Thursday, January 23, 2014

WIBX VIP Club Gripe of the Day is: Gangs
Hometown of the Day: Watertown
Newsmaker of the Day:  Captain and Tenniell
This Day in History:  click here

How Cold is it Out There?

Well, it's about 10 degrees warmer, but still below zero this morning.  It's still cold.

A lot of News Topics Out there

-Captain and Tennielle getting divorced, because of Obamacare?

-The proposed Syracuse Stadium with a retractable roof for the SU

-Glenn Beck sends letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over Conservative letter, even apologizes for dividing America

-Ted Nugent calls Obama a chimpanzee.

Here's what Nugent had to say to us when we spoke with him last February:

Photo: Kristine Bellino, WIBX

Photo: Kristine Bellino, WIBX

Oneida County Youth Gang Task Force

In studio: Steve Darman and Jim Franco say there is a problem in the area that needs to be addressed.

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Cuomo Story- Are we Suppressing the News?

There answer is:  That's stupid, we took calls.

Frank Meola Speaks.  Well, Not Really

We played a song parody.  I'll post it later when it's complete

HCCC is Now Herkimer College

It's a branding things.  College President Dr. Anne Marie Murray was on to discuss the change:

Lonnie Jenkins of the Utica Youth Bureau on Utica's Big Implosion

Lonnie is talking about the fact that Hoopla Frozen Yogurt is giving $1 for every frozen yogurt sold this week.  They're on North Genesee Street and next to the Marquee Cinemas in New Hartford:

Denise - a self-proclaimed Conservative On Air

Questioning our take on the Governor's comments about Conservatives:

Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente

Photo: Kristine Bellino, WIBX

Talking about the Gov's Conservative comments and the NYS budget.

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An Awesome Guest: NBA Hall of Famer and Senior VP of the Orlando Magic

Pat Williams was on talking about his new book, "How to Be Like Walt" - as in Walt Disney.  What a great guy to talk with and his "How to Be Like..." books are really good.  The book is available all over and there's more information on Pat's website: