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DJs Go Bald for World Peace

Joe Ferrero says goodbye to his locks on the radio.

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Yesterday the entire cast of El Show de Enrique y Joe on La Kalle 98.3 FM shaved their heads on-air to promote world peace.

"With the violence reigning in Colombia and Venezuela, the war in Iraq and the fact that the Dalai Lama has threatened to resign if peace in Tibet is not restored, I ask that as my birthday wish, my colleagues join me in shaving our heads," said Joe Ferrero, who turned 40 years old.

Shock jocks with sensitive souls? Howard Stern's acclaimed sweetness has nothing on the goofy and popular radio jocks that returned to Miami airwaves last week. See the other reasons why the New Times hearts Enrique and Joe in this week's story.

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