Hi I am Greg Atoms! I have been working in radio for well over a decade, everything from music, to sports talk, to news. Throughout my career I have been honored with a handful of accolades, including a national Program Director of the Year Award. I am also the founder of Geek’d Con. Geek’d Con is the fastest growing comic con style event in Louisiana! Outside of radio I enjoy attending sporting events and collecting sports memorabilia. My favorite piece in my collection is probably the bat handle I won in a bet/argument against former Houston Astro Morgan Ensberg at the 2005 MLB All-Star Game.
City Of Shreveport Officially Cancels Mardi Gras Parades For 2021
With their release today, The City of Shreveport has shut down Mardi Gras parades for 2021
Governor Edwards Returns Louisiana to Phase 2
The Governor has announced changes to the state's COVID restrictions.
East Texas Boy Wins 2020 National Mullet Championship
This kid's mullet is the best in America...and that's a FACT
President-Elect Biden Picks Louisiana Native For UN Ambassador Role
Thomas-Greenfield is originally from Baker, Louisiana, and graduated from LSU in 1974.
Clear Skies In Shreveport This Weekend Means UFO Hunting
The US Government has confirmed that UFOs are real, so maybe you should try to see some this weekend.
Pfizer Applies To The FDA For Emergency Use Of COVID Vaccine
Now its up to the FDA to move quickly to save lives. But unfortunately it sounds like they're looking to slow things down until next month, at the earliest.
What Controversies Did Miley Cyrus Bring To Bossier 13 Years Ago?
In November of 2007, Miley Cyrus brought her alter ego Hannah Montana, and some controversies, to Bossier City for a massive event.
New Orleans Mayor’s Website Says “No” For 2021 Mardi Gras Parades
The New Orleans Mayor’s Office has posted a FAQ section for Mardi Gras 2020 that says “no” to parades
Who Has A Bigger Holiday Budget, Shreveport or Bossier City?
Who is projected to spend more this holiday season, and where to they rank in the national average?
Bossier Schools To Stick With In-Person Classes After Thanksgiving
Bossier Schools will remain with normal classes after the upcoming Thanksgiving break, but they're just one part of the decision