As we reported earlier, today is our last DSI Witness News show of the year. We’re taking a much-needed break this holiday season, to recharge our creative energy. And hopefully you’ve enjoyed the bits we did this week. But we figured, since today is our last show for a while, we really need to send the year out with something memorable. And so, for the next three minutes, please enjoy the REAL Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt, with his rendition of that old classic, “Proud Mary.” Take it away, Mayor Kleinschmidt!
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This past week, University Mall and the Chapel Hill area received a special visit from Garry Kvistad, the owner of a nationally-renowed wind chime company: WOODSTOCK CHIMES. Joining us today to talk about his visit is–well, just exactly who you’d expect to be excited about a company called Woodstock Chimes. Please welcome, once again, self-proclaimed Carrboro citizen par excellence extraordinaire, Ms. Aurora Joplin.
DSI Witness News is taking a well-deserved break this holiday season–but before we do, we’re sending out 2010 with our Best Week Ever! Next up: an EVIL mastermind trains the next Scrooge!
Starring Bryan Barnes, Laura Morrison, and Kit FitzSimons.
Kit FitzSimons brings you this week’s top headlines – with a whole lot of BEEP sound.
It’s Christmas season already, and that means presents, trees, toasty fires—and those old, traditional Christmas carols. Well, we here at DSI Witness News love the Christmas spirit, and so we’ve written our own, locally inspired versions of some of your favorite Christmas carols.
Town workers have installed energy-saving LED snowflake lights throughout the downtown area, and this Past Sunday, at the lighting ceremony, visitors enjoyed church choir carols, and free photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus. The event was well-attended, but there WAS one notable local businessman missing, and he’s here with us in the studio today to explain why. Please welcome, Gino Fontanelli.
Christmas shopping has begun, shopper stampedes in unlikely places, a goldfish with a tumor, a new use for play-doh, and Ride with Ron part two!
Last Tuesday, a spokesman for the Department of Motor Vehicles told a transportation legislative committee that an unwieldy number of license plates in North Carolina are too colorful and crowded to be easily read by traffic cameras and policemen. Here to comment is DSI Witness News’ own liaison to the DMV, Department of Transportation spokesman, Mack Freedman.
An eighth case of rabies, NCAA sanctions and investigations, the tutor discovered, and Kit and Molly perform a snippet of Western Romeo & Juliet.
The town of Chapel Hill will hold a tree-planting ceremony on Friday to celebrate Arbor Day. Yes, that famous NOVEMBER holiday: Arbor Day. During the ceremony, students from Mrs. Morgan’s second grade class at Seawell Elementary School will help plant the ceremonial tree and share what they have learned about trees in the form of song, art and what they call “po-e-TREE.”