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Sarah Pepper Reunites With Lauren Kelly For New Radio Show

Sarah Pepper Reunites With Lauren Kelly For New Radio Show
Geoff Sheen, Sarah Pepper and Lauren Kelly

Sarah Pepper, Lauren Kelly, And Geoff Sheen Team Up For New MIX 96.5FM Morning Show

(HOUSTON) — CBS Radio announced today the long awaited return of Sarah Pepper to the Houston radio airwaves. Pepper will join gal pal Lauren Kelly on a newly created morning show on sister station Mix 96.5FM.

Mix 96.5 will launch The Morning Mix with Sarah Pepper, Geoff Sheen and Lauren Kelly on Monday, April 10. The weekday morning show will air from 5:30 AM – 10:00 AM.

“After working every shift in the building, I am ecstatic to join Sarah Pepper and Geoff Sheen,” Lauren Kelly tells About News. “I’ve known Sarah for almost a decade, and she is one of the funniest and most genuinely hard working people I know. Geoff was the perfect piece to complete our puzzle, and we couldn’t me more excited!”

Pepper has been off Houston radio since the ‘surprise’ changes in format at HOT 95.7FM now the popular ‘SPOT’. This morning’s announcement is a welcome to all Houston radio listeners.

We are excited and ready to laugh along with Houston and start your mornings with a smile. Sarah Pepper told About News. “Houston has been so amazing to me over the past nine years and to be able to continue my career along with Geoff and Lauren Kelly is going to be so much fun. Geoff brings a wealth of experience and I look forward to working with him and learning from him,” said Pepper. Geoff Sheen joins the team from San Antonio’s KTKR.

The show can be heard on-air, online at www.mix965houston.com or via the Radio.com mobile app.

CBS RADIO Houston owns and operates MIX 96.5 (KHMX-FM), CBS Sports Radio 650 (KIKK-AM), SportsRadio 610 (KILT-AM), 100.3 The Bull (KILT-FM), 95.7 The Spot (KKHH-FM) and MEGA 101 (KLOL-FM).

10 BBQ Cook Off Tips For The Gays In Texas!

10 Fun Things For The Gays To Know For The Houston BBQ Cook-Off This Weekend!

HOUSTONMARCH 2 —As every Houstonian that owns a television or any kind of social media knows, rodeo season is upon us. The trail rides are rolling into Houston’s Memorial Park and a temporary tent city has been built in the parking lot of NRG stadium. Welcome to Houston, home of the world’s largest barbecue cook-off hosted by The Houston livestock show and rodeo.

But if you’ve never been to World Champion Barbecue Cook-off there are a couple of things you need to be aware of. Since that ‘gay cowboy’ movie certain phrases shouldn’t be said. “I’m gonna pump you full of lead,” is an absolute no. “You stay here while I sneak around from behind,” is also one to stay clear of. But most of all “saddle sore,” shouldn’t be spoken.

We’ve compiled a list of ten things you were going to see this weekend. Lets mount up and get our boots on!

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Rodeo Season
A Time For The Gays To Put
On Their 'Cowboy' Costumes

10

Port-A-Pot
Village

9.

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Cardio Girl!
All The Walking!

8.

There Is No Parking!
Take Uber!

7.

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Yassssss!
Drunk Cowgirls.

6.

Rodeo King!
And Bar Queen!!!

5.

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Makes You Hungry !
Aromas Cologne!

4.

The Bull Is Not Your
FRIEND!!!!

3.

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Bottomless
Does Not Mean
Bottomless

2.

The Pig Races
Are Not A
Fetish

#1.

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LGBT Protesters To Hold Dance Party Outside Texas Governor’s Mansion

Forget Oilcan Harry’s, Richs, South Beach or any other bar or club. The hottest LGBT dance party probably won’t be in one of those spaces. Instead it will be outside Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s mansion window.

HOUSTONFEB 21 —Hundreds of people have expressed interest and have signed up to protest outside the Texas governor’s mansion on Thursday in Austin against bills that threaten the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

As of Tuesday afternoon nearly 800 supporters have RSVP’d on Facebook to attend the dance party from 6pm to 9pm on the east side of the Governor’s Mansion at 1010 Colorado St.

Thursday’s event called Queer Dance Freakout at the Governor’s Mansion.

“It’s such a shame it’s been misused for so many years so turning it into a gay bar for a night seems like a proper use of this gorgeous architecture.”

Event organizers say the goal is to show opposition to what is considered anti-LGBT legislation, particularly so-called transgender bathroom bills — Senate Bill 6 and House Bill 1362. The bills would prohibit public schools from letting transgender children use multistall bathrooms that conform with their gender identity. State government buildings also would be barred from creating transgender-friendly bathrooms, and cities and counties would be prohibited from requiring bathrooms that accommodate transgender individuals.

“We say NO to marriage equality limitations. We say NO to old men saying what we can and cannot do,” according to the Facebook event description. “We say NO to anti-transgender bathroom bills. We say YES to shaking our asses. We say YES to the freedoms of the body.”

ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP FOR 2017 RODEO HOUSTON

FILE - In this Sept. 2, 2016 file photo, Alicia Keys performs on NBC's "Today" show in New York. Keys wrote the song “Back to Life” for the Disney film, “Queen of Katwe” starring Lupita Nyong’O and David Oyelowo. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)

(Houston) The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has set the stage for 21 of music’s hottest stars to perform during the 2017 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

On sale now on the RODEOHOUSTON website.

Tuesday, March 7 – Aaron Watson
Wednesday, March 8 – Old Dominion
Thursday, March 9 – Chris Stapleton
Friday, March 10 – Alicia Keys
Saturday, March 11 – Alan Jackson
Sunday, March 12 – The Chainsmokers
Monday, March 13 – Sam Hunt
Tuesday, March 14 – Meghan Trainor
Wednesday, March 15 – Thomas Rhett
Thursday, March 16 – Luke Bryan
Friday, March 17 – Fifth Harmony
Saturday, March 18 – Willie Nelson
Sunday, March 19 – Banda El Recodo | Siggno
Monday, March 20 – Florida Georgia Line
Tuesday, March 21 – ZZ Top
Wednesday, March 22 – Chris Young
Thursday, March 23 – Blink 182
Friday, March 24 – Dierks Bentley
Saturday, March 25 – Brad Paisley
Sunday, March 26 – Zac Brown Band

INDIVIDUAL RODEO TICKETS

– Rodeo ticket prices range from $18 to $25, plus applicable fees. A few performances may have a limited number of tickets, including scattered singles (no two seats together), available from $30 to $100, as well as Chute Seats, for $300 or $350.
– Upper-level Value Wednesday tickets are $10.