Rex Howard

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Voice Over Workshop…..

Youtheatre is working hard at their Performing Arts Camp to perform “Rapunzel” this weekend! Performances are 7 p.m. Friday, July 11 and 4 p.m. Saturday, July 12 at First Presbyterian Church. Tickets are available at the Arts Partnership box office between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. this week – $5/adults and $3/Children! I got to do a 2 hour voice over work shop during camp week. It was a lot of fun with a room full of talented young people.

Zac Brown loves Fenway Park

The Doobie Brothers surprised fans in Boston over the weekend when they took the stage at the Zac Brown Band concert to perform their 1974 hit song “Black Water.” Rolling Stone reports that the two groups shared the stage at the Friday night show, where they delivered a pitch-perfect, tag-teamed rendition of the song featuring vocals from Doobie Brothers co-founders Patrick Simmons and Tom Johnston. This wasn’t the first time the two acts joined forces — the Doobie Brothers announced earlier this year that they will release an album of country duets that will feature guests including the Zac Brown […]

The World’s Top Ten Landmarks…

Landmarks Taveling this summer? Check out the Top Ten World and U.S. landmarks.

14 Reasons You’re Tired All the Time (Besides Getting No Sleep)

Lack of sleep isn’t the only bad habit that can make someone feel tired all the time. Here are several more common habits that contribute to feeling constantly sapped, according to TIME (check the link for the full list): Skipping exercising when you’re tired. Not drinking enough water. Not consuming enough iron. Skipping breakfast. Eating too much junk food. Keeping a cluttered desk or office. Working through vacations. Drinking a glass or two of wine before bed. Checking e-mails at bedtime. Relying on caffeine to get through the day.

Summertime snooze…

Nothing like a snooze in a hammock….unless someone beats you to it.

25 Words that have a totally different meaning in Texas….

Everything’s bigger in Texas means what it means, but it also signals the Lone Star State’s preference for doing everything a little differently than the other 49 states. To that end, Buzzfeed has put together a list of 25 words that mean something entirely different in Texas. Here are 10 highlights (click the link for the full list): Summer. What it means everywhere else: A time for vacation, road trips, and fun in the sun. What in means in Texas: Hell on Earth where the temperatures rarely dip below 100 degrees. Winter. What it means everywhere else: The colder months […]

About Me:

Where did you grow up?  I grew up on a small farm just south of Rawson.

Do you have any siblings?  I have twin brothers that are four years younger than me.

When did you know you wanted to be on the radio?  I knew in the 8th grade. Mike McKitrick who at the time was the morning man on WFIN came to my English class to talk about a career in radio.

Do you have any nick names?  My nickname in high school was “Red”  My hair used to be red… when I had hair.

What is your favorite sport?  Football at all levels

Favorite food?  BBQ and Chinese

Favorite car?  1998 Mustang GT Convertible

Favorite Findlay food?   Fern Cafe Meatloaf sandwich

Favorite Country Artist?  George Strait, the coolest of the cool.