Behind The Scenes: Brew & Cue Needs a Media Break


I had one of those ah-ha moments the other day. The owner of a local tavern called the Brew & Cue called me to ask for my help. The Brew and Cue got in the middle of a murder story but the murder didn’t even happen there. None-the-less the owner says the media attention is killing his business.


Honestly, after our conversation I had a soul searching moment. I think back to all the stories I covered in my career, all the business inadvertently involved in a crime, that I put on the air and never thought about them. It’s a fine line we walk in the media and I’m so glad I don’t have to walk that walk any longer.

Also, in this weeks show we are still looking for Aretha the kidnapped Lochmead Farm cow. Here’s a little clip of her disappearance.

On this show you will meet my barber who is also a recovering meth addict. His mother is starting an organization called “Just In Time” to help addicts, reconnect with the world, once they leave jail.

And finally, Colleen Bellotti, Coach Mike Bellotti’s wife tells us about the Turn Around Awards, given to middle school and high school students who turn their lives around. This is a great program and I encourage you to listen to the interview.

Tune in to KEVU this Sunday at 4:30 to see the show. For channel details go here: (at the bottom). For a pre-air viewing, check back here after Noon today (Friday).

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