KSLX Blogs

STERN REVITALIZING THE KISS PINBALL MACHINE!!

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There was a time when your brand (or your band) could reach a certain status by being featured as the theme on a pinball machine. It was a sign that you had made it to the big time. In the late ’70s, Bally made pins for groups like The Rolling Stones and Kiss, adding another feather to the bands’ caps ... Read More »

U2 PERFORM ON NYC SUBWAY PLATFORM YESTERDAY

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U2 seems to enjoy forcing their music on people unexpectedly, and yesterday, straphangers navigating Grand Central’s subway labyrinth were coerced into attending a concert with Bono & Friends, who performed “Angel of Harlem” by the 42nd Street S shuttle. Cute that you thought you’d be able to read in peace. Stereogum reports the surprise concert was orchestrated by (who else) ... Read More »

MICKEY-D’s IS BRINGING BACK THE HAMBURGLAR – HMMMMMM

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McDonald’s is bringing the Hamburglar back to network television for the first time since 2002, and clearly he’s spent the past 13 years slimming down at the gym and getting his life together. His new look, complete with a slick black trench coat and red leather high tops, is a far cry from the pudgy little red-headed criminal we remember. ... Read More »

HOW’S THAT HANGOVER?

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Hit it a little hard yesterday, did you? I’m betting a lot of “sick-days” being utilized today. “Mexican St. Patrick’s Day” will do that. Lots of drunkenness throughout the Valley yesterday. Hope you pulled through as best you could. Given today’s laid-back vibe, here’s some stuff we talked about (and some we didn’t), from this morning’s show. Wait! That’s a ... Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – TIIIIMMMMMBERRR! x 22 = $261,211 IN AGRICULTURAL VANDALISM

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In order to improve the view from his property, a central Bucks County homeowner chopped down 22 trees, according to police. But the trees — valued at $261,211 — were on preserved open space jointly owned by 11 residents of a housing development — the Bedminster Regional Land Conservancy and Solebury Township. Now, David L. Topel, of the 6100 block ... Read More »