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.
Pennsylvania Woman Finds Squirrel’s Winter Stock Of Walnuts, Grass Under Hood
“My wife called me from Northland Library and said that her car smelt like it was burning, and was making a weird sound. I told her to pop the hood, and this is the picture that she sent me! I was at Shorkey on McKnight after getting towed (my truck has 4000 miles on it) because it started to shake when accelerating and the check engine light was on. I got a rental and headed over to clean out over 200 (not an exaggeration) walnuts and grass from under the hood. It took almost an hour, and we were able to clean it enough to take it to Tevis Auto Service (thanks for getting us in so quick!) to check it out.”
BLINK: How To Get There, Where To Park & What To See
WOAH! Hundreds of thousands of BLINK fans visited our website today causing it to overload. It’s currently down but we’re working on getting it fixed ASAP! In the meantime, download the BLINK Cincinnati app for helpful info. #BLINKcincinnati pic.twitter.com/TNI0oI16Pk
— BLINK Cincinnati (@BLINKcincy) October 10, 2019
HGTV’s ‘Property Brothers’ Want To Do ‘Golden Girls’ House Next
HGTV’s “Property Brothers” have their eyes set on their next project: Dorothy, Blanche, Rose and Sophia’s house.
Coming off the success of “A Very Brady Renovation” — which brought the “Brady Bunch” kids together to restore the sitcom house to its 1970s glory (they had to fight off Lance Bass on the way) — bros Drew and Jonathan Scott stopped by “The Kelly Clarkson Show” to talk about their next nostalgia-driven refurb.
“So, we’re thinking next, the ‘Golden Girls’ house,” said Drew, 41, as the studio audience erupted into cheers. Clarkson, 37, also approved.
“Here’s my thing, man, they keep remaking everything,” she said. “I want them to remake ‘Golden Girls,’ like ‘Designing Women’ — one of them, come on!”
“I will play Blanche!” Drew chimed in.
“The Golden Girls” starred Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty and revolved around a group of gals sharing their sunset years under one roof. The classic sitcom earned 58 Emmy nominations — and 11 wins — during its original run from 1985 to 1992.
Alas, the “Golden Girls” house — which was in Miami in the show but is actually in Los Angeles at 245 N. Saltair Ave. — is not currently on the market (Trulia estimates its value at just over $3 million). But maybe the interview will inspire the owners of the 2,901-square-foot house to give their home another date with TV history.
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