Relive the debut Grant Paulsen alongside Danny Rouhier on 106.7 The Fan.
The Washington Wizards are just two weeks out from tipping off the 2013-14 NBA regular season. With the 3rd overall pick already sidelined with a hip injury and a 117-277 record over the last five seasons, what’s not to be excited about with the Wizards?
Congratulations are in order to 106.7 The Fan midday host Danny Rouhier and his recent bride Megan, after the two ushered their first child into this world we call Earth on Wednesday morning.
106.7 The Fan’s Danny Rouhier is one of the stranger breeds of human to walk this earth, and demonstrated as much at a gathering of co-workers, when he refused to share his fries with a higher-up of CBS Radio. He explained his weird rules on sharing food to the Junkies.
Danny Rouhier has lived many lives prior to his time as a sports talk radio host on 106.7 The Fan. Thanks to a hilarious pic that came across Twitter Thursday, we can now put together the pieces of how this funny man evolved from a serious college baseball player into the man, the myth, the legend he is today.
For the first time since the onslaught of anti-‘Redskins’ chatter began, there seems to be signs the tide is turning against the nickname’s most vocal opposition. The whole conversation reveals a truly conspiratorial effort to trick fans into believing it’s wrong to have a pro-‘Redskins’ opinion.
The stars came out to Arlington Cinema n’ Drafthouse Monday for the red carpet premier of the Junkies new television show, “Table Manners”, which airs Tuesdays at 11 p.m. on CSN Washington. Here’s everything you missed, from smiles to cringes, and beginning to end of the Table Manners premier party.
The new face in the Washington Nationals’ outfield, Denard Span, joined 106.7 The Fan’s Danny Rouhier to discuss how excited he is to line up between Harper and Werth, and what he can bring to the batting order that fans may not expect.
Stephen Strasburg (9-4, 2.82 ERA) joined Holden and Danny on 106.7 The Fan in Washington, D.C. where he addressed the team-imposed season pitch count or lack-thereof, as well as the Nationals growing playoff aspirations and his first appearance as an All-Star in a Nationals uniform.
Recently announced as a fill-in for the 2012 MLB All-Star Game, Bryce Harper joined Holden and Danny Monday to share what it means to him to be named an All-Star at the ripe young age of 19 and address some controversies that have surrounded him in the first half of the season.