Ladd cares and it shows." In 1974, he started hosting "The Every Other Sunday Stereo Special," an interview show described by Jim as "a cross between for a brief time in 1985, going to KLOS for a Saturday night show, which he left on September 26, 1986.He returned to "the Mighty Met" and was there when the plug was pulled on February 6, 1987.Art worked evenings at HOT 92.3 and received the 2010 LARadio Lifetime Achievement Award.In late 2012 he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame., Art: KGFJ, 1952; KFWB, 1954-55; KXLA, 1955; KPOP, 1955-59; KDAY, 1960-61; KPPC, 19-73; XPRS, 1970-71; KRTH, 1970-75; KRLA, 1975-79; KFI, 1983-84; KRLA, 1985-98; KCMG/KHHT, 1998-2015' KDAY, 2015-17.Art owns the very successful album series and a number of radio stations in Tucson and Fresno.This property was built in 1924 and last sold on October 23, 2015 for 0,000.Nearby schools include Loving Care Academy, Our Lady Of Lourdes School and New Life Alternatives Christian Academy.
Koch, Jr., optioned his book to be made into a movie for Paramount Pictures.Jim was let go from KLSX when the station changed from "classic rock" to "Real Radio" Talk format in the summer of 1995.On his departure he told Gary Lycan of the OC Register: "The problem is not KLSX but radio in general. This decision was made 3,000 miles away, and all radio is like that.He's currently running the LPFM, KBUU-Malibu.: KKBT, 1999-2002. In Atlanta, Vazquez worked as a programming assistant at WHTA radio.Alani "La La" Vasquez Anthony joined The Beat for middays on August 30, 1999, from Atlanta and left in the spring of 2002. While a student at Redan High School, she received her first big break with her debut in a radio show, alongside Ludacris, called Future Flavas.
Nearby restaurants include Overbrook Pizza, Mediterra Grill and Cedar Park Cafe.