Does this guy look dangerous to you? New York native,2x cancer survivor and musician Charlie Scopoletti was heading to Canada for the first time with his wife Elisa Gorman, who is a Trenton native, when their plans of touring in Canada were halted by an incident that happened 16 years ago!! An incident that involved an altercation when he was 22, charges had been dropped, but Scopoletti was unaware that there was a step he had missed in getting the record cleared.
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Mix97 Morning Show Hosts Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain speak with the duo.
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CARSON, Calif. — Kicking butt in the gym, confidence and … Canadian winters
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet says those were three keys to her spirited and inspiring victory at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games.
Finishing atop the women’s standings in the gruelling 13-event spectacle late last month at the StubHub Center (home of Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Galaxy), Leblanc-Bazinet earned $275,000 in prize money.
With the win, the University of Sherbrooke chemical engineering student also laid claim to the enviable title of “Fittest Woman on Earth.”
The region’s top three radio groups that own 10 FM music stations have stopped playing Bon Jovi songs here in a protest of the belief that the Toronto group he has aligned with may buy the Buffalo Bills and eventually move them north.
Mix97 Morning Show hosts Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain called Bill Lacy of Hits WHTT 104.5 in Buffalo to check his playlist.
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The 2014 Norm Carr Classic National Championship Dirt Track Motorcycle Races are Sat Aug 9th @ 7p Quinte Raceway in Belleville .
Gym towels are for more than mopping your sweaty brow, they make great workout tools too. You can tone your entire body, from arms to core, using just a towel with moves created by Madonna’s trainer, Nicole Winhoffer. Watch this video to learn four fun moves to incorporate into your fitness routine.
CHARLIE JOINS THE MIX97 MORNING SHOW THIS FRIDAY BEFORE HIS TOUR GETS STARTED IN OUR AREA.
In recent weeks the “ice-bucket challenge” has become an online craze that weds viral video and charitable fundraising. For those who have missed it, the premise is this: People, mostly on YouTube, post a video of themselves dumping a bucket of ice water over their heads. They then challenge others, by name, to do the same or else send a check to support a cause, often medical research. It’s a kind of digital chain letter for a good cause, and often the self-dousers donate money anyway. The list of famous folks who have joined the parade range from TV stars including Matt Lauer and Martha Stewart to pro golfers Michelle Wie and Greg Norman.