Keeler Show Notes for Friday, May 15th, 2015
Friday, May 15th, 2015
Today we check in with Mark Caswell bright and early from the airport in Oklahoma City about the Utica Comets' big win last night. We will also chat with bar owner Brad Bohannan, who was featured on a hit Spike TV show, "Bar Rescue."
We open the show by talking to Mark Caswell from the Utica Comets. He is the Communications Director and he talks about last night's win and what a great place the team is in. Also, the legendary B.B. King has passed away.
A man has been arrested for allegedly mowing over a family of ducks with a lawn mower and, Bill says, he looks like Grizzly Adams. It leads to the discussion of how to take a proper mug shot and the fact that attractive people are more apt to get away with stuff.
Kevin in Utica is the contestant for our "Hat Trick" contest and he doesn't win the Comets tickets, but he gets a nice prize pack. We continue to mourn the loss of the legendary B.B. King and Ray Stagich joins us for the weather forecast.
Willie Waffle is our favorite movie reviewer and he talks to us about the weekend movies coming out and they are 'Pitch Perfect 2' and 'Mad Max: Fury Road.'
We cover a few news stories and talk about the new season of True Detective on HBO and we talk about the woman who didn't know she was pregnant until 37 weeks when she was on a airplane flight ready to give birth.
We talk with Brad Bohannan who is the owner of "Spirits on Bourbon" in New Orleans. His bar was featured on 'Bar Rescue' with Jon Taffer and he talks about the show and his experience with that and the new reality show that is being filmed there called "She's Got Game."
We take three contestants for our 'Hat Trick Contest' and nobody wins the Comets tickets, but we'll try and give those tickets away later on.
Hoola Hoop Fred is in studio today and he's a long-time friend of the Keeler Show and he talks about how Hoola Hoop reunited him with some old TV show tapes.
Assemblyman Marc Butler will be hanging out in studio with us for the hour. We have also have in studio this morning Dr. Richard Hughes who is the Central Valley Academy Superintendent. He is on to discuss the Building Project coming up and the state of the district and what the future holds.
We chat with Marc Butler and we review our conversation with Dr. Hughes about the optimistic future for CVA. Butler reflects on economic development. We also get Marc's opinion on John Flanagan.
We reflect again on the life and career of the late B.B. King who passed away last night. We talk about the time he was here in Utica and the fact that Joe Bonamassa opened of him. We then continue our discussion with Assemblyman Marc Butler about more issues including minimum wage and NY SAFE Act.
We play the 'Hat Trick' Contest and there is no winner yet for the Comets tickets for Monday night's game, but we will try again for a winner on Monday. JoJo also closes out the show with great picks for the Preakness Stakes this weekend.