WALL Radio has teamed up with Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center to give away tickets to see Don McLean. To enter, all you have to do is click right here. One entry per household, multiple entries do not increase your chance of winning. Don McLean is playing at Sugar Loaf PAC on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at 8 p.m. You’ve definitely heard hits from him like “American Pie”. To find out if you won, just listen to Jim Frey from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
WALL Radio is back with another great online contest for you.
Starting Monday, November 11 through Friday, November 15, you can enter to win a pair of tickets to see The The Band Band at Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center (PAC). The concert is on November 30 at 8 p.m. To enter, all you have to do is fill out this form here.
Tune in to Jim Frey Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. to find out if you’re a winner! One entry per household. Multiple entries do not increase your chance of winning. Good luck from Orange County and the Hudson Valley’s hometown station, WALL Radio!
Orange County and the Hudson Valley’s favorite midday host, Kate Brannan, will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo this year with WALL Radio at El Bandido in Middletown. Join Kate from 3 p.m. through 5 p.m. this Sunday.
Every half hour, we’ll be giving away pairs of tickets to Taco Fest 2019. Taco Fest is June 22 at the Beacon Riverfront Park, from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Come enjoy some of the best Mexican food in the Hudson Valley at El Bandido this Sunday, May 5th for Cinco de Mayo. Kate and WALL Radio are excited to see you!
WALL Radio has another great contest. This time, we’re giving away a photographer for the entire day of your wedding. Kateigh and Ben Photo are the photographers that will be taking all the pictures of the best day of your life. Not getting married yourself, but know someone who is? You can nominate another couple to win the prize. Below are all the rules and details for this contest, in addition to the standard WALL Radio contest rules. Online entries are accepted 3/4-3/31. From there, finalists will be picked and Facebook fans of WALL Radio will vote on who deserves to win! The winner will be announced on April 22, 2019.
You can nominate a couple, or yourselves here.
Full prize details:
-Entire day of wedding photographed, including bridesmaids and groomsmen getting ready, ceremony, and reception
-All photos on a digital format (NO prints included)
WEBSITE FOR ENTRY INTO THE SWEEPSTAKES WALLRadio.com (the “Website”) SUBMISSION PERIOD Submission Start Date – 3/4/2019 End Date – 3/31/2019
DRAWING DATE All Entries will be entered in an electronic random drawing to be held on March 22 2019 at the offices of WALL Radio.
PRIZE The following prize will be awarded in this contest: Full day of wedding photos. Limited to 4 locations day of wedding. Bride getting ready, groom getting ready, ceremony and reception. Photos will be made available via digital means. Prize does not include any albums or prints.
Winner will complete a 1099 for 2019 (or 2020) tax purposes.
To be qualified, winner must acknowledge they have read all the rules and fully understand the parameters of the prize.
Incomplete entries, duplicate entries and any inappropriate photos posted on Facebook will void nominee.
Entrants may also post a photo of the engaged couple on Facebook for an additional entry and state why they should win. Foul language and inappropriate photos will be removed and the entrant disqualified.
This prize has no cash value
Winners will be contacted by Kateigh & Ben Photo with 5 business days of winning. Once that occurs Neversink Media Group is no longer responsible because the prize has been delivered.
Winners should expect to enter into contract with Kateigh & Ben Photo for any additional service they may wish to receive.
Written by Wayne Townsend
The 57th feature-length Disney film is a sequel to 2012 Wreck-it Ralph. A quick recap, the antagonist of a 1980’s arcade video game Ralph, discovers he isn’t merely a bad guy of a video game, but someone who has feelings and has been misunderstood by the other character’s that inhabit the central repository they retreat to after the video arcade closes for the evening. Six years into their friendship, Vanellope von Schweetz, star of her own game, existence is threatened due to the fact her game is broken, and the proprietor of the arcade is unwilling to pay for the replacement part. This motivates Ralph to venture onto the internet to search for the part when they find out it’s available on eBay. This is when the movie takes off. Product placement runs amok, an adept metaphor of internet usage. Disney reminds us that they own everything, Marvel Studios, Pixar, Star Wars, The Muppets just to name a few, with some characters from their respective universes, make an appearance. Yoda, R2D2, Ironman, are only a few. Every Disney princess appears with the voice talents of the original actresses reprising their roles. Ralph and Vanellope land into an internet racing game that Vanellope becomes enthralled with, but Ralph is afraid of due to the violent landscape. Internet controlled characters can “die,” but since Ralph and Vanellope are merely video game code, their deaths would be permanent. Vanellope wants to stay, but Ralph wants to get the part and return to the rote routine that the two of them have lived since the end of the first movie. This the main conflict of the film, Vanellope realizes the nature of their friendship will forever be changed and is sadden at the fact her decision may end her relationship with Ralph as suffers from insecurities as he sees her as his only. Mayhem ensues, as Ralph infects the internet game with a virus he obtained from the “dark web.” The depiction of Ralph descent to the place where shadowy figures live, (actual bugs represent the viruses) is just what an imaginative person would dream up if one had to visualize a computer “infection.” Ralph Breaks the Internet in a film that deals with the changing dynamic of friendship when one party wants to change the direction of their life, in this case, a career change, that forces the other to decide if the relationship can remain intact now that the parameters have been irrevocably altered. A life lesson all humans have faced at one time or other. Rated PG, this would be a good way for parents to explain how to deal with the emotions their child would feel when faced with a similar moment. For this, and for fear Disney has (probably) replaced “Big Brother,” Ralph Breaks the Internet receives 3 out of 5.