The Karlson & McKenzie Show Was Taking Some Heat on TwitterPete brought up this morning how we are getting some heat and bashing from so called listeners on Twitter.
McDonald's Beefs With Trump, Immediately Deletes TweetMcDonald's deleted the message within 20 minutes, citing a compromised account.
Toblerone Completely Changed The Shape Of The Candy Bar And It's Not OkayHow could they do this?!
@KarlsonMcKenzie Has 5,000 Twitter Followers!We ended our quest for 5,000 Twitter followers when we reached 5,000 and gave away 5,000 pennies (or $50).
It Pays To Follow Karlson & McKenzie on TwitterIf you were following Karlson & McKenzie on Twitter over the last week, you knew that we were announcing a place to giveaway concert tickets to some great classic rock shows.
When Nature Calls: Desperate Times Call For Desperate MeasuresWhen kaka happens and you can't flush the toilet, what do you do?
According To Their Twitter, The Foo Fighters Have Something Big To AnnounceEarly this morning, the band's official account tweeted out that there would be an "official announcement" at some point tonight.
Jackson and Producer Mike's Great Twitter DebateDuring the show yesterday, Jackson tweeted something that didn't sit well with Executive Producer Mike, so he took action in order to avoid it happening again.
K&M Play Question & AnswerThe Patriots tweeted out a video of players asking a question then passing it to another player that would answer and keep the circle going, so we tried to do it on the show.
A Bar in Somerville Trolled U2 Fans with a "Secret Show" That Never HappenedU2 were set to play a secret show at the Burren in Somerville...except they weren't, at all. But the mere rumor was enough to pack the bar with eager U2 fans, who tweeted their anticipation - and disappointment.
Here's Your First Look at the New 'Ghostbusters' Ecto-1 Car - IN BOSTON!Director Paul Feig has revealed the new "Ecto-1" car design for the new "Ghostbusters" movie - and it's in Boston! We have the photos to prove it.
Sign Dave Grohl’s Cast Using Twitter“When a Rock God breaks a leg, he finishes the show,” reads the website. “When mortals sign his cast, they do it with the Internet.”