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!


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After weeks of speculation, we now finally know what Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander were doing at Tom's Restaurant in New York City, site of many epic scenes during Seinfeld's long-running sitcom. During halftime of the Super Bowl, fans were treated to a clever Seinfeld-esque dialogue between Seinfeld and Alexander's George Costanza character held at the restaurant, in which the pair recounts a time Costanza cheered too loud at a Super Bowl party and was banned from returning the following year. At the end, they are joined by Seinfeld's on-show nemesis and comedic foil, Newman. The ad was a promotion for a longer, 6-minute episode of Seinfeld's web series, "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee," which is sponsored by Acura. 


Budweiser's precious puppy has pranced off with the best-of-breed ribbon for Super Bowl commercials. For the second consecutive year — and the 12th time in the past 14 years — Anheuser-Busch has earned one the most coveted of U.S. advertising honors, winning USA TODAY's consumer-judged Ad Meter for Super Bowl commercials. The ad, about a spunky puppy who is adopted but keeps coming back home to the Clydesdale horse it loves, gave more than a passing creative nod to a Budweiser spot that won last year's Ad Meter, about a savvy horse that keeps returning to its trainer. For the 26th consecutive year, USA TODAY's Ad Meter reached out to consumers to vote for their favorite Super Bowl commercials.

The top five ads, as voted upon by this year's Ad Meter panel, including final ratings are:
1. Anheuser-Busch – Puppy Love – 8.29

2. Doritos – Cowboy Kid – 7.58

3. Budweiser – Hero's Welcome – 7.21

4. Doritos – Time Machine – 7.13

Radio Shack – Phone Call – 7.00


Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has been found dead of an apparent drug overdose in his Manhattan apartment, law enforcement sources said yesterday. Hoffman, 46, was found in the bathroom of the fourth-floor apartment, the sources told CNN. Hoffman won an Academy Award for best actor for the 2005 biopic "Capote." He also appeared in "Charlie Wilson's War," "Doubt," and "The Master," for which he was nominated as best supporting actor.


Best Super Bowl Commercials

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The big game has come and gone... forget the game let's talk commercials! Overall, there weren't that many that stood out to me! Overall, I loved the Doritos Time Machine (above), thought the Tim Tebow T-Mobile commercials were clever, and of course loved the Budweiser dog commercial. What do you think?

The top five ads, as voted upon by this year's Ad Meter panel, including final ratings are:
1. Anheuser-Busch – Puppy Love – 8.29

2. Doritos – Cowboy Kid – 7.58

3. Budweiser – Hero's Welcome – 7.21

4. Doritos – Time Machine – 7.13


Paramore Breaks Records

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Have you seen the new music video from Paramore? The band attempts to break different world records... check it out here:


Super Bowl By The Numbers

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Over 20 million Americans will attend a Super Bowl party this weekend... will you be one of them? Did you know that 493 Olympic-sized pools could be filled with beer consumed on Sunday? How does Super Bowl stack up by the numbers? We've got you covered: (thanks to TreeHugger.com)

151.6 million: Number of people who will watch at least part of the game.

194 million: Approximate number of blades of grass on the football field.

232: Number of countries and territories in which the game will be broadcast.

34: Number of languages the game is broadcast in.

1: Number of languages in which the word "football" doesn't mean "soccer."

8 million: Total pounds of popcorn consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.

28 million: Pounds of potato chips consumed.

53.5 million: Pounds of avocados consumed.

222,792: Number of football fields worth of farmland to grow all that corn, potatoes, and avocados.

11.8: Depth, in feet, of guacamole consumed if it were spread across the football field.

293,000: Number of miles of potato chips, laid end to end, consumed during the game.

1 billion: Number of chicken wings consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.

325.5 million: Gallons of beer drank by Americans that day.

493: Number of Olympic-sized swimming pools that could be filled with all that beer.

20%: Increase in ant-acid sales the Monday after the game.

7 million: Number of employees who will not show up to work Monday.

41: Days in advance, on average, Super Bowl plans are made.

20 million: Number of Americans attending a Super Bowl party.

17: Average number of people attending each party.

5%: Percent of people who watch the big game alone.

40%: Percent of Super Bowl viewers who are not football fans.

25%: Percent of women who watch the game and enjoy it.

So there you go... will you be one of the statistics?


Full House Is Back...

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Jimmy does it again... ahhh Uncle Jesse!


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