Rob King of AT&T Sports net recaps 7-4 road trip for the Pirates which started with a 17-4 blowout in St. Louis and concluded with a 3-outta-4 series in San Diego. So what has been the secret to this version of the Pirates bounce back? Timely hitting and standout pitching from some unlikely sources
Brooks Koepka narrowly steals the PGA Championship, but a win is a win. Gerry details Brooks success after finishing second at the Master's, and how he can keep the momentum up moving into the US Open.
Gerry Dulac is not a fan of the rowdiness that ensues at Bethpage State Park during the PGA Championship, and that's not limited to just the fans. Rob King has been impressed by the Pirates resilience at the plate and on the mound despite a drastic run differential - and welcomes Jordan Lyles as the new ace.
Comedian Harland Williams shares how he thinks Gene Simmons does yard work and some advanced Game of Thrones product placement miscues, and how it feels to have been cast in some timeless comedies. Catch Harland this weekend performing at the Pittsburgh Improv
Comedian Harland Williams describes the first drive thru at the Winterfell White Castle, Sean Collier advocates for John Wick 3 despite not liking John Wick 1 or John Wick 2 and the Nox Boys drop a new album in the Coffeehouse ahead of their show at Mr. Smalls tonight.
Bg Cat counts his knuckles and frustrations now that the Bulls won't get Zion, also just how bad are NHL referees and Lev Bell is at it again up in New York, causing managerial turmoil and front office headaches.
Big Cat from Barstool Sports tries to solve how many knuckles he has, and how he encouraged Anna Kendrick to unfollow him on Twitter. Stan Savran says NHL refs who miss calls are failing the sport, and Ahmed Ahmed has plenty of new material thanks to one audience member in Naples, Florida.
Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle catches hell from his friends about his fashion choices, especially his wedding attire deep in the heart of Texas. Also, Jesse Ventura applies for Sean McDowell's job and AB sends a Cameo video to Sean wishing him well. And local comedian Vinny Fasline is in town at the Improv tonight get tickets at improv.com/pittsburgh
Our beloved Sean McDowell will retire on July 31st, take a trip with him and the Morning Show crew as they reflect on his 26 years with DVE and 41 years in the broadcasting business. Billy Gardell has a new show airing on CBS in the fall, and we dive into the strange world of Foamers.
Sean McDowell announced his retirement earlier this morning with Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show, his last day will be July 31st. We take a trip with Sean and reminisce over his twenty six year career at DVE and beyond - from stories about meeting Van Halen and the glory days of radio to receiving gifts of turntable hash. He even gets a shout from Billy Gardell!
Our own legendary afternoon jock Sean McDowell will be hanging up the headphones on July 31st after forty-one years in radio and twenty six with WDVE. Sean started his career with WYDD New Kensington in 1978, and the rest is radio history. We're sad to see Sean leave, but will have two months to cherish the memories of his historical career. Check out his full stint on the Morning Show today for a trip back to the vinyl days of rad... Read more
Steelers fans and coaches have high hopes for Rookie linebacker Devin Bush, but the 2019 Draft Class may run much deeper than it's first round stud. Diontae Johnson, Justin Layne, Benny Snell, Jr., Zach Gentry and Sutton Smith will all have ample opportunity to make an impact on this year's team, be it special teams or potentially starting - it all starts here!
Gerry Dulac recaps a welcoming weekend of Steelers Rookie Mini Camp and reminisces on some rather turbulent radio shows at the hands of a certain former Steeler. Sean McDowell helps commemorate Exile on Main Street's 47th anniversary with stories as only he can share.
The Mayor Sean Casey stops by in advance of Opening Day at the Miracle League of the South Hills and shares the perils of dog walking, Bill references some questionable parenting skills in 80s/90s pop culture. Also, Sean Collier's movie reviews and Kaelber perform in the DVE Coffeehouse
The Pirates blow another lead at home and Clint Hurdle is to blame, says Stan Savran. Why not refer to Felipe Vazquez in the 8th for a one-out save? Also, Starling Marte will never be the leader Pirates fans hope for him to be. And what to watch for in Rookie Mini Camp this weekend on the South Side.
The GodFather of Pittsburgh Sports is critical of Clint Hurdle's managerial decisions in the late innings of yesterday's game, Bill has a special ad for dog moms and Chris Boles stops by to share details about next weekend's Lawrenceville Art Crawl
Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle doesn't see himself participating in the Met Gala anytime soon, also Mike is in denial of his own nerdiness given his devout interest and extensive knowledge of Game of Thrones.
Billy Gardell confesses his facial hair challenges, and at what age should kids start to help around the house, and the ideal funeral playlist. Bill Crawford lulls the criticism the Royal Family receives for their old-school names by pointing out some flaws in trendy American names.
No Bill or Randy today, which means "Best Of" bits and some cuts from our Comedy Fest comedians - tickets are on-sale NOW! Also, Mike recaps a successful, but costly weekend for the Pirates and a dramatic turn of events following Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
Two longtime comedic friends were in-studio this morning: Chris Titus, who will be at the Pittsburgh Improv all weekend, and Billy Gardell, who's performing in Erie tonight and at the Harv Theater in WV tomorrow. Billy and Chris share stories of their friendship and on-screen time together as the best cop duo in the biz.