Local businesses impacted, but still doing their share to stay connected!

Episode 215 : Sponsored

Welcome back to another straight outta home version of 

This week, Quincy and Patricia kick off the show by saying…

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S

to Ashley and husband Keith on the arrival of their baby boy, Adrian!

Stay tuned in the coming weeks to hear Ashley’s story about her birth experience, as well as what it was like to give birth during a pandemic!

Up next, we review our Easter weekend and how we have been living it up… still from home! Did you and your families have a good time with your isolated holiday and celebrations?

Quincy then takes us to Angel’s Place Daycare to discover how their business has been impacted and what precautions they are taking to keep their kids and staff safe, while providing an option for parents working through COVID-19.

Up next, our hosts review some tips on working from home, such as how to stay motivated and be organized. Have you been using any of these tips to help in your own isolation situation?

We then interview Marvin Rogers, former street ball legend from Churchland! Marvin discusses the impact that COVID-19 has had on basketball and his current restrictions on training.

We then turn it over to Bobby Wright, owner of The Gym Downtown, to discuss how they have adapted during quarantine. Check them out to join their LIVE workouts with online classes!

Redemption! Quincy is given a second chance to see if he can qualify as a Priority Pest professional doing a second inspection under a house. Let’s just say… Quincy has a lot of room for growth.

In case you missed it, we also shared a clip from The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon! Check out Jimmy and The Roots singing “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” with Sting!
We close it out today with a performance from Tre’ Smith, performing his original song Life Is What You Make It.
We return next week. Same time. Same place! Until then, send us your pics and vids of you living life through quarantine to Share@Living757.com.
Stay safe, friends!