September 20, 2016
For 20 years music fans have been celebrating the holiday season with spectacular performances by Tran-Siberian Orchestra. This year, the tradition continues! We chatted with Al Pitrelli and Kayla Reeves from Trans-Siberian Orchestra via satellite to find out more!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra returns to Quicken Loans Arena for “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” presented by Hallmark Channel! You can catch one of two shows happening on December 31st at either 3pm or 9pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, September 16th at 10am!
Clam Bakes & Other Fall Fish
The leaves are changing and that means it’s clam bake season in Northeast Ohio! Here with details was Tom McIntyre from Kate’s Fish at the Westside Market.
Catch Kate’s Fish at the Ohio City Street Festival on Sunday, September 25th from 11am-7pm. You’ll enjoy live music, food from neighborhood restaurants, and locally brewed beer! The Westside Market will also be open! Best part? It’s free!
It’s one of the most popular types of wine and now is the perfect time to enjoy a glass! Dina Kostis, Sommelier from Pickwick & Frolic, joined us in studio for more.
Canary Travel: Bora Bora
Another destination Canary Travel can whisk you away to? Bora Bora! This is your chance to plan a dream vacation and save a few bucks. Book a package to Bora Bora for two people and receive $200 off!
Herbs: Flavor, Fragrance & Fitness
Using herbs can spruce up any recipe, but what about using herbs for fitness? Here to explain was Kathleen Gips from The Western Reserve Herb Society.
Stautzenberger Animal Studies
Thinking about a career change? Take your love for animals in a new direction with Stautzenberger College! They’ve expanded their Animal Studies offerings. Here to explain was Campus President, John Girard.
Be sure to check out their 2nd Annual Dogtoberfest! The event will feature costume contests, ice cream social, and more activities! Adoptable dogs will also be there! All proceeds from the event will go to local rescue groups. It’s all happening October 1st at Stautzenberger College in Brecksville.