Even though he only had a few hours sleep after recording all night in L.A. Kodaline’s Steve Garrigan was hilarious in our warm up chat for Starry Night In The Garden! Maybe it was the alluring Irish accent?
Sara recently hosted a contest on her website asking to play at someone's engagement paryy or wedding. As you can imagine, thousand of entries. The two she picked to play at became the basis for her I CHOOSE YOU video. Awesome job....a GREAT watch!
Maya Angelou led a full life and left a lasting legacy. As women and as mothers, there is much to learn from her, even after her passing. Let this Top 10 list of quotes from Mommyish.com ("Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.") inspire and motivate you today!
We're pretty sure Cornell students know that The Office's Andy Bernard is a fictional character, and that his being from Cornell is made up as well. But that didn't stop them from inviting Ed Helms to give their commencement speech, and him wondering about the very same thing. Read more from The Hollywood Reporter...
ABC managed to take TWO HOURS to inform America that Olympic gold medal-winning figure skater MERYL DAVIS is your "Dancing With the Stars" Season 18 champion. The show was soooooo drawn out. Read a full recap from The Washington Post.
Team USHER took the title last night, as JOSH KAUFMAN won "The Voice".
He also got to help ROBIN THICKE perform during his song "Get Her Back"
Last night was the second last episode of NBC's "The Voice" - Read last nights wrap up fromYahoo.com.Tonight is the big two hour season 6 finale from 9:00 to 11:00 Robin Thicke, Alabama and Justin Moore will perform.
Watch Josh Kaufman's performance of Set Fire To The Rain, it'll blow you away!
The 18th season of Dancing With The Stars wraps up tonight 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on ABC. Catch up with these show recaps fromUSA TodayandYahoo.com.
The Mentalist finishes their 6th season tonight at 10pm on CBS. What'll you watch?
It seems that no matter what age, blemishes never completely go away. Your cell phone, as well as shampooing after washing your face are some of the reasons behind a break-out. Check out the full list of beauty mistakes and easy-fixes!
Last night's 2014 Billboard Music Awards was like a giant birthday bash! Katy Perry's performance of "Birthday" was over the top and full of zip-line fun! Big winners last night included: Justin Timberlake, Imagine Dragons and the song "Blurred Lines" earned Thicke, T.I. and Williams four trophies: Top Hot 100 Song, Top Digital Song, Top Radio Song and Top R&B Song. Check out the full list of award winners below and some of the highlights here:
Just about a month 'til Starry Night In The Garden 2014! We are sooo excited to have A Great Big World and Kodaline help raise needed monies for the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens! We thought we'd go back to an AGBW song that Glee covered for Feel Good Friday. Check out the official video, and Glee version of This Is The New Year. Perfect for starting the weekend after such a rainy stormy (miserable) week!
Bladder control when I sneeze, laugh, do jumping jacks, or stand up from a seated position.
The desire to party, unless said partying involves lying on a couch watching old episodes of Hart to Hart while spraying a can of Reddi-Whip into my mouth in short, steady bursts.
The nail on my big toe, after angrily kicking a semifunctional Diaper Genie and telling it (unironically) to "EAT SH*T!"
My memory of the last time my bras were washed. (Nearest estimate, spring 2011.)
The ability to stay awake in a movie theater.
Or while watching a TV show after six o'clock.
Or while reading an e-mail.
Or right now.
My virginity. (Just making sure at least one of us is paying attention.)
The capacity to wake up at 5 a.m. to go for a jog.
All credibility for implying that there was ever a time that I woke up at 5 a.m. to go for a jog.
The combination to locker 623 at the gym that I have been paying $45 a month since November 2007 to use, but which I have not actually set foot inside since March 2008.
The notion that babies are pure, innocent, loving souls, replaced by the knowledge that they are the neediest, most narcissistic creatures in the universe (with the exception of a boss I once had whose ability to turn every conversation back to her was so amazing, upon reflection it may have been a superpower).
Patience for the sound of children whining, after one minute.
Patience for the sound of adults whining, after 20 seconds.
My crush on my OB-GYN ever since the day that I looked between my legs and saw him one elbow deep inside me, the other arm holding a cell phone to his ear telling his wife that he may be late for dinner but that he would almost certainly be able to make the 8:00 show.
Since laying spread-eagle on a gurney in the hallway of a maternity ward, the concern that someone might see my naked body. Now I couldn't care less if someone were to post in Times Square a high-def 50-foot nude photo of me popping a chest pimple.
The beeper number to my pot dealer.
My badass rep.
OK, I never actually had a badass rep. Or a pot dealer, for that matter.
The job that I interviewed for when I was eight months pregnant, and after the interviewer asked, "Aren't you due to have a baby next month?" I said, "Yeah, I'll probably lay low for a coupla weeks afterward, but I should be ready to get back to work after two, three weeks... tops."
My sh*t, just now, upon rereading #19.
A handle on current events; if pop culture knowledge was an animal, mine would resemble a groundhog emerging every six weeks to randomly yell out a social trend ("Gangnam Style!" "Ryan Gosling!" "Game of Thrones!") only to retreat back into its hole of social oblivion and stale macaroni for another six weeks.
My belief that children can be "molded" into anything other than who they intrinsically are.
An argument with another new mom -- a close friend -- over the use of baby leashes.
My friendship with that mom.
The ability to enjoy any form of entertainment in which a child is in danger, even though when I was a kid I couldn't get enough of it, and when Flowers in the Attic came out my friends and I passed that dog-eared paperback around the fourth grade like it was a Playboy and hoped/wished/prayed that someone would lock us in their crawl space, and when no one did, we all wondered what was wrong with us.
A lifelong family friend to a heart attack -- a decidedly unfunny event.
The illusion that anything in life is guaranteed.
The capacity to dwell on emotionally painful topics.
The hard shell around my heart, causing me to weep openly at the beauty of life as it manifests in such moments as an elderly couple holding hands, a plastic bag blowing in the wind, or a pair of feral cats copulating in my backyard.
The City of Buffalo needs your help to pull off an historic event this Sat. May 17 at 11am called Hands Across Buffalo.
The city is asking you to stand in unity against poverty and inequality to create a human chain across the City of Buffalo along Ferry Street from Niagara St to Bailey Ave.
They need 7,000 people to link hands to make this possible.
So far they have 5,500 people registered and need is another 1,500 people to reach their goal.
We are asking people to forego the online registration and just show up on Ferry Street at 10am. This event is completely free and is specifically a public service to benefit the City of Buffalo. More information at www.handsacrossbuffalo.com.
Huffington Post shares the Top 20 happiest jobs for grads. From code crunchers to accounting, recent grads can see if their future professional goals made the list. Hey, we don't see radio!? But we seeeeem so happy when you listen to us...
Casey Kasem is still alive, but his body is missing! In a very bizzare story, it seems like his wife Jean may have moved it out of the country to keep it away from the rest of the family.Read the sad New York Post accountof how a family is fighting over control of the final days one of Americas most beloved personalities.
You'll see A Great Big World perform ALREADY HOME at STARRY NIGHT IN THE GARDEN June 18th...and this ESPN Segment saluting Mom's in the military will only make hearing it live even more special. Get out the tissues...
Katy Perry's videos always take her songs to the next level. But this may be the best ever. While the lyrics to "Birthday" may not be the deepest or most clever, the video is Katy at her creative best! She went to 5 birthday parties as the entertainer. But NO ONE knew it was her. 8 minutes long, but soooooo worth the watch!
The Bills moved up to grab him at Radio City Music Hall last night, and Clemson WR Sammy Watkins stopped by RLITM to introduce himself to Buffalo this morning. Yes, we talked about his hair! He's had it since high school and loves it because it's a "get up n' go" doo!
Did you ever wonder which eye is your dominant eye? What about your blind spot or your burning color images in your cones? Buzzfeed's new channel, Buzzfeed Blue, gives you that chance with these eye tests that look like magic.
A Walt Disney World Mark IV Monorail 1971 ride vehicle prop has been listed on eBay for a cool $189,000. It's the actual front cab of the red monorail which served the grand opening of the Walt Disney World Resort in 1971 until the arrival of Mark VI monorails in 1989.
Knowing what we know now, this segment seems sooooo uninformed, sad, and hilarious at the same time. But the truth is, Rob can remember acting and sounding about the same way when first giving internet addresses on-the-air.
One of last years most memorable Better Half Of The Bills interviews was with Meghan Robinson, then girlfriend of Bills linebacker Jerry Hughes. They've been together since high school, and the subject was brought up of Jerry formally proposing to her. Meghan let us know that she had a feeling something might be coming this offseason...and apparently last night was the night! If you follow them on Twitter, Meghan @texasgirl281, and Jerry @Iam_jerryhughes, you'll see the pics and romantic story of how he proposed! WOW that's a lot of candles!And how about that ring! Mucho bling! Sooooo happy for them...and their dogs! Remember how she told the story of them losing one of their pooches last Thanksgiving weekend? Click for a GREAT listen...
CBS has taken over the NFL's Thursday Night Games, which means the #1 comedy and some other very strong programming will have to be moved this fall. E! Reports on possibilites for Big Bang Theory, including the strong possiblity that season 10 will be it's last!