The Philadelphia-born, Detroit-raised Doug Banks began his radio career as an on-air personality for his high school’s radio station. A local top 40 station took note of his talent and hired him for a temporary late-night weekend disc jockey spot. Even though he was the youngest DJ, he quickly earned a permanent position. After high school, Doug turned a six-week trial into a multi-year position at KDAY in
His next LA stop was KFI, which was the stepping-stone to his first Morning show slot in
The Doug Banks Show aired in the Afternoon for two years before moving up to Mornings. Now firmly established in the hearts and minds of fans across the nation, Doug recently celebrated his 16th year as a syndicated radio host. Millions tune in each week and experience some of the most creative and innovative programming on the airwaves today. In 2008, Doug launched his new afternoon show on V103 and has been top-rated ever since.
The recipient of numerous radio awards, Doug was honored in November 2005 at the 12th Annual Living Legends Foundation Gala in
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My ex husband’s new girl sent me flowers this past weekend for Mother’s Day.
My problem is she is the reason we are divorced today. She was messing around with my husband while we were still married.
I am the mother of his two boys who spend a great deal of time with him and his girlfriend. This has been bothering me all week!!
Why in the hell is she sending me flowers? My mother says she is trying to make amends but my girlfriends disagree. Do you think she was being sincere or being shady?
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The news follows rampant speculation that the "Countdown" songbird was pregnant, even as the couple remained tight-lipped about their ever-growing family.
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Huffingtonpost.com - CeCe Bruce said she's known for years that it pays to be nice. But she never realized just how much it could pay off until this week, when one of her regular customers rewarded her with a huge tip.
A part-time student at Martin University in Indianapolis, Ind., Bruce has worked as a waitress at a local Steak 'n Shake restaurant for two years, according to NBC affiliate WTHR.