You never know what you will get when you tune in to the Bruce in the Morning Show. I will make fun of just about anybody and anything. If it's on your brain, then we can talk about it, so I always invite you to be a part of the show.
It has been six years since the Bruce in the Morning Show went on the air at KIX 105.7. A lot has happened since then. I've met a lot of great people and built some lasting friendships. I've also built some great business relationships. One of the people that can say he's both is Dale Malone.
Dale opened Malone's on Main in Sedalia around the same time I got to town. We quickly formed a promotional partnership that turned into friendship. That partnership continued when Malone's became Rumour's and is still going strong at Daisy Dukes & Cowboy Boots.
According to a recent survey, 58% of people use their smartphone in social settings either "usually" or "occasionally." Which really sucks when you're on a date with one of those people. Here are four ways from match.com that your phone might be ruining your dates.
I cook. I'm not talking about just grilling or just one specialty, I am pretty handy in the kitchen. If I wasn't, I'd either starve or be broke. With the results from this survey, I should be really popular.
A group artist show is scheduled for Friday, October 5 at the Liberty Center in Sedalia from 5:30 to 9 p.m. 10 local artists will be displaying 64 different pieces at this show. Participating artists include Dustin Schmidt, Anthony Mitchell, Damon Freed, Dane Stilfield, Dustin R. Mothersbaugh, Jenny Ragland Phillip C. Tindell, Billy Welch, Jason Martin, Nathan Naylor and Todd Kreisel.
A friend of mine has a brother that is getting ready to turn 30. Six months ago, she purchased tickets to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on October 27. She was planning on them going to the show together.
He IS married and it seems he and his wife now have plans on that date, even though his spouse knew about these tickets WELL in advance. Now she doesn't want him to go and accept his birthday present from his sister. I've been invited to attend the concert if it turns out he can't go.
I was hired to DJ a wedding that was to be held outdoors. My job was to provide sound for the ceremony then DJ the reception in the giant tents that were set up. That means I was there for the entire wedding.
The theme for this one was obviously country. It was VERY well done. The seating was hay bales, all placed in perfect rows. The backdrop to the couple was two John Deere tractors with their buckets meeting over three large bales of hay. The bridesmaids were all in dresses that they can easily wear again and the groomsmen were in jeans and plaid long-sleeve shirts. ALL were in boots. They managed to find the perfect balance of having a country wedding without it being a redneck wedding.
Cliff Knickmeyer is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and currently a LaMonte police officer. During a pursuit of a suspect, he noticed something wrong with his toe. He assumed that it was injured in the chase. When it didn't heal for a week, he visited his physician and found out blood clots in his leg were to blame and he would require surgery.
Charo is a true entertainer. She sings, dances and makes the audience laugh. She's been on the Tonight Show, The Love Boat and Fantasy Island. On Friday, September 28, 2012 she'll be performing at the University of Central Missouri as part of their Performing Arts Series. Showtime is set for 7:30 p.m. at Hendricks Hall. Charo took time out to shoot the breeze with me. Here's the interview.
Last week, a Texas woman was arrested for allegedly letting her kids (ages six and nine) play in their cul-de-sac unattended. I think back to my childhood and when I was around five years old, the rule was to be home when the street lights came on. We were free to roam the neighborhood and there was an understanding that if we got out of line, someone would call our parents. Of course, this was before we decided to attempt to bubble wrap our kids.
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