for best afternoon radio show
The Johnny B Show for best afternoon radio show
Mike Calta for best local citizen
Mika Rotunda for best local citizen
In Colorado you can now spend the night at a “Bud & Breakfast” and it’s comes with a free “Wake & Bake” breakfast
- 3:00 pm Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 by Buck Machete
WHEN YOU STAY AT THE BUD + BREAKFAST, BE OUR GUEST TO ENJOY CANNABIS IN A WARM SOCIAL, SAFE AND OPEN SETTING. A COMPLIMENTARY GOURMET WAKE+BAKE BREAKFAST IS SERVED DAILY.
GUEST CAN ALSO PARTAKE IN BOTTOMLESS MIMOSAS, COFFEE AND TEAS. 4:20 HAPPY HOUR APPETIZERS WILL TICKLE THE TASTE BUDS OF A CANNABIS CONSUMER.
MUNCHIES ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE, PLUS SWEET TREATS AROUND 8:00 PM.
PLEASE HELP YOURSELF TO COMPLIMENTARY BEER AND WINE, WHICH IS OFFERED THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
Have you ever seen the video of a creeper living in a rare crawl space in an apartment? Watch how they discovered what was happening!
- 1:00 pm Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 by Buck Machete
- 10:20 am Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 by Buck Machete
The Emmy-nominated chef tagged along with one of the South Florida Water Management District’s python hunters, catching three snakes in western Miami-Dade County.
The hunt is part of an upcoming segment on his latest series, “The F Word with Gordon Ramsey.”
Their kills bring the total number of invasive pythons eliminated by the SFWMD Governing Board’s Python Elimination program to 317 snakes in four months.
In New York, If you’re having food with your kid, you can only consume one alcoholic beverage at this restaurant.
- 6:30 am Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 by Buck Machete
Is this right or wrong?
A New York restaurant has committed to limiting parents’ alcohol intake when they dine with their children and plan to drive home.
The general manager at Peddlers Bar & Bistro in Clifton Park, New York, said she fears for the safety of drunken adult drivers and the children who accompany those drivers, and she hopes to prevent unnecessary accidents.
“I could never live with myself knowing that I killed somebody driving. I could never do that. “We love children. Everybody loves children, and children don’t have a voice … It’s just something that we feel in our hearts [More]
- 10:27 pm Monday, July 24th, 2017 by Buck Machete
Members of the community came together Saturday to pick up bags of trash in exchange for bags of marijuana.
Dennis Meehan, owner of Summit Medical Marijuana in Maine, got the idea from a shop in Colorado as well as the city’s own Day of Caring project.
“Bring us back the full trash bag, and we give them a gift of cannabis,” Dennis Meehan, owner of Summit Medical Marijuana, told WCSH.
Meehan shared a photo on social media of a trash bin overflowing with trash bags.
He hopes to organize a statewide neighborhood cleanup event with other dispensaries.
If this comes to The Tampa Bay area [More]
Driver of truck carrying immigrants charged after 10 killed suspected immigrant-smuggling attempt. And he’s from Clearwater.
- 4:22 pm Monday, July 24th, 2017 by Buck Machete
Eight people were found dead in the broiling trailer, and one died later at an area hospital, according to The Associated Press. The U.S. Attorney’s Office told the San Antonio Express-News on Monday morning that a 10th person had died.
The news came as the big rig’s driver, James Mathew Bradley Jr. of Clearwater, Florida, faced his first federal court hearing in connection with the deadliest such human smuggling case in the U.S. in at least a decade.