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Rik Mikals

I've been up and down the radio dial -- as the infamous "WKRP" theme song says. I started right out of high school in 1988 in my hometown of Clarkston Wash., at KCLK -- a country station -- and from there moved all over Idaho, Montana, California and Washington state at various radio stations. I was on KMPS in Seattle in the '90s and moved to Yakima in '98 as Program Director of KFFM. I moved again and again until I was in Bakersfield Calif., and then Tri-Cities. Finally I have come full circle back to Yakima as the Operations Manager for KFFM. I bought a farm in Prosser and have two great dogs named Phoebe and Barkley. My son is an aspiring musician who plays, performs and writes original music in his band, No Hope. I'm known for having a never-ending knowledge of pop culture, and I'm a huge comic book fan -- I have a collection easily totaling more than 5,000 comics.
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The *Revised* List Of The Worst Songs Of The 1980′s [VIDEOS]

Rolling Stone has decided to publish their list of the worst songs of the 80's and I have to say they have fielded an obvious list - they take shots at the easiest songs and I make the assumption that the 20-something Rolling Stone writer wasn't even alive in the 80's or if they were, they were rolling around in a dirty diaper and would have no idea what constitutes a bad song from the 80's. When you make the list of the worse 80's songs, you can't just pick songs that you term 'uncool' as of 2011. Those songs were huge in the 80's and everyone was rocking with those tunes or else they wouldn't have sold

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Heavy Drinking At Country Music Concerts Are Becoming A Concern [VIDEO]

Several country music shows recently have been dealing with an upsurge of concert goers getting kicked or removed from the shows. Tim Mc Graw has been the most high profile but shows with Kenny Chesney and even Brad Paisley have recently resulted in more and more fans being ousted for alcoholic abuse

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Inspirational First Steps For Graduating Senior

Angeline Lavasseur didn't want to break the time-honored tradition of graduates walking to get their diplomas at graduation.

The 18-year-old girl, who has been confined to a wheelchair throughout her childhood after being born with spina bifida, recently walked across the stage to pick up her diploma at Pinckney High School's graduation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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