Keeler Show Notes for Monday, April 6th, 2015
Monday, April 6th, 2015
Today is the opening day of baseball! We will also talk to the first candidate for City Court Judge, Chris Giruzzi, and Mighty John "The Record Guy" will give us his most valuable albums of the Spring!
- The College basketball National Champion game is tonight and we talk about the events of the weekend surrounding it. 'SNL' also had a huge weekend and we're looking forward to the Utica Comets last few home games and playoff games.
- The budget is passed in NY State and we talk about the big winners and losers. We also talk about some local and national news stories. There were a lot of fails...
- The NFL has hired the first female official. We also get the Weather Channel forecast from our man Ray Stagich!
- We talk a little bit more about Andrew Harrison of Kentucky and the huge upset by Wisconsin.
- How far is too far when it comes to talking about heavier women? We talk about Kelly Clarkson and the comments about her weight.
- We discuss Easter dinner and the state budget with regards to consolidation.
- Tax Day is right around the corner and you need to be prepared! We also announce some more winners for our 'People's Choice Awards - CNY.'
Chris Giruzzi - City Court Judge Candidate
- Chris Giruzzi is running for the Utica City Court Judge vacancy that will exist when Judge Balzano retires.
Dominick Nicotera - MVCC
- Dominick is in to promote a boxing event being held at MVCC to benefit veterans.
Mighty John "The Record Guy" - Spring Special
- Mighty John gives us 10 records that together value over $50,000!
Paul Fostini - AX Tactical
- Paul is with AX Tactical and they are a firearms pro shop. They pride themselves on customer service. The retail store is small, but they do custom refinishing and building. For more information visit http://axtactical.com.
- We play our new favorite game...Stump Rondenelli. Our contestant is Greg from Ilion and he is a WINNER!
- Brandon is on to give his picks for tonight's National Championship game tonight after going 2-0 for the Final Four games.