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.
Fresh Prince Reunion
The cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunited on Will Smith’s Snapchat series, just shy of the sitcom’s 30th anniversary in September. The two-part episode, featuring appearances by Smith, Alfonso Ribeiro, Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Daphne Maxwell Reid, Joseph Marcell, and DJ Jazzy Jeff, was released yesterday (Part 1) and today (Part 2) via Snapchat’s Discover page.
Fresh Prince Reunion: pic.twitter.com/vVYbrf4OhA
— ☁St.PatrickCloud☁ (@PatsOnYaBack) April 29, 2020
Kroger opens testing site in neighborhood with most COVID-19 cases in Cincinnati
‘Fuller House’ final episodes get debut date on Netflix
Mark your calendars because June 2 is the date.
Panegyri Greek Festival Canceled Amid coronavirus pandemic
Due to concerns with the coronavirus, Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church canceled this year’s Panegyri Greek Festival.
It was originally scheduled for June 26 – June 28.
“Our number one priority is the safety of our patrons and volunteers. The first Panegyri took place in 1975, and we celebrated our 45th festival last year,” the parish said.
The festival will not be rescheduled.
“Our thanks to all of the patrons, who have supported us over the years, and we look forward to celebrating our 46th festival in June of 2021,” the parish said.
Here is last year if you’d like to see what it was like:
— Daniel Priest (@danpriest76) June 30, 2019
Harrison Ford Improperly Crosses Runway, Air Traffic Control Pissed
— FiWEH Life (@fiweh) April 29, 2020
Harrison Ford made an error – he misheard an ATC instruction. But it seem the controller also made an error by failing to correct Ford after Ford’s erroneous read back of runway crossing instruction.
Mattel Toys Making Essential Worker Action Figures
#ThankYouHeroes – Mattel announced a new line of Fisher-Price toys that honor doctors and nurses titled #ThankYouHeroes. The line includes action figures and Little People Community Champions that pay homage to those fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. A selection of EMTs and delivery drivers are also represented. The five-character Little People set also includes a grocery store worker. The #ThankYouHeroes line is available for pre-order through May 31st. Each items retails for $20. All net proceeds from #ThankYouHeroes will go towards #FirstRespondersFirst, an initiative that supports first responders and healthcare workers.
Here’s to our heroes! Check out the new @FisherPrice #ThankYouHeroes collection designed to honor & give back to the healthcare heroes on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19, & to thank the everyday heroes keeping our communities up and running https://t.co/nTlR718Y7c pic.twitter.com/qynya7FBYA
— MATTEL (@Mattel) April 29, 2020
Loco 4 Local promotes sense of community in Springboro
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Mother-daughter duo sell masks, raise over $5K for Cincinnati Area Senior Services