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Join us for the 2021 Race Against Racism – Virtual 5K

Join us for the 2021 Race Against Racism – Virtual 5K

WARM 103.3 is teaming up with the Lancaster YWCA to bring you the 2021 Race Against Racism A 5K race cannot end racism but naming the need to create change and working together can make a difference. All proceeds from the Race Against Racism will support the Center for Racial and Gender Equity (CRGE) and our community…More

Listen Live

Listen Live

We’re making it even easier for you to stay connected and listen live to WARM 103.3 wherever you go! Besides tuning in on your radio, you can also stream us your favorite station through your computer, smartphone, tablet, and your smart speaker.   RADIO If you are in or near the York-Lancaster-Hanover-Gettysburg broadcast area, tune your…More

60 Minutes Commercial Free to Start your Workday

60 Minutes Commercial Free to Start your Workday

WARM 103.3 is making the start to your workday even brighter… with a 60-Minute Music Marathon! That’s 60 minutes of commercial-free music starting just before 9am with WARM 103.3’s Workday Kickoff, beginning right after Liz & Chris in the morning. We always have more commercial free music when you are at work on WARM 103.3’s At…More

Hit the Diva Drive Thru for your Lunch Break on WARM 103.3

Hit the Diva Drive Thru for your Lunch Break on WARM 103.3

WARM 103.3’s Diva Drive Thru gives you a whole set of songs every day at noon by the ladies who make music great! Taylor Swift….. Katy Perry… Adele… Rihanna…. Meghan Trainor all here along with your favorite throwback artists…. Madonna… Christina Aguilera…. Alanis Morrisette…. Britney Spears and Stevie Nicks. It’s your music…and your artists..everyday at…More

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‘The Resident’ is tackling real-world medical issues

‘The Resident’ is tackling real-world medical issues

According to “The Resident” showrunner and executive producer Andrew Chapman, there was a time when the medical drama took some heat from those in the field. “We were really the first show to show problems in medicine and to really attack them and we took a lot of flack from doctors all across the country…More

Robert De Niro leg injury won’t hamper Scorsese production

Robert De Niro leg injury won’t hamper Scorsese production

Robert De Niro injured his leg on location, but the show will go on. A rep for the legendary actor provided a statement to CNN about the incident on Friday. “While at his on-location home in Oklahoma for the filming of Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon,” Robert De Niro injured his quadriceps muscle…More

Singer Tank reveals he’s going deaf

Singer Tank reveals he’s going deaf

R & B singer Tank is speaking out about losing his hearing, in an effort to help others who may face similar problems. The 45-year-old crooner and actor best known for tunes like “Maybe I Deserve” and “When We” took to his verified Instagram account to post a video about what he’s been going through,…More

‘Pride’ offers snapshots in the battle for LGBTQ rights across the decades

‘Pride’ offers snapshots in the battle for LGBTQ rights across the decades

“Pride” offers an off-the-beaten-track history of LGBTQ experiences and activism in the US from the 1950s to the present, with different filmmakers undertaking each decade/episode. Even diced up that way it’s a lot to cover, most effective when it comes to highlighting key individuals and moments than connecting those dots. Indeed, the format of this…More

‘Spiral’ strands Chris Rock in a not-quite ‘Saw’ sequel that goes down the drain

‘Spiral’ strands Chris Rock in a not-quite ‘Saw’ sequel that goes down the drain

Following his dramatic TV turn in “Fargo,” Chris Rock expands his portfolio again with “Spiral: From the Book of Saw,” an extension on the eight-movie-old “Saw” franchise. But this attempt to stitch together the horror staple and a “Seven”-like detective thriller flatly misfires, yielding a not-sequel that finally feels like putting lipstick on a pig…More

Amy Adams in ‘The Woman in the Window’ is a poor reason to stay indoors

Amy Adams in ‘The Woman in the Window’ is a poor reason to stay indoors

“The Woman in the Window” dispenses with an on-screen nod to Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” early, explained by its protagonist’s love of old movies. Yet sitting through this baffling, long-on-the-shelf thriller starring Amy Adams, the clips mostly serve as a subtle cue you’d be better off watching those films instead of this poor reason to…More

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Liz’s Dirt

Friday’s Dirt

Remember when Ellen owned those ‘toxic workplace’ rumors? Well, she’s backtracking. Now she’s claiming it was the ‘misogynistic press.’ She feels it was ‘too coordinated.’ So why did 3 people lose their jobs than? I know Chris has been waiting on this, we finally have a date for the ‘Friends’ reunion. The special will air…

Thursday’s Dirt

Ellen announced to her staff in a last minute meeting on Tuesday that she was ending her show after 19 seasons. She plans to do an interview with Oprah today but says this was the plan all along and it has nothing to do with the ‘toxic workplace’ rumors. Tiffany Haddish is a favorite to…