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Another Prestigious Honor for Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks certainly has plenty of awards and prizes on his mantle, but none quite like this:  This week Garth received an honor from his Nation: The Library of Congress Prize for Popular Song, also known as the Gershwin Prize.

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #215 Friday 03/06/20

We’re keeping it positive with Bible Camp songs and a Bull Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories a guy in quarantine says his kids are more exhausting than Coronavirus, a minor league baseball team is having “Say Yes To Crack” day celebrating plumbers, a guy gets pulled over for 27-year-old expired plates…

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So, Are You a Sophia or a Blanche?

Today we talk to Stephanie and Jeff from Des Moines. Stephanie is struggling because her mom is getting older and may need more help around the house and she thinks it would be best for her mom to move in with her and Jeff, but Jeff seems dead set against it. Stephanie says her mom…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #214 Thurs 03/05/20

Want to win a Family Vacation to Disneyland? Listen every day at 7am for the Disney Song of the Day! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a Wendy’s employee quits and escapes out the drive through, a girl can pop every joint in her body and puts it on Tik Tok, a new…

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Top 20 Hikes in Washington: Intro

I’m Natalie. You may also know me as Nat @ Nite, on weekends from Midnight-6am on 98.9 The Bull. I’ll give a little background on myself since I’m a pretty new face here at The Bull. I started this adventure in July last summer and I couldn’t be happier. I love, love country music. In fact I met my boyfriend, Chase, at Watershed, …

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Latest Coronavirus News

“Across the Way”: Jake Gyllenhaal sings about love in the age of quarantine

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Palo Alto Networks(NEW YORK) — Oscar-nominated actor Jake Gyllenhaal has showed a different side of his talents, posting to Instagram a song about love in the days of lockdown called “Across the Way.” The lilting, piano-driven composition was created as a part of the of the annual 24 Hour Plays Project, which is dedicated to bringing “together creative communities to produce …

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John Krasinski’s ‘Some Good News’ performs its first wedding, and reunites ‘The Office’ cast, for newlywed fans

ABC/Heidi Gutman(LOS ANGELES) — Sunday’s latest installment of John Krasinski’s web show Some Good News featured the requisite bits of light news amid the COVID-19 pandemic, like dance parties and a cute little girl who’s sending encouraging letters to people.  But its stand-out segment was a wedding that featured nearly the entire cast of The Office coming together for a pair of the sitcom’s superfans. Sure, …

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Survey says the average American has made six new friends via quarantine virtual hang-outs

iStock/LeoPatrizi(LOS ANGELES) — When you’ve binged all you can, what’s left to do during lockdown? Apparently, Americans have been getting pretty handy making friends via virtual hang outs.  A poll of 2,000 Americans commissioned by Evite finds the average American has made six new friends as a result of attending virtual gatherings. The unscientific poll from the company also says …

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Beer company providing high-tech assistance to facilitate quicker COVID-19 testing

Sierra Nevada(CHICO, CALIFORNIA) — It’s said that making beer is both an art and a science.  California-based Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is providing the latter, using its high-tech gear to to increase the availability of local COVID-19 testing. Sierra Nevada vice president Ken Grossman tells ABC Audio that the beer company’s cutting-edge PCR machines — a DNA amplifier normally used to ensure product …

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