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Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 29, 2014

HOUR ONE

Fox is taking a page from NBC's The Sound of Music Live. The network has ordered a three-hour live broadcast of Grease set to air during 2015, Fox announced Monday. The live event will feature a young ensemble cast and be based on the 1971 Broadway musical of the same name, with the book, lyrics and music by the team of Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs and the 1978 hit feature film that starred Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta.

Indigo Joseph is just one of three Saskatchewan artists who are receiving ten thousand dollars from Rawlco Radio this spring. It's part of Project 10K20, which provides cash to 80 artists over five years they can record and mix a studio album. The Pistolwhips out of Saskatoon and Megan Nash from Moose Jaw are the other two artists receiving money this spring.

Scandal means sponsors are dropping like flies after the Donald Sterling controversy. Samsung, Virgin America, Mercedes-Benz, Corona, State Farm, Kia, Red Bull, Sprint, LoanMart, and Yokohama Tire Company are the first to drop sponsorship. The NBA is holding a news conference today to talk about what they're going to do about the whole thing, but if the NBA tries to force Sterling to sell the Clippers, the billionaire owner of the team could sue the league for anti-trust violation, sports legal analyst Eric Macramalla told CTV.

Newfoundlanders have a whale of a problem on their hands, as fears arise that a dead sea mammal could soon explode on its shore. The town of Trout River is trying to dispose of a blue whale that washed up on a beach after nine of the endangered animals were found dead in the ice off the province's west coast several weeks ago. Town Clerk Emily Butler says she's been told that the municipality is responsible for the whale, but she's trying to contact a government agency for help because it can't deal with the 25-metre (82 foot) carcass alone.

We are giving away a pair of tickets to Beyonce and Jay-Z’s On The Run tour to the listener with the best Tell Me Something Good Tuesday news. We go over the first of your texts.

HOUR TWO

CAA Saskatchewan just wrapped up its annual worst roads campaign and 33 kilometres of Highway 24 between Leoville and Spiritwood got the most votes. What's a bad road according to CAA? It has potholes, cracks, severe rutting, poor signage, congestion, or one that is too narrow for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians to share safely. So we know which rural roads are bad, but since the melt, what are the worst roads in Regina?

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by the guys on the Green Zone and the Donald Sterling controversy.

Transport Canada has a funny job today trying to track down a runaway Budweiser blimp that's currently somewhere in the sky over New Brunswick. The red blimp looks like a goal light that illuminates whenever a hockey team scores. The helium-filled balloon broke free from its tether at a Sant John ball hockey tournament on Saturday. It was reported floating at an altitude of about 1,200 metres, with a maximum height of 1,500 metres and moving at a speed of up to six knots in a northeasterly direction.

It’s time for Tell Me Something Good. We bring you three feel good stories to brighten your day. We are also taking YOUR texts for a chance at a pair of tickets to go see Jay-Z and Beyonce’s tour On The Run.

Gormley joins to talk the latest on the Donald Sterling controversy and with news of Harper Lee, is finally allowing To Kill a Mockingbird to be turned into an ebook. We ask him what his favorite book to read in high school was?

We take your texts on the worst city roads.

HOUR THREE

Harper Lee, who only wrote one book, the great To Kill a Mockingbird, is finally allowing it to be turned into an ebook. Lee announced through a press release that she was ready to let kids with those spangly devices learn the beauty of her singular contribution. The first eBook, if you've never read it and don't really go for paper and twine, will be available digitally on July 8. What was the best book you had to read in high school?

Cheap Tuesday at the box office, Sam and Himpe go over the newest flick on the big screen “The Other Woman”.

We go over your texts on favorite books to read when you were in high school.

Imagine coming home and 13 of your trees were now a meter tall. They learned that some neighbours had trees lining their property. Those neighbours asked SaskPower to remove their trees. A SaskPower tree-trimming crew was dispatched, but it went to the wrong property. After the work was done, the crew realized its mistake and apologized, but when the couple went to SaskPower to get compensated for their loss, they were rebuffed. In a letter, the power utility informed them that while it took out the wrong trees, it nevertheless had a right to remove them to protect its power lines. The family took the case to the ombudsman's office, which made some inquiries. It found that not only did SaskPower cut the wrong trees, it also broke the rules and botched the job. After the ombudsman's office intervened, SaskPower changed its mind and said it would pay the couple.

What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 25, 2014

HOUR ONE

After being caught with pine tar on his neck during Tuesday night’s game against the Red Sox, Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has been suspended for 10 games. The pitcher was pulled with two out in the second inning.

Bank of Montreal has done a new study about the cost of weddings in Canada and apparently in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, we go big or go home -- we spend the most. Average of people here plan to spend on a future wedding is $27,200. The national average is less than half of that at $14,700. The average guest list size is 135 in Saskatchewan.

After 130 years the publisher of Ladies’ Home Journal magazine is shutting down. The company says you will see stand-alone special issues once in a while on newsstands. This coming after readers have shifted interested to similar magazines. Do you still read magazines?

A judge in Meadow Lake has thrown out five photo radar cases. In each case the judge found drivers not guilty. Three cases said they didn’t speed past any workers, one said the photo was so blurred they couldn’t tell if it was his SUV. The judge said that because no workers or equipment could be seen in the photos, it couldn't be proven they broke the law.

Himpe is going to Calgary Comi-con on the weekend which got just thinking about the things we are geeky about, but prefer to keep hidden for the general population.

Ex-Red Wings and Ex-Predators, Jordin Tootoo has a video going viral. It’s from the end of regular season, coming off the ice and a little guy is waiting for him.

HOUR TWO

We go over your wedding price feedback to the text line.

Saskatchewan on average spends $27,200 on their big day. That is more than double than the national average of $14,700.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by John Gormley Live and the spike in gas prices.

It’s Friday and time for Tell Me Something Good. Today we are bringing you 4 feel good stories from Himpe, Don, Sam and Woodsy to bring brighten your day and keep you smiling for the weekend.

Gormley joins to talk about the temporary foreign worker program. Employment Minister Jason Kenney has put an immediate moratorium on allowing restaurants to hire temporary foreign workers after a series of abuse allegations.

We go over more of your texts to 306-306 on gas prices and road conditions.

HOUR THREE

Bank of Montreal has done a new study about the cost of weddings in Canada and apparently in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, we go big or go home -- we spend the most. Average of people here plan to spend on a future wedding is $27,200. That is more than double the national average of $14,700. We also invite more people with 135 and spend three times as much on honeymoons that the rest of the nation. Does that seem high? What did you spend (or do you plan to spend) on your wedding?

Movie Friday and Himpe and Sam go over what’s hot at the box office. “The Other Woman” is hitting the Regina big screen starring Cameron Diaz.

Eating healthy might be good for you, but it doesn't make you happy. A new British study says Children allowed to eat sweets and watch television in moderation score higher for "well-being" than those denied the pleasure. Those who enjoy "unhealthy" things such as sweets or fizzy drinks and gazing at television - though not to excess - have a happier and more rounded childhood than those not allowed them.

A professional umpire from Regina is set to make his Major League Baseball debut Tonight, but as CJME's Kevin Martel tells us, Stu Scheurwater won't be playing, he'll be calling the action as an umpire.

We wrap up your texts to 306-306.

What I Learned on the Show: This Week Edition!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 24, 2014

HOUR ONE

The rumours were true, one CFL team is over the league's salary management system and it turns out that it was the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The CFL announced today after auditing every team in the league the Riders were $17,795 dollars over the $4.4 million threshold. Because the green and white were less than $100,000 over the limit the team will only be fined $17,795.

A new era in Regina Pats hockey will soon be dawning. On Wednesday team owner Russ Parker officially announced what the Green Zone told you first on Tuesday: he's selling the team to a group of local investors lead by Anthony Marquart, the president of Queen City Sports and Entertainment. The sale isn't official just yet, as it has to be approved by the WHL Board of Governors at a special meeting. That is scheduled for next Wednesday.

Russian MMA-based show called Hip Show: Arena Combat, which is broadcast in America on AXS TV. It's really weird and completely made up. Two teams of two enter an arena filled with all kinds of weird obstacles and beat the crap out of each other. Think of like MMA meets American Gladiators. What is your favorite fringe sport?

The last time Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda faced the Red Sox, he clearly had pine tar on his hand. No one on the Red Sox brought it up, and the Yankees won. Tonight, Pineda again used pine tar, slapping on his neck before the second inning. Red Sox manager John Farrell spoke up this time. Farrell asked the umpiring crew to check the obvious splotch on Pineda's neck. Home plate umpire Gerry Davis went through the motions, and subsequently ejected Pineda from the game.

Kids in five school districts in BC didn't get recess yesterday. Apparently they only have one recess because it shortened their school day by 15 minutes. BC teachers are battling the provincial government there for a new contract. And you can assume from this things aren't good. Recess and extra-curricular things are going first and eventually their plan is rotating one-day strikes, and eventually a full-scale walk out.

We go over your texts to 306-306.

HOUR TWO

The Prime Minister’s son Ben turned 18 over the weekend, and things may have got a touch out of hand for one 18 year old woman. The RCMP said paramedics were called and took away what was believed to be an unconscious or semi-conscious woman. Ottawa’s emergency services confirmed some of those details, but by mid-afternoon Wednesday a gag order had clearly been put in effect. Director of Communications, Jason Macdonald and RCMP will not comment on if the PM and his wife were home at the time.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Green Zone and the big announcement of the salary cap fine. Daryl Davis won’t let the Riders off easy on this one, but Glen Suitor was willing to cut them a little slack.

If the snow-shoveling marathons and constant cold weather alerts wore you down this winter, you'll be happy to hear this: Climatologists are predicting that next winter will probably be a warm one. That's because an El Nino with the tendency to send warm breezes toward North America appears to be building in the Pacific Ocean, reports the Climate Prediction Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

We are one day closer to the weekend and that calls for some feel good stories. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good, were we tell you three feel good, less news-worthy stories to help brighten up your day.

Gormley joins to talk about the party at the Prime Ministers house and the latest on the temporary foreign worker program being accused of abusing the system in Weyburn. The owners of the bar are now breaking their silence.

The NYPD started a public outreach campaign on Twitter and it backfired. They wanted people to tweet pictures of themselves interacting with police officers using the hashtag #myNYPD. The NYPD sent a tweet on Tuesday, saying it might feature the photographs on its Facebook page. And they got some of happy interactions but they also got a flood of photos of police brutality.

HOUR THREE

The Riders are in fact the team in the CFL that will be paying a fine for spending more than 4.4 million on salaries. The team was over the limit by nearly 18 thousand dollars. A few roster moves and year end incentives is what got them.

Himpe is going to the Calgary Comi-con on the weekend, Sam and Himpe try to explain what a Brony is to Woodsy.

One Tokyo eatery apparently feels really, really bad about people who come in and dine alone. Instead of doing the American thing and just giving them a free plate of cheesy fries, though, the restaurant has come up with an interesting solution. Japan’s Moomin Café. The café seats solo-dining patrons with large stuffed dolls to keep them company.

Yesterday Regina Pats owner Russ Parker officially announced he's selling the team to a group of local investors. The sale isn't official just yet, as it has to be approved by the WHL Board of Governors at a special meeting that is scheduled for next Wednesday. It will put an to a 19-year period of Pats history, one that has been marked by plenty of ups and downs, including near-constant rumours of an imminent sale. Parker told reporters on Wednesday that it was never his family's intention to flip the team quickly for a profit; they simply had too much fun being around the game.

We go over your feedback to the text line.

Time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 23, 2014

HOUR ONE

Hopefully you filled up the car yesterday, gas prices across the city sky rocketed to $1.39/L last night. The Regina Pat’s also made news last night with the announcement the team has been sold.

For the binge watcher in all of us, Netflix is planning to increase the price of its service before July of this year. The increase is the first in three years for the company and is to help pay for more programming. New customers will pay $1 or $2 more per month. Those already subscribed get to keep the current rate for at least the next year.

It’s Administrative Professionals’ Day and along with taking your shouts to your favorite admin we are also playing Administrative Professionals’ Trivia with Sam, Don and Woodsy.

Breaking news last night on the Green Zone, the Regina Pats will be under new ownership. A group of local business men, including former Pats goaltender Todd Lumbard and Anthony Marquart, have teamed up for the purchase. The deals needs to be approved by the WHL‘s board of govern which is set to happen May 1st. An official announcement expected to come at 1:30 this afternoon.

A Regina school has notified parents they will be getting rid of all student-use microwaves. Elsie Mironuck Community School recently set out the note with its students saying they are about promoting healthy eating, saving time and student safety. Do you think the school is wrong?

Round Two of Admin-Pro Trivia!! If you have an Admin-Pro you’d like to give a shout out to, text us at 306-306!

HOUR TWO

We take your feedback on Elsie Mironuck Community School removing the student’s microwave to the text line. Do you think the school is wrong? Or should they be more focused on nutrition?

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Green Zone and the announcement of the Regina Pats being sold. The team on the Green Zone dug into the story first and gave you the news as soon as they took to air at 4 pm yesterday.

Round Three of Admin-Pro Trivia!

It’s time for Tell Me Something Good!

Three feel good stories from Don, Sam and Himpe to help brighten up your day. Gormley joins to talk about the Temporary Foreign Workers Program in Weyburn. Two ladies were let go for, what they feel, temporary foreign workers. There could be more to the story than what we know today. We also take John’s take on Elsie Mironuck Community School removing the student microwave. Round Four of Admin-Pro Trivia!

HOUR THREE

Today is Administrative Professionals’ Day and we go over your shout outs to your favorite Admin-Pro.

It’s time to play Stranger than Fiction. We give you three stories, only one is true and it’s your job to figure out which one is the real deal.

The Final Round of Admin-Pro Trivia!

The Regina Pats will be under new ownership. A group of local business men, including former Pats goaltender Todd Lumbard and Anthony Marquart, have teamed up for the purchase. The deals needs to be approved by the WHL‘s board of govern which is set to happen May 1st.

Ty Burrell plays one of the greatest TV Dads on Modern Family as Phil Dunphy, but he’s also picked up another hat: restaurateur. Burrell has just opened Beer Bar in Salt Lake City. It’s next door to cocktail bar he currently co-owns, Bar X. If you could wear two hats successfully at once, what would you do? We go over your feedback to 306-306.

It’s Time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 22, 2014

HOUR ONE

Happy Earth Day!! Sam is house sitting and dog watching for her friend this week; she shares she stories of trying to get the puppies to eat supper.

Underwriters are insisting that e-cigarette “vapors” pay smokers’ premiums that can be almost three times the normal rate, adding another wrinkle to a heated debate over the electronic technology. The difference can be significant. A 20-year life insurance policy paying out $500,000 costs a 40-year-old non-smoker about $55 a month, a smoker of the same age $137 a month.

The Greater Sudbury Police had to think, think, think of a solution when a real-life "Winnie the Pooh" popped its head in a plastic jar and couldn't shake it off in the Lively area on Sunday. The black bear had its head stuck in a container normally used to store bird seed and was walking into a number of objects including a police car. Eventually the bear was tranquilized using a pole. The jar had to be cut off the bear's head.

There are so many great wonders on our planet to take in and enjoy and with it being Earth Day, we want to know what the great wonder on our planet you have seen, where have you been that made you just go “wow”.

After a video was released online showing two Air Canada employees mistreating passengers luggage by dropping them 20 feet while unloading, the airliner has announced the workers have been suspended and would most likely be fired. We want to know your worst/best flight experiences?

A Calgary scammer picked the wrong mark when she decided to get a free meal out of Teatro in downtown Calgary. Staff at the downtown eatery had already been warned of a woman making complaints about bad service and requesting gift cards for herself or on behalf of a second party. When staff fielded a call from a woman whose claimed mirrored those made at other restaurants, they decided to invite her down and host their own candid-camera intervention.

HOUR TWO

We are all feeling a little on the green side of life with today being Earth Day. We talk recycling and Don shares what it was like to recycle in Toronto where they have more than just one recycle bin.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Green Zone and talks of salary caps. Talks of the Riders going just over on their salary caps, but the gang on the Green Zone think it’s nothing to worry. Is it okay to go over your salary cap? Or is the risk too high?

We take your texts on the most wonderful thing you have seen on this Earth.

The sun is shining and we bring you some good news to start your morning off right, it’s time for Tell Me Something Good!

John Gormley tells us what the greatest wonder on this planet he’s been lucky even to see, and we ask him what grade he would give himself on recycling.

A sixteen year old runaway hopped a plane from San Jose to Hawaii, which doesn’t sound too crazy until you realise he just tucked himself into the landing gear and made the five hour flight outside the plane. The teen could have gone through really thin air with -62 degree Celsius at 38-thousand feet. Hawaiian Airlines found the teen after landing and called security.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins to share his grade on recycling as well as how the city has been doing with recycling with it being roughly a year since we started our city wide program. We also chat about the greatest world wonder he’s got to see.

A great feature on a new dating website creeping into Canada, FarmersOnly.com. The little dating site started in the states back in 2005, it now has 1.5 million members. FarmersOnly counts 10 per cent of its members as Canadian, and boasts about 300 successful matches.

We go over your texts to 306-306 on dating sites.

NHL Playoffs are well underway. I piece from the National Post has us thinking about the lack of penalties for the rough hits numerous players are taking in pursuit of the Stanley Cup while the league stills tends to play down the severity of injuries.

We wrap up the feedback on the text line.

It’s time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 21, 2014

HOUR ONE

In Boston this morning, they're about to prove just how strong that town is. The 2014 Boston Marathon is about to get underway just after 7 our time this morning. And at the finish line, crowds are gathered to cheer on the runners. A much different scene compared to the chaos and horror of last year's bombings. This morning, our Courtney Mintenko talks to one Regina man who ran the course last year - and is still shaken by what happened.

A number of Mega Churches in the states were handing out tons of cash and prizes to all those who attended Easter mass. Congregants at Christian Life Church in Oklahoma didn't only get a religious message on Easter Sunday they were entered to win prizes like 32" flat screen TVs, Nintendo Wii’s, and $50 gift cards!

A Regina man is making the most of a kick to the melon. Jared Frank posted a video to Youtube six days ago of him getting a boot to the jaw courtesy of a train conductor. He says he's had a few people pointing out the stupidity of his actions. But in the end it's been worth it. Frank has signed an agreement with a licensing company and is making money for every hit on You Tube as well.

Ozzy and Sharron were in Saskatoon for the Black Sabbath concert. They tweeted out a picture of their view which wasn’t the beautiful River Valley, but the inner-workings of the hotel on the East side. Was that a silly PR move?

The Huffington Post came out with the 22 common expressions people secretly hate. Let us know which sayings you dislike.

A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by renowned British photographer David Bailey has been unveiled to mark the monarch's 88th birthday. The black-and-white photograph, taken at Buckingham Palace in March, shows the queen smiling broadly. Bailey described his subject as a "very strong woman" with "very kind eyes with a mischievous glint."

HOUR TWO

What did your family enjoy for Easter supper?

If you are one of the many travelers heading home for the holidays sometimes it happens, you forget something. What is the thing you when you go away from the weekend/ holidays?

It is Marathon Monday in Boston -- the 118th Boston Marathon. Yesterday there was a combination service for Easter Sunday and the traditional blessing at Boston's oldest church for the runners of the Boston Marathon. At the Red Sox game, a tribute to last year's bombing victims and first responders. There were bagpipes and survivors and runners and a lot of love while the Massachusetts State Police colour guard stood at attention. 5,330 runners are coming from 70 countries outside the United States.

A car thief was forced to pull over after a couple miles in the stolen vehicle because twin boys, age 7, who were in the car, attacked him. The car was swiped from in front of the home of Lucia Lozada Thursday as the mother was standing just feet from the vehicle. Her twin sons and a 1-year-old were buckled into the car as the family readied to go to church.

Time for Tell Me Something Good! Three feel good stories from Don, Sam and Himpe to lift your spirits on this grey Monday morning.

John Gormley joins to talk about what’s coming up on his show, what he tends to forget when going on holidays and a quick look at the first 20 minutes of the 118th Boston Marathon.

Though they concede it's unlikely the public was endangered, officials in Portland, Ore., have decided to drain 38 million gallons of water from a reservoir after a young man was observed urinating into it on Wednesday. After Portland Water Bureau officials saw what happened, they decided the water in the kidney-shaped reservoir needs to go.

HOUR THREE

How can we take nurses seriously when they are dressed in pyjamas? New push to re-formalize nurses attire. In her 30 years as a nurse in rural Newfoundland, Karen Morris has seen the physical image of her profession change dramatically. The starched white uniform and distinctive cap first gave way to plain-coloured surgical scrubs, then to brightly coloured and patterned scrubs and then, well, to just about anything, from spandex pants to short shorts and even low-cut tops.

Mosaic Stadium wouldn't be able to house the number of people running in the Boston Marathon today. And they'll all be heading to that finish line on Boylston Street - the same spot that was a scene of chaos at last year's marathon as two explosions went off. CJME's Courtney Mintenko spoke with some of Saskatchewan's marathoners before they headed back to Boston.

After Kim Novak’s Oscar presentation, the actress received plenty of harsh jabs about her appearance, and now says she is determined to speak out against the bullies who said them. The actress took to Facebook to write a post about what she called "Oscar Bullying". Novak also noted that she had taken a pill to help her relax before presenting the award for best animated short feature alongside Matthew McConaughey on March 2, which she regrets having done.

Anaheim Ducks centre Ryan Getzlaf had a doozey of a weekend. He took a slap shot to the jaw, attended the birth of his third child and propelled the Ducks to two gritty playoff wins. Getzlaf says he has all summer to rest.

We wrap up your text messages on to the text line 306-306.

It's Time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 17, 2014

HOUR ONE

It was a big secret yesterday what could possibly be the big football club announcement at the Hotel Sask the Riders were making? Well now we know Darian Durant has signed on the dotted line our quarterback signed a new multi-year contract extension.

We've reported this week that Regina Catholic Schools laid off the division's only occupational therapist back in January. But that doesn't mean students with intense special needs are left hanging. Our Jill Smith toured a school that's one-of-a-kind in Regina.

Staff at a London hair salon was using North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, to promote discount haircuts. M&M Hair Academy put up a poster last week featuring a picture of Kim -- who sports a distinctive undercut -- and the slogan "Bad Hair Day?" Two men from the nearby North Korean embassy paid them a visit to complain. The manager didn't budge and called police.

A federal judge in Philadelphia has declined to approve deals for another batch of retired players suing the NFL over concussion-linked claims. U.S. District Judge Anita Brody's preliminary ruling yesterday follows a similar ruling in January on the proposed $765 million umbrella settlement. She's skeptical the fund is large enough to cover up to 20,000 players for 65 years, as intended.

HOUR TWO

It is Holy Thursday and the last day of Lent. Lent ends just before the Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday evening, that is when the liturgical season of the Easter Triduum begins. How are we doing? We go over how we made out with giving up what we loved for Lent.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Green Zone, Drew Remenda, and the news of Double D’s multi-year contract.

We go over your feedback on what your favorite Easter candy is on the text line.

What is the one candy you hope the Easter bunny bring you?

It’s a long weekend and we’re all feeling the good vibes for the extra day after, to get you in a good mood this morning it’s time for Tell Me Something Good!

Gormley joins to talk about Darian Durant’s new multi-year contract with the Riders and talks speeds on the highway.

If you're a big fan of A&E there's a chance you've stumbled across Walburgers and soon if you're in Toronto, you can stumble into one. Brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg have decided to call Toronto their new home. Where is the best place to get a burger locally? Which burger chain do you wish would come to Regina?

HOUR THREE

We play Stranger than Fiction!

Since we can’t do Movie Friday on Friday we go over what’s hot at the box office for you to check out on the long weekend. Transcendence with Johnny Depp and Morgan Freeman hits the big screen tomorrow. Also hitting the screens tomorrow Heaven is for Real with Greg Kinnear and Connor Corum. It’s the true story of a small-town father who must find the courage and conviction to share his son's extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world.

Wahlburger’s is coming to Canada, Toronto is getting their next burger joint. We go over your favorite burger and burger places texts to 306-306.

In an off-season filled with losses, the Riders have made their biggest move. Darian Durant has signed on the dotted line and will remain in Green and White for the foreseeable future.

What I Learned on the Show: This (Short) Week Edition!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 16, 2014

HOUR ONE

Lots of reaction coming in on Facebook and on the text at 306-306, people rattled about the stabbing last night at Cornwall Centre. The Regina Police Service confirms a "male youth" was arrested Tuesday evening after apparently stabbing at least four people as they shopped just before closing time. One witness we spoke to saw police arrest the suspect and put him into a police car. The condition of those involved isn't known, but graphic photos provided by some witnesses suggest some were seriously wounded. The police indicated three people were taken to hospital and one person was treated by EMS workers at the scene before being released.

We take a look at the victims of the mass stabbing in Calgary. Two of the victims Zack Rathwell and Josh Hunter are being remembered by their band mates on Facebook.

Remember yesterday we talked about US Airways and their inappropriate photo tweet? Airline representatives said the image, which originated from a German amateur porn site, was sent to the airline's Twitter account by another user. Employees in charge of the airline's Twitter account meant to flag the image as inappropriate but mistakenly included it as part of a reply.

Do you ever find it hard to justify spending more than a few bucks on a grilled cheese sandwich because it’s something you could easily make at home? If so, you’d probably find it really tough to justify purchasing the limited edition, cheesy monstrosity known as the “Zillion Dollar Grilled Cheese”. No, it doesn’t really cost a zillion dollars, but it does cost $100. The culinary creation is available now at deca, a restaurant located inside Chicagos Ritz Carlton hotel, just during the month of April.

HOUR TWO

Lots of reaction coming in on Facebook and on the text at 306-306, people rattled about the stabbing last night at Cornwall Centre. Our Kevin Martel is live from the Cornwall Centre filling us in our people’s reaction and what the scene looks like this morning.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Green Zone and the Stanley Cup Bracket.

This morning we all need some good news, time for Tell Me Something Good!

Gormley joins to chat about the recent stabbings in the Prairie Provinces.

The advertising agency posted a fictitious but authentic-looking job offer online and in newspapers. The listing contained a number of seemingly outlandish prerequisites. Additionally, the workload would actually increase on holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. The salary, nothing. Despite 2.7 million impressions, only 24 people inquired about the position after reading the job listing. And then, there were real interviews over Skype and the big reveal.

HOUR THREE

The Regina Police Service confirms a "male youth" was arrested Tuesday evening after apparently stabbing at least four people as they shopped just before closing time. One witness we spoke to saw police arrest the suspect and put him into a police car. The condition of those involved isn't known, but graphic photos provided by some witnesses suggest some were seriously wounded. The police indicated three people were taken to hospital and one person was treated by EMS workers at the scene before being released. Our Kevin Martel is live from the Cornwall Centre filling us in our people’s reaction and what the scene looks like this morning.

Staff Sergeant with the Regina Police Service, Evan Bray joins the show to give us the latest and newest information investigators can release.

Time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 15, 2014

HOUR ONE

The New York World's Fair of 1964 introduced 51 million visitors to a range of technological innovations and predictions during its run. Fifty years later, some of those ideas have turned out to be commonplace in our world, such as video phone calls and asking computers for information. But some of them remain firmly on the drawing board.

US Airways and American Airlines have more in common than the impending merger of the two. On the weekend, American Airlines received a tweet saying a 14 year old girl was part of al queida and she was going to do something to one of their planes. US Airways has their own Twitter controversy now. Customer tweeted to them upset about a delayed flight After tweeting back and forth, the airline tweeted back to the person saying they could click on the link in the tweet to leave feedback only they didn't include a link back to the website.

Did you look up at the moon last night/ early (early) this morning? The Blood Moon is caused by the light from sunsets and sunrises glinting off the surface of the Earth. The effect is similar to that of the sun turning the clouds red or pink during a sunrise or sunset.

One year ago today bombs shattered the Boston Marathon, claimed three lives and injured more than 260 people.

The BBC reports that pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline is accused of bribing doctors to prescribe medicines in Poland. Prosecutors said they are investigating a case in which a foreign pharmaceutical company offered bribes to doctors in central Poland asking them to prescribe their medication. They said 13 doctors have been charged with accepting bribes.

HOUR TWO

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have added another receiver ahead of training camp. Ryan Smith officially signed with the green and white on Monday. The receiver tweeted Monday afternoon that he had signed with Saskatchewan. His agent also tweeted out a photo of Smith signing said contract.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Sarah Mills Show, and Torture Songs. What song would make you crack and share your deep dark secrets?

With Easter this Sunday, families will be getting together all over. We’re asking you what you’re planning on serving for Easter supper?

The weather may have you in the dumps this morning, don’t worry time for Tell Me Something Good! Gormley joins to chat about what song would make him spill his deepest secrets.

The gang goes over the Stanley Cup Bracket.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins to talk construction, the fate of The Humane Society and ground breaking on Elphinstone for the new stadium.

Hard to believe it was one year ago today that that first of two explosions happened at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. One of the most iconic images of that day is a man in a cowboy hat pushing Jeff Bauman in a wheel chair away from the explosion site, Bauman lost both his legs in attack. He spoke with NBC's Brian Williams in July last year.

Nahshon Shelton didn’t want to pay the 22-cent tax on his $1.79 two-liter of Pepsi on Saturday afternoon, Chicago Police said. He allegedly pulled a blue-steel Intratec .22-caliber submachine gun out of his Gucci satchel inside the convenience store in the 4000 block of West Madison Street where they tried to make him pay it, and he threatened to kill everyone there.

It’s Cheap Tuesday, Sam and Himpe go over what’s hot at the box office.

It's time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 14, 2014

HOUR ONE

The gang goes over what they did on the weekend.

"The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is pleased to report that all of its online systems have been restored to full service as of April 13, 2014," the statement said. "Individuals, businesses and representatives are now able to file returns, make payments, and access all other e-services available through the CRA s website, including all our secure portals." During the closure, the agency said Canadians would be given an extension to file their taxes equal to the number of days the site was down, meaning they now have until May 5 to submit claims. How do you do your taxes?

There's a new vending machine that is making buying pot faster and easier in Colorado, but they say it's not accessible to kids. The pot product vending machine is called Zzazz. Stephen Shearin is COO and says it starts with verifying age with a driver's license.

The Majestic’s Car Show was this past weekend in the Queen City. Sam Maciag took the opportunity to cross something off her bucket list: sitting on a motorcycle for the first time.

Is another royal baby on the way? Let the rampant speculation begin anew! Prince William hinted at the possibility that he and Kate Middleton could be anticipating another child while greeting a woman in the town of Cambridge, New Zealand on Friday, April 11.

The Food Network had a bump in ratings from our fair city on Friday night. Fresh and Sweet was featured on “You Gotta Eat Here”. Pile O'Bones Derby club made a lot of appearances since of the owners -- Beata Thompson, who we talked to on Friday -- is a derby girl. If you're a fan of derby the league's season opener is April 26th at the Callie Curling Club.

HOUR TWO

Despite yesterday's snow, it is construction season in the Queen City. And if the stretch of Elphinstone Street between Saskatchewan Drive and Dewdney is part of your route to work you need to find a new way, and for awhile. It's closed starting today and will stay that was for the next seven weeks at least. We know how construction goes. It's for a good reason though -- part of the ongoing work for the new stadium, a water main is being installed there.

On TV this weekend Global's Focus Saskatchewan did a big feature on the Big Dig. Hard to believe it's been 10 years since the project. The $18 million project was done on time, on budget. So did the Big Dig do the trick? Absolutely!

A Manitoba mother feels she's being bullied because she won't vaccinate her son against measles. Aidan Walsh, a Grade 5 student at Shevchenko School in Vita, Man., has to study from home for up to three weeks because an older student may have been infected with the illness, and health officials have instructed parents to keep unvaccinated children away to stop the spread of infection, CBC News reports.

We go over your feedback on the junk food ban starting in schools in the states July 1. Should we be doing the same thing in Canada?

Need some good news? Don’t worry it’s time for Tell Me Something Good!

Gormley joins to talk about how he files taxes and we ask for his take on the junk food ban starting July 1 in schools across the states.

HOUR THREE

Schools in the states are getting ready for a big change in school food service. The USDA’s Smart Snacks in School rules go into effect July 1st. All “junk food” in vending machines, a la carte lunch, student stores and fundraisers like bake sales will be banned July 1. Fruits, vegetables, dairy, protein-rich foods and whole grain-rich foods are allowed. Water, milk and 100 percent fruit and vegetable juice is permitted. High school students can have caffeine and low-calorie carbonated drinks. Is it time for a similar ban in Canada?

Its Sports time, our Adrianna Christianson happened to be at Ryan Smyth’s last game with the Oilers on Friday night, she joins to tell us what it was like to be there as a fandom said goodbye to another great. Bubba Watson took home the green jacket at the Masters. Daniel Sedin was taken into the boards hard on the weekend, which gave Torts another reason to raise his voice.

We go over your feedback on the junk food ban starting July 1 in the USA. We want to know what your favorite snack as a kid was?

Star-gazers will be treated to a "blood moon" lunar eclipse early Tuesday morning, the first of four red eclipses expected over the next year and a half. North America will get a front-row seat to upcoming lunar eclipse. Experts predict that the moon will glow an eerie red-orange shade, a phenomenon astronomers call a "blood moon" or "hunter's moon".

Global's Focus Saskatchewan did a big feature on the Big Dig. Hard to believe it's been 10 years since the $18 million project which was done on time and on budget.

Let the rampant speculation begin anew! Prince William hinted at the possibility that he and Kate Middleton could be anticipating another child while greeting a woman in the town of Cambridge.

It’s time for What I Learned on the Show Today!