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What has the Mix Morning Show been sharing lately? Click on the dates below for all the details, links, and contact information you are looking for.

Lots of fun things to do this weekend. Click HERE for the Events Calendar!

Our friend Brian Mason is retiring. He has been hosting The Brian Mason Show for more than 30 years. We sure will miss him. He will have some very special guests visiting with him over the next few weeks including Gary Chapman  and Point of Grace. Make sure you hear his wonderful Christian music show this Sunday morning from 6:00 - 10:00 a.m.

We are under an Air Quality Alert again today. If you or your loved ones have asthma or other breathing difficulties, it's important to limit outdoor activities.

What is the one food that toddlers will always eat? Most Mix listeners agree it's french fries. Maybe not the healthiest food, but do you know of any food that works better? Let us know!

Wanna Win Tickets to see Britney Spears? We will be giving away a pair of tickets every weekday morning this week at 7:45 Game Time with the Mix Morning Show!

Tickets go on sale Saturday morning at 10:00 am. thru or by calling 1-800-745-3000. Tickets start at $29.50 and go as high as $350.

Click here for more information.

Can your kids go all summer without Video Games? Mix 92.9 is putting together a list of summer activities for kids. Check back HERE all summer long for more great ideas. Have some you want to share? What did you do when you were a kid? CLICK HERE.

How about a Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest? New Ideas Every Week! Plenty of activities for kids of all ages!

Want to audition for the Bachelor? SATURDAY is your date! Details HERE.   A rare tornado hit downtown Springfield, Massachusetts yesterday. See it HERE.

The World Health Organization is now saying that cell phones can cause brain tumors. That has been a rumor for a while but now that the WHO is on board, does that concern you? Would you give up your cell phone?

Smoking is still technically legal, but legislators are making it as difficult as possible. Beginning this week, smoking is not allowed in outdoor public spaces around New York City, including beaches, parks and plazas. That means Central Park, Yankee Stadium, the Coney Island boardwalk and so on -- or everywhere else! The ban is designed to help curb exposure to secondhand smoke as well as reduce litter.  Cigarette butts account for 75% of the litter found on New York City beaches, according to a news release from the New York Mayor's office.

25 Years Ago Today! HANDS ACROSS AMERICA united more than 6.5 Million people who held hands coast to coast to raise awareness about hunger and homelessness. It was organized by USA for Africa. Just shows what you can do when you work together!