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Wednesday, 11/25/2015

The Christmas lights are up all around the Lorain County Metro Parks. Today we spoke with the LCMP’s Venessa Klesta about the yearly tradition of the Holiday Lights.

Kick off the holiday season with Cleveland’s Winterfest this Saturday. This morning Meghan Tinker gave us the run down of the holiday celebration at the Playhouse Square.

This year Lorain’s Waterfront Winterfest will span two full days, Nov. 28 and Nov. 29. The festivities will kick off with a parade this Saturday, but Steve Bansek will let you know there is so much more.

This morning we took a look back at Cleveland TV in the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. Mike Olszewski, co-author of Cleveland TV Tales Volume 2, talked to us about everything from the Son of Ghoul, the rise of the glamorous news anchor and Cleveland’s investigative reporters.

Tuesday, 11/24/2015

Ford Motor Company has created a unique suit to teach young people about the dangers of driving under the influence of illegal drugs. Now the suit will be incorporated into the Ford Driving Skills for Life Driver Program. Today we spoke with  Jim Graham, Director of Driving Skills, about how the suit is being used to help teach teenagers learn responsible driving.

The old rules of engagement have changed, and innovative business leader Zain Raj shows how to adapt in his new book, Marketing for Tomorrow, Not Yesterday: Surviving and Thriving in the insight Economy. Today we spoke with Zain about 21st century marketing.

This morning we spoke with children’s author Toby Haberkorn about her new book When My Grammy Forgets, I remember: A child’s perspective on Dementia.

Monday, 11/23/15

Lorain County Community College will hold a special Thanksgiving Dinner from 5-7pm on Wednesday, November 25 for anyone unable to share the holiday with family or friends. LCCC Student Life Manager Selina Gaddis told us more about the even this morning.

The Browns had the week off, but there are still a lot of questions as to the future of the coaches and players. The Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak offered up his opinion on those subjects.

Friday, 11/20/2015

Looking for gifts for the kids? The toy guy Chris Byrne will give you tips for the hottest holiday toys this year.

This Sunday the Lorain Historical Society will celebrated the end of construction at the Carnegie Center with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Today, the Lorain Historical Society’s Barb Piscopo told us about the event and everything that went into restoring the space.

Thursday, 11/18/2015

After the Civil War: The Heroes, Villains, Soldiers, and Civilians Who Changed America takes a look at the United States after Lincoln’s assassination. Find out who Americas key figures were during that time with the Books author James Robertson.

On Saturday at the St. Jude School Hall in Elyria the Black Rive Stamp Club will honor Elyria Industrialist Arthur L. Garford. Today the BRSC’s Helen Kopp gave us a history lesson on Arthur L. Garford and previewed the weekends big event.

Wednesday, 11/18/2015

Thanksgiving is a time to be great full and give to others. Today Lifestyle Expert Jim Morelli gave us some great tips for being grateful, giving back and even a recipe or two for the holiday.

This week in Los Angeles car manufactures from all over are showing off the future of the automobile. Today auto Industry Expert Mike Caudill joined us live from the city of Angels to tell us about newest innovations in the industry.

Tuesday, 11/17/2015

Looking for the right holiday gift? How about a good book. This morning Amazon.com editorial director Sara Nelson told us about the best books of 2015.

Breath to Breath tells the story of a young man who moves in with his estranged father. Unexpectedly the protagonist is dragged into a dangerous situation in which he must help protect a four-year-old boy. The book is the first in a trilogy written by author Craig Lew. Before you go out and by it, hear what the Author of Breath to Breath has to say about his latest work.