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I grew up in the Twin Cities, graduated from Champlin Park High School and as long as I can remember I wanted to be on the radio. After graduating high school I immediately went to work in Grand Forks, ND at KZLT for a few years before moving back to Minneapolis to work with Dave Ryan at KDWB. After KDWB I did nights at WXPT in Minneapolis for just over 5 years before I decided it was time for a change, so I moved up north and the rest is history! I live in Superior with my wife Mindy, daughter Rose and dog Rawko. In my free time I enjoy playing with Rose, doing home improvement projects and watching movies. I don't like winter very much, I hate being cold, but summertime in the Northland makes it worth it...right? See ya around town and THANKS for listening!
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Six-Year-Old Steals Family Van to Buy Food, Crashes [VIDEO]

A 6-year-old boy in Oregon confessed that the reason he stole his family's van and a roll of pennies was because he was hungry and wanted to pick up some grub.

Unfortunately for the boy, no food was had.

Instead, the inexperienced, obviously unlicensed driver crashed into a pickup truck while en route. He also hit several mailboxes along the way.

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Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
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Playboy Says No to White House Party Crasher Michaele Salahi

First, she was rejected by 'Celebrity Rehab,' and now, Playboy magazine has reportedly turned down nude photos of alleged White House party crasher Michaele Salahi.

Sources for TMZ claim that Salahi received an email from the famous nudie mag, in which they told her that "there is no opportunity this calendar year to offer you a cover opportunity or place for your pictorial."

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CBS
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‘Great Gatsby’ House Torn Down [VIDEO]

The home that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald to write eternal high school English class assignment 'The Great Gatsby' has been torn down, according to reports.

'Lands End' was a grand mansion on Long Island's North Shore, which was built by a newspaper publisher in 1902.

For a period of time during the '20s, Fitzgerald lived across the bay from Lands End, and would watch the lavish, celebrity-filled parties which took place within its confines. He later incorporated many of these observation into 'The Great Gatsby.'

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Woman Attacked by Secret Python, Saved by Police

There seems to be a trend among people who house dangerous, exotic and/or illegal pets in their home: they end up attacked by their very own beloved creature.

Such is the case for a Kansas woman who, after harboring a secret pet python, wound up with its jaws around her neck until a police officer intervened.

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Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images
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Nicolas Cage Arrested, Bailed Out by Dog the Bounty Hunter

Talk about a bizarre chain of events: Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage was arrested early Saturday morning in New Orleans on charges of public drunkenness, disturbing the peace and domestic abuse battery.

The arrest stemmed from an argument Cage had with his wife, Alice, about the location of the house they were renting.

According to a statement from the New Orleans Police Department, "Cage and his wife were standing in front of a residence that he insisted was the property the couple was renting. She disagreed, and Cage grabbed her by the upper arm and pulled her to what he believed was the correct address. There were no signs of injury on his wife's arm."

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ABC News
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Plastic Surgeon Crafts Pointed Ears for Spock Fans [VIDEO]

These days, you can get plastic surgery on just about anything.

Want a million-dollar caboose a la Kim Kardashian? Done. Don't like the shape of your chin? Not a problem. Want to channel Dr. Spock via elf-shaped ears? Err -- yeah, at least one surgeon in Tempe, AZ, has got the 'Star Trek' department covered now.

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Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for AFI
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Shirley MacLaine Tells Oprah: I Slept With Three Men in One Day

Shirley MacLaine had quite the revealing interview on yesterday's episode of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.'

The Oscar-winning actress, who was there to promote her new book,'I'm Over All That: And Other Confessions,' told Oprah she had "an awful lot of lovers" in her time ("and a lot of awful lovers, too," she quipped), including one instance in which she slept with three people in one day.

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NBC
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Helen Mirren Hosts ‘Saturday Night Live’ [VIDEOS]

'Saturday Night Live' got a touch of class this weekend, thanks to host Dame Helen Mirren, who was there to promote her new movie 'Arthur.'

The 65-year-old Oscar winner certainly gave it her all in an episode that seemed to rely on two things: her never-aging beauty and her ability to impersonate famous people.

When she wasn't pole dancing or letting Kristen Wiig get up close and personal with her, uh, "magical bosom," Mirren gamely impersonated everyone from actress Helena Bonham Carter to author Mary Shelley. In one sketch, Mirren portrayed First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, who, in a riff on the much-maligned miniseries 'The Kennedys,' was revealed to be a lesbian with a thing for Marilyn Monroe (Abby Elliot). The result? Some girl-on-girl action between Mirren and Elliot. (No complaints here.)

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Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images
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Sidney Lumet, Iconic Film Director, Dead at 86

Legendary film director Sidney Lumet, the man behind such classic movies as '12 Angry Men,' 'Serpico' and 'Network,' died Saturday morning of lymphoma at his home in Manhattan, the New York Times has confirmed. He was 86.

Though he never won an Oscar for directing, Lumet had a longstanding history with the Academy Awards, beginning with his first movie, '12 Angry Men,' in 1957. The film garnered three Oscar nominations, including one for Lumet, and starred Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb and more as a group of jurors who must determine whether or not a teenage boy killed his father.

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