It’s your Buddy Russ! I now present to you my life summed up in a website bio. Proudly born and raised in SWLA, I graduated from Barbe High School in 2001. Go Bucs! I did try college a few times - five times, to be exact. I just tell everyone I have a well-rounded education. I became a DJ in middle school in order to get into the school dances for free. Fast forward a few years, and you’ll realize my employment record has a much A.D.D. as my actual personality. I’ve worked at Putt Putt, as a mechanic, a tow truck driver assistant, a bartender, a waiter, an Entertainment Manager at a local casino resort, and even a tire salesman. Guess all that was missing was to be a radio DJ! My passion for radio started at ten years old, and I am living out my childhood dream each and every day. I am the VP of the Seven Slot Society of SWLA and love helping others in need around the community. Come join me Monday through Friday 3:00pm-7:00pm and experience just how random things can get. We will talk music, food, have a few laughs, and probably talk about more food!
Secret Message Left On Top of the Old Harrah’s Garage
It might sound like a cliché, but sometimes the ugliest things have a beautiful side.
Everything You Need to Know About the SWLA Hot Air Balloon Fest
The inaugural SWLA Hot Air Balloon Festival is July 19 and 20 and we have everything you need to know about it in one spot!
Robots Are Taking Over W.W. Lewis Middle School
I will also be the MC for it (I think they just couldn't find anyone else to do it), so let's hope the bots don't decide to have an uprising while I'm there!
The Building on Prien Lake Rd We Have Never Seen Inside, Till Now
The architectural design on the outside, and apparent "Holy 80s" on the inside, makes me want to call the bank for a loan right now.
Man Arrested for a Different Kind of Car Jacking
Well, okay then!
511la.org Updates Site With More I-10/I-210 Traffic Cameras
With recent road construction and heavy amounts of traffic, 511la.org has added cameras at numerous areas along I-10 and 2-10 to allow travelers a birds-eye view of the condition of traffic.