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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Leslye Gale's O-Town Lowdown on Magic 107.7 for Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020

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Every morning on Magic 107.7 FM, Leslye Gale discusses the most interesting Orlando Weekly stories of the day on "Chad & Leslye." Check out Leslye's picks today.

Gov DeSantis Proposes Bill Cracking Down On Protestors



Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has proposed legislation that would seriously crack down on protestors, especially those who strike out at police. - LINK

We were already excited about the Orlando Philharmonic's opening night outdoors at Exploria Stadium, and now we're even more excited after learning who will be in the stands this weekend. - LINK

Former U.S. Representative and civil rights activist John Lewis passed away earlier this year.

At the time I was so disappointed that I never got a chance to meet him in person.

Needless to say, I was excited when I saw that, "John Lewis; Good Trouble" the story of Lewis' life, is coming to the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center in Orlando. - LINK

Check out more stories at OrlandoWeekly.com. Leslye's updates are every weekday morning at 5:10, 6:10, and 8:10 a.m. You can listen to Magic 107.7 live online.

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