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“Eternal One: If you are thirsty, come here;
        come, there’s water for all.
    Whoever is poor and penniless can still
        come and buy the food I sell. 296 more words


Andy Warhol’s Love Affair with Television

On the 22nd of February 1987,  Pop artist Andy Warhol suddenly died in his sleep at the age of 59 in NYC – the cause was an undiagnosed arrhythmia following a routine gallbladder operation. 1,050 more words


Behind the Scenes!

Over the past few months, the Marketing and PR team has been busy shooting and editing new commercials which will feature some of our programs at Wiregrass. 59 more words


History of Radio: Hucksters, Pitchmen and Sponsors

Commercial radio arrived in America in the 1920’s. It didn’t come with much of a business plan. Like many of the digital and Internet startups that came 80 years or so later, the first goal of radio stations was to build an audience. 1,178 more words



Expedia, directed by John Hillcoat, Stink

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My Demon Washing Machine is Haunted...

Have you seen the latest Kathy Bates commercial for Turbo Tax?  Haunted by ghostly dead children, she wants to know if she can use them as a deduction. 847 more words