About Paul

Promoting Louisiana Music for over 40 years. Opened radio station KBON 101.1FM on May 1997 for the main purpose of being able to promote our local area, mussic & culture everyday, 24/7/365. The format "Variety with a Louisiana Flavor" was the first of it's kind in the world! Others have followed and tried to copy KBON, but KBON still and will always remain a One-Of-A-Kind radio station!!

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Mom accused of tying daughter to bed

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nevada – A single mother made an initial court appearance after being accused of locking her 4-year-old daughter in an apartment bedroom for up to 12 hours a day tethere to a bedpost and left with a plastic tote bin to use as a toilet. Laketha Charis Moore, 36, kept her eyes […]

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University Takes Action to Punish Student For Refusing To Stomp On Jesus

A Florida Atlantic University student who filed a complaint against his professor, Deandre Poole (picture), after he was ordered to stomp on the name of Jesus has been brought up on academic charges by the school and may no longer attend class. According to a letter written by Associate Dean Rozalia Williams, “Rotela is facing a […]

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Federal government funds a study on duck penises – $384,949

Washington DC – Sequestration is serious business. Jobs are on the line. Day care for poor kids is under the ax. Yet even in this budget climate, your federal government still has the money to pay for a study examining duck penises. This waterfowl fuss erupted when the conservative website CNSNews.com published a story pulling […]

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North Korea orders artillery to be combat ready, targeting U.S. bases

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea said on Tuesday its strategic rocket and long-range artillery units have been ordered to be combat ready, targeting U.S. military bases on Guam, Hawaii and mainland America after U.S. bombers flew sorties threatening the North. The order, issued in a statement from the North’s military “supreme command”, marks the latest […]

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Burgess keeps fiddle making tradition alive

ARNAUDVILLE — In today’s digital world, music can be summoned in the blink of an eye. Yet Anya Schoenegge Burgess is stubbornly old school. Burgess makes violins by hand — the same way Andrea Amati made the first in Cremona, Italy, nearly 500 years ago. Two months can pass before Burgess completes one instrument. And […]

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