Want to Intern with The Morning Show?
The Morning Show Application
It's hard getting dressed when you wake up at 4am to do morning show. Some days are better than others. Here is what members of the Rise N Grind Morning Show threw on.
Check out these pictures from Power 99 listeners at Cricket with MuthaKnows on Rising Sun Avenue on June 29th!
Check out these pictures from Power 99 listeners at Cricket on Broad Street with Mina Say What on June 28th!
Rah Digga Helping Out - Rah Digga, yes from Busta Rhymes' Flipmode Squad, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for a community dance center in her city Newark, NJ. From The NJ Dance Network Kickstarter page: "The Dance Network" is a facility that will be located in the heart of Downtown Newark, New Jersey. I, Rah Digga, have obtained a lease for one of SEVERAL abandoned spaces in Newark and with the help of countless community members; we will have the place completely renovated in 30 days.The goal is to develop full-scale dance recitals, theatrical productions to be performed in our city, and basically act as a stomping ground to deter talented kids from getting into trouble with their idle time.
Postal Service Is Bugging! - The Postal Service is seeking a three-cent increase in the price of a first-class stamp to 49 cents and they are asking the that Postal Regulatory Commission to approve it. They say the postal service is in a "precarious financial condition,” which expects to lose $6 billion this year.
Samuel Jackson Calls Out President - Samuel L. Jackson has some words of wisdom for President Obama when it comes to his deliberate dropping of “g’s” off the ends of words. “First of all, we know it ain’t because of his blackness, so I say stop trying to ‘relate.’ Be a leader. Be f**king presidential,” Jackson told Playboy magazine. “Look, I grew up in a society where I could say ‘It ain’t’ or ‘What it be’ to my friends. But when I’m out presenting myself to the world as me, who graduated from college, who had family what cared about me, who has a well-read background, I f**king conjugate.”
73 Year Old Twerker - Told you guys about The Queen on Bounce, Big Freeda, along with hundreds of people gathering in NYC to break the Gusiness Book Of Records for the most people twerking in one area. Well they did that, but the big story making its rounds is video of a 73 Year Old Twerker helping to break the record.
View Here: http://huff.to/1eHUdIl
There Are Still People Who Don’t Use The Internet - A study released showed that 15 percent of American adults don't use the Internet. Among them, 34 percent say they are, quote, "not interested, do not want to use it, or have no need for it" and 32 percent say it's "difficult or frustrating" to go online. Some of these people are physically unable, or that they worry about security issues, such as spam, spyware and hackers.
Hugh Douglas Is In Trouble Again - A little over a month after being fired by ESPN for calling his co-host an Uncle Tom and a house n word. Hugh Douglass was arrested in Hartford after he attacked a woman in a downtown hotel, cops say.Reports say the former NFL defensive end grabbed the woman and “slammed her into the walls several times.” This idiot claims the woman’s injuries are the result of rough sex. He’s being charged with third-degree assault and second-degree strangulation.
U.S. Watersheds Are "Stressed" - According to new reports 1/10 watersheds in the United States are stressed. The demand for water is exceeding the natural supply they say. One researcher said, “By midcentury, we expect to see less reliable surface water supplies in several regions of the United States. This is likely to create growing challenges for agriculture and electrical suppliers, as there may be more demand for water and less to go around.” The studies have found that most of the water stress is in the Western US where there are fewer surface water sources to begin with. Agriculture seems to be the biggest causer of water stress but densely populated cities are also a contributing factor.
Shellie Zimmerman Says She Doubts George’s Innocence
Shellie Zimmerman, George Zimmerman's wife, revealed that she doesn't believe her husband's innocence in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. in an interview with NBC's The Today Show, Shellie questioned her husband's integrity after pleading self-defense which led to his acquittal in the Florida case. Now she is coming forth saying that she doesn't know the man that she married and that she doubts his innocence.