September 14, 2014
10:00 pm
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Whats Happening on Big Oldies 107.3
Wake up weekday mornings with Big Oldies 107.3 and Jim Conlee beginning at 6am! Great music, prize giveaways and more!
Start your afternoon commute weekdays at 3pm with Big Oldies 107.3 and Tony Booth. He'll take you back in time to the Beatles, The Beach Boys, Motown, a look at the Top 5 songs in the country during this time period and more!

"DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU SING?" FROM GEICO

Play "Do You Know What You Sing" this week in the morning with Jim Conlee for your chance to win tickets to see Earth, Wind and Fire perform at Innsbrook After Hours on October 8th!

Listen to Win Tickets to Field Day of the Past!

It's a Fresh Country Summer and the Wolf wants to send you to all of the best festivals in the area! Listen this week for your chance to win tickets to Field Day of the Past on September 19th-21st. Take a trip back in time to an old country festival, complete with tractor pulls, down-home country cooking, rides, and more! It's a great way to spend a weekend with the entire family.

Listen to win passes to the Festival of Grapes and Hops

Listen this week to Tony Booth in the afternoon for your chance to win tickets to the Petersburg Chamber of Commerce's Festival of Grapes and Hops on September 27th! It's a great afternoon for good wine, good music, and all the fun you can imagine.
What's Happening Around The World
The Daily Show correspondent will become the first black co-anchor of Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update." NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says his hire could help diversify comedy well beyond NBC.
Saturday Night Live is bringing a new face to the Weekend Update chair — comedian and former SNL writer, Michael Che.
Commentator Erika Nicole Kendall writes about a history of the full figure that far predates J.Lo.
After a few words about Joan Rivers, the gang delves into a conversation about apologies, sincerity, authenticity, free speech and PR. Then we give ourselves a quiz and discuss What's Making Us Happy.
The HBO show began its final season Sunday. Terence Winter says he wrote the Prohibition-era drama in part to work with Martin Scorsese. It was "something I couldn't possibly ... pass up," he says.
A 14-hour biography of Theodore, Eleanor and Franklin Delano starts Sunday. Actors including Paul Giamatti and Meryl Streep put on Emmy-worthy vocal performances reading from an Emmy-worthy script.
As FX's popular drama begins its seventh and final season, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says the show works because it balances melodrama with bullets and biker gangs.
Avert your eyes, vegetarians, because for this week's Sandwich Monday, we try the infamous new sandwich from Arby's: The Meat Mountain.
Gay football player Michael Sam didn't make an NFL team, but he will play for the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. Writer Michael Arceneaux says that's an important step forward for gay black men.
A tank commander, a serial killer and a Mexican revolutionary wouldn't usually get to star in a Disney princess flick. But they do take the spotlight in a blog celebrating great women from history.
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The VCU Broad Street Mile returns on Saturday, September 20th! The event combines a street festival with a 5K Run and series of one-mile fun runs on the city’s major thoroughfare, Broad Street. The second annual event will take place on Broad Street between Belvidere Street and Hermitage Road. In addition to providing a fun, festive event, the VCU Broad Street Mile provides a turnkey fundraising opportunity for local community organizations. We are excited to introduce the VCU 5K which is a new addition for 2014!

Broad Street will be transformed into two areas, a running course and festival. The running course will feature the VCU 5K to kick-off the event, and eight themed one-mile races that start at 20 minute intervals. The festival area will feature live bands, music, art, food trucks, and exhibits from VCU academic programs, corporate sponsors, vendors, and local community organizations.

diggityFEST is Central Virginia's first and ONLY all kids music festival. Now in it's 4th year, we plan to do it even bigger and better than ever. In addition to a featured performance by the Diggity Dudes, a Richmond-based, nationally touring “kids band”, the festival also will include other national family music favorites and loads to do.  So bring your blankets and chairs, and plan to spend all day at diggityFEST 2014.