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Katy Perry’s Popchips

Katy Perry is creating her own flavor of Popchips.  She is the snack food brand’s latest face and is in the process of making her own specially created flavor in their test food kitchen.  Look for the Perry-perfected flavor to be revealed in a couple of weeks.  Popchips are available at Schnucks, Dierbergs and Target stores. Read More »

Jon Talks About Daughter’s Drug Struggles

In a recent AP interview, Jon Bon Jovi was asked about his daughter Steph’s heroin overdose in her college dorm room.  He replied, “Steph is a great kid.  Great GPA.  Cool school, Hamilton College.  Everything about it is idyllic.  She was doing great.  Then a sudden and steep decline.  Hopefully we caught it when we did and that’s the end ... Read More »

Led Zepp on Dave Tonight

Led Zeppelin is set to appear on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight.  There’s no word on if the band will be performing.  I kind of doubt it.  But we can hope, can’t we?  The special edition of the show will be airing from Washington D.C. The band, as well as Letterman, were among the recipients of this year’s ... Read More »

Lindsay Loses It

Lindsay Lohan was arrested early yesterday after an altercation in a New York City bar.  I know.  It’s a shocker that it occurred in a bar.  But it started at a Justin Bieber concert which Lohan attended.  The British boy band The Wanted opened the show.  Lindsay was denied access to backstage, so she found (stalked) Max George afterward at ... Read More »

Adele Tops 10 Million

Adele’s album “21″ has topped the 10 million mark in U.S. sales.  And it did it in less than 2 years, faster than any other album since NSYNC’s “No Strings Attached” hit 10 million in its 43rd week in January 2001.  The last album to sell 10 million copies was Usher’s “Confessions” which came out in 2004.  But it took ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–St Louis Earth Day

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Cassandra Hage-the Executive Director of St Louis Earth Day. This organization’s mission is to make every day Earth Day-cultivating environmental stewardship and engaging individuals-governments-businesses-schools-and the non-profit sector in celebration-education-and action to support a healthy and sustainable future. Talk of the Town–heard every Sunday morning at 5:30 on 106-5 The Arch. www.stlouisearthday.org Read More »

Stones Kept London Up Late

The Rolling Stones played past their curfew on Sunday at London’s O2 Arena and now, they’re facing a stiff fine from city officials.  The Stones were supposed to finish their first 50th Anniversary show by 10:30pm, but they kept playing until about 11:05pm.  The fine could be around $320,000.  There is no comment from the band.  I’m thinking they can ... Read More »

Don’t Mess with Kelly

Texan Kelly Clarkson is not happy with a British magazine.  She says the UK Mirror Sunday Celebs insert misquoted her.  The publication featured a cover photo of Kelly with the headline “No One on the Planet Should be as Famous as Me.”  Clarkson tweeted, ” I love when people take what you say and twist it to make you sound ... Read More »

Lenny Kravitz to play Marvin Gaye?

According to the London Evening Standard, Lenny Kravitz has been tapped to play Marvin Gaye in British filmmaker Julien Temple’s tentatively titled “Midnight Love” project (named after the album Marvin Gaye recorded in Brussels in the early 80s).  The film will focus on the making the “Midnight Love” album while Marvin was living in Belgium – a drug addict and ... Read More »

Talk of the Town-This Week-Lydia’s House

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Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Melissa Antey-the Development Coordinator for Lydia’s House. They provide transitional housing for abused women and their children while working in faith to end domestic violence. Find out all about their residency programs and all their support services–plus–get details on their fun Gingerbread House display at Plaza Frontenac. Talk of the Town-heard every Sunday morning ... Read More »