Last Saturday's "Saturday Night Live", hosted by Ben Affleck, was not just the season finale, but served as the final sendoff for longtime castmember Bill Hader (and possibly Jason Sudeikis and Fred Armisen), which means no more updates from NYC lifestyle correspondent Stefon.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" fell short of its expected $100 million take this weekend with an estimated $84 million, but it was still enough to knock "Iron Man 3" out of the No. 1 spot.
Mars and his Smeezington buddies were clad in red pants, red jackets and black shirts. He let his curls run free, not topping his outfit with his usual fedora. There were horns, guitars, drums and, of course, that voice!
Kanye West found a unique way of debuting his video for "New Slaves" Friday by bypassing the usual outlets by showing it on 66 buildings around the world. (A warning; some of the lyrics may not be suitable for sensitive ears.)
J-Lo's back with a new video for her song "Live it Up" featuring Pitbull, where she channels her inner "Black Swan" before crushing it onstage. Tell us what you think on our Facebook page.
I think we all wish we were a bit more organized, had more patience, always treated others with kindness and knew exactly what to say. I've got stacks of self improvement books at home, including my Bible, and it's still a struggle
I'll never forget stories about interns who had never seen a rotary phone or the oft repeated tale of how one stared blankly at a type writer when asked to type out a label.
Lady Gaga really is back in hell-on-heels form.
Has it really been nine years since Will Ferrell introduced audiences to the legendary Ron Burgundy with 'Anchorman'? Has it really taken Ferrell and co-writer/director Adam McKay almost a decade to put together a follow-up to the best comedy of the '00s? Well, that wait is almost over and the new trailer for 'Anchorman 2' suggests that Burgundry and his elite news team haven't lost a step.
Although styled similarly to the first teaser fro
Time marches on and humans evolve, but not everyone understands that. This classic rocker once commented, "There is certainly more in the future now than back in 1964."
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer, when Shreveport and Bossier City teenagers are free from high school and looking for summer jobs. There's plenty of work out there if you look in the right places.
These summer job ideas may not be the most glamorous, but they'll put gas in your car and give you some spending money for those late summer nights.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Margaritaville Resort Casino will be opening soon in Bossier City and Entertainment Manager Ron Richey stopped in to the K945 studios to let us know they're on the hunt for local bands to perform!
This is a super sweet video of a dog named Rev and Adele's cover of Garth Brook's song "To Make You Feel My Love."
Big congrats to Courtney Stahl of Bossier! She's a K945 VIP and she's won a four pack of tickets to see Taylor Swift on her Red Tour at Cowboys Stadium Saturday, May 25th courtesy of Universal Records and K945!
99 Years Of Bad Luck in 61 Seconds
You've heard those old wives' tales about having bad luck if you do certain things, such as breaking a mirror. Don't do that because you'll have seven years of bad luck.
Some people believe that you'll have bad luck if you open an umbrella indoors or pick up a penny that's tails up. Watch the 61 second video of this guy doing all those things and more. We hope he makes it through alive.