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People generally want a morning radio show to make them laugh, give them interesting things to think (and talk) about, and to include some stimulating games. Sadly, The Dom and Jeremy Show does none of that. Kidding! It’s only been Denver’s favorite morning show for more than twenty years for ALL of those reasons!
Fun topics, lots of listener interaction, and the most popular radio contest in the world, The Mindbender. Entire families have grown up listening every weekday morning. You should, too.
Check this out. When Dom became the host of the morning show on Mix 100, Bill Clinton had only been president for a week. That means he’s about to celebrate 25 years of dragging out of bed at an inhuman hour to have fun on the radio. Dom is also a writer, with fifteen published books. He’s written for kids, teens, and adults, and even had a #1 bestseller. Additionally, he’s a much-sought-after speaker, and has given fun, informative keynotes in front of tens of thousands of people. On top of everything else, he makes the best spaghetti sauce in Colorado, and has kept a ficus tree alive for 26 years.
In the late 1950s, Fiat introduced a car known as the Cinquecento, which is only one of the coolest car names ever. Eventually the Cinquecento came to be known as the 500 — which is nowhere near as cool. By the mid-70s the car was discontinued, and that could’ve been the end of it. But…Continue Reading
About ten years ago the folks at Range Rover decided to tweak one of their concept cars and see if it could work as a smaller SUV in the luxury segment. It launched in 2011 and, for the most part, has sold pretty well for its parent company, Tata. The idea is that you’d get…Continue Reading
First things first. Other than being absolutely dazzled by the low, sleek, but fierce exterior of theM850i, something crazy happened the moment I slipped behind the wheel. I was mesmerized, for the first time in my 20-plus years of reviewing cars, by a gear shifter. Yes, the shifter. In this case, I immediately said to…Continue Reading
I need to understand this weird disconnect between minivan reputations and how we actually feel when we drive them. Something doesn’t line up. If that confuses you, it probably means you haven’t driven one. So, as Inigo Montoya said in The Princess Bride, lemme sum up. For years minivans have been the vehicles we love…Continue Reading
Whether we want to admit it or not, we are triggered by names. If they have any perceived negatives, we often find sneaky aways around using them. That means coming up with catchy names that camouflage the original word. Here’s what I’m getting at: Audi must’ve realized that Americans have a bit of a negative…Continue Reading
Relationship experts like to say it’s all about compromise — while other, more snarky folks point out that compromise simply means both sides are unhappy. So I feel for the design crew at BMW when they sat down to pencil the rough plans for the second generation of the X4. The original models debuted in…Continue Reading
Try as I might, I couldn’t stop my brain from defaulting to one particular thought during the week I drove this SUV: It’s a luxury vehicle built to perform near the top of the class in off-road conditions, to the point that it even has a device that measures the depth of the water you’re…Continue Reading
Full disclaimer up front: On our morning radio show, one of our sponsors is a Mazda dealership in the Denver/Boulder area. They have nothing to do with this review, nor did I get the car from them. However, it was through them that I heard about the Mazda 3 picking up all-wheel drive for the…Continue Reading
For years Lexus has built its brand on sophistication, luxury, and comfort, and that’s a pretty nice platform. So while they might have the chops to insist on playing in the sports sedan segment, no matter what kind of oomph they install under the hood they’ll always remain true to their roots. The IS350 wants…Continue Reading
It was January of 1996, and consumers who had longed for an SUV that didn’t take up two parking spaces finally were granted their wish. Toyota unveiled the first compact crossover SUV. They made sure to play off the intended use of the vehicle by naming it the “Recreational Activity Vehicle: 4-Wheel-Drive.” When you crunch…Continue Reading