Hollywood and Dine
While on a recent trip to the West Side Market, David was given a few pints of blueberries with the promise he would make something on the show with them. So, today he baked a blueberry pie! Take a look at our video clips for his easy instructions.
Follow up a blueberry pie with a trip to the gym! Today was Workout Wednesday. Natalie took us to a class called “Ride and Row.”
Five Guys Named Moe
Head to the Allen Theatre this weekend to catch Five Guys Named Moe on stage! We welcomed two of the performers, Paris Nix and Sheldon Henry.
Ashland University Bridal Show
If a walk down the aisle is in your future, or your daughter’s or granddaughters, there’s a new way to help you plan the wedding. Carrie Gough from Ashland University Catering joined us in studio to talk about their new bridal show.
Guests will be guided through each sate of the wedding process – the ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception. This is an interactive bridal show (the only one in the area!) that will shuttle the guests in style between each venue.
The Ashland University Bridal Showcase is happening Saturday, February 7th, at 3 pm. The price is $15 a person and will include hors ‘oeuvres, a three course meal, and a bridal bag.
To register, call 419-289-5249 or visit: www.ashlandwedding.com
What She Really Wants for Valentine’s Day
Struggling to find a Valentine’s Day gift that your wife or girlfriend will actually like? David took you shopping with Renee Sanden from Simon Great Lakes Mall. Take a look at our video clips for her unique ideas!
This is your ticket out of the snow! It’s a first time offer from Canary Travel – deals to Jamaica!
Now is the time to book your Jamaican getaway. Save up to $200 on vacation packages booked now through Sunday, February 8th. That includes flight and hotel!
Call Canary for more details: 216-252-1000 or visit: www.canarytravel.com
Round Up for Hunger
Here’s a reason to go out to dinner tonight – you can make a difference in the life of someone in Northeast Ohio. Karen Ponza from the Cleveland Food Bank joined us to talk about Round Up For Hunger.
It’s a program designed to make it easy to help fight hunger in our community. Simply round up when you pay your check at participating restaurants and all the money you give goes to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to provide meals for those in need.
For a list of participating restaurants, visit: