The First Day of July, the Middle of the Year, on the WSGW Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..
It’s “Take Your Dog to Work Day” at AlphaMedia
This is Debrina at our front desk with her small hors – dog, Harley (make that DOG)
After the 7:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat covered (runs 6:26):
- New Jersey was the Sport Betting King in May (even more than Nevada)
- No surprise this former White House representative is writing a book
- Independence Day is Thursday, and WSGW has a special program for you in the morning, and Fireworks coverage at night, brought to you by Koegel’s
Next Monday, July 8, is “Outdoor Night with Mike Avery” at the Great Lakes Loons Game
You can meet Mike Avery, “Outdoor Magazine” radio host heard on 100.5 Saturday morning 9-Noon and Sunday morning 9-Noon on 790.
WSGW’s Art Lewis will be with Mike, too!
Get your tickets with this link to the Loons.
DETROIT (AP) – Martha Reeves, The Temptations and Ne-Yo will celebrate the 60th anniversary of Motown Records with a concert later this year. So will The Four Tops, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, Big Sean and Kem.The Motown Museum in Detroit will host the concert September 22. It will hold a gospel concert the day before.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – For the second week in a row, “Toy Story 4“ is the nation’s top movie. But the biggest box office news of the weekend is about the movie that finished not in first or second place, but third. That was “Yesterday”, the romantic comedy about a man who finds he’s the only person who remembers the music of the Beatles, and presents the tunes as his own. That movie took in an estimated $17 million over the weekend. That’s much higher than the meager amount it was expected to take in. Meanwhile, “Toy Story 4″ has added $57.9 million to its domestic total. So far globally the movie has taken in nearly a half billion dollars.
NEW YORK (AP) – In the latest embarrassment for the New York Mets, the team has publicly apologized to two living members of its 1969 World Series championship team who were included in a video montage of dead players during the 50th anniversary celebration.With a message that filled up one Citi Field scoreboard about 15 minutes before last night’s game against Atlanta, the Mets expressed deep regret to Jim Gosger and Jesse Hudson for displaying their names and images in error during the “We Remember“ segment of Saturday’s ceremony.The club says it has spoken with both former players to apologize and wants to thank them along with their families and friends for their “gracefulness and understanding.“The 76-year-old Gosger had 16 plate appearances for the 1969 Mets and returned to the team from 1973-74. Hudson, 70, pitched two innings for the ’69 club in his only major league game.Another apology may need to follow. On the scoreboard last night, the Mets misspelled Hudson’s first name as “Jessie.“