Annie was born and raised in Northwest Indiana with her younger sister and parents in Hammond. After spending some time out of the area chasing the radio dream she has moved back to start a family with her two main men: Jager the mutt and fiance Rob. When she is not on the air Annie enjoys cheering her favorite Chicago sports teams (Da Bears, Da Bulls, And Da Sox), hiking, and exploring new fairs and festivals! (Anything Deep Fried she's in!) Annie cannot wait to share her life with you on air and is excited to be back in the Region doing what she loves!
Have you heard of people putting together a bucket list for their life before 30? I have been trying to make this "30 Before 30" list ever since I turned 29 in September and keep putting it off!!! Well, it's already March and I'm loosing time! This is what I have written so far:
Go to Mardi Gras in New Orleans
Drive a car I will never afford to buy
See my favorite sports teams live: Bears, Bulls, Sox, Hawks
Ski down a large hill
Read at least one new book
Find an organization and volunteer regularly
Pay it forward at a drive thru
Discover a new vacation spot with Rob
Visit my Grandparents in Kentucky (haven't been in almost 6 years!)
Save a life.
Spend a day saying "yes" to everything that is asked of me
Discover a new artist in concert
Conquer my fear of the dentist.
Spend a weekend in Michigan
Become more active
Take a class and learn something new.
Guess I'm half way there... what would you put on your Bucket List? Better keep working on not only making my list, but accomplishing it!!! It's never too late to reach your goals!
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"DANCING WITH THE STARS" THEME - CO-HOST BROOKE BURKE-CHARVET LET GO FROM DANCING WITH THE STARS
When Dancing with the Stars returns for its 18th season on March 17, there will be at least one notable absence. It was confirmed on Friday that co-host Brooke Burke-Charset will not be returning to the dance floor after seven seasons alongside Tom Bergeron. Erin Andrews is reportedly replacing Brooke Burke as the new co-host of “Dancing with the Stars.” The sportscaster is well familiar with the show, having competed on Season 10 with pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Season 18 premieres on March 17.
THOUSANDS MISTAKENLY BELIEVE FOOTAGE OF LAST YEAR'S DAYTONA 500 WAS THIS YEAR'S RACE AS 2013'S WINNER JIMMIE JOHNSON GETS AN OUTPOURING OF CONGRATULATIONS WHILE SITTING IN HIS MOTORHOME
Jimmie Johnson's phone started blowing up yesterday while he was sitting in his motorhome — nowhere near Victory Lane. Johnson was hailed as the Daytona 500 champion all over the place yesterday - he was trending on Twitter and even had friends congratulating him via text message — despite the race being in a rain delay. Showers halted the race after 38 laps. Fox Sports responded by showing a replay of last year's season opener, the one in which Johnson won his second 500 and Danica Patrick made history by becoming the first woman to lead laps in The Great American Race. Fox ran a crawl across the bottom of the screen, saying the 2013 race was being shown while yesterday’s race was being delayed because of rain. But thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands, of people failed to get the message. “I hear I won the #Daytona500?” Johnson posted on Twitter. “Haha! I also have friends confused and texting congratulations to me.” Fellow drivers had fun with the widespread error, too. “Wait a minute! I'm confused, did @JimmieJohnson win or not?” Clint Bowyer tweeted.
REPORT: SPACE JAM SEQUEL STARRING LEBRON JAMES IN THE WORKS
Warner Bros. is reportedly making a Space Jam sequel starring LeBron James, according to Deadline. According to the report, Charlie and Willie Ebersol will develop the sequel, with Willie penning the script. The son of broadcasting veteran Dick Ebersol, Charlie most recently produced The Moment and NFL Characters Unite for USA Network. Charlie tweeted the news earlier on Saturday. James has yet to confirm the project, and ESPN says the NBA star's reps have denied the report. The original Space Jam, which was released in 1996, starred Michael Jordan and grossed $230 million worldwide.
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