The WSGW Thursday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

 

Now through Saturday, Heat Advisories indicated by Orange and Heat Warnings indicated by purple.

 

 

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Charlie, Dave, and Pat:   Yesterday, the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational officially started, and Dave describes how it began (runs 5:47)…..
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Charlie and Dave and Pat:   Charlie and his can/bottle return story to raise funds for the Saginaw Township South Little League Junior All-Star Team to compete in the State Tournament in Grand Rapids (runs 3:10)…..

 

 

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Charlie and Dave and Pat:   THIS will make you feel old (runs :58)…..

 

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Paul McCartney to do something brand new…..

LONDON (AP) – Paul McCartney is writing his first stage musical, an adaptation of the classic movie “It’s a Wonderful Life.“

The ex-Beatle is collaborating with “Billy Elliot“ playwright Lee Hall and West End producer Bill Kenwright.
McCartney said he’d never considered writing a musical, but after meeting Kenwright and Hall three years ago, “found myself thinking this could be interesting and fun.“

Frank Capra’s 1946 film tells the story of George Bailey, a small-town banker wracked with regret who is shown the value of his life by a guardian angel.

Producers say they are aiming for a late 2020 launch.

 

 

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If you visit Berkeley, you should know there are some words you can’t use anymore…..
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) – Officials in Berkeley, California have taken steps to make sure people use gender-neutral words.   The city has passed an ordinance to replace some common terms with those that don’t favor men.
Gone is the use of “manhole” – the city code will now refer to them as “maintenance holes.”   Same goes for “manpower;” it will be replaced with “workforce.”   
In all, more than two dozen commonly used terms are being replaced with gender-neutral forms.   The changes have
had wide support in a city that has a long history of being on the leading edge of political and socially liberal issues. But critics have suggested that the city council spend time on more important matters.
 
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Wake Up Song of the Day:     Amazing Rhythm Aces “Third Rate Romance“.   Russell Smith dead at age 80.

 

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