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What’s Good in the Neighborhood

What’s Good in the Neighborhood

Join Toni with T. Mill in the morning for “What’s Good in the Neighborhood,” a platform to share any Good News in our communities, of events, achievements, announcements, and more.  More

That’s My Business

That’s My Business

Join Toni with T. Mill in the Morning as they showcase small businesses and entrepreneurs in Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley every weekday morning with “That’s My Business!” ¬†We want to hear from you too, so if you are or know of a small business or entrepreneur that we need to spotlight, please let us…More

The Gospel Express

The Gospel Express

Get your praise on inside The Gospel Express and start your day with positive inspirations! Weekdays from 4AM-5AM inside the Power Hour Sundays from 6:30AM until Noon playing the best in contemporary, traditional and praise & worship musicMore

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‘Full House’ creator Jeff Franklin lists mansion built on Manson murders plot for $85 million

‘Full House’ creator Jeff Franklin lists mansion built on Manson murders plot for $85 million

Jeff Franklin, Hollywood producer and creator of the hit ABC sitcom “Full House,” has put his sprawling Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $85 million. Known as the Cielo Estate, the 21,000-square-foot Andalusian-inspired property boasts nine bedrooms and 18 bathrooms. The resort-style grounds feature a 75-yard pool with a trio of waterfalls, two hot…More

‘Secrets of Playboy’ pulls back the curtain on the dark side of Hugh Hefner’s empire

‘Secrets of Playboy’ pulls back the curtain on the dark side of Hugh Hefner’s empire

The Playboy mystique and Hugh Hefner’s legacy receive a serious debunking in “Secrets of Playboy,” a 10-part A&E network docuseries that explores the dark side of the lifestyle Hefner sought to embody. Somewhat bloated in its format, there are plenty of disturbing revelations scattered here for those with the patience to reach them. Sister network…More

Pete Davidson and Colin Jost joke about buying Staten Island Ferry boat during Weekend Update on ‘SNL’
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Pete Davidson and Colin Jost joke about buying Staten Island Ferry boat during Weekend Update on ‘SNL’

Pete Davidson and Colin Jost are just a couple of boat guys. The “Saturday Night Live” stars joked about their recent purchase of a Staten Island Ferry during the show’s Weekend Update. The segment began with a well-known skit called Guy Who Just Bought A Boat, helmed by “SNL” star Alex Moffat. “We’re boat people…More

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