Valerie Knight

The Breakfast Club airs weekday mornings from 5:30–9:00. Join Ross Brittain, Valerie Knight, Frank Lewis and Bill Zimpfer for great music and lots of laughs.

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Show Biz Buzz: In Touch Is Out Of Touch

There’s a petition going around demanding ‘In Touch’ magazine apologize for its outrageous new Bruce Jenner cover.


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Show Biz Buzz Extra: Is The Truth Still Out There?

Hey “X Files” fans! David Duchovny says he’s ready to slip back into character as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder for a reprisal of “The X-Files” in a limited run.


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Show Biz Buzz: American Sniper Picks Off The Competition

“American Sniper” is the movie to beat. After earning $90.2 million in its debut weekend.


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Show Biz Buzz Extra: Mick Jagger Remembers Former Flame

Rolling Stone Mick Jagger has established a scholarship in honor of his late girlfriend, fashion designer L’Wren Scott.


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Show Biz Buzz: Oscar Hits And Misses

The Oscar nominations are out, and social media and everyone else are buzzing about this year’s snubs.


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Show Biz Buzz Extra: And The Award Goes To…

While the Oscars are getting picked apart for their snubs of many, the Critics Choice Awards were handed out last night in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Palladium, and and televised on A&E.


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Show Biz Buzz: Is Rick Springfield Dangerous?

Eighties pop star Rick Springfield doesn’t remember bashing a woman with his butt at an upstate concert in 2004.


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Show Biz Buzz Extra: Bradley Cooper’s New Look

There’s been lots of buzz about Bradley Cooper’s impressive physical transformation into legendary sharpshooter Chris Kyle in “American Sniper.”


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Show Biz Buzz: Who Is That Guy?

A referee at the College Football National Championship game Monday night sure looked familiar to a lot of people watching!



Show Biz Buzz Extra: Woody Allen Headed To The Small Screen

Amazon Studios has signed Woody Allen to write and direct his first television series.




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