TWITTER: @BISHOPONAIR YOUTUBE: /BISHOPONAIR FB: /BISHOPONAIR Bishop writes The Music Minute blog each weekday and heard during The Free Beer and Hot Wings Morning Show. You can also catch Bishop rocking your face off Saturday evenings from 7 to midnight.
I’ll admit, I thought I could possibly squeak by not being tagged in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money and awareness for the debilitating condition. My nephew Gabe got tagged, then there was Congressman Rodney
Free Beer, Zane and Joe from The Free Beer and Hot Wings morning show were in town this weekend. As always, it was a blast. And, it generated some great GIFs, those moving pics outside of Youtube
Hot dogs, baseball, beer and fireworks … oh, the wonderful holiday of Independence Day every July 4th. I hope that amid the enjoyment of this wonderful day you take the time to do a quick overview of
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I got the coveted penny! I ran 13.1 miles Saturday for the Lincoln Presidential Half Marathon! Even though I wasn’t nearly the “winner” of the race or of my class, I feel as if I have accomplished
Training for the Lincoln Presidential Half Marathon is almost done. I’ve got one, ten-minute run. This entire process has been really exhilarating! I’m here in between shifts and thinking about how amazing it’s going to be tomorrow,
I just finished up a 3-mile run. The first mile was great! Probably the fastest mile ever, at least for me! But I definitely felt a bit of a lag into my second and third mile …
Can I just say “wow” … I can’t believe that the Lincoln Presidential Half Marathon is this Saturday. It’s been a long process and you can read all about my transformation at this link. Here are a
Wow … less that a month left before the Lincoln Presidential Half-Marathon. Sunday, I ran 10 miles in the rain … in the cold, cold rain. You know, it’s a form of meditation like none other. Jogging
I’m sitting here, getting ready to run 5 miles. A couple of Sunday’s ago, I was looking at 9 miles! This Sunday (with a rainy forecast) I have to do 10 miles. “Then it’s up to 11