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Funny or Die Exec Wears Same “Zoom Shirt” for 70 Straight Days During Pandemic

The New York Times reports that “Zoom shirts”–shirts kept near your home-office desk that are worn only for video calls–are a bona fide coronavirus fashion trend. And nobody’s taken this trend to the extreme quite like Joe Farrell, the executive vice president of Funny or Die. He wore the same Brooks Brothers button-down for 70 consecutive days’ worth of Zoom calls–and …

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Denny’s Is Making Bacon Bouquets for Father’s Day

Denny’s just announced they’re making BACON BOUQUETS for Father’s Day this year . . . yes, that’s a whole bunch of bacon wrapped up in paper like a bouquet of flowers. If you want to get one, you need to order $25 worth of food from Denny’s on Postmates tomorrow, Saturday, or Sunday. And if you put in the promo …

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Cinemark Is Planning to Open Most of Their Movie Theaters by July 17

The country’s third-largest movie chain plans to open most of their locations in the U.S. by July 17, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Some Dallas, Texas locations will open as early as June 19. Theaters are opening up so that tentpole films like Mulan and Tenet can help bring in income. Industry sources expect the top movie chains, including AMC and Regal Cinemas, to follow suit …

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Happy Summer!

“Happy” doesn’t feel like it’s been in anyone’s vocabulary for the past couple of months, but I assure you – we are happy to be here! If you’ve listened to KIK-FM recently, you’ve probably noticed some changes. Our goal is to honor the legacy that came before us, since this station first went on the air in 1970 as KCMT …

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Man Finally Wins Lottery After Playing Same Numbers for 40 Years

After playing the same numbers for 40 years, to no avail, an Australian man finally won the lottery on Saturday, earning a jackpot of more than $341,000. “I’ve been waiting for this moment for many years,” said the unidentified retiree, who says he plans to use his winnings to buy a house and take “a holiday or two.”

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‘March to Open Restaurants’ Planned At Big Ole Park

A couple hundred people are interested in a Facebook event titled ‘March to Open Restaurants.’ It’s happening Tuesday the 26th at 5:00 PM at Big Ole Park. The online group calls it a death march for Alexandria Restaurants. The description reads, “Current orders by Gov Walz have sealed the fate for Alexandria restaurants. We will not survive. We need to …

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Cicadas Expected to Emerge for 1st Time in 17 Years

Hey, East Coasters: Before you start freaking out over murder hornets, don’t forget that the cicadas are coming! USA Today reports that the insects, which emerge from the ground every 17 years to mate, are expected to come out of their subterranean hiding spots this month as the weather warms in states like North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. Although the loud, rattling …

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Florida Georgia Line Announces New EP “6-Pack” to Drop on May 22

Country duo Florida Georgia Line announced Monday that they will be releasing a new EP on May 22 called 6-Pack, The Boot reports. FGL made the announcement on Twitter, writing, “Can’t keep all this new music to ourselves any longer. Excited to announce the #6Pack EP drops next Friday.” The EP will include their latest single, “I Love My Country,” and is …

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Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw, Luke Combs Set for “CMT Artists of the Year”

Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town, Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Luke Combs, and Lady Antebellum are just some of the A-list country artists set to perform on the 11th annual CMT Artists of the Year special. Billboard notes that all performers will appear remotely on this year’s broadcast, which will honor the heroes of the coronavirus pandemic. “The CMT Artists …

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America Is Running Out of Pickup Trucks

First came toilet paper and hand sanitizer, and now there’s a shortage of pickup trucks in America. As Automotive News reports, “With North American auto plants closed since mid-March to protect workers from contracting COVID-19, some dealers say they are starting to run short on full-size pickups as a result of the generous financing offers rolled out as the coronavirus pandemic torpedoed …

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