Win Free Stuff All Summer

Win Free Stuff All Summer

Message us on Facebook at 96.9 THE WOLF – and let us know where you’re going to be out on the boat each weekend, we might just ride by with freebies from Seel’s Outboard, Cheerwine, or a little something straight from the WOLF’s den! Look for Captain WOLFY and Duncan’s Boats all summer long! ~ TorryMore

Charleston Ranked Top 10 Staycation Cities

Charleston Ranked Top 10 Staycation Cities

WalletHub just ranked 180 cities across the nation for best spots to have a staycation in, in order to make the list – these cities had to be packed full of fun AND easy on the wallet. Our gorgeous city ranked 6th… out of almost 200, that’s a heck of an award!More


Trina and Nicki Minaj drop ‘BAPS’ and flip a 2000 classic

Trina and Nicki Minaj are ready for some new music. The two rappers have collaborated on a song that dropped Wednesday called “BAPS.” The four-minute New Orleans-styled beat is from Trina’s upcoming album “The One,” which is available this Friday. The song samples from the 2000 song “Project B***,” from the supergroup Cash Money Millionaires,…More

Russell Crowe got drunk and bought a dinosaur head from Leonardo DiCaprio

Rich movie stars spend their money exactly how you’d think. Russell Crowe, for instance, dropped $35,000 on a dinosaur head he saw sitting on display in Leonardo DiCaprio’s house. Just like that. “I bought it for my kids, and you know, cut myself a little bit of slack here, there was a bunch of vodka…More

‘Avengers: Endgame’ getting re-release in bid to dethrone ‘Avatar’

Marvel Studios will give “Avengers: Endgame” the push that it likely needs in a bid to surpass “Avatar” as the all-time worldwide box-office champ by reissuing the movie with additional footage. At a press junket for “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” Marvel chief Kevin Feige told that the three-hour film would be re-released with a…More

Greta Gerwig’s upcoming film adaptation of ‘Little Women’ looks amazing

Greta Gerwig has filmed a remake of “Little Women,” Louisa May Alcott’s classic book about four humble sisters named Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy growing up outside Civil War–era Boston. Vanity Fair offered a behind the scenes peek of the Massachusetts set, near where Alcott and her three sisters grew up. Gerwig heavily researched the…More