June 9, 2015

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Backyard Cooking Lessons

We taught you a basic dough recipe that you can turn into three different dishes! We met with Kathy Lehr at her home in Bath Township for some backyard cooking lessons.

You can also get lessons from Kathy! Attend her Wood-Fired Oven Classes on Saturday, June 20th or June 27th from 10a-1:30p.

You can contact Kathy via email: taoofdough@neo.rr.com

Dr. Marc

We all have health questions and today Dr. Marc joined us live in studio to answer them!

Summer Fashion Must-Haves

Battle the heat of summer and still dress to the nines! We went to Crocker Park to check out some of this season’s top trends at BCBG Max Azaria.

www.bcbg.com

Red, Wine & Brew

It’s a one-stop-shop for wine, beer, cigars, and great food! We went inside Red, Wine & Brew in Mentor!

www.redwineandbrew.us/mentor

One Tank Trip

Ready for a summer road trip? Neil Zurcher joined us today with a One Tank Trip to Portage Lake!

www.portagelakescruises.com

www.newfranklin.org

www.pavscreamery.com

Great Lakes Science Center: Beyond Rubik’s Cube

How about a little exercise for your brain? There’s a brand new exhibit at The Great Lakes Science Center featuring the world’s best selling toy – the Rubik’s Cube!

Beyond Rubik’s Cube: The Ultimate Hands-on Experience is at the Great Lakes Science Center through September 7th!

www.greatscience.com

The Cleveland Foundation

Want an easy way to earn some extra cash? Bob Eckardt from The Cleveland Foundation stopped by to talk about the Cleveland Foundation Yearbook Contest!

You can send photos via Instagram of the people you love in Cleveland or photos of people making a difference in the community at #ClevelandYearbook. June is the last month of a 3-month contest where 8 monthly winners will get $101 from FOX 8 – with a July grand prize winner receiving $1,001 (in honor of the Cleveland Foundation’s 101-st year).

Photos may end up in the foundation’s Cleveland Yearbook, debuting at the end of this year!

www.clevelandfoundation.com

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