Bruce The Hugger had a classic BTH call-in Thursday, during which his 82-year-old mother was repeatedly attempting to make a call from another phone in his house. Listen to the audio clip here.
Hall of fame catcher Johnny Bench lauded Bryce Harper of the Nationals for his talent in a recent interview, while also taking a...
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“It’s tough because you play other teams, you feel good about other teams, and then all of a sudden nothing works when you play one particular team,” Matt Williams said, when asked why the Nats cannot beat the Braves.
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EB of the Junkies erupted on Orioles fans and their incessant trolling of him, and a conversation with one of them helps us all to better understand the nuance of the rivalry between Nationals and Orioles fans.
Masters fever swept through the hallways of 106.7 The Fan on Thursday, causing employees to construct elaborate office putting surfaces, wear stupid outfits, all in an attempt to compete for some themed attention dollars.
Kevin McCarthy was the subject of recent mocking from Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” with regard to his critique of the Bible-laced (but not strictly Bible-based) movie “Noah.”
PHOTOS: ESPN broadcaster Britt McHenry, formerly of D.C. affiliate WJLA, paid a visit to the Junkies in studio on Friday, April 4, 2014.
Junkies: In a special report, brought to you by Ainsley Earhardt, Fox News regrets to inform you college kids are “partying” while on spring break, and it’s happening right here “in AMERICA” (Video).
Dan Snyder once begged and pleaded for Mike Shanahan to sign Randy Moss to the Redskins, well after his prime, and when it was clear the receiver was in the twilight of his career.
Nats bench coach Randy Knorr told the Junkies how he reacted to hearing Matt Williams had been hired as manager, over him: “I called a couple buddies of mine and said, ‘Hey, meet me at the golf course. We’re gonna get drunk!’”
DeSean Jackson’s tour of the NFL free agency market begins today in Ashburn as the recently released wide receiver meets with Washington Redskins officials.