Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Donations In Memory Of Betty Patterson

A note from Romaine on the passing today of her mother Betty:

Anyone, who has ever heard me talk about my mom Betty knows what a wonderful and beautiful person she was. Her greatest loves in life have been her family and her work within the Tongue River community. When my mom first moved to Ranchester, WY she took a job in a small one room library. Over 23 years she built that library up one book at a time until she had a library that was so used and needed that they had to expand into a larger space. Betty loved books and often could read a book in single day.

She has asked that any charitable donations in her memory be made to that library in Ranchester, WY which as luck may have it is now expanding into an even larger space and is looking for donations to complete its renovations. Betty loved that little library and took so much pride in it. So please help me and the entire Patterson family honor Betty's memory by making a donation (in lieu of flowers) to the Tongue River Branch Library that she loved so dearly.

Donations can be sent to:

Tongue River Branch Library
P.O. Box 909
Ranchester, WY 82839

In the Memo please put: In memory of Betty Patterson

Our family thanks you.
-Romaine and the rest of that crazy Patterson crew.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


Penthouse Pets Jelena Jensen and Sabrina Maree
joined us in the studio for some dirty fun

Sabrina Maree
Jelena Jensen

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Rosie Radio Holiday Craft Contest

Derek and Romaine are participating in the Rosie Radio Holiday Craft Contest. What do they have to do? Use at least one of each of the items in the box of supplies to make some kind of craft. The craft must be completed by Monday, December 6th and all of them will appear on for voting!

Derek filmed this preview in the Winter Room to give you a sneak peek of what is to come!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Holiday Movie Picks from Derek and Steve Hayes!

Steve Hayes, Tired Old Queen At The Movies dropped by the show to talk about his favorite holiday movies. Here are some of them:

Miracle on 34th Street (Special Edition) The 1947 version with Edmund Gwenn and a young Natalie Wood is the first and best version of the classic story of a young girl who doesn't believe in Santa Claus and the department store employee who believes that he is.

Meet Me In St. Louis (Two-Disc Special Edition)
This Judy Garland classic follows a year in the changing life of a family at the turn of the century in St. Louis in the seasons leading up to the World's Fair. The film contains the holiday classic "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" in one of the great holiday scenes ever filmed.

Truman Capote's A Christmas Memory - ABC Stage 67 (l966)
This is Steve Hayes' favorite holiday film, rare and made for TV in the 1960s. Based on writer Truman Capote's adventures as a child.

It's a Wonderful Life (60th Anniversary Edition)
The Jimmy Stewart classic about a down on his luck man who gets to see what his life would be like if he had never been born. Guaranteed to make you cry!

Holiday Inn (Special Edition) & White Christmas (Anniversary Edition)
The original launched the song "White Christmas" which was the biggest selling song of all time for fifty years. The splashing big color sequel of sorts White Christmas is splashy and kinda gay. Is that a drag version of the song Sisters? Yes! Also includes current DNR favorite classic song: Snow!

Christmas in Connecticut
This Barbara Stanwyck classic is Derek's favorite holiday film. Dennis Morgan is a sailor who dreams of spending Christmas with America's domestic diva Barbara Stanwyck, only she is a fake living in a tiny Manhattan apartment. Can this regular gal fake her way through a very Martha Christmas? Wonderful fun.

Midnight (Universal Cinema Classics)
It isn't a Christmas movie, but it is one of Derek's top ten favorite films of all time. And it is Steve Hayes' pick this week for his Tired Old Queen At The Movies series. Looking for a fun holiday gift this year? Midnight is a film to love!