July 16, 2013
We had a very special show today! The Jonas Brothers were in studio helping David and Natalie co-host New Day Cleveland!
Check out our video clips for Joe Jonas helping David cook, Kevin learning about gardening, and Nick answering viewer questions!
You can see The Jonas Brothers in concert TONIGHT at 8 p.m. at Blossom Music Center.
Visit www.livenation.com for tickets!
Hollywood and Dine
David whipped up a recipe inspired by Channing Tatum with the help of Joe Jonas!
Click here for his Shrimp and Grits recipe!
Fresh Brewed Tees
We tried convincing the Jonas Brothers to add some Cleveland style to their concert wardrobe tonight! Tony Madalone from Fresh Brewed Tees joined us with the latest Cleveland T-shirts.
Joe Jonas and Natalie sat down with Angie for the deal of the week!
It’s the Largest Caribbean All Inclusive Destination Experience: Ideal for family vacations, destination weddings, groups and getaways with friends. Think over 10 restaurants, 15 bars, nightly entertainment, an 18-hole golf course, a Vegas-style casino, 15 pools, and a huge kids club!
- Book by 7/22 and receive up to $200.00 off your reservation
- Resort Credits
- Stay 3-4 night stay receive $500.00
- Stay 5-6 nights and receive $750.00
- Stay 7 nights and receive $1500.00
- Good for unlimited excursions, room upgrade, spa and golf
If you build it, they will come. Meaning if you plant a backyard garden, insects are on their way! So how do you keep pest from eating your produce? We welcomed Fran Blank from Don Mould’s Plantation with easy tips and products.
- Planting under cover. Just “keep ‘em out!” with floating row cover or Reemay. This polyester fabric “floats” over your growing plants and prevents flying insects from damaging your vegies. To use: spread the fabric over your bed and anchor the fabric with soil. Reemay allows 75% light transmission and rain penetrates it. Just be sure to leave some slack in your row cover so growing plants have room to stretch.
- Growing in tunnels. Use the row cover to make low tech tunnels. Demo using a little red wagon carrying a container of soil, hoops and fabric. Cut no.9 wire about 64 inches long and simply push it into the ground to make a hoop. Make a row of hoops as long as you need – place them about 3 feet apart. Cover the row of “hoops” with row cover. Anchor the ends with a rock or a brick and you have a tunnel. Add a second hoop over each hoop already in the ground – so the fabric is sandwiched between the hoops. The sandwich effect allows you to easily push the fabric up and tend to your crop. I have used this technique to successfully keep flea beetles off of my eggplant.
- Safe sprays for disease problems in gardens that are too wet.
Stownut Donut and Diner
We (Plus all the Jonas Brothers) got cooking with Karen Bellian from Stownut Donut and Diner! Check out the video clip!