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Thaw out from winter’s cold with the Wibbage 94.3 Spring Break Getaway, February 28th to March 12th. Our thirteen day road trip includes round trip motor coach transportation to Orlando, with TEN nights in PRIME Florida during the most popular time of the year, and you choose how to enjoy the sunshine! Your centrally-located hotel, the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, is within walking distance of hundreds of shops, restaurants, movie theatres & attractions along the International Drive entertainment district, including the Pointe Orlando entertainment complex located directly across the street. Convenient, optional shuttle transportation is also available to the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios Florida, Seaworld Orlando, and more. Visit an attraction, do some shopping or sightseeing or just relax by one of the five pools. Baseball fans can opt for reserved seats to enjoy the sights & sounds of Grapefruit League spring training baseball, including games with the Phillies and the Yankees, with complementary round trip motor coach transportation right from your hotel. So, leave behind the winter parka and break out the summertime shorts with our Wibbage 94.3 Spring Break Getaway!

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Wibbage Classic Video Spotlight

"Thriller" by Michael Jackson

In the summer of 1983, Thriller had begun to decline in sales. Walter Yetnikoff and Larry Stessel answered calls throughout the night from Jackson. "Walter, the record isn’t No. 1 anymore," Yetnikoff recalls Jackson saying. "What are we going to do about it?" 'We’re going to go to sleep and deal with it tomorrow,'" Yetnikoff remembered answering. Jackson manager Frank DiLeo first mentioned the idea of making a third video, and pressed Jackson to consider the album’s title track. "It’s simple—all you’ve got to do is dance, sing, and make it scary," DiLeo recalls telling Jackson.

In early August, after seeing An American Werewolf in London, Jackson contacted John Landis to direct the video. At the time, commercial motion-picture directors did not direct music videos, but Landis was intrigued.

The music video was filmed at the Palace Theatre in downtown Los Angeles, the zombie dance sequence at the junction of Union Pacific Avenue and South Calzona Street in East Los Angeles and the final house scene in the Angeleno Heights neighborhood at 1345 Carroll Avenue. All principal photography was done in mid-October 1983.

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