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Waking Up The Same Time Every Night Could Really Mean Something

Waking up at a certain time of night is actually a signal from your body about something going on inside.

Today’s 101.9–02/22/2017

Murchison (L), a baby Rothschild giraffe, receives attention from another giraffe as he ventures out of the Giraffe House at Chester Zoo in Chester, north-west England, on January 19, 2017 for the first time. Despite the best efforts of the keepers the calf has been reluctant to step into the outdoors until today. The zoo celebrated the birth of a rare Rothschild's giraffe calf, whose number has dwindled to fewer than 1,600 in its native Kenya and Uganda on Boxing Day last year. / AFP / Paul ELLIS

Help Name The New Baby Giraffe At The Maryland Zoo

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced the birth of a female giraffe calf!

Today’s 101.9–02/21/2017

KEYSTONE, SD - OCTOBER 01: Mount Rushmore National Memorial towers over the South Dakota landscape on October 1, 2013 near Keystone, South Dakota. Mount Rushmore and all other national parks were closed today after congress failed to pass a temporary funding bill, forcing about 800,000 federal workers off the job. A bulletin issued by the Department of Interior states, "Effective immediately upon a lapse in appropriations, the National Park Service will take all necessary steps to close and secure national park facilities and grounds in order to suspend all activities ...Day use visitors will be instructed to leave the park immediately..." (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

President’s Day: Crazy Trivia About Presidents

On this President’s Day, little known, weird facts about our Presidents. Did you know:

Today’s 101.9–02/17/2017

Valentine’s Day Legend

I was wondering if you have ever heard of this legend? It says, that young girls believe they could tell what type of man they would marry depending on….

Today’s 101.9–02/14/2017

Busting Those Valentine’s Day Myths

So, flowers should come from your significant other, ah..not. Read on to see if you are Valentine’s Day savvy…

Today’s 101.9–02/13/2017

Bride Veronica Vizcaino and groom Gustavo Espinal pose with their wedding party on the 86th Floor Observatory of the Empire State Building on February 14, 2014 in New York. Couples are able to marry at the Empire State Building only on Valentine's Day. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA

What Happens On Valentine’s Day At The Empire State Building

Why is the Empire State Building so romantic?

Today’s 101.9–02/10/2017

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 11: Bunches of roses are displayed on a flower stall in New Covent Garden Flower Market on February 11, 2009 in London, England. New Covent Garden Flower Market is London's premier wholesale market, stocking the widest range of flowers, plants and foliage in the UK. British people spend around 50 million GBP on flowers and plants for Valentines, 99% of which is spent on flowers, with an estimated 9 million roses given. The week running up to St Valentines day is one of the busiest times of the year.

Is Baltimore A Bad City For Valentine’s Day?

They are many romantic spots in Baltimore like Mt. Vernon, Little Italy, Inner Harbor, etc. but according to national research, Charm City is not so charming for your Valentine’s Day.

Today’s 101.9–02/08/2017

Super Bowl Facts You May Not Know

USA Today gave us some pretty fascinating facts about the Big Game, here is a partial list…

Today’s 101.9–02/01/2017

Fun With Former Raven Todd Heap At Cricket Wireless

Thanks for coming out Saturday to Cricket Wireless Rosedale! It was great seeing you. Here are some pics from the event and there is a photo gallery on this website here:http://todays1019.cbslocal.com/photo-galleries/2017/01/29/todd-heap-and-diane-lyn-at-cricket-wireless/ to see more!

Today’s 101.9–01/29/2017

Picture of the clock of the Bolivian Congress in La Paz, taken on June 25, 2014 which was altered to run counterclockwise, in homage to the people of the southern hemisphere. The new bronze clock replaces a traditional time piece with Roman numerals on the legislative building in the heart of La Paz, which was first inaugurated in 1905. News of the backwards clock prompted a demand for explanations from opposition lawmakers in congress -- whose majority is held by the socialist party of President Evo Morales, an indigenous Aymara and a leader of Latin America's hard left. Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca, also an Aymara, told the ABI press agency that the new clock aimed to show "it was time to recover our identity." AFP

Today Is National Opposite Day

Ways to celebrate according to Vox Magazine and see the SpongeBob Squarepants clip honoring this special day….

Today’s 101.9–01/25/2017

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