Chris Simms sat to Craig’s right on Friday, and good thing he did because the final show of the work week was jam-packed with content that might have been difficult for one mere mortal to handle.
During Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” the guys got a visit from “virtual Booms,” which sure thrilled an unsuspecting caller.
The highly regarded Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition is out on the newsstands. Two of the beauties featured in it visited the WFAN studios on Thursday.
Jerry Recco was at his best on Thursday and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie really seemed to enjoy what he witnessed.
With his partner out taking some post-Super Bowl “Boomer time,” Craig had New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie sitting to his left on Thursday.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” focused on Jerry Recco’s ability to work the phones.
The first “Anders Lee Kancer Jam,” will take place on March 18 at Barclays Center following the Islanders’ game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Jerry Recco was back in the saddle on Wednesday morning, and, as usual, he didn’t disappoint.
Boomer and Craig executed a spirited show open on Wednesday, with the Mets and Yankees owning the spotlight.
There was love in the air during Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” as a listener called in to share his thoughts on Craig’s fragrance endeavor, “Chaos by Carton.”
With Jerry Recco out due to his Rutgers men’s basketball responsibilities, Chris Lopresti filled in admirably for the absent “update maven” on Tuesday morning.
Boomer and Craig had a collection of topics to discuss Tuesday morning, but spent a good amount of time the Charles Oakley-James Dolan feud.
Everyone’s favorite holiday is on Tuesday: Valentine’s Day. And who better to share his wisdom and knowledge than our love guru, Al Dukes?
With Monday came a highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” that revolved around cavemen and their ability to communicate.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has inserted himself into the Charles Oakley/Madison Square Garden conflict, comparing the Knicks great’s recent arrest to that of Eric Gardner, “without the choke-hold.”