7:40am – David Nexon’s new book ,The Lion of the Senate: When Ted Kennedy Rallied the Democrats in a GOP Congress, tells the story of Ted Kennedy during the 1994 Republican Congress.
8:40am – Learn how to activate untapped brain energy to work smarter and think faster with Dave Asprey.
7:40am – Learn about the book Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters, with authors Robert Probst and Kylene Beers
8:10am – Bailey Kushner of the United Way of Greater Lorain County talked about the organization’s upcoming
7:20am – It’s Opening Day! Gear up for the start of the Indians season with Indians VP of Communication’s Bob DiBiasio.
8:20am – Habitat for Humanity’s Home is the Key campaign aims to create affordable housing for families that are in need. This morning we spoke with CEO Jonathan Reckoford about why the campaign is near to his heart.
8:40am – Wrongful Conviction is a new novel that tackles a decade old wrongful conviction and the racially biased justice system that let it happen. This morning we spoke with author Julia Dahl about the book.
7:40am – Luke Popovich told us about the importance of President Tumps executive order that unwound the Clean Power Plan.
8:40am – Author Marty Appel told us about his latest book, Casey Stengel: Baseball’s Greatest Character.
8:40am – Why are community gardens so important and how can you get one started in yours? Find out with Cheryl Forberg Nutritionist of NBC’s The Biggest Loser.
8:10am – The Zombies will perform on April 5 at the Lorain Palace. This morning we spoke with the bands drummer Hugh Grundy.
7:40am – Senator Sherrod Brown discussed Lorain Steel and the events going on in London.
8:10am – Lorain County Historical Society’s Jackie Kokai told us more about the Elyri Bicentennial Celebration.
8:40am – The disease Hyper-Trophic Cardio-Myopathy is a genetic condition that may lead to heart failure despite your health conscious efforts. This morning Dr. Srihari Naidu told us more about the disease.