Wednesday, July 18, 2018
 
 
Lifestyle Expert Crafts Dream Weddings and Dazzling Events
Celebrity lifestyle expert Shawn Rabideau shares tips and tircks for creating the perfect wedding or party celebration.
 
Kanye West
Banter gone wrong Wednesday morning
 
Wait Night
Allie Martin is live in Tupelo for the celebrity wait night.
 
Celebrity chef from Wyomissing: 'Home is where the heart is'
It's a culinary homecoming for celebrity chef and Berks County native Devin Alexander.
 
Backstage With: Josh Arnold
He's one of The Bob and Tom Show hosts, he's been named Best Male Comedian, and he's giving us an exclusive interview!
 
Backstage With: Colt Ford
He's an American country rapper, singer, songwriter who's charted six times and co-wrote "Dirt Road Anthem", and when he sold out KC's Time Out Lounge...we hopped on the tour bus for an exclusive interview.
 
Backstage with In This Moment
They're a female fronted American Metal band that's so popular that when they came to the Victory Theatre, every seat was taken! We're going backstage with members of In This Moment for an exclusive look at their rise to popularity and making the jump from opener to headliner.
 
Professional boxing coming to Biloxi
This weekend, professional boxing is coming to Biloxi with plans to stick around for a while if all goes according to plan. On Saturday, the IP Hotel and Casino will be hosting a show featuring seven fights headlined by heavyweight boxer Michael Hunter in the main event. Boxing Promoter Ron Weathers says he hopes to turn this into a monthly showcase with future sights set on hosting matches at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum. Even after several decades in the business, Weathers says there’s nothing like the trill of a live fight while Hunter sees this bout as an opportunity to work towards his ultimate goal. "Hopefully I'll be getting a fight with my stable mate Deontay Wilder and we can link up again cause he's a heavyweight champ. We were stable mates in 2008 for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing." Weathers said, “It's the excitement of the moment that gets you because it's two guys in there banging each other and it wakes you right up, believe me it does. When they start knocking fire from each other you start screaming one way or another, it gets you on the edge of your seat. It's not like wrestling, wrestling is just entertainment, but this is the real thing.” Weathers says tickets range anywhere from $20 to $50 plus fees and taxes with the doors opening at 6 p.m.
 
Professional boxing coming to Biloxi
This weekend, professional boxing is coming to Biloxi with plans to stick around for a while if all goes according to plan. On Saturday, the IP Hotel and Casino will be hosting a show featuring seven fights headlined by heavyweight boxer Michael Hunter in the main event. Boxing Promoter Ron Weathers says he hopes to turn this into a monthly showcase with future sights set on hosting matches at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum. Even after several decades in the business, Weathers says there’s nothing like the trill of a live fight while Hunter sees this bout as an opportunity to work towards his ultimate goal. "Hopefully I'll be getting a fight with my stable mate Deontay Wilder and we can link up again cause he's a heavyweight champ. We were stable mates in 2008 for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing." Weathers said, “It's the excitement of the moment that gets you because it's two guys in there banging each other and it wakes you right up, believe me it does. When they start knocking fire from each other you start screaming one way or another, it gets you on the edge of your seat. It's not like wrestling, wrestling is just entertainment, but this is the real thing.” Weathers says tickets range anywhere from $20 to $50 plus fees and taxes with the doors opening at 6 p.m.
 
Celebrity Wait Night
Ellen Boles, President of the Pilot Club and Project Committee member, Yvonne Brown join Eric to discuss their upcoming Celebrity Wait Night at Sweet Peppers Deli in Starkville. The event is Thursday, April 19th from 5-8 PM. For more information call 662-324-1105
 



Celebrate a Night at the Theater With New Myrtle Beach Hot Spot
Celebrate the grand opening of a cultural hotspot in Myrtle Beach during a night jam-packed with celebrity performances.
 
Backstage With: Costaki Economopoulos
He's a regular on The Bob and Tom Show, has written jokes for such big names as Bette Midler and Jay Leno, you may have seen him on Showtime or Sirius, and now we're going backstage with Costaki Economopoulos for an exclusive interview!
 
Sunday drama never disappoints at the Masters
Throughout my week at the Masters, I’ve run into just about anything you could expect to see surrounding a major golf championship. From the lighthearted interactions between players and patrons during the practice rounds, to the nervous scrambling to keep hope afloat in the early rounds, to the looks of wonderment on the faces of patrons seeing the course for the first time, there was no shortage of emotion or entertainment.
 
Meet Country Music Prodigy: Emi Sunshine
She's a teenage prodigy who broke onto the music scene when she was just nine years old, she's graced the cover of Country Music People, and you can catch her on your TV and a local stage, welcome Emi Sunshine!
 
Celebrity bartending challenge raises funds for Food Bank of CNY
The Food Bank of Central New York and Townsquare Media teamed up Thursday night to host the first celebrity bartending challenge.
 
Celebrity bartending for Food Bank
Celebrity bartending for Food Bank
 
Oak Crest Mansion Inn
Oak Crest Mansion Inn has stood the test of time and has been branching out after new owners took over ten years ago and invested in restoring the historic home to its former glory. In less than two years, Oak Crest Mansion Inn will reach a milestone as its caretakers celebrate the Pass Christian home's one hundred years in existence, a day that may have never happened had it not been for Chase and Erin Mosely. Owner Erin Mosely said, “I’m not originally from here, but we fell in love with this property. It was the period right after Katrina. It was in a difficult state. It was falling apart.” But the Mosely’s weren’t the only ones eyeing the historic property. “Other people who were looking at the property were looking at tearing down the whole thing and we felt a passion to save it and to have an opportunity for the community to enjoy it.” And enjoy it they have. The Moseley’s ended up buying the home and property back in 2007 and had it restored to its former glory with some new finishing touches by the summer of 2008. Oak Crest Mansion Inn has been the setting for hundreds of events since then. Special Events Manager Stephanie Brauchlae said, “We’re most well-known for our weddings. We have 12 acres of beautiful grounds that we can have a wedding and reception on property for you. We are also open to the community for public events.” The home was built in the 1920s and has a very colorful history, including transportation magnets and even the mob. “There’s a lot of colorful stories about guns being kept under the stairwell,” said Mosely. While the bed and breakfast has several rooms fit for a king, including a room where the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, once slept, you don’t have to be a celebrity to sleep, eat or play here.
 
Backstage With Stone Sour's Roy Mayorga
We're going backstage with acclaimed percussionist Roy Mayorga to talk about the band, and what it means to be a rock star.
 
Gwyneth Paltrow receives Sun Valley Film Fest award
Paltrow participates in the Festival's final 'Coffee Talk.'
 
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