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The True Story of the Tacoma Aroma

Hannah from Tacoma has asked Fitz for help with her boyfriend Robert who she says is always pointing out the way she smells. He says it’s not body odor so much as just a specific smell she has. She doesn’t smell it and neither do any of her friends and after about 4 months of…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #315 Monday 07/27/20

Happy Birthday Aunt Claire – we got you the Hottest Day of the Year! It’s Salute to Stanwood Week and we kick it off by talking to Mayor Elizabeth Callaghan! Keep listening for your name with our $100 Cash Mask! In the What Are You Kidding Me Stories, a man is facing two felonies for…

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Noah Graddis of the US Navy

Our military services are always ready to fight – they keep their skills sharp with training, discipline, and dedication to the cause. The very nature of warfare means you may not know what is coming, so you have to prepare for anything. Today we salute a sailor who is fighting a different kind of war,…

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Salute To Stanwood: The Lowdown Drifters are Proud Sons of Stanwood!

Welcome to 98.9 The Bull’s Salute to Stanwood! One of our favorite local bands, the Lowdown Drifters, are Proud Sons of Stanwood! The country folk rock band formed around a shared love of songwriting with the goal of furthering the tradition of Country Music. The Drifters built up a solid fan base and core group of original songs leading up …

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #314 Friday 07/24/20

Happy Birthday Momma Fitz! Let’s Get This Friday Started With a Kraken ‘n’ Mariners Bull-Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a woman pitching a fit over masks gets literally called “Karen” by bystanders, a man angry about masks at a donut shop throws his donuts, a man says his 5 “real doll”…

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REVIEW – “Radioactive”: Energetic History Lesson Bogged Down by Uneven Script

Out of all the subjects to make an Oscar-bait biopic, nobody would ever put pivotal Nobel Prize-winning scientist Marie Curie anywhere near the top of their list. And yet, that’d never stop Hollywood, or London’s equivalent to the Hollywood movie-making machine from making one. The results, much like the Madame’s experiments, beyond messy. In the 40s there was Greer Garson …

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Latest Coronavirus News

‘Riverdale,’ ‘The Flash’ and more set to resume production after COVID-19 shutdown

Katie Yu/The CW(VANCOUVER) — Things may be looking up for the new seasons of some of your favorite TV series.  Deadline reports shows that tape in Vancouver — including Riverdale, The Flash, The Good Doctor and most of the CW’s primetime lineup — have the go-ahead to resume production, according to the British Columbia government’s new COVID-19 production-restart plans.  However, …

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2020 MTV Movie & TV Awards postponed “indefinitely”

MTV(LOS ANGELES) — Bad news for those looking forward to the MTV Movie & TV Awards, chances of the award show taking place this year are now slim to none due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The show — formerly known as the MTV Movie Awards — was originally set to air later this month. Variety reports that, shortly after announcements came …

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New data suggest COVID-19 was present in China as early as the fall

iStock/AsiaVision(NEW YORK) — With over seven million people infected and 405,000 people dead due to COVID-19, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, researchers are trying to determine exactly when the first coronavirus infection happened.  Satellite data suggests that the pandemic may have taken hold a lot earlier than previously thought. A new Harvard Medical School study employed the same …

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Older men more at risk for COVID-19 infection but do less to prevent it, study finds

lada_maestro/iStock(NEW YORK) — Maybe it’s time to have a serious talk with grandpa about wearing that mask when he goes out.  A new study finds older men often do the least to protect themselves against COVID-19 infection, even though their age and sex places them among those most susceptible to infection. Georgia State University gerontology and psychology researcher Sarah Barber …

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