Statt-us Update 5/22/20 – Today’s Headlines & More

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.
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New Coach Announced For F.C.Cincinnati

https://twitter.com/fccincinnati/status/1263544625266135040

Childcare, bars, large events: Slew of new reopening dates announced for Kentucky

Gov. Andy Beshear announced several more reopening dates for businesses Thursday as Kentucky moves forward with lifting pandemic-related restrictions.

On June 8, according to the governor, in-home childcare can return with 10 or fewer children. On June 15, center-based licensed child care programs can reopen to all families.

“Today is a day of really good news for many people. Child care is one of the areas we know is critical to reopening the economy. It is critical to parents and has been critical to our essential workers,” Cabinet for Health and Family Services Sec. Eric Friedlander said. “It’s always a balance between protecting ourselves and our families and going to back to being Healthy at Work.”

Beshear also announced bars, gatherings with 50 people or fewer and venues that hold 50 people or fewer can reopen June 29. Bars can also reopen June 29.

Additionally, auctions can resume June 1 and horse shows can resume June 8.

The full schedule of Kentucky’s reopening’s can be found HERE.

ESPN Is Following Up ‘The Last Dance’ With A Nine-Part Documentary About Tom Brady That We Were All Truly Clamoring For

The Last Dance wasn’t slated to premiere until June, but when sports stopped being a thing, a network that largely relies on them to survive opted to push up the release date a couple of months, and for the past five weeks, we got an unprecedented look at the life and personality of Michael Jordon

ESPN decided to make a Tom Brady, nine-episode series of his own called ‘Man in the Arena’.  We’ll find out when ‘Man in the Arena’ debuts at some point in 2021.

Ohio State Athletic Directors Says School Has Explored Possibility Of Hosting Over 20,000 Socially Distanced Fans For Football Games

“We have played a little bit with the social distancing concept and we know that probably would take us down south of 30,000 fans in the stands, actually closer to 20-22,000,” Smith said according to Yahoo Sports. “So we’ve played with that as a framework to start as we move forward and would ultimately be allowed to do.”

On paper the idea makes a lot of sense and follows certain guidelines that health officials have put forth over the past couple of months, but it would be far from easy to actually pull this type of thing off.

Celebrity Haircuts On TV 

Celebrities including Kelly Osbourne and Olympian Lindsey Vonn will attempt to cut their own hair on CBS. The one-hour special, Haircut Night in America will feature top stylists guiding viewers, celebs and frontline healthcare workers on how cut their own hair, which has, like the rest of us stuck in quarantine for the past few months, probably gotten a bit unruly. The special, which will air Friday, May 28th, will be hosted by Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn.

Aunt Becky Is Going To Jail

Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges in connection with the college admissions scandal. The actress, 55, has agreed to two months in prison, a $150,000 fine and two years of supervised release with 100 hours of community service. Giannulli, 56, has agreed to five months in prison, a $250,000 fine and two years of supervised release with 250 hours of community service. Both punishments are subject to the court’s approval.

Childcare, bars, large events: Slew of new reopening dates announced for Kentucky

Ohio, Ky. parks preparing for big Memorial Day weekend

Campgrounds in Ohio were allowed to reopen Thursday with restrictions in place. Some parks are reopening facilities, activities and rentals hoping for good business this Memorial Day weekend.

Winton Woods stopped charging fees to enter the park at the beginning of the pandemic and will continue that policy until further notice.

Camping fees remain the same.  Regulations include no more than six people from the same household at each campsite, no visitors and no mingling between sites.  The shower house will be open and frequently cleaned. The boathouse will remain closed, meaning no boat rentals.

Kentuckians will have to wait until June 11 to camp in the commonwealth, but recreational activities are open.

At AJ Jolly Park in Alexandria, for example, you can rent kayaks, paddle boards and bikes, while playgrounds and shelters remain closed.

Cincinnati announces safety plan for pools, rec centers to reopen

Go cliff jumping at this Indiana quarry