It's one of the oldest mysteries in music. Who is Carly Simon's "You're So Vain" about? She's kept mum about the identity of the man for over 40 years, save for a few not very specific clues. But today, she straight up named a name.
It's a mystery that's been going for weeks here at the WOBM offices - about once a day, a car will drive by and blow the familiar first couple notes of "Dixie", made most famous by The Dukes of Hazzard.
Yesterday, I presented you with a mystery - there is a vehicle in Toms River that has been piquing the curiosity of almost the whole staff here at the WOBM offices. Today, we got a little closer to the answer.
On June 10, 2007, one of the most critically acclaimed TV series of all time came to an abrupt end. To the background of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin", the screen went dark, and "The Sopranos" went into TV history. Since then, there has been plenty of …