The WEOL Morning Show

Wednesday, 6/28/2017

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

8:40am – Jerome Loving’s new book Jack and Norman: On the Legacy of Norman Mailer’s “The Executioner’s Song” tells the true story of how  author Norman Mailer worked to have have Jack Abbot freed from federal prison. Just six month’s after his release, Abbot went on to murder a man and flee the county.  This morning Jerome spoke with Bruce and Craig about the book and his research.

Tuesday, 6/27/2017

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

8:10am – Olympic Swimming Champion Summer Sanders talked with us about tonight’s Collegiate Women Sports Awards

Monday, 6/26/2017

Monday, June 26th, 2017

7:20am – The Tribe will be taking off for Puerto Rico next season and All-Star voting…Find out more with the Indian’s Bob DiBiasio.

8:10am – It seems everyone in Lorain County has been impacted by the recent opioid crisis. This morning the Blessing House’s Donna Humphrey talked about how their organization has been effected and what they are doing to try and help those in need.

8:40am – For many taking care of an aging loved one can be a hardship. In the new book, How to Have Fun with you Aging Parent’s, Christina Britton Conroy gives you tips for taking care of and older loved one.

 

Friday, 6/23/2017

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

7:40am – The new book Shark, by Brian Skerry, brings shark encounters to life. We spoke with  Brian about his research on the Morning Show.

Bonus:

James Hampson played his horn during Spellebrate Lorain County. Our own Craig Adams caught up with him to ask about his horns.