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Fitz in the Morning Episode #274 Friday 05/29/20

Between Space Force, SpaceX and Sconenik-One, we are ready for an Out of This World Weekend! We get it started with a Friday Bull-Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a man named Ben Dover is arrested, a mom accidentally flashes her kid’s 1st grade class on Zoom, a naked guy vandalizes a…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #273 Thursday 05/28/20

It’s a Great American Rite of Passage as Fitz spent yesterday afternoon trying to get his son Cash’s remote control airplane out of a tree. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a man angry that a burger restaurant reopened went there and threw sewage around, a man broke into a bank just to…

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The Bull’s Top Eight Burger Joints in Washington State!

Ryder Here!  It's National Hamburger Day so we've put together a list of what you say are your favorite Northwest Burger Joints.  Do you agree with the list? Did we miss out on some better local Burger Joints? Let us know so we can add 'em to the list and then go try 'em all out!

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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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Latest Coronavirus News

Andrea Bocelli confirms he recovered from COVID-19 and donated plasma

PIERO CRUCIATTI/AFP via Getty Images(MILAN) — Andrea Bocelli has confirmed that he’s recovered from COVID-19. The Italian tenor, who delivered an uplifting Easter performance in Milan when his whole country was in lockdown last month, revealed the news in a statement obtained by ABC News. “The pandemic which has shaken the world has also affected — albeit mildly — me …

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Hotel using COVID-19-emptied rooms to shine encouraging messages to the world

Daniel Sergei/Sergei Photography – @sergeiphoto(VIRGINIA) — Like many hotels, the DoubleTree Hotel in Northern Virginia has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s turning lemons into lemonade by using the lights in its unsold rooms to spell out encouraging messages.  The Washington Post reports hotel management wanted to “illuminate messages of hope” to commuters on Interstate 395 between Virginia and …

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Fred Armisen debuts his “optimistic” travel show, in which he doesn’t leave his home

NBC(LOS ANGELES) — Saturday Night Live and Portlandia veteran Fred Armisen is in lockdown, like millions of other Americans, but that didn’t stop him from creating a new travel show.  As part of Peacock’s Seth Macfarlane-hosted At-Home Variety Show, Armisen’s offering, titled Fred Hopes to Travel to the Cool Part of Town, has him video-chatting with people all over the world, looking for unique places in countries. The first …

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