Thursday, April 5th

-My dog ate my Masters tickets! Yes, it really did happen. Read more

-Among the more unusual Masters-related items up for sale on eBay this week...plastic shopping bags from the golf shop at Augusta National for $2.50.

-Android users now have access to Instagram, an app that puts cool filters on your photos. Read more

-Last week, an Army sergeant gave his own life to save that of an Afghan girl. Read more

-Want a vanilla ice cream cone? The price is about to go up. Read more

-Coming up Friday: Bob Waliszewski from the Plugged In Movie Review joins us at 7:10 with his thoughts on Titanic 3D and some ideas on Easter movies you could watch this weekend with your family.

Wednesday, April 4th

-Today is the Par 3 Contest at Augusta National. The winner of the Par 3 has never become the Masters champion.

-Whether you're a visitor or just hanging out at home for Spring Break, there are a lot of things to do in Augusta. Read about them

-A survey says that 33 is the happiest age, based on responses from people 40 and over. Experts say that at this age, you're done with the wildness of the teenage years but still have some youthfulness. You're also more secure in your own talents and abilities at age 33. What would you say has been the happiest year (age) of your life and why? Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.

-Final results from the Winter Jam tour (including the stop in Augusta): Over 553,000 attended, over 158,000 decisions for Christ, over 35,000 first-time decisions.

-A Florida woman is retiring her car after it has taken her over 576,000 miles. Read more

-Christabelle Adams of Beech Island had our Simple Cooking recipe this morning with her Shredded Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches. The recipe is in the post below this one.

Coming up Thursday: Put on your thinking cap for some Masters trivia, and you could win two tickets on our Dove Bus to Atlanta. Listen to win at 7:10 and 8:40 am. Don't worry, you don't have to be a golf expert to win.

Simple Cooking - Shredded Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches

1lb of fresh or frozen skinless chicken breasts
1 whole bottle of Franks Hot Sauce or any hot sauce that is preferred
1 Packet of Hidden Valley Ranch Dips powdered mix
2 Tablespoons of butter or depending on how spicy you want the meat
10 slices of your favorite cheese
4-8 Sandwich buns, I use Kaiser Rolls

Place chicken breasts in bottom of crockpot, pour ranch dip mix over the chicken, pour entire bottle of hot sauce over the chicken and ranch powder, cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours until chicken is fork tender. When chicken is fork tender take out and we can do this one of two ways, the first way is to use two forks and a plate and pull apart each breast with the forks, the second way is, if you have a stand-mixer put all the chicken in the stand-mixer, with the paddle attachment and on low speed let the paddle attachment shred the chicken for you! Return chicken back to crockpot, add in the butter, and cook on low for 20 minutes. During the 20 minutes you can get your bread and cheese ready, toasting of the bread is optional! Serve hot and enjoy!

Submitted by Christabelle Adams of Beech Island. If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to You'll get a thank-you gift if we use your recipe.

Tuesday, April 3rd

-The menu at Burger King is starting to look a lot like McDonald's. Read more

-The 1940 Census was released yesterday, which is great news for those who are tracing their family tree. For the first time, you can search it online without going through a genealogy site. Read more

-October Baby is still playing in Augusta, and on Friday, April 13th, it will open in Statesboro.

-Cleve is going to the Masters for the first time on Friday. This morning we talked about things a first-timer should do at Augusta National this week. Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.

-Coming up Wednesday: Christabelle Adams of Beech Island shares a quick and easy recipe for Shredded Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches at 8:10 in Simple Cooking.

Monday, April 2nd

-Monday Morning Mindbender
Q: With seven different players bringing home a total of twelve wins at Augusta National, which state has produced the most Masters champions?
A: Texas

-Cheapie of the Week
Tom Lee of Martinez correctly guessed that it is Betty Crocker Pouch Potatoes. Kroger has them for $1 a box through Saturday. Use the printable $.40 coupon, which will double, to get it for $.20 plus tax.

-April Fools Jokes
Chick-fil-A: The Steak Filet Sandwich
Google got taken on this one: Romney drops out, endorses Santorum
Sony: The world's smallest Ultrabook

-Greg Wilson from the Greater Augusta Fellowship of Christian Athletes joined us this morning to talk about the free Augusta Golf Breakfast. It features PGA golfer Aaron Baddeley and will be held tomorrow morning at Warren Baptist Church. Print your free ticket here.

-The Mayor's Masters Reception is this afternoon at 6:00 at the Augusta Common on Broad Street. Admission is $1 and the event features samples from over three dozen CSRA restaurants. PGA golfer Tom Watson will be honored at the reception.

-John and Cleve surprised the crowd at Girls Night Live with pink headbands and wristbands as they danced to "Good Morning" with Mandisa and friends. Check out the pictures under "Photos" at

-Coming up Tuesday: Cleve welcomes a new member to the Coffee Club at 6:50 AM. Also, we'll talk about what a first-timer should do when going to the Masters this week.