Governor or no governor, the City Club held a debate this week. Friday on The Sound of Ideas hear what the Democratic and Libertarian candidates had to say to the audience and the empty chair. There's another new idea about what to do with Burke Lakefront Airport and it's apparently one that appeals to business. And new allegations about the Ohio State Marching Band are even more salacious than the originals. Join host Rick Jackson at 9:00 for The Sound of Ideas.
Do you try to sit down with the whole family for dinner each night? With work schedules and kids' sports and extracurriculars, it may be impossible to do. Family meal time, some studies suggest, has lasting benefits for you and your kids. Then again, other research shows that striving for family dinners might just stress busy families out.
The air is getting crisp. Trees radiate color. Winter isn't that far away. But that's no reason to bolt the door and hibernate in the family room. Our listeners tell us all the time about what great assets the public parks of Northeast Ohio are. Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about ways to get the most out of those assets. It doesn't have to be 78 degrees in the shade. It could be sweater weather, even parka weather.
If your mom was anything like my mom, she told you to clean your plate: "There are starving people in the world who'd love to have that tuna casserole." Well, Mom's not gonna like this: The United Nations estimates that a third of food produced for human consumption is wasted. Nearly 3 trillion pounds. In the U.S., $162 billion dollars of food annually goes uneaten.
Have you ever opened your mailbox to find one of those "lovely gifts" from a local municipality? The kind with a picture of your car kinda, maybe, just possibly going a tick over the speed limit? No one likes opening an envelope to find a traffic camera ticket. Some Clevelanders are doing more than fighting the ticket, they're fighting the cameras with a ballot issue that would effectively ban them in the city. Discussion with Mike McIntyre Monday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
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