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Ashley and Brad bring upbeat fun and laughs, and the best in pop culture to you every week day. The show features funny bits, trivia, and popular guest interviews, along with humorous conversation, and the latest in entertainment and music news.

Ashley and Brad both have children. Ashley has two girls, and Brad is married and has two boys. Both are pet lovers, and own dogs. Together Ashley & Brad deliver laughs and entertainment, while sharing their life with you!

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Ashley and Brad bring upbeat fun and laughs, and the best in pop culture to you every week day. The show features funny bits, trivia, and popular guest interviews, along with humorous conversation, and the latest in entertainment and music news.

Ashley and Brad both have children. Ashley has two girls, and Brad is married and has two boys. Both are pet lovers, and own dogs. Together Ashley & Brad deliver laughs and entertainment, while sharing their life with you!

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-24

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-24

    news
    birthdays/events
    what is 'car compatibility'?
    word of the day
    news
    would you take an air taxi?
    how good are you with money? study says women are better with money
    game: celebrity birthday quiz
    news
    how do you define "snob"?
    best driving tunes
    game: finish this lyric
    news
    game: one minute mysteries
    coziest small towns...really small!
    goodbye/fun facts....National Asparagus Day. This versatile vegetable can be pan-seared, fried, baked, or grilled, and it is full of nutrients.  the word asaparagus comes from the Persian word ‘asparag,’ which meant a shoot or sprout. and the term ‘sparagus’ was used by peasants meaining ‘sparrow grass.’ Asparagus production in the United States is concentrated between three states: California, Michigan, and Washington, and it is best in the spring, making it the perfect cookout veggie. Asparagus can take three years to go from seed to harvest, but the plants will produce spears for decades, making it a great crop. You’ll find everything and anything you ever wanted to know about asparagus at the European Asparagus Museum in Bavaria, Germany.

    • 40 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-23

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-23

    news
    birthdays/events
    should emojis come with definitions?
    word of the day
    news
    if dogs/cats are too much work...get this as a pet
    game:  jeopardy?
    george carlin was right...we have too much stuff!
    news
    have you ever snuck in somewhere without paying?
    game: guess who the celebrity is?
    do you have "projects around the house" when you need a break?
    news
    is it worse to call in sick to work when you're healthy or show up when you're actually sick?
    game: speakout
    goodbye/fun facts....national lucky penny day...many years ago, a penny used to actually buy things. The United States first issued a one-cent coin produced by a private mint in 1787. Benjamin Franklin designed it. On one side, it read “Mind Your Business” and the other “We Are One.” This coin was made of 100% copper and was larger than today’s penny. but today the metal value and cost of minting pennies exceed their face value. National Lucky Penny Day is a good way to introduce children to charity. Encourage them to donate the pennies they find to an organization of their choice.

    • 38 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-22

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-22

    news
    birthdays/events
    top/favorite cult films...is yours on this list?
    word of the day
    news
    you may have heard of 'super-tasters'...but have you heard about 'super-recognizers'
    game: Mind the Gap 1
    game: MInd the Gap 2
    news
    would you try 'insect protein' if it was incorporated into your food?
    do you enjoy factory tours?  line 'em up this summer!
    do you use cash or credit as your default...what if you don't have any cash?
    news
    hollywood wants us all to see 3-4 movies a year so they can recoup their losses...are you in?
    game: mr. rogers trivia
    goodbye/fun facts....national safe boating week. boating is a stress reliever known to provide a recreational and rejuvenating experience. It’s like a mini-vacation that helps reset your brain! over 18 million americans own boats...and many people take their boats out starting memorial day weekend. though boating is a fun activity, there are a numerous potential dangers attached to it. the U.S. Coast Guard says annually there are over 4,000 boating accidents. The purpose of this week is to spread the message of safe and responsible boating for people of all ages.

    • 37 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-21

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-21

    news
    birthdays/events
    do you reserve your "good manners" for dining out?
    word of the day
    news
    game: mr. t trivia
    how long should it take to get a refund?
    living in a lighthouse (no property taxes by the way)
    news
    game: mindtrap
    hurtful things your toddler/kids said to you....accidentally
    memorial day honors
    news
    game:  everybody knows
    would you rather have/watch (1) 3 minute commercial or (6) 30 second commercials?
    goodbye/fun facts....National Strawberries and Cream Day. Fresh strawberries and homemade whipped cream....They are the perfect, refreshing, light snack on a beautifully warm day! Strawberries have been traced back to the Roman Empire. Ancient Romans believed this fruit alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, inflammation, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, and bad breath...by the 1500's the fruit was also a symbol of wealth and luxury in Victorian England. As they were a perishable food, strawberries were only available in season. by 1877... 200 spectators at Wimbledon court are offered strawberries and cream.  strawberries and cream are no longer reserved for britain's elite...strawberries are now grown year round...but today is all about a great no bake summer treat

    • 37 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-20

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-20

    news
    birthdays/events
    scientists have developed a 'sarcasm detector'...
    word of the day
    news
    are you an "everything's fine" person..or do you really tell people how you're feeling?
    game: quiz
    game: feud
    news
    what are your favorite "american food/drink combos"
    when you see a loose animal...do you stop and try to help?
    brick and mortar seems to be going away...what's your suggestion for shopping
    news
    game: calendar trivia
    best amusement parks in the u.s.
    goodbye/fun facts....Quiche Lorraine Day. This dish has humble beginnings in Medieval Europe specifically in the rural Lorraine region of France. While it's considered a French dish, it developed during a time when the Lorraine Region was under German rule. Even the word Quiche comes from the German word kuchen, meaning cake. The original Quiche Lorraine was made with an open pie using a bottom crust with a filling of custard and smoked bacon. A cast-iron skillet was used to cook the original Quiche.  true quiche lorraine is made with eggs, heavy cream, bacon, Swiss cheese and a flaky crust. quiche itself rose in popularity in the 1970s and 1980s. Due to its versatility, it became a popular brunch item....and if you don't like or can't eat the crust...then you can make it without and just call it a fritatta lorraine

    • 35 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-17

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2024-5-17

    news
    birthdays/events Demitri!
    how tough is the first year of parenting?  pretty tough!!!
    word of the day
    news
    what "cleaning category" do you put yourself in?
    would like a video portal locally that connects to another city's video portal?  
    game: nascar facts
    news
    what not to do if you find someone else's lost cc
    would you rather go to a summer fantasy camp or a traditional summer camp?
    game: songs that were in movies
    news
    game: movie password
    if you could ask your future self one question...what would it be?
    goodbye/fun facts....national walnut day...They may not be as popular as almonds or peanuts, but walnuts are great for your heart, your brain, and your bones; you can incorporate them into any meal; and they’ve literally been around for almost 10,000 years. The first historical account of walnut cultivation dates back to Babylon. in the 1800's European walnuts are shipped from England to North America where it becomes a popular tree. and they're more than just food: Ink still made today from walnut husks is said to have been used by Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt for writing and drawing; shells are crushed for use as landscape mulch; and the abrasive quality of ground walnut shells also makes them useful in cleaning products.

    • 42 min

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