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Does Your Age Determine Your Favorite Christmas Movies?

A company called Christmas Lights Etc. did a survey on people's favorite Christmas movies, and they broke them down into age groups.

It turns out the older folks are more into the classics, which isn't surprising, but younger adults seem to enjoy a mix of old and new.

Here's the breakdown:

Ages 60-plus: 

  1. "Miracle on 34th Street" (1947) 
  2. "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946) 
  3. "White Christmas" (1954)

50 to 59:

  1. "It's a Wonderful Life" 
  2. "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (1966) 
  3. "A Charlie Brown Christmas" (1965) 

40 to 49: 

  1. "A Christmas Story" (1983) 
  2. "A Charlie Brown Christmas" 
  3. "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" (1989) 

30 to 39: 

  1. "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" 
  2. "Home Alone" (1990) 
  3. "Elf" (2003) 

30 and under: 

  1. "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" 
  2. "A Christmas Story" 
  3. "Home Alone"

Celebrate Jacksonville’s First Responders!

From JEA to JSO, there were many organizations and volunteers that helped Jacksonville get back on its feet after Hurricane Irma ripped through our city. 

The Cox Media Group family of radio and television stations would love you to come out, have a drink, listen to live music, and thank a first responder at First Responder Friday! 


You can RSVP on our Facebook event page below:

We’ll be hosting this event at Unity Plaza Jax, 220 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL. 32202

First Responders are also offered 15% off (Friday night only 10-20-17) at HOBNOB and Brix Wood Fired Pizza

Special thanks to Bud Light and Arlington Toyota for helping us to pay tribute to those who helped to get our city back on its feet!

Are These The 10 Greatest Jock Jams of All Time?

Everyone who has ever been to Everbank Field knows there is a tight playlist of “go-to” songs to get the crowd amped up as the Jags attempt to do anything besides go three-and-out.

Chances are if you grew up in the 90’s you owned some of these songs on one of the “Jock Jams” CDs that were so popular during that decade.

There’s always been heavy debate on these tracks though: Do they do the trick of making tens of thousands of fans rise to their feet, or are they too corny to accomplish anything outside of a embarrassing memory or two? has decided to add fuel to the fire by ranking what they think are the "The 100 Greatest Jock Jams of All Time."

There were five official volumes of the "Jock Jams" series with a total of 107 songs, but this list isn't limited to those. There are even some recent 'jock jams' on the list. 

Here's the Top 10: 

1. "We Will Rock You", Queen, 1977 

2. "Welcome to the Jungle", Guns N' Roses, 1987 

3. "Hip Hop Hooray", Naughty By Nature, 1993 


4. "Kernkraft 400", Zombie Nation, 1999 


5. "Seven Nation Army", The White Stripes, 2003 


6. "Eye of the Tiger", Survivor, 1982 


7. "Rock and Roll Part 2", Gary Glitter, 1972 


8. "Jump Around", House of Pain, 1992 


9. "Crazy Train", Ozzy Osbourne, 1981 


10. "Get Ready for This", 2 Unlimited, 1991 

Other songs on the list that feel slightly dated at this point: "Whoomp! (There It Is)", "The Final Countdown", and the 90’s techno mega-hit "Sandstorm"

Since you're probably wondering, C&C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" is at #25. 

You can check out the full list over at

Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Announce Jacksonville Tour Date!

On the heels of a sold-out critically acclaimed summer tour, longtime Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie have announced the second leg of their North American tour, and it includes a stop at the Times-Union Center – Moran Theater on November 12th!

Tickets will be available Friday, August 18th at 10:00 a.m. by phone at (800) 745-3000, or online at Ticketmaster. 

Recently the classic rock icons stopped by Jimmy Fallon to play some Fleetwood Mac hits on classroom instruments. Check the fun below:

The duo also announced a new single going to radio this week “Lay Down For Free.” Any Mac fan will hear the faint notes of “Go Your Own Way” on the track, but listen and decide for yourself:

The first leg of their tour was largely regarded as a smash hit. If you’re wondering what to expect from their set, here is a recent setlist from the duo:

  1. Trouble (Lindsey Buckingham cover) 
  2. Wish You Were Here (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  3. Never Going Back Again (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  4. Shut Us Down (Lindsey Buckingham cover) 
  5. Sleeping Around the Corner 
  6. Feel About You 
  7. In My World 
  8. Too Far Gone 
  9. Hold Me (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  10. Little Lies (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  11. Tusk (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  12. Love Is Here to Stay 
  13. Red Sun 
  14. You Make Loving Fun (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  15. I'm So Afraid (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  16. Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac cover) 


  1. Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac cover) 
  2. Lay Down for Free 
  3. Game of Pretend

The Most Delicious Ice Cream Flavors Ranked

A new poll had people rank the best ice cream flavors, and we fully expected a boring pick at #1 - either chocolate or vanilla.

Apparently we're not quite that boring...

More than 5,000 people voted online at the website Ranker, and Cookies and Cream took first place!

Here are the others in the top ten: 

  1. Cookies and cream
  2. Chocolate
  3. Vanilla
  4. Mint chocolate chip
  5. Strawberry (Neapolitan with vanilla, chocolate, AND strawberry came in 12th)
  6. Chocolate chip
  7. French vanilla (If they'd lumped it in with regular vanilla, it probably would have come in first, but they're different though - real "French vanilla" ice cream has eggs in it)
  8. Rocky road
  9. Coffee
  10. Peanut butter cup

Voting has been officially closed on the topic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t debate below. Tell us what you think got the snub!

A Chart Ranking the Best Types of French Fries Is Creating Major Controversy on the Internet

Back in March of last year, a website called Food Republic put together a chart where they subjectively ranked a bunch of types of French fries from best to worst.

Apparently no one noticed the chart until this weekend, when someone tweeted about it, and now it's tearing the Internet apart.

As far as we can tell, not a SINGLE person has responded, "Hey, great rankings, you guys nailed it." 

People seem to have issues with everything on this list, most notably:

  • The disrespect of putting curly fries sixth
  • Counting tater tots as fries
  • Not including poutine
  • Giving shoestring fries any spot on the list other than dead last.

Tell  us below what you think of the “controversial” Fries Chart!

Pulse Nightclub Afternoon Memorial Services

City officials, religious leaders, friends, and family of the 49 victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting attend afternoon memorial services

Pulse Nightclub 2 AM Memorial

Family and friends of the 49 victims of the Pulse Nightclub attack gather a year later to pay tribute

Pulse Events Honoring Those We’ve Lost

Monday marks one year since the attack at the Pulse nightclub, when a gunman took the lives of 49 innocent patrons. Here is a list of some of the events happening around our city to honor those people.

Today Through June 14th
  • One Blood is hosting a blood drive throughout multiple locations in the city. Click here to find out locations and times.
Saturday June 10th
  • 8 am - 1 pm: Pulse Memorial Blood Drive, hosted by Rep. Val Demings 
    • Veranda Park, 6996 Piazza Grande Avenue 
  • 7 pm: Vigil in Remembrance of Pulse 
    • First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St.
Sunday, June 11
  • 2 pm: Pulse Remembrance Through Music and Poetry 
    • Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd. 
  • 3 pm - Pulse Remembrance Service 
    • St. James Cathedral, 215 N. Orange Ave. 
  • 6 pm - Vigil in Remembrance of Pulse 
    • Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 N. Magnolia Ave.
Monday, June 12
  • 10 am - 7 pm: One Orlando Collection and Digital Gallery 
    • Orange County Regional History Center, East Central Boulevard 
  • 10 am: Unveiling of the Sea-to-Sea Rainbow Flag 
    • Orange County Administration Center, 301 S. Rosalind Ave. 
  • 11 am - 1 pm: Pulse Community Gathering 
    • Pulse site, 1912 S. Orange Ave. 
  • 7 pm: Orlando Love: Remembering Our Angels 
    • Lake Eola Park Amphitheater on Rosalind Avenue 
  • 10 pm - 12 am: Public Community Gathering
    • Pulse site, 1912 S. Orange Ave. 


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