Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.
Anonymous Businessperson Has Paid Off The Farm’s IRS Debt
The Freedom Are Now Florence Y’ALLs
Move Over Baby Yoda, Here Comes Baby Jabba
Payless Is Planning To Open After Bankruptcy
Nearly three years after Payless Shoe Source filed for bankruptcy the first time and one year after it filed a second time and closed all its locations , there is some good news for American-based Payless shoppers.
In a news release , the discount shoe store says it has emerged from voluntary Chapter 11 protection, appointed a new executive management team and is pursuing a new strategy in 2020, which includes a plan to return to the United States.
“We intend to leverage Payless’ existing infrastructure, which is best in class and already includes product design and development, distribution, marketing, and a strong relationship with major footwear manufacturers,” Margolis said. “Thus providing the new Payless with the ability to be nimble, innovative, and to fast-track our biggest growth opportunity: The United States.”
Luke Combs Is Set To Make His Debut On Saturday Night Live
Luke Combs is set to make his debut on Saturday Night Live. The rising country superstar will perform on the iconic sketch comedy program on Feb. 1.
HBO Creating An Animated Series About The ROYALS
Basket-Brawl In NCAA
A massive brawl marred the end of Kansas’ 81-60 win over rival Kansas State last night, with players from both teams throwing punches as the stunned crowd at Allen Fieldhouse looked on.
2% Milk May Significantly Speed Up Aging
Another study investigating the effects of dairy on human health and aging has found that swapping typical 2-percent milk for the lower-fat 1-percent milk has a noticeable positive impact on one’s rate of aging. The study joins an existing body of research on dairy and its potential impact on everything from acne to aging and the development of cancer. The Study Said:
“It was surprising how strong the difference was. If you’re going to drink high-fat milk, you should be aware that doing so is predictive of or related to some significant consequences.”
The new study out of Brigham Young University, found that switching from 2-percent to 1-percent milk is ‘significantly’ linked to longer telomeres and slower aging.
Ozzy Osbourne Reveals He Has Parkinson’s Disease
Ohio State Punter Drue Chrisman Raises A Bunch Of Money For Australian Wildfire Relief By Setting Bottle-Flipping World Record
He is pretty amazing at bottle flipping.
Water bottle flipping isn't dead pic.twitter.com/zraTNiiOll
— Drue Chrisman (@DChrisman91) July 7, 2017