Gloria Steinem was once quoted as saying, 'a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.' Actually she was quoting someone else, but she says plenty more worth hearing and you'll hear it Friday morning on The Sound of Ideas. We'll also talk with two other women in the public eye, Diane Rehm who loves going to work everyday at age 78 and artist Candy Chang, who came up with an idea that got the whole world thinking. Tune in Friday morning for The Sound of Ideas and find out what the idea was.
Help say good-bye and good riddance to 2014 with the Capitol Steps and our annual year-end review. It's all in our hour-long radio special of "Politics Takes a Holiday!" This year will feature all-new awards, such as: "Is that guy jumping the White House fence, or is he just really into Michelle's 'Get Moving' campaign?" "You say ISIS, I say ISIL. Let's call the whole thing off." And of course, "I scream, you scream, we all scream EBOLA!" Thursday at 9:00 on 90.3.
Do you sometimes think your home or garage could star in one of those TV hoarding shows? Getting organized can be a task so daunting that a profession has grown up around the concept of conquering one's stuff. Mike McIntyre talks with professional Northeast Ohio organizers about how they help harried people clear away the clutter.
Remember when TV was just 3 channels? Do you remember Ghoulardi, Barnaby, Captain Penny, Jungle Larry and Romper Room's Miss Barbara? How about the pioneering newswoman Dorothy Fuldheim? Take a step back to the early days of Cleveland television with veteran Cleveland radio and TV personality Mike Olszewski as he discusses his book Cleveland TV Tales. We'll also hear from longtime weatherman Dick Goddard, and from Big Chuck.
Was one of those presents under the tree barking this year? Or maybe a box was meowing. Children often ask for pets as gifts, and many parents are happy to oblige. Pet adoptions tend to spike around the holidays. But experts warn it can be easy to adopt the wrong pet and not figure it out until it's too late. So how do you find the right pet, and how do you ensure a smooth transition from shelter to family life during what is often a hectic season? Monday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
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