February 12, 2015

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We welcomed one of our favorite comedians to the studio this morning! Bobby Collins will be at Hilarities on East 4th Street tonight through Saturday, February 14th.


Susan’s Sugar & Spice

Susan St. Aubyn-Zeyer joined us in studio with a romantic recipe for a Valentine’s Night at home! She shared her easy Chicken Piccatta recipe with us.

Click here for the complete recipe.


Salsa and Ceviche

We have another way to spice things up this weekend! If you’re tired of your typical date night – head to Pepper Pike for a Salsa Lesson! Natalie went inside Salsa and Ceviche to learn a few moves.

New to Salsa? Don’t worry! There are plenty of beginners and newcomers each week. Salsa and Ceviche happens each Friday night at 8:15pm in the downstairs lounge of Restaurant Europa. The best part? The 45 minute lesson is only $5!



Romantic Night In

No need to stress over reservations on Valentine’s Day. You can plan a simple and great evening at home. Mary Michaud from World Market joined us in studio with the tools you’ll need to celebrate.



Head to Playhouse Square for Pippin! You may recognize one of the cast members – he’s been on a long list of TV roles and is currently playing the role of “King Charles.”

Pippin is at Playhouse Square at the Connor Palace now through Sunday, February 15th. There are several shows remaining but tickets are going fast!


Moss at the Movies

David took us inside the new film “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water!”

House of Blues: Fat Tuesday

It’s speaking up on us this year! We’re talking about Fat Tuesday! We celebrated early with The House of Blues. Chef Jared Williams joined us in studio.

The New Orleans-inspired celebration is happening Tuesday, February 17th. You can enjoy a Cajun and Creole flavored menu, drink features, and live music!


Heart Health

Big advancements have been made for the 700 patients who will receive a pacemaker this year. Here to explain was Dr. Daniel Cantillon from The Cleveland Clinic.


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