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.
Could This Random Shreveport Attack Part Of An Online Meme?
It might be a growing trend, or it might be isolated. But be aware that someone is punching random people on Shreveport's west side. .
Mean Girls And Food Network Star Coming To Shreveport In 2021
He played Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, and has been all over the Food Network. Now he's coming to Shreveport
Geek’d Con Announces Avengers: Endgame Star Lexi Rabe For 2021
She played Tony Stark's daughter in the MCU, and also appeared in one of the recent Godzilla films
Natchitoches Jazz/R&B Festival Announce Neal McCoy As 2021 Headliner
Country star Neal McCoy will headline the Jazz/R&B festival
An LSU Student Has Died After Trying To Save Child In Rip Tide
WAFB-TV has confirmed that a 21-year-old LSU has died after trying to save a child at a beach in Florida last week.
A New Record For Most Expensive Comic Book Ever
The first appearance of Superman just broke an all-time record for the highest comic book sale
Caddo Coroner Reveals Cause Of Death In Jail Inmate Case
In March, 31-year-old Casey Louis Simpson Jr. died while incarcerated at the Caddo Correctional Center
Two Bossier Men Arrested On Child Porn Charges
Two men are facing child porn charges in two separate cases in Bossier Parish
Geek’d Con Returns To Shreveport For 2021
Shreveport's comic con will be returning in 2021 after having to take a year off due to COVID shutdowns
Yellow Cap Cokes Happen Once A Year, And Here’s Why
If you see a yellow cap on a Coke in the store, it has something to do with religion