The new Sunday cruise got off to a good start in central Coventry. Come join us THIS Sunday after 5pm at Pond Pizza Pub. Details are on the calendar page.

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Party Animal

In a tribute to the recent passing of her musical
hero Prince..our four-footed superhero decided
that she would, indeed, party like it's 1999.

Rock that boa, you canine wonder.
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This Day in 1999:

Phil Kramer, who had taken Lee
Dorman's place when Iron Butterfly
re-formed in 1975, was found
, dead,
in a canyon
deep within the Santa
Monica Mountains

over four years earlier, he had
called a
local police station to say he
was going to commit suicide. At the
time of his death, he was 42.
May 31st
This day in Music History
2016 Inductee to
the RI Radio Hall of Fame
With much sadness, we say farewell
to one of the true, local giants
within our hobby.

Lou Read passed away this week at
the age of  just 76.  From many years
in law enforcement to operating his
classic car limo service, Lou's was a
familiar face in many corners of RI.

Your smile, good nature and
marvelous taste in true "classics" will
be sorely missed, Lou !
A few of us got
together for an
unofficial cruise last
night at Cardis, thank
the grim skies.

Tonight should be
much better as we
pile back in to the
A&W lot on Route 44.