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Stef & Corey in the Morning

Stef Mizzi
She is the girl next door who is just one of the guys. She’s the kind of girl who can dress up and look like a lady on Saturday night but call her on Sunday morning and she’ll help you move a couch too. 
Stef has a laugh that people either love or hate, but you can’t help but recognize it immediately and wonder what in the world could be so funny? Mom of 2 teen boys and hanging with her hubby at the rink, ball diamond or backyard, she’s always a little unhinged and ready for a glass of wine.

For the past 25 years, Stef has been filling listeners early hours with laughter, music, and the latest headlines. Her show is more than a routine; it's a morning ritual for countless devoted listeners. Beyond her role on the airwaves, she is a supporter of local talent, and community events.

Corey Motley
You may have partied with him in one of Niagara’s many clubs, or maybe you saw him DJing at a wedding or you could’ve played against him, or watched him played hockey in Niagara on the lake, Saint Catharine’s and Niagara Falls… Born and raised in St. Catharines and well travelled through the Niagara region Corey is always looking to have a good time and put smiles on peoples' faces!!! Being part of Bill’s mafia, the proper way to greet him and say goodbye is… Go bills!!!!!

Stef & Corey are on your radio week days from 5:30am to 9am.



Is This The Mashup We've Been Missing?!

Today is Artificial Intelligence Appreciation Day.  There's a new study that shows that, for now, A.I. is a tool that can increase a writer's creativity and the guys who run the "There I Ruined It" channel  are dipping into their creative juices again and have ruined another childhood classic.  This time it's Kermit the Frog singing the lyrics of Snoop Dogg's"Gin and Juice" to the melody of "Rainbow Connection".

Gotta admit, it's pretty jarring to hear Kermit say, "Raise off deez nuts."


Is This As Bad As So Many Are Making It To Be?



I wont be buying from Tim hortons again. I cant believe they put the food in the trunk of the car UNCOVERED. @Tim Hortons @Tim Hortons 🇨🇦

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This video has gone viral of two Tim Hortons employees can be seen taking out pastries from the back of a vehicle before walking straight into the store. 

“I won’t be buying from Tim Hortons again. I can’t believe they put the food in the trunk of the car UNCOVERED,” reads the caption of the video.

In the comments, other users say this is clearly a health and safety violation and some are even vowing to never visit the coffee and donut establishment again.

The video has amassed more than 386,000 views with over 2,000 comments at the time of publication.

In response, Tim Hortons confirms health and safety standards were not followed in this case and that it is investigating the restaurant in question.

Do you think this is as bad as everyone is going on about? Stef says YES, Corey no big deal. Let us know your thoughts...



Are These Unethical Parenting Hacks Evil, Brilliant, or Both?

Have you ever told your kids a little white lie to get them to behave? So many right???

What's the most unethical or underhanded thing you've done to trick your kid into doing what you wanted?

People online had some good ones.  Here are the highlights . . .

1.  Changing the time on the clock to make them go to bed.  Like it's 7:15, but you change it to 8:00 and say, "Oh, it's bedtime!"

2.  "When the ice cream truck plays music, that means it's out of ice cream."

3.  The Tooth Fairy comes EVERY night to check for teeth, but also to see if you brushed.  And if you didn't . .  she yanks a tooth out.

4.  Someone got their kid to read by turning on the subtitles on their TV.  They say they went up four reading levels during COVID.

5.  A guy's parents told him he was allergic to alcohol.  They finally came clean on his 18th birthday and said they just didn't want him drinking in high school.

6.  Tell little kids the sunroof in your car is for the ejector seat, and threaten to push it if they don't shut up.

7.  If your toddler touches something that's hot, it's a chance to claim other things are hot.  Like, "Never touch that vase, it's hot too."

8.  "Your tongue turns purple when you lie."  Then if you ask to see their tongue and they hesitate, you know they're lying.

9.  When the batteries in a loud annoying toy die, tell them they don't make those batteries anymore.

10.  "Your goldfish went on vacation . . . but he'll be back soon."



Let's Come Together To Support This Ray of Light 

If you have ever wondered what true light looks like, you have met this gal.  

I was blessed to meet Rebecca through a friend at her salon Captiv8 Skincare and Aesthetics. I knew from the moment I met her, I was in the presence of someone who was a gift to get to know. Not only did I feel an immediate kinship with her, but someone I would look at as a friend.

Rebecca has been bravely battling cancer and it looked like she was kicking its ass…til she wasn’t….now this young wife and mother of three, has been dealt the most devastating blow this week that will see her time with us come to an end much sooner than any of her family or friends expected.

To say we are heartbroken is an understatement.

I’m sad that her sweet babies will have to grow up without a mom, her husband without his best friend, her mother without her baby, and also, our community without this wonderful light who gave so much to all of us.

Nothing can dull the pain so many are feeling, but if we can all come together for Rebecca and her family like she would for us, she would love that.

Give what you can, share her story and go fund me page and hug your loved ones tightly, we never know how long we have with them. 

Thank you ❤️




Happy Canada Day Indeed! Things To Do In Niagara

Monday, July 1 is Canada Day, our country’s 157th birthday.

What's up? Check out the list of events all across the region: 

St. Catharines

St. Catharines has two days of activities at Lakeside Park on Sunday (starting at 11:30 a.m.) and on Monday, July 1 (starting at noon). There will be a day of music on July 1 starting at 1 p.m. and capping off with Canadian indie rockers Yukon Blonde at 8 p.m. The festivities are capped off with a fireworks display at 10 p.m. Free parking.


Thorold has three days of music at Battle of Beaverdams Park, starting with the Niagara Jazz Festival presented by TD Ready Commitment on Saturday and continuing with the City of Thorold’s popular Rock ‘N Blues event on Sunday. On Canada Day, there will be live music from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Kids Zone activities from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. The day caps off with a display of fireworks at 10 p.m.

Niagara Falls

Come see the free Canada Day celebration event at Firemen’s Park (2275 Dorchester Rd.). Live music and entertainment, interactive kids shows, all-ages activities, food, vendors, inflatables and more. With shuttle busses to and from the event; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Great spots to watch Niagara Falls fireworks include outdoor spaces in Niagara Parks sites, atop Skylon Tower or Niagara SkyWheel, and hotels and restaurants that feature stunning views of the waterfalls. For more information, check out Niagara Falls Tourism.


During the day, enjoy arts and culture activities, a sports hub, Kids Zone, interactive experience areas, local vendors and food trucks. The event is at Merritt Park, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

From 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., enjoy the music of Shawn Brady and Northern Sons with guests Madhatters.


The Town of Pelham presents a free family-friendly event at Harold Black Park (953 Haist St.) with children’s activities, local food, artisans, community group vendors and live entertainment on stage, capping the evening off with a fireworks show.

Rotary Club of Fonthill will be sponsoring the Kids Zone from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

A parade begins at A.K. Wigg Public School on Haist Street at 4 p.m. and proceeds south to Harold Black Park. Fireworks are scheduled for 10 p.m.

Port Colborne

Port Colborne Optimist Club presents a full day of fun at H.H. Lakeview Knoll Park starting at 10:30 a.m. Activities include food, entertainment and a special appearance by the Port Colborne Special Olympics team. Later at 10 p.m., the city is presenting a fireworks display at the canal.


Rotary Club of Niagara-on-the-Lake presents Canada Day in Simcoe Park starting at 11:30 a.m. featuring a barbecue, live music and the annual cake parade at 3 p.m., followed by a cake serving at 3:15 p.m.

At Fort George, admission is free from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with activities including building tours, food trucks (starting at 4 p.m.) and, at 6:30 p.m., Kiddie Militia and drill, followed by a presentation by the 41st Regiment Fife and Drum Corps, and musket demonstrations by Fort George Artillery. A display by Garden City Fireworks will close the day at 10 p.m.

Fort Erie

Celebrate Canada Day in Fort Erie with a fireworks display at 10 p.m. along Fort Erie’s beautiful waterfront. Best viewing is along the Niagara River between the Old Fort and Peace Bridge. Lakeshore Road will be closed between Beatrice Street and Dominion Road.


Free admission to Grimsby Museum, at 6 Murray St., from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include music, bouncy castles, face painting, a barbecue, crafts and more.


Celebrate Canada Day in style at Charles Daley Park with exciting activities, live entertainment, delicious food vendors and a fireworks display to end the night. The event runs 1:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. There will be a shuttle available between town hall to Charles Daley Park from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.

West Lincoln

Township of West Lincoln is holding a Canada Day event, featuring fun activities for the whole family, headlined by Practically Hip, Canada’s number one Tragically Hip tribute band, and capped off with a fireworks display by Garden City Display Fireworks. at 10 p.m. The event runs 3 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. and features market vendors, games, a petting farm and face painting. On-site parking is limited, and shuttles are available to and from West Lincoln Community Centre (177 West St., Smithville), Greek Hall (6659 West St., Smithville), Village Square Plaza (249 St. Catharines St., Smithville) and Smithville Christian High School (6488 Reg. Rd. 14, Smithville).

Rare Clouds In Niagara Yesterday

The weather has been crazy hot, humid and unstable the last week. While you may have lost your patio umbrella you hopefully caught the wild and rare Wave Clouds yesterday. The picture has been all over social media over the last 24 hours and it's a rare sighting of Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds that look like ocean waves. They can only happen when the conditions are ripe which means there has to be a perfect match between wind blowing over water...hence why we saw it yesterday over Lake Ontario. 

Check out the pic below, very cool! 



Who You Gonna Call? 

Ghostbusters we may need you stat at Corey's house! He's got camera's throughout his house and the ones in his garage go off if they detect someone. On the weekend, he gets a notification that someone's in the garage (already that's where I would call someone less of a chicken than I)...but Corey ventures out to check on the situation...he's looking on his phone that's connected to the cameras, where he sees a "floating light ball"...he gets in the garage and sees nothing in person...only when he looks at the camera on his phone. The "orb" moves, grows, splits in two and makes it's way around Corey who watches it the whole time. What do you think? Should he call a priest? Ghostbusters? Or is this nothing but dust? 

Check out the images and let us know what he should do.



Hailey Bieber’s ‘biggest’ pregnancy craving has got people talking

Hailey Bieber’s pregnancy snack reveal has sparked a conversation about unusual pregnancy cravings. 

Hailey, took to her Instagram story to cheekily confess she’s been eating the same snack recently – egg salad on a pickle with hot sauce. 

“Currently my biggest craving. Egg salad on top of a pickle with hot sauce, and no you’re not allowed to judge,” her caption read.

People aren't judging, some are loving it! What would you try this? 


Tim Hortons Donut Sneakers, Look As Good As They Are!


Double-double, Honey Cruller and a pair of sneakers?

This morning Tim Hortons said in celebrating its 60th anniversary and to celebrate National Donut Day on June 7, it has teamed up with Adidas to offer residents four “doghnut-inspired” adidas Samba sneaker designs.

The shoes will not be available for sale but can be won in a contest, which starts today at www.timshop.ca/nationaldonutday and runs through Friday, June 7.

The four designs available to be won “draw inspiration from some of Canada’s favourite Tims donuts,” the coffeehouse giant said: Boston Cream, Honey Cruller, Vanilla Dip and Double Chocolate.

What do you think? Would you wear these? 


This Is One Way to Get Rid of Your Kid

giraffe tried to steal a small child at a wildlife park in Texas on Saturday, and the mom was filming when it happened. 

They were feeding it during a drive-thru safari tour when it grabbed the two-year-old girl's shirt with its teeth and lifted her out of their truck.

Thankfully, the mom was able to wrestle the kid away, so everyone's fine. 



Have You Heard This Unexpected Collab? AMAZING! 

Alanis Morissette and Joan Jett, who are set to embark on a summer tour together, recently shared a mashup of two of their most famous songs titled "Hate Myself for Loving You Oughta Know."

Produced by DJ Cummerbund, the track combines Jett's 1988 smash hit "I Hate Myself for Loving You" with Morissette's 1995 hit "You Oughta Know." Jett's 1982 cover of "I Love Rock 'n Roll" also makes a brief appearance.

Meanwhile, Jett, Morissette and country singer Morgan Wade will team up for the Triple Moon tour, which has a stop in Toronto July 13 & 14.

Take a listen to the mix, what do you think? Love it ? Hate it? 



Could A Tik Tok Love Story Be Unfolding?

If you are on Tik Tok, this may have showed up on your feed...the unfolding potential love story of Gabee and Tyler.  Taylor and Travis, who? The chemistry between this pair of extremely tall, blonde, beautiful people has the world transfixed, and their audiences are watching it all play out in real time.

The love story between Gabriella Gonzales (6'1", 600,000 followers on TikTok) and Tyler Bergantino (6'9", 1.2 million followers on TikTok) has all the hallmarks of a modern rom-com. They are both social media personalities who interview strangers for a living, they had instant chemistry when they met, and they are both very, very tall. And like good content creators, they are letting the world see every aspect of their courtship, from their first meeting to their first date, and have even revealed their friends’ and families’ opinions on their connection.

Have you been following this? What do you think? Is this organically happening or has it all been set up? 

Check out the love...https://www.tiktok.com/@tyler.bergantino/video/7376056658595679530?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc









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