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The impetus for“Intelligence for Your Life” was Tesh’s wife, actress Connie Sellecca, whose nightstand was covered with issues of Oprah’s Magazine, “O”. “it’s all about passion and purpose. If something I share can help save someone’s marriage, inspire someone to go to the doctor to get chec…

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At Oldies 97.7 we love the Beatles just as much as you do. That's why every hour we stop down for a Beatles Break to showcase one of the songs from the greatest selling band of all-time. Help us choose the tunes by telling us your top 5 favorite Beatles songs below.

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Every weekday at 6am and 6pm we'll showcase the classic oldies of the 1960's for a full hour. Then at 7am and 7pm we'll spend all hour featuring the groovy tunes of the 1970's. Tell us a few of your favorite songs from the 60's and 70's below and keep listening to your home for good time old…

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Congratulations to our three free trip winners who walked away with a vacation just for keeping it local. Katherine Hale from Lubbock is headed to Cancun, Mexico. Also from Lubbock, Michael Flowers will venture off to Las Vegas, Nevada. While, Solia Gonzales of Ralls gets some beach time in …

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In "The Lovebirds," Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae star as a middle-aged suburban couple that witnesses a crime... wait, no sorry that's "Date Night." They actually star as party-goers who get drawn into a crime caper... no, no that's "Game Night." Well, you can understand my confusion with th…

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The HBO movie "Bad Education" is a darkly funny and consistently surprising telling of a huge embezzlement scheme that enveloped a wealthy school district in the early 2000s - all uncovered by a high school newspaper journalist who asked the right questions.

When you're starving, even a dry, half-decent hamburger looks good. Such is the case with "Extraction," a decent bit of escapism on Netflix while theaters are closed. It's good enough for action fans who wanna watch Chris Hemsworth try to kill more people than coronavirus.

Sometimes, an artist connects so deeply with the material that we can feel it, and it elevates the overall experience.I think that's the case for Ben Affleck in "The Way Back."He plays an alcoholic, and Affleck has been open about his recovery and relapses with alcohol in his off-screen life…