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Dr. Karen Kramer Diamond Chat

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

WEOL’s Tim Alcorn and The Chronicle Telegram’s Shaun Bennett bring you the latest news from the Diamonds in Lorain County on this weeks edition of the Dr. Karen Kramer Diamond Chat.

 

Bull’s Eye Live at Lorain County Community College

Friday, April 6th, 2018

April is National Community College month, and to celebrate, Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon is taking the show on the road to Lorain County Community College on Monday, April 9 from 3pm – 6pm.

Join us as we explore Lorain County Community College with the Professors, administration and faculty who have helped make LCCC the great institution it is today.

During the show, Bull and Matt will be joined by Professor Regan Silvestri who has been wowing kids with his one-man “Magical Science” show; Chef and Director of the Culinary Arts Institute at LCCC Adam Schmith who oversees the student-run restaurant Sage & Seed;  VP of Strategic and Institutional Development, Tracy Green who overlooks the Community Strategic Engagement and many more guests.

Don’t miss this special edition of Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon Monday, April 9 from 3pm to 6pm on AM930 and streaming live right here on WEOL.com Stream 1.

Dr. Karen Kramer Lorain County Diamond Chat

Friday, March 30th, 2018

Hear what is happening on the Lorain County high school baseball and softball Diamonds on the new weekly video, the Dr. Karen Kramer Diamond Chat with Tim Alcorn and Shaun Bennett.

Italian-American Baseball Family

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Film maker Roberto Angoti joined Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon recently to talk about his new documentary “Italian-American Baseball Family” which shares the story of how Italian-Americans assimilated into popular culture through the game of baseball.

Recently , Angotti held a viewing of his documentary at Case Western Reserves’ Strosacker Auditorium.  After the show, he and renowned Cleveland Indians Historians spoke with the audience about the movie and Italian-Americans who played for the Tribe.

Hear more about Angotti and his reason for making the movie in a conversation he had with  our own Andy “Bull” Barch during that edition of Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon.