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Top Eight Burgers joints in Washington state!

  8.) Fish Tale Brew Pub in Olympia Opens Since 1993 the fish tale brew pub is Olympias’ oldest brewpub and has some amazing crafts brew and burgers. their public house burger is an instant classics 1/2 lb fresh ground chuck on kaiser roll along with thier signature tangy pub mayo is worth a stop in! 7.) Bob’s Burgers & …

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Stay-At-Home Means Your Own, Not All of Them

Reese from Federal Way has asked for help with her roommate Jeffrey. They are just friends, nothing romantic, and have always made great roommates, but quarantine may have brought an end to all that. Reese says ever since we were all ordered to stay at home, Jeffrey has been bringing more women home, than ever…

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The Good Stuff: Meet Community Hero Maureen McKenny

Bickford Ford Community Hero Maureen McKenny is featured on today’s Fitz in the Morning “The Good Stuff”.  78-year-old Maureen, who lives in Port Townsend, has been making masks for nurses and others in her community who are working on the Front Lines of our Nursing Homes. And despite being on a fixed income, Maureen is using her Federal Stimulus Check to pay for it all.  She is our Bickford Ford Community Hero for May!

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Returning Human Spaceflights to the USA

SpaceX is targeting Saturday, May 30 for Falcon 9’s launch of Crew Dragon’s second mission at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This test flight with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on board the Dragon spacecraft will return human spaceflight to the United States. Watch it here …

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #272 Wednesday 05/27/20

We are so excited about the SpaceX launch today - the first NASA Astronaut launch from US soil in nearly Ten Years – that Fitz spends today’s show refining plans for our camera-loaded orbiting space scone: Scone-Nik One! In the What Are You Kidding stories, a rumor in China claims Americans turn COVID casualties into…

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Thomas E. Cain of The US Army

An American soldier and serviceman is a hero to many. Often these brave men and women are the most revered by their family and friends, but usually the people who idolize them the absolute most are their children. Today we salute Staff Sergeant Thomas E. Cain of the United States Army. Gloria Cain asked me…

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Latest Coronavirus News

More than 2.1 million additional Americans file for unemployment

glegorly/iStock(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — An additional 2,123,000 Americans filed for unemployment in the week ending May 23, according to date released this morning by the U.S. Labor Department.  That brings to more than 40 million the total number of people who have filed for unemployment in the ten weeks since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and businesses began closing and subsequently laying …

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Wanda Sykes, Ray Romano and others unite for charity event, ‘Laughter in Lockdown’

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Wanda Sykes and Ray Romano are a few of the comedy stars gathering on Friday for the special one-night-only streaming event, Laughter in Lockdown. Proceeds from the two-hour event — presented by NY Laughs, in partnership with The Actors Fund, the national human services organization that provides a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals — will benefit struggling comedians and comedy …

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Woman uses WHAT when ordered to wear a face mask?

sdominick/iStock(KIEV) — A woman who was told she wouldn’t be served at a post office in Kiev, Ukraine without a face covering to protect against COVID-19 was able to get her errand done by using the closest thing she could find — her underwear. According to the U.K. website Metro, the woman can be seen on the post office’s closed-circuit TV …

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Over 100,000 people now dead from COVID-19 in US

iStock/ninjaMonkeyStudio (NEW YORK) — While the COVID-19 pandemic has sickened over 5.6 million people and killed more than 356,000 worldwide, in the U.S. death toll surpassed 100,000 on Wednesday. According to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, it’s estimated that at least 100,442 people have died from COVID-19 in the United States as of …

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