KFI reporter Steve Gregory and digital director David Perez look for random adventures and events to cover, such as the Oscars and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
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The ice moves inexorably ashore, crackling as it goes like thousands of windows breaking. In minutes, it's moved from the shoreline of a
"It was just pushing and breaking and pushing and breaking," Darla Johnson, who made a video of Saturday's "ice tsunami" on
And once you watch it, you can't stop. It's like a sci-fi movie, and there's certainly science involved.
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Last week, Steve and David were out at the May Day immigration reform rallies in downtown L.A. Here are some of the sights and sounds...
Hanneman, 49, was at a local hospital when he died of liver failure about , Slayer's official website stated.
The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported that Hanneman was a
Hanneman and band member Kerry King co-founded Slayer in 1981 in
The resulting mix drew a wide and devoted fan following that spawned recording and concert success.
The popularity of Slayer's first two albums, ``Show No Mercy'' in 1983 and 1985's ``Hell Awaits'' led to seven more studio albums and two live albums, along with a pair of EPs, according to Billboard magazine.
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"Shotgun Tom" Kelly, KFI News Director Chris Little, Reporter Steve Gregory, Digital Director David Perez, and Pretty Good Podcast's Randy Wang. Credit: Tim Conway Jr.
Singer Stevie Wonder, a longtime friend, and KRTH program director Jhani Kaye joined Kelly at the ceremony near the intersection of
Kelly's star is next to the one honoring the late Real Don Steele, a previous afternoon host on KRTH.
``Just look around you,'' Kelly told the crowd. ``You've got Cary Grant. You've got Marilyn Monroe. You've got Stevie Wonder's star just down the street here. You've got Tom Jones, you've got Carlos Santana. I mean, how about K.C. and the Sunshine Band? They're even here. So it's great to be in this good company.''
When Kelly was 10 years old, his mother told him a disc jockey was broadcasting from a shopping center, interviewing people, and that he should go there and see if he would put him on the air. Kelly went and was interviewed, prompting him to build a mock radio station in his bedroom, with two record players and a microphone.
Kelly then visited radio stations to watch disc jockeys do their shows. When he was 13, Sonny Jim Price, a disc jockey and program director, called him into his office to ask his opinion of a new song he was going to add to the playlist -- ``California Dreamin''' by the Mamas and the Papas. Kelly said he liked the song, Price asked him if he would like to work at the station, an offer Kelly quickly accepted.
Kelly has been the afternoon host at KRTH since 1997 after working at a series of stations in his native
The Academy presented a reunion of "Wayne's World," on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Pictured (left to right): Academy President Hawk Koch, actor Dana Carvey, writer-actor Mike Myers, producer Lorne Michaels, actor Rob Lowe and director Penelope Spheeris. Credit: Matt Petit / ©A.M.P.A.S.
This week we visited the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science's Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills for a "Wayne's World" reunion. A large group of people who worked on the film were in attendance for the screening. There was a hilarious Q&A moderated by the movie's executive producer and Academy President Hawk Koch. The panel included actor Dana Carvey, writer-actor Mike Myers, producer Lorne Michaels, actor Rob Lowe and director Penelope Spheeris. Check out a video of the discussion above. Learn more about the Academy and the events it puts on here.