Monday, May 2nd, 2016


6 AM Hour


Nick Woodman has been invited to participate in the New York Giants minicamp.

Larry Wilmore was the host of the White House Correspondents' Dinner.  He got some criticism.   President Barack Obama made a Hillary Clinton/Harriet Tubman joke, saying that he is looking forward to earning "lots of Tubmans" at Goldman Sachs..

It was supposed to be Ted Cruz's big moment; and it still might be in Indiana.  Fox News' Jeff Monosso discusses Election 2016.

Sunday is Mother's Day.

A woman died in Boston after she was hit while driving a scooter, allegedly by a "duck boat."

Starbucks is being sued after a woman in Illinois claimed that there was too much ice in her 24-ounce cup of cold beverage.


Producer Andrew talks about his experience working at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in Orlando.  He says it all happens underground.

7 AM Hour

Nick Woodman is in studio.  He has an agent now.  He is working with the New York Giants right now.

Professor Allan Saxe from the University of Texas at Arlington.  He talks about Donald Trump's more presidential tune.


Happy birthday to:

  • Florence DeTraglia from East Utica
  • Zada Eksic from Utica
  • Darwin King from Clinton
  • Mark Salerno from Marcy

The certificate for a birthday cake from the Florentine Pasty Shop in Utica goes to: Zada Eksic.  Congratulations!


On Time Warner Cable's "Capital Tonight" host Liz Benjamin asked 22nd Congressional District candidate David Gordon about the seriousness of his candidacy, especially given the fact that he has raised $66 for his campaign.

We discuss the new Central New York area code.

Adam in New Hartford tries to win the Free Money Question of the Day.


8 AM Hour

Donna Schonewetter joins us with students from the "Entertainment Industries" (EI) class at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School.

Trooper Jack Keller from the New York State Police

Pat Radel and Mary Radel are in studio.  Their son, Mark Radel, has Down Syndrome.  He is making his silver scrren debut alongside Academy Award-winning actors.  He has a role in "Demolition" and "Manhattan Night."


Mark Caswell, Jr. from the Utica Comets talks about the end of the 2015-2016 AHL season.



Enjoy your day!






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