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Kerry Wood

posted on May.29, 2012

 

Kerry Wood embraces his son following his last major league appearance.

I am a little late to the party, but I think a bit of a memoir is in order for the career of Kerry Wood, who announced his retirement following the game on Friday, May 18th, versus the crosstown rival White Sox.  If you have not seen the picture at right,He gave his son a long embrace when he came off the field, received several curtain calls from the fans, had given his pitching coach and fellow relievers handshakes before he came into the game, and received another handshake from each of the infielders and his manager when he left the game after striking out the only hitter he faced.  The Cubs lost, but the next day he announced his retirement in front of the Wrigley faithful, and received a blown up picture of the embrace with his son the day before.  He said he had no regrets, went to his son’s little league game earlier in the day and was happy with his decision. (continue reading…)


WTSR in TCNJ Magazine Spotlight

posted on May.28, 2012

Check out two articles in which WTSR has been featured!

From WTSR to repping the stars, shares Mark DiDia’s journey from WTSR DJ, to record label exec, to artist manager.

In response, Letter box: March 2012: WTSR Memories, includes a nostalgic poem entitled Radio Days, by Sue Glassey ’82.


Check Out the Following Messages from WTSR 2012 CV of the Year, Ms. Sue Ms. Sue!

posted on May.28, 2012

1.  I would to thank all who voted me WTSR 91.3fm community DJ of the Year for 2012!!!
2.  June 23, 2012 is the official start of my 35th year of broadcasting live on WTSR 91.3fm.  Thanks to all who have supported me especially my cus sista Theresa.

Music Review: Dinosaur Feathers – Whistle Tipes

posted on May.18, 2012


Dinosaur Feathers
“Whistle Tips”
Release Number: 2nd
Hailing From: Brooklyn, NY
Genre: Indie Rock
Label: Ernest Jennings Record Co.

Brooklyn’s only wedding band specializing in elopements is back and even after three years, Dinosaur Feathers’ debut album, Fantasy Memorial, still holds up.  It’s still my favorite album by a smaller local artist in recent years.  It was full of charm, it was fairly unique, and the musicianship was excellent.  It was a happy album full of vocal harmonies and interesting melodies.  When Whistle Tips came across my desk, I was understandably excited to give it a listen.
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Passion Pit – “Take A Walk”

posted on May.15, 2012

Picture of Passion Pit

Check out indie pop Passion Pit’s new song from their forthcoming album, Gossamer, available July 24th.  Stream “Take A Walk” on Passion Pit’s site.  Share your opinion on the band’s new direction and vocalist Michael Angelakos’s departure from his previous falsetto-style in the comments!


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