Roni Lyn

Roni Lyn

All the hip guys and dolls hang out with Roni Lyn mid-days.

Roni Lyn is a native of State College, born and raised. She’s lived here all her life except for a 6 year stint as a Navy wife. She loves to travel and has lived in Mississippi, California and on Guam, where she witnessed 2 typhoons and endured 4 days with out electricity after each storm.

She loves the oldies, especially Pat Benatar, Journey, REO Speedwagon, Heart. Her favorite song is Invincible, by Pat Benatar.

She also loves watching football with her family and friends and has an awesome touchdown dance that she performs when her favorite team scores.

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FLASHBACK: THE ROLLING STONES RELEASE THEIR DEBUT ALBUM

FLASHBACK: THE ROLLING STONES RELEASE THEIR DEBUT ALBUM

It was 54 years ago today (April 16th, 1964) that the Rolling Stones released their self-titled debut album. The collection, which was based around the Stones’ stage act at the time, featured covers of Bobby Troup‘s “Route 66,” Willie Dixon‘s “I Just Want To Make Love To You,” Jimmy Reed‘s “Honest I Do,” Bo Diddley‘s “Mona (I Need You Baby),” Chuck Berry‘s […]
On This Day In History (02/26/18)

On This Day In History (02/26/18)

1932, Johnny Cash was born. 1935, Babe Ruth was released by the New York Yankees to sign with the Boston Braves. 1936, Adolf Hitler opened the first factory for the production of the “People’s Car,” the Volkswagen, in Saxony, Germany. 1952, Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that Britain had developed its own atomic bomb. 1965, Norman Butler was arrested for the murder of Malcolm X. 1977, “New […]
On This Day In History (2/20/18)

On This Day In History (2/20/18)

1792, President George Washington signed an act creating the U.S. Post Office. 1809, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the power of the federal government is greater than that of any individual state. 1862, President Abraham Lincoln’s 11-year-old son Willie died from fever, probably caused by polluted drinking water in the White House. Lincoln was plunged into deep despair and grief. […]