WEEKDAYS 5A - 10A

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Saturday, November 26th 2016 at the La Crosse Center

Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm

The American Red Cross Dancing with the La Crosse Stars is an annual fundraiser celebrating its 11th year in 2016.  All proceeds benefit the local Scenic Bluffs Chapter of the Red Cross.  Eleven dance teams from our community will compete to take home the coveted mirror ball trophy.  These teams are made up of prominent business and community members partnered with talented dance professionals.  The show's production team consists of 3 area dance studios; Amanda's Academy of Dance, The La Crosse Dance Ctre, and Nicole's School of Dance.

CLICK HERE to vote for your favorite dancer, purchase tickets, and see the list of dancers for 2016!

 

Laura Marano starred as “Ally” in the Disney Channel's international hit television series Austin & Ally, for which she won Best Actress on TV at the Kids Choice Awards .

Laura's new single titled "LaLa," co-written by top songwriter Justin Tranter (Justin Bieber’s SORRY, Selena Gomez HANDS TO MYSELF), was released on iTunes this morning. It was co-written by Justin Tranter, the guy who wrote Justin Bieber's "Sorry" and Selena Gomez's "Hands to Myself". She will have her first live performance of "LaLa" at ARTHUR ASHE KIDS DAY on Saturday!

Laura's also joining the judges panel at this year’s Miss America competition, which will be broadcast live on Sunday, September 11th on ABC.

 

 

 CHECK OUT BRITTANY AND BALLZER'S INTERVIEW WITH LAURA HERE:

 

Her debut single “Boombox,” came out in March with the video starring Ken Jeong garnering over 37 million views!

 

FINALLY!  Congrats to Jeanette Henderson of La Crosse!  She scored the Maid Up or Paid Up Jackpot from Subway, Eat Fresh!  $1,446.75!  Jeanette has 5 kids, so this will definitely come in handy! :)

 

Today is Bad Poetry Day, so Brittany and Ballzer decided to write each other bad poems and of course brought Shaw in on the action:

And Shaw finally delivers...it was glorious:

 

 

We played At Work Olympics this morning to win tickets to Mississippi Valley Mayhem's Roller Derby Bout this Saturday. I was a little worried it was too hard so I grabbed Front Desk Megan to try it at the station. She gets an A for effort and I'll probably find some tickets for her efforts anyway ;)

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ON SATURDAY'S BOUT! We'll have more tickets all week long!

~Ballzer

 CHECK OUT MEGAN ON THE AIR:

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Steve Guttenberg has starred in more than 60 films, including some of the most successful blockbuster movies and sequels of all time:  “Police Academy,” “Three Men and a Baby” and “Cocoon,” among others.  His newest film is “2 Lava 2 Lantula,” a sequel to last summer’s Lavalantula, which is the sister to the Sharknado Franchise.  The film premieres on Syfy Network this Saturday. August 6th!

 

 

 

 

 

CHECK OUT BRITTANY AND BALLZER'S INTERVIEW WITH STEVE HERE:

 

Don't worry, we asked about that Three Men and a Baby ghost, too:

 

Shannon Miller: With seven Olympic and nine World Championship medals, Shannon Miller remains the most decorated gymnast, male or female, in US History.
Shannon was the 1993 and 1994 World All-Around Gymnastics Champion. At the 1996 Olympics , Shannon led the Magnificent Seven to the US Women’s first ever Team Gold and for the first time ever for an American Gymnast, she captured the gold medal on the Balance Beam.
Shannon is also the only female athlete to be inducted into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame not once but twice, as an individual and for her team.
After retiring from competition, Shannon received her undergraduate degree in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the University of Houston as well as her law degree from Boston College. She launched her company Shannon Miller Lifestyle: Health and Fitness, with a mission to help women make their health a priority through a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
In 2011, Shannon was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer. She has remained open and public about her diagnosis and treatment.
Now cancer free, she continues to be a strong advocate for awareness and early detection. Shannon shares the lessons she learned as an elite athlete, young adult and her journey with cancer in her inspirational new book, It’s Not About Perfect: Competing for My Country and Fighting for My Life.
Shannon has an amazing story as an entrepreneur, mother and cancer survivor but she is likely best remembered for her amazing Olympic moments.

 LISTEN TO BRITTANY AND BALLZER'S CHAT WITH SHANNON HERE: