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Central Park discussed on WCBS Programming


Your city forty in bayside in Central Park the winds are calm unities fifty eight percent it's mostly cloudy and it's forty degrees W. CBS news time ten twenty it's not just the famous people weighing in on the death of Kobe Bryant CBS news correspondent Steve Fetterman is on the scene in Calabasas California with more from fans just a scene of of of sorrow right now you have hundreds of people who have sort of gravitated made a pilgrimage to the a closer spot we can get to the crash site which is essentially across the street many people wearing Laker jerseys many people wearing Laker hats Kobe Bryant jerseys and you talk to these people if they're thirty or under Kobe Bryant has been basically part of their lives we hear it WCBS eight eighty bring you the news every day but sometimes it touches us personally Steve Scott spent twenty six years as a public address announcer for the Chicago Bulls and the next he shares his memories of Kobe Bryant one thing that I'll remember about Kobe is this he had an infectious smile on the basketball floor except when you were trying to guard him and then he had a look on his face like I am going to be you he really is one of the best players I ever saw in in twenty six years of sitting court side at the NBA and this is the it's just a terrible tragedy and and really hard to wrap my head around WCBS afternoon anchor Steve Scott students at one CUNY campus say they don't want to Starbucks they can't afford it it's a public college in one of the most expensive places to live in Manhattan it's hard to be on every side not having something that's cheap and affordable for all college students hunter student Samantha Scheck in says students would benefit from a food pantry on campus or even a local coffee shop to support a small business students plan to speak out against the idea of a board of trustees meeting Monday ahead of the February third vote on the idea check in says they're already enough Starbucks locations as it is we don't need anymore if somebody wanted Starbucks we could easily just walk to the set this move over to it Avenue and then there's one school officials say the chain is offering to pay more than four hundred thousand dollars a year for the first five years it operates without money going towards student programs at Hunter College critically she and WCBS newsradio eight eighty it's ten twenty two our store close to the doctors and these are the doctor's orders important information about right full of protein that will keep you satisfied throughout the day it contains important nutrients such as cold this may help anyone can contribute to the development such as salmonella can quickly multiply on X. kept room temperature that's why it's essential refrigerator exists soon as you get back from the store and don't keep them in the dorms that's actually the warmest part of the refrigerator as a powder that you remove the possibility of salmonella nation log on to the doctors dot com Dr Travis stork and those are the doctor's orders.

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