Zeoli Show Log 10.12.15Rich discussed Happy Indigenous People's Day, Chase Utley's suspension, the upcoming Democratic debate and memorable moments from SNL this weekend. He also discussed an elderly woman stealing from Whole Foods, President Obama's 60 minutes interview, the GOP's desire to have Paul Ryan run for speaker of the House, and Halloween banned at a Connecticut school. At 3:30pm, Rich spoke with Mark Antonio Wright from the National Review about Columbus Day.
Group Honors Columbus While Recognizing A Complicated HistoryThere were two wreath laying ceremonies to commemorate Columbus Day in the city this morning.
WEATHER: A Beautiful Columbus DayFor those of you that have off for Columbus Day, you couldn't have asked for a nicer one!
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 12Chris discussed President Obama addressing Hillary Clinton's email scandal on 60 minutes, Saturday Night Live tackling gun violence, and Chase Utley being suspended for a hard slide that broke the leg of Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada. He talked with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00 about the importance of political battle to be the next Speaker of the House and Beasley Reece at 8:00 about the Eagles win over the Saints.
Other Cities Changed The Name, But Philadelphians Celebrate Columbus Day With ParadeWhile two American cities have decided to remove Christopher Columbus' name from the holiday, Philadelphia is sticking with tradition.
Would Columbus Day Ever Be Renamed In Philadelphia?Officials in two major U.S. Cities this year voted to rename Columbus Day "Indigenous People's Day" -- How does that fly in South Philadelphia?
Thousands Take To Streets For Columbus Day ParadeDrill teams, drum lines and civic clubs marched down South Broad Street Sunday to celebrate Columbus Day.
Getaway: Columbus Day EscapesThis Columbus Day, ponder a getaway to places associated with the “Admiral of the Ocean Sea.”
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: The Spanish Town Where Columbus Got BankrolledAs the Columbus Day weekend arrives, Jay Lloyd recalls a getaway he and his wife took to one of the most significant towns in the explorer’s quest for royal support.