Pizza! The 14th Annual Elyria Sunrise Rotary Pizza Challenge is coming to Abraham Ford on Tuesday. We’ll get a preview at 7:20am from ESR President Jill Petitti.
We’re trying to book Chronicle Telegram Outdoors Editor Byron Scarbrough for 8:10am. If anyone sees Byron, please have him call Bruce.
Straight from HGTV’s “Renovation Raiders”…it’s Amy Matthews at 8:40am.
It has been said, everyday is Earth Day for farmers. Kansas’ Katie Sawyer shares what life is like for today’s farmers and how farmers remain sustainable.
Oberlin College Sustainability Coordinator, Bridget Flynn, talks about this year’s “Ecolympics” – Oberlin’s campus-wide competition to reduce energy and water consumption.
KNOW BEFORE YOU THROW! Make every day Earth Day by recycling better and smarter!
Bonnets to Boardrooms: Women’s Stories From A Historic College Town is the new book compiled and edited by Eugenia Poporad Vanek. “Geni” shares the stories of Oberlin women.
Here’s a thought; Live Long , Die Short. It’s also the name of a new book from Dr. Roger Landry, who’s in Elyria for a speaking engagement. The good doctor joins us in studio.
Neil Diamond Discussion
Are you ready for “Shred Day”? Tiffany Barker of the Lorain County Solid Waste Management District tells us how to get rid of those sensitive documents.
Mega Championship Wrestling is returning to Lorain County Community College…a fundraiser presented by the Friends of Murray Ridge. Mad Dog will slaps a Figure Four Leg Lock on Bruce & Craig!
We heard from Tribe Vice President Bob DiBiasio!
EarthFest 2014: Celebrating the Year of Zero Waste! Scott Sanders previews this weekend’s festivities.
Cleveland Indians Charities Coordinator, Nate Janoso joined The Morning Show to talk about the upcoming High School Hardball Classic taking place at Progressive Field on April 11th.
Marcus Glover from The Horseshoe Casino gets us pumped up for the launch of the “Then & Now” campaign – a look at Cleveland’s past and present memories + a chance to win prizes!
Health Education Program Manager from the Lorain County General Health Department, Sara Warner gives us tips on how to de-stress both our bodies and minds… ahhh.
Radical Remission: The Nine Key Factors That Can Make a Real Difference is a new book by Dr. Kelly Turner, Ph.D. that talks about the phenomenon of spontaeous cancer remission.