Greg Dwyer started in radio as Marconi's Street Guy. He pioneered such bits as "Take The Black Plague Challenge" and "Battle Of The Sexes." Later, he and Bill Michaels rewrote the book of morning radio in Peoria. That book turned out to be more of a Cliff's Notes, and they promptly left The Caterpillar City for the green of John Deere. Heck, that was in 1990. If this link is still working, then they must still be employed!
All TaxSlayer Center Events Postponed for Next 30 Days
Check out the list of postponements.
University of Iowa Professor Looking for Adults to Take Part in Medical Marijuana Study
Well, sign me up, I'll bite the bullet.
Buffalo Wild Wings Promises Free Wings if Super Bowl Goes Into Overtime
I hope they lose their bet.
37th Annual Rod & Custom Auto, Motorcycle, & Parts Show
They're looking for exhibitors and vendors.
Pepsi’s New Coffee-Cola Has Nearly Twice As Much Caffeine as Normal Pepsi
I mean, coffee is good in beer, so it has promise?
Journey Is Coming Back to the Quad Cities
And they're bringing The Pretenders with them.
Get Your Carson King “Iowa Legend” Pilsner
It's all coming together.
Popular Halloween Costume This Year Is Dressing Like a Can of White Claw
I know some people that will want these.
Quad City Man Wins National Award For Most Queso Eaten
And he wins free queso for a year.
Eddie Money Has Died At Age 70
Money recently revealed that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer.