A group called The Beatles played Cleveland’s Public Hall 50 years ago this month, and at 8:10am, we chatted with Ivor Davis about his new book, The Beatles and Me On Tour.
Supervisor Deb Cipriani joined Craig & Bruce to talk about the 13th Annual SkunkFest – taking place in North Ridgeville this Saturday!
North Ridgeville Superintendent Jim Powell & North Ridgeville Third Grade Teacher Katie Clapham talk about their new team environment.
Health educator Katie Bevan of the Lorain County General Health District stopped by to talk about preventing falls, wellness, and the United We Sweat campaign.
Dr. Gail Vance shares how the rapid advancements in genetic testing have opened many new doors for our personal health care.
It’s suicide prevention month and here to share some tips is Dr. Caitlin Thompson.
Frances Johnson of the Lorain Public Library System will tell us about “How To Month”!
Michael Bevis, Director of Academic Affairs for University of Phoenix shares advice on starting your own business and being more entrepreneurial in your career.
From “Who’s The Boss” to “Dallas”, actress Judith Light joined us to talk about the benefits of getting a flu shot.
Stephanie Wiersma, President of Lorain County Health and Dentistry joined the Morning Show. They are the only Ohio health center to make the finals in the National Health Center Week Video Contest. Listen to the interview and be sure to vote!
The Tribe’s Bob DiBiasio joined us to talk about the team’s pursuit of a playoff spot.
Scott Petrak of the Chronicle Telegram sizes up the Browns’ loss to the Steelers.
Lorain County Metroparks Director Jim Ziemnik shares new and exciting plans with Craig Adams at the Sheffield Village Artsfest at the French Creek Nature Center.
Check out the auction of the first place pie (apple strudel) from the Sheffield Village Artsfest…the winning bid: 200 dollars!
No interviews today. Have a great weekend!
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month… educate yourself. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital leads the fight against childhood cancer – and here to talk about it is St. Jude President & CEO Richard Shadyac, Jr. and St. Jude patient Miguel of the Dominican Republic.