Wake up weekday mornings to 96.5 TIC to hear Christine Lee with Craig and Company on 96.5 TIC. Christine Lee joined Craig & Company in 1996 where she has been baby sitting Gary Craig and John Elliott ever since! In 2001, Christine took a few years off to start a family with her husband, George and in 2005–4 years and 2 children later–she rejoined the crew. Listen to Christine every morning on Craig and Company from 5:30 to 10am each weekday morning.
Your privacy just got flushed down the toilet.
Cats outnumber humans like you wouldn’t believe.
Watch this bird sing RiRi’s part in Eminem song.
Travel down the road (and back again) to the Rue La Rue Cafe.
How to cook and eat a tarantula just like Angie.
The Taming of the Shoe?
Now you can get Chained to the Style. (Sorry, T-Swift.)
Watch as the students go CRAZY!
How White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer would say your name
You too can utilize her tricky tactics
Jessie’s Girl gets a musical makeover
“Please tell me that’s not your…..” Warning: NSFW!
It’s Valentine’s Day. What better way to get into the mood than to curl up on the couch, pour yourself a glass of wine and watch a sappy movie?!
Holy crap, there are some things that still shock me as parent. Like today, when I picked my son up from school in 34 degree weather with massive quantities of snow on the ground, I […]
Forget classy, give me CRAZY!
…but we LOVE our OWN.
Screw the dishes, here’s 11 things you must do today!
Check out the fun and quirky styles including a pump named after Hillary Clinton!
Hmmm, the timing seems suspicious….
GQ proves the clothes really do make the man.
Watch what Oprah calls the most amazing and out-of-body experiences she’s ever had in her life.
Sundays are for football—and Babrie!
Sights and sounds from the Women’s March on Washington.
Gee that sounds familiar.
George Michael was such a pop visionary that he was part of “Carpool Karaoke” before it was even a thing.
Is it Bill or is it his twin?
My new favorite dog, thanks to Lady Gaga.
Celebrate by watching these memorable moments.
Read the letter I left him this morning–the healing starts at home.