Los Angeles had a little something extra to celebrate on the Fourth of July. As for the Knicks, their fireworks turned out to be just a bunch of duds.
While Sunday marks the station’s 25th anniversary, Friday on the FAN was must-listen-to radio.
In the final portion of the 25th anniversary show, Mike Francesa featured the regulars of today’s current WFAN, along with some other very special guests.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the revolutionary station, WFAN has been invited to the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday at 4:00 p.m. to ring the closing bell.
My dreams came true on July 1, 1987. And I had no idea it happened.
We asked long-time WFAN personalities who their favorite personalities of the last 25 years were.
Here’s the response from Steve Somers.
I’m honored to have been the first woman to host a show on the station, which I enjoyed doing every weekend from that first show on July 4th weekend of 1987 to 2008 — 21 years!
Well, on Saturday and Sunday, Terry Collins was more like Tom Collins. On the rocks.
Mets vs. Yankees. Sunday night. R.A. Dickey vs. CC Sabathia. Oh boy, what a matchup.
OK, it wasn’t just a great game. It was a one-hit wonder, which really could have gone down as another Mets no-no.
Apparently they’re better indoors than outside.
The weekend at Bernie’s wasn’t very much fun for the Mets.
When the Kings scored to tie Game 4 right after New Jersey took their first lead of the series — that’s right, the series — Steve started to get down in the dumps.
It has become an annual rite of spring-slash-summer. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld and WFAN host Steve Somers, talking Mets baseball. Only there was something different about this year’s chat.
The King (Henrik) is dead. Long live the Kings.