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Wisconsin International Raceway

Wisconsin International Raceway

    Friday, September 10, 2021 ***Eve of Destruction*** 7 PM Online Ticket Sales Begin June for the 2021 Wisconsin International Raceway Eve of Destruction on Friday, September 10, 2021 at 7 PM. Monster Truck Show & Rides, Pyrotechnics & Fireworks, Extreme Freestyle Motocross, Figure 8 Racing – Cars, Buses, Trailers  and MORE! Gates Open…More

Timber Rattlers Wednesdays with WVBO

Timber Rattlers Wednesdays with WVBO

Join 103.9 WVBO for another season of Timber Rattlers baseball! We’ll be found at the gates of Fox Cities Stadium for Wednesday Home Games with 103.9 WVBO! See our ‘Starting Line Up’ host Bob Madden. The schedule for this year will also look a lot different than in the past. There are only 120 games…More

Fond du Lac County Fair

Fond du Lac County Fair

103.9 WVBO welcomes the  ROOTS AND BOOTS 90’S ELECTRIC THROWDOWN TOUR at the Fond du Lac County Fair! July 15th Elite VIP Ticket: $75 This ticket includes free parking, two drink tickets, separate restroom and bar service up front by the stage and a chair. GA: $25 This ticket will include seating in the grandstand and…More

Winefeast

Winefeast

WineFeast is the Boys & Girls Club’s premiere wine and food pairing event, as well as one of Oshkosh’s most popular and well attended fundraisers.More

Listen Live with Alexa

Listen Live with Alexa

If you own an Amazon smart speaker, like the Echo or Echo Dot, you can listen to 103.9 WVBO! First you need to enable our Skill. Here are easy ways you can do that: Say, “Alexa, enable the one oh three nine w. v. b. o. Skill” Visit the Skills section of your Alexa Smartphone…More

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Michael B. Jordan apologizes after new rum venture is accused of cultural appropriation

Michael B. Jordan apologizes after new rum venture is accused of cultural appropriation

Michael B. Jordan has issued an apology regarding his new liquor brand following some high-profile complaints. The “Creed” actor recently launched a line of rum called called J’Ouvert, joining the many celebs who have gotten into the spirits industry. But the name quickly drew complaints of cultural appropriation because it reportedly refers to both the…More

‘Karen’ trailer sets off complaints of copying ‘Get Out’

‘Karen’ trailer sets off complaints of copying ‘Get Out’

A “Karen” once again has the internet upset. The trailer for the BET thriller starring Taryn Manning, Cory Hardrict and Jasmine Burke has set Twitter abuzz. According to IMDB.com the movie, written and directed by Coke Daniels, is about “A racist, entitled white woman in the South (who) terrorizes her new Black neighbors.” Thanks to…More

Vin Diesel explains that beef with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

Vin Diesel explains that beef with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

That highly publicized feud between Vin Diesel and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson a few years ago? Chalk it all up to “tough love.” In an interview with Men’s Health, Diesel offered up his explanation as to why he and his former “Fast & Furious” franchise co-star had a falling out, something Johnson had addressed publicly…More

Sharon Stone thinks there’s more to Hollywood than Meryl Streep

Sharon Stone thinks there’s more to Hollywood than Meryl Streep

Sharon Stone has opened up about the “iconography” associated with Meryl Streep, adding that she feels she is a “much better” screen villain than the three-time Oscar-winner. In an interview with the website Zoomer, Stone was asked a question about “finally” getting to work with Streep, whom she starred alongside in the 2019 film “The…More

A look back at Britney Spears’ conservatorship

A look back at Britney Spears’ conservatorship

The world may hear from Britney Spears regarding her court-ordered conservatorship in a hearing on Wednesday. Spears has yet to address the court since her court-appointed attorney, Samuel Ingham III, filed to suspend her father Jamie Spears as the conservator of her estimated $60 million estate last year. The elder Spears had been the conservator…More

Rachel Zegler to play Snow White in Disney live-action film

Rachel Zegler to play Snow White in Disney live-action film

Rachel Zegler is going from the West Side to Disney. Zegler, who will make her feature film debut in December in the long-awaited Steven Spielberg-directed “West Side Story,” has been cast to play iconic Disney princess Snow White in an upcoming live-action reimagining of the story, Disney confirmed to CNN. “Rachel’s extraordinary vocal abilities are…More

Pete Davidson has ‘no idea’ if he’ll be back on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Pete Davidson has ‘no idea’ if he’ll be back on ‘Saturday Night Live’

But what about Chad? Pete Davidson says he doesn’t know if he’ll be returning to “Saturday Night Live” in the fall. The comedian appeared on “Gold Derby,” where he addressed speculation that he would not be back next season. “Speaking for myself, I don’t know what the plan is,” he said. “Everything is kind of…More

Lorde talks about her new album on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

Lorde talks about her new album on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

Lorde appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Monday, where she discussed her new album “Solar Power,” which drops August 20. The singer revealed that the new album’s artwork, which Colbert said he was not allowed to show, was shot by a friend. “My friend just took it,” Lorde said. “It was just me…More

Emmys will now allow winners to remove gender-specific terms from statues

Emmys will now allow winners to remove gender-specific terms from statues

The Emmy Awards will allow “Actress” and “Actor” winners to be called “Performers,” the Television Academy has announced. According to the official Emmys website: “No performer category titled ‘Actor’ or ‘Actress’ has ever had a gender requirement for submissions. Now, nominees and (or) winners in any performer category titled ‘Actor’ or ‘Actress’ may request that…More

Billie Eilish apologizes after video surfaces of singer mouthing racial slur

Billie Eilish apologizes after video surfaces of singer mouthing racial slur

Superstar singer Billie Eilish has apologized after a video surfaced of her apparently mouthing along to a song as an anti-Asian racial slur is used. Seven-time Grammy winner Eilish posted a statement on her Instagram Stories Monday addressing the edited compilation of videos, which was widely circulated earlier this month. In one clip, Eilish mouthed…More

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