Waking up to the Buzz Adams Morning Show is a little like waking up in your favorite bar, without the accompanying hangover or discovery of the penis drawn on your face while you were passed out. Whether it’s weird news, sports, movies, TV, politics, or pop culture, Buzz, Lisa, Joanna and Nico will make your snooze button obsolete with their takes and smart-assery on whatever subject they’re tackling. The wit, wisdom, warmth and slight perversion spewing forth from the Buzz Adams studio is no longer confined to El Paso and the KLAQ airwaves, but has infiltrated other great Texas rock stations. The Buzz Adams Morning Show airs from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. on KLAQ in El Paso; 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on KEYJ in Abilene and on KNRX in San Angelo.
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El Paso Museum of Art Presents Luces y Sombras: Images of Mexico
The City’s El Paso Museum of Art invites the public to visit the new exhibition, Luces y Sombras: Images of Mexico, opening Thursday, April 7.
Valentines Day Making You Think Of Tying The Knot? Go To These Places
Around this time of year, people start to think of wedding bells and engagement rings. Well, a new study says El Paso is the perfect place to do it
“Search” for Most Frustrating El Paso Intersection: Festival/Mesa Revisited
A few weeks ago Nico posted an article about the sheer frustration and madness caused by the traffic/construction/drivers at the intersection of Festival Street and Mesa.
Legendary El Paso Actor Expands Role In Apple TV’s ‘Mythic Quest’
Legendary, academy award-winning actor from El Paso, F. Murray Abraham, gets his role expanded in the newest season of "Mythic Quest" created by Rob McElhenney.
Man Wins Debate by Asking Candidates to Say One Nice Thing About The Other
Who won the second 2016 presidential debate? A total rando named Karl Becker.