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WSGW Morning Team Show: October 7, 2019 (Monday)

It’s a WSGW Monday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

 

 

 

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Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     If you are going to invite Snoop Dogg to the party, you should know what kind of party it’s going to be, as the University of Kansas found out, and is not apologizing for (runs 4:53)…..
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Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     You would never know it by the announcer of the amazing/incredible/unbelievable ending to the Ashland – Grand Valley football game over the weekend (runs 2:23)…..
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A fun update on a story we had (and everybody had) a few months ago…..

BOSTON (AP) _ A boy who charmed the world by exclaiming “Wow!“ at the end of  a classical music performance was a special guest of the orchestra that inspired his delight.

The Boston Globe reports 9-year-old Ronan Mattin, of New Hampshire, and his grandparents attended a dress rehearsal at Boston’s Symphony Hall on Thursday as the Handel & Haydn Society prepared for its new season that started Friday.

The venerable orchestra launched a search for the “Wow Child“ after the May concert using audio of the moment captured by WCRB-FM.
Handel & Haydn President David Snead has said it was one of the most wonderful moments he has ever had in a concert hall.

Ronan’s grandmother says her grandson listens to classical music at home and will eventually begin playing instruments.

 

 

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Why is this city moving up its “Trick or Treat” times to 4:30-6:00pm?

METHUEN (CBS) — The city of Methuen said trick-or-treating will take place from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Halloween this year. The change comes after the season’s high Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) threat.

“The 6:00 pm end time will ensure that activities can be finished before dusk to address any concerns about mosquito exposure,” said Mayor James Jajuga in a statement. “The City is acting out of an abundance of caution to ensure that children can enjoy Halloween safely.”

The risk level for EEE in Methuen has been critical since a horse died of the disease there in August.

It is recommended that residents still take their own precautions against mosquito-borne illnesses, such as wearing bug spray and long clothing.

Some of the EEE threat could be irradicated with the first frost this weekend.

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Wake Up Song of the Day:     Diahann Carroll “The Sweetest Sounds“.    Diahann died last Friday at age 84.

 

 

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