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.
New Netflix wedding series to feature Cincinnati hotels
Three Cincinnati hotels take center stage in a new Netflix series set to premiere this week.
The Summit Hotel, The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza and Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza are two of several locations featured on Netflix’s upcoming show “Say I Do,” a reality show where four experts help couples plan surprise weddings in less than a week, according to a news release. The series will begin streaming July 1.
Why Can’t We Find Kahn’s Anymore?
Kahn’s hot dogs have been a Cincinnati favorite for generations, even being named the official hot dog of the Cincinnati Reds.
But as we approach the Fourth of July, many grocery shoppers are asking: What happened to them?
Brad Paisley Surprises a Kentucky Farmer
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles heading back to the big screen with new CG movie reboot produced by Seth Rogen and Nickelodeon
It’s unclear if Rogen will also act in the upcoming CG action flick. No casting details have been released yet for the upcoming CG reboot. Not much other info about the project but I will let you know if I find anything new.
squad up! generations of Turtles pic.twitter.com/QAi9IQN4rC
— TMNT (@TMNT) June 30, 2020
He hasn’t played in MLB in nearly two decades. One team is paying him $1.2 million a year until 2035
The former slugger retired in 2001 with the St. Louis Cardinals, but he has been collecting a check of nearly $1.2 million from the Mets every year on July 1 for almost a decade.
The deal is part of a contract negotiated by Bonilla’s agent Dennis Gilbert, which will pay Bonilla $1,193,248.20 every year until 2035. Bonilla, a former All-Star who last played with the Mets in 1999, will be 72 when his contract with the team expires.
Schools respond as student-athletes test positive for COVID-19
Ozark will END after fourth and final season
They're going to go out with a bang.
Ozark will be back with an expanded 14-episode final season. pic.twitter.com/otIoUeTXyH
— Netflix (@netflix) June 30, 2020