Here are the pics you sent to us in your FAVORITE college gear!
From jeans to dresses...to boots and braids...here is your go-to fashion guide for WMZQ FALL FEST!
Keith Urban concert!
Paul Walker was best known for his action-packed films, but many are remembering the late actor, who died on Saturday in a fiery car crash, as a big softie with a huge heart.
During the holiday season several years ago, the "Fast & Furious" actor walked into Bailey Banks and Biddle Jewelers in Santa Barbara, California, and, according to sales associate Irene King, what happened next was practically out of a feel-good Hollywood movie.
He was browsing for bling at the same time as a soldier who had just finished his first tour of duty in Iraq, and was looking at engagement rings with his fiancée. Thecouple saw a ring set they liked, but it was way too expensive and boasted a hefty $10,000 price tag.
Paul witnessed this and as soon as the couple left, he told the store manager to put the ring the coupled wanted “on his tab” but to keep his identity hidden. According to King, the store never told the couple that Walker was the man behind the purchase, and nobody ever knew the sweet story until now.
Full story here.
On the outside chance we have a Classical Music station on our roster, here is a cool but VERY SLOW Flash Mob where a girl puts a quarter into a street musician’s hat and slowly a 100 piece orchestra shows up and plays Beethoven’s “Ode To Joy”.
Getting bumped from a flight is frustrating, inconvenient and something most airline passengers have had to deal with at some point. Things like bad weather or mechanical problems sometimes arise and there's nothing you can do. But neither was a factor on Sunday – when 50 Delta passengers waiting for a flight from Gainesville, Florida, to Atlanta were bumped off their flight.
Initially they were told their plane was taken out of service because of mechanical issues, but as they later found out, the University of Florida basketball team took their plane. The Gators' team plane had some mechanical problems and so they used the other plane to fly them to Connecticut, where they had a game the following day. Meanwhile, the passengers left without a plane were forced to miss important appointments and were understandably angry. They were all eventually accommodated on other flights and given a voucher to use on a future flight. (Gainesville Sun)
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