February 10, 2015

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Dr. Marc: Heart Health

We tossed chairs aside and rolled in a couple of treadmills this morning! Why? Dr. Marc from the Cleveland Clinic joined us in studio to talk exercise and heart health. Did you know that being a couch potato is almost as bad as smoking for your heart?

Get heart healthy with these tips:

  • 30-40 minute brisk walk three times per week will improve your fitness level and reduce risk of heart disease.  If you are already at increased risk of cardiovascular problems, you should aim for 30 mins of exercise at least five days per week.
  • it works to sneak exercise in throughout the day:

    -walk on the treadmill while you watch TV

    -park further away

    -take the stairs

    -go to a different floor to use the bathroom



They’ve brought a piece of Germany to Downtown Cleveland! We were joined with members of the Hofbrauhaus!

There’s a huge celebration coming up called “Fasching Cleveland!” It’s the German version of the Mardi Gras celebration and it kicks off tomorrow at the Hofbrauhaus. It runs until the 17th. There’s keg tapping, costumes, and a Masquarade Ball!


One Tank Trip

Neil took us on a One Tank Trip to Bowling Green! Take a look at our video clips for the whole story.



The Great Big Home and Garden Show

Tired of being stuck in the house? Jump in the car and head to the IX Center where Spring has arrived! We took you inside the Great Big Home and Garden Show.

The event runs now through February 15, 2015.


Pope’s Kitchen

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we created an entire meal around strawberries! Clark Pope from Pope’s Kitchen joined us with the easy recipes.



Natalie caught up with one of the acrobatic performers of Pippin! She even tried her hand at some hula-hooping.

Pippin is at Playhouse Square through this Sunday, February15th. Tickets are going fast!


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