WIKY Morning Show Re-Cap Sept. 8th

**A major concert announcement this morning at 7:20 – WIKY welcomes Jim Brickman for a return engagement to Evansville!  Jim’s A Christmas Celebration will be at the Victory Theater December 10.  It’s a musical celebration and a great family tradition for many around the Tri-state every year.  Tickets go on sale for the general public tomorrow (9/9) but you can be the first to purchase tickets by going to wiky.com and click on the Jim Brinkman link.  Be sure to enter the special code RADIO.  We’ll have ticket giveaways coming soon, too!  Merry Christmas from the WIKY Morning Show!

**100 Men Cook for 100 Women, a fund raiser sponsored by Old National Bank and WIKY is coming to the Centre Saturday evening to benefit the 100th anniversary of Evansville YWCA.  100 local guys will get together Saturday and present 100 different dishes that you can spend the evening sampling.  Adult beverages will also be served so you have to be 21 or over.  Tickets are $100; corporate tables are still available at $800.  Details

http://oldnational.com/about-us/community-partnership/old-national-in-the-community/100-men-who-cook/100-men-who-cook-evansville.asp

 

**The Women’s Hospital is having their 10th birthday and is throwing a party to celebrate!  It’s at the Vanderburgh County/4H Fairgrounds Saturday, September 10, 1 – 7 and it’s all FREE!  Inflatables, game, prizes, pony rides, kiddie tractor pulls, classic car cruise and a putting challenge where you could putt your way to &10,000!

 

On the kiddie tractor pulls, a big thanks to Charlie English and his Facebook page

http://facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.469756768831.275475.730923831&type=1#!/pages/Play-N-Hooky-Pedal-Tractor-Pulling-LLC/125467327479053

 

Details for The Women’s Hospital Tenth Anniversary party at 812-842-4652 or

http://deaconess.com/body.cfm?id=794&action=detail&ref=9655

 

**We had a case before Love Court today.  Here’s the letter –

Dear DJB and Diane,

 A few friends and I went camping with my new girlfriend over the Labor Day weekend.  I've only been going out with my girlfriend a few weeks, so the camping trip was a great opportunity for us to "get away from it all." 

 As soon as we got to the campsite my girlfriend opened her bag and whipped out an iPad.  She brought her iPhone too. 

 We obviously didn't have WiFi at the campsite, so I thought it was weird that she brought electronics. 

 Is it unusual to bring an iPad camping?  Shouldn't my girlfriend want to spend time with me on a trip instead of her electronics?  I'm a little worried that this means she's high maintenance. 

 The jury (WIKY Morning Show listeners) weighed in with their opinion which was overwhelmingly on the side of the woman.  Most said that plenty of people take their electronics with them as habit.  Others said maybe she wanted to read a book and had it on her iPad.  The verdict?  Cut the girl some slack, man, ‘cause now it sounds like YOU’RE high maintenance!  

Got a love dilemma?  Drop us an email djb@wiky.com or diane@wiky.com.  You’ll always remain anonymous. 

**And in the Culture Quiz, brought to you by Subway – It’s the least happy profession, what?  Gas station attendant!

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