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Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway analyze the weird patterns, the complex issues and the newest market crazes. Join the conversation every Monday and Thursday for interviews with the most interesting minds in finance, economics and markets.
 
In the most remote corners of the universe, away from the prying eyes of established law and order, there's always a Quest Inn. Time-traveller Chase Quarterly, Katherine Wilder the last Shentaur, and Bocky the idea rooster each have pasts they'd rather forget. With new guests dropping in every week, can these three unlikely friends keep their secrets hidden?
 
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Louisville Metro Councilman Anthony Piagentini says he will choose not to wear a mask in council meetings. Piagentini's decision has created social media debates with those who think he should mask up as COVID cases are on the rise.NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
When you think about building a new home, obviously you think of various constraints regarding land, labor, and raw materials. But, of course, you can't build a new home without other basics, like windows, sinks, and bathtubs (or showers). And, just like everything else, these are now in short supply. On this episode, we speak with Trey Northrup, l…
 
Hayley and the Knobs talk jackass grammar, the n-word being directed toward a black police officer during the insurrection, Simone Biles pulling out of the team competition in Tokyo, and Chrissy Teigen being "canceled" out of $7 million...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Mark Levin came on to discuss about his new book "American Marxism". He got into the origination of CRT, global warming, and other left-leaning ideologies that he says have roots in Marxism. He also talks about the ability to defund woke entities that buy into those Marxist theories...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
You can't talk about supply chains without talking about warehouses. Basically everything we buy at some point eventually sits in a warehouse. But warehouses themselves are changing. Whereas at one point, they were simple and straightforward — goods come in before getting trucked to retail outlets — today they're massively complex, thanks to e-comm…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode trombonist Donal Bannister (BBC National Orchestra of Wales) tells us about growing up in a brass family, changing from an academic to a performing career path, and about his ex…
 
Hayley and the Knobs talk about the lack of excitement surrounding the upcoming Olympics, Chrissy Teigen not being able to move past being canceled, and the need for people to communicate with police to bring the violence in our city under control...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
To celebrate our 100th year broadcasting, Terry is talking with some of the voices of WHAS past starting with Liz Curtis. Liz Curtis Higgs stopped by the MGM studio to discuss flamingos, having the biggest baby at the Kentucky State Fair, beating cancer, and keeping her talking career going at Christ Church United Methodist...…
 
Over the past year it's become clear that traditional economics doesn't necessarily do a great job of accounting for real world problems like transport gridlock or irrational decision makers. For instance, sawmills' first response to the Covid crisis was to cut back production because they were scarred by the memories of the 2008 housing bust. Cont…
 
Hayley and the Knobs talked with Nick Coffey about his favorite kid and conference realignment. We also got into YouTube's new Tipping option and President Biden coming to the Commonwealth...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Glenn Sacks talks about Cuba and the United States' impact on their way of life. He discussed the sanctions the U.S. has on Cuba, President Biden's resistance to reverse actions by previous regime's, and Black Lives Matter's statement on Cuba...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Hayley and the Knobs discussed our station's 100th birthday and an upcoming interview series with past WHAS personalities, the long-awaited return of office hoops, Naomi Osaka being on the cover of the SI Swimsuit Issue, and Scott Fitzgerald joined us to talk the NBA and college football...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Senator Rand Paul discussed his conversations with Dr. Fauci and the origins of COVID-19, the possible return of masks, voting on the infrastructure package, claims by Charles Booker that the Senator would use the N-word, the insurrection, and his relationships with other members of the Republican Party...…
 
Congressman John Yarmuth discusses the infrastructure back-and-forth and the odds the package gets passed at all, how to use federal stimulus packages, and how to combat inflation and security issues that are on the rise across the country...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Chris Yarbrough of the The Brough Brothers Distillery talked about being Kentucky's first black-owned distillery. He also talked about the flavor profile of their product, the process of getting their bourbon on shelves, and how you can get your hands on it...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Inflation is running hot these days. But, even when the official measures were considerably cooler, there were many people who were skeptical and insisted that inflation was running hot and rampant. It turns out, nobody really experiences inflation similarly, and one's own consumption and behavioral patterns will have a big impact on their outlook.…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode trombonist, producer, and arranger Patrick Hayes tells us about growing up in a musical family, his thoughts on navigating the music industry nowadays, and about a fond memory o…
 
WHAS Radio legend Gary Burbank joins Terry Meiners ahead of Gary's 80th birthday and to begin a series of interviews leading up to the 100th anniversary of NewsRadio 840 WHAS. Burbank hosted afternoons on WHAS in the mid-1970's before eventually heading to WLW in Cincinnati from 1981 until retiring in 2007.…
 
Are you a parent/guardian of a child who will be five by August 1st, 2021? It is time to sign your student up for kindergarten. The first day of school for JCPS is August 11th. Class Act and JCPS wants to ensure our youngest learners are ready! Parents/guardians of incoming registered kindergarteners may enter a raffle to win one of two $500 cash p…
 
Hayley and the Knobs discuss the value of a dollar and Hayley having the best job ever, Chrissy Teigen wanting her life back, and a really crazy Sunday afternoon in Mississippi...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Vlad Zamfir is something of a crypto legend. The researcher was early into Bitcoin, and he was part of the Ethereum Foundation before it launched. He's still an active researcher in the space, but he believes the people operating in it get some basic premises wrong. One of the basic premises that people preach is the idea of database immutability. …
 
Hayley has returned from her homeland to tell us all about the wedding shenanigans. We got to hear about the dress, losing the rings on the beach, and the wonders of the words "all inclusive". We also talked about a woman in Cleveland who let Jesus take the wheel and Jussie Smollett being back in court in Chicago...…
 
One of the big stories in the economy right now is the high number of unfilled job openings in the leisure and hospitality sectors. There are numerous theories for why these businesses have had a hard time hiring. And there are a lot of questions regarding how long this will last or whether this will be a new, more permanent condition. To better un…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode trumpet player Doug McVey tells us about his passion for high notes, about how Vennture mouthpieces came to fruition, and how he brought together his strengths from his brass an…
 
Old Joe called to tell us he doesn't want to hear about no tennis. All he wants to talk about is Cal's new roster of Cats that he says is going to be the greatest ever! They are sleep on piles of cash money, drive really fancy cars, and win championship #9...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Joe Dallas, author of "Christians in a Cancel Culture", talked about the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus song "We'll Convert Your Children", tolerance versus affirmation for homosexuals, cancel culture, and conversion therapy...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
Charles Booker discusses the message he is spreading across the Commonwealth. He talked about listening to Kentuckians and helping them come together, Rand Paul "stoking the racial divide," and violence in our communities. He also addressed the news that Attica Scott running against John Yarmuth...NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM) による
 
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