Diane Lyn

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FAIRFAX, CA - FEBRUARY 06: In this photo illustration, Monopoly game pieces are displayed on February 6, 2013 in Fairfax, California. Toy maker Hasbro, Inc. announced today that fans of the board game Monopoly voted in an online contest to eliminate the iron playing figure and replace it with a cat figure. The cat game piece received 31 percent of the online votes to beat out four other contenders, a robot, diamond ring, helicopter and guitar.

The New Monopoly Pieces Were Just Announced

People were polled in January, from 146 countries. Fans picked from more than 64 potential tokens, including a bunny slipper, a television and a number of emojis. Here are the new pieces..

Today’s 101.9–03/17/2017

WARRINGSTON, NORTHERN IRELAND - MARCH 17: The last pot of shamrocks is seen at Cecil Geddis nursey on March 17, 2005 Warringston, Lurgan, Northern Ireland. The term "shamrock" derives from the Irish word, seamrog, which translates to "little clover."

St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock: The Legend And Ritual

The history of the clover and a crazy ritual called “drowning the shamrock”…

Today’s 101.9–03/17/2017

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 10: Cannolis sit on a tray during the eighth annual Little Italy Cannoli Eating Competition on September 10, 2009 in New York City. The competition is coinciding with the 82nd annual Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy. "Crazy Legs" Conti won the contest by devouring 20.5 cannolis in six minutes.

Vaccaro’s Offering 61 Cent Cannolis For Their 61st Anniversary

The Little Italy shop at 222 Albemarle St. will offer its regular large cannoli for 61 cents, with a limit of two per customer. Regular cannolis are usually $4.95 a piece.

Today’s 101.9–03/16/2017

St. Patrick’s Day: Guinness Facts And How To Pour The Beer

Most Guinness is consumed on St. Patrick’s Day…about 3 million pints of Guinness!

Today’s 101.9–03/16/2017

Julius Caesar, Beware The Ides Of March And 9 More Reasons

Remember in school reading about the “Ides Of March”.The Assassination of Julius Caesar, 44 B.C. was the most remembered. So what else happened on this day.

Today’s 101.9–03/15/2017

A reveller with shamrocks painted on her face attends St Patrick's Day festivities in Dublin on March 17, 2013. More than 100 parades are being held across Ireland to mark St Patrick's Day, the feast day of the patron saint of Ireland, with up to 650,000 spectators expected to attend the parade in Dublin. Ireland has high hopes that the festivities will bring a much-needed boost to the economy. AFP PHOTO/ PETER MUHLY (Photo credit should read PETER MUHLY/AFP/Getty Images)

St. Patrick’s Trivia About Baltimore

See how well you know Baltimore’s Irish traditions and trivia.  Here’s the first question: Which Baltimore community is named for an Irish town?<!–

Today’s 101.9–03/15/2017

Snow Ice Cream Recipe

This is a fun activity for the kids while you are snowed in, make snow ice cream! Here’s the recipe…

Today’s 101.9–03/14/2017

How Your Body Adjusts To Daylight Savings Time

Yes, it’s that time of year, when we lose an hour of sleep for the clock change. Daylight Savings Time happens at 2 a.m. Sunday. So how many “days” does it take to adjust?

Today’s 101.9–03/10/2017

IHOP Celebrating National Pancake Day With Free Food!

When you visit your local IHOP for National Pancake Day at IHOP, you’ll get a free short stack (3) of their famous buttermilk pancakes.

Today’s 101.9–03/07/2017

Arrives at the premiere of Paramount Insurge's "Katy Perry: Part Of Me" held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on June 26, 2012 in Hollywood, California.

How To Celebrate National Dress Day

Today is National Dress Day! Got a favorite to show off today? Here’s an idea on how to observe…

Today’s 101.9–03/06/2017

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