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.
NHL announces plans to resume season with 24-team playoff
The NHL season will resume this summer, directly into playoffs that will be contested in two “hub cities” for the duration of the tournament, Commissioner Gary Bettman announced Tuesday.
Cities being considered as playoff hosts are Chicago; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Edmonton, Alberta; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; St. Paul, Minnesota; Pittsburgh; Toronto; and Vancouver, British Columbia.
Bettman said that health safeguards will be “paramount” and that each hub city will have a “comprehensive system of testing.”
The only people allowed in the arenas would be players, coaches and a limited number of support staff members of the participating teams, the league said.
“Things are evolving rapidly, and when we decide on locations, we want it to be on the best available information,” Bettman said.
“The final determination [of hub cities] will depend on COVID-19 conditions, testing availability and government regulations,” he said.
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The Miami Dolphins Are Converting Hard Rock Stadium Into A Drive-In Theater
We are excited to announce an open-air and drive-in theater that will showcase classic @MiamiDolphins content, classic films, host commencement ceremonies and more.
These experiences will stay in accordance with social distance policies.
— Hard Rock Stadium (@HardRockStadium) May 26, 2020
Building the Perfect Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder
Josh Gad has been reuniting the cast of a classic film each week via Zoom on his Reunited Apart YouTube show. It started with The Goonies, then Back to the Future, and this week he gathered the cast and creators of the 1984 mermaid classic, Splash. Director Ron Howard joined stars Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah and others to reminisce about making the movie.
Car runs over turtle, propels it through another driver’s windshield on I-4
Reporter Caught Mask-Shaming While His Crew Weren’t Wearing Masks
MSNBC Reporter outrage over people not wearing Masks ..
Has to admit . .
His own MSNBC Camera Crew weren't wearing Masks..😂😂pic.twitter.com/2wshnHMSA3
— Lawyerforlaws (@lawyer4laws) May 26, 2020