May 24, 2013
Critics argue safety is not top of mind when it comes to $100 tickets for blowing a traffic signal - yet Cleveland looks to more than double its stationary red light cameras. Friday morning on the Sound of Ideas - we'll be discussing the week's top stories. From traffic cameras - to who's out and who's in at the statehouse, and how that decision was shaped by the race for the top seat in Cuyahoga County. Join host Rick Jackson at 9 on 90.3.
May 23, 2013
We're on the verge of Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer and a holiday often associated with picnics and cookouts. But Memorial Day has a much more profound purpose: It's a day to reflect, to mourn and to memorialize those brave men an women of the military who gave their lives defending America's Democratic ideals. We'll tell you how that is being done this year in Northeast Ohio and we'd love to hear your thoughts, Thursday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
May 22, 2013
Want to bolster your faith in the future? Check out the Sound of Ideas Wednesday morning at 9. We'll have a conversation with four incredibly impressive members of the high school class of 2013, recently featured in the Plain Dealer's Senior Standout section. We'll learn of their accomplishments, their inspiration and their aspirations. And we'll check in with a standout from last year, Cleveland Public Schools product David Boone, to find out how he's doing at Harvard.
May 21, 2013
Henry Ford is credited with saying at one point during the production of the Model T: "Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black." Choices are much broader now. And car buying is much more complicated. Tuesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about what's popular among local buyers, how to avoid purchasing potholes in our region and what to do if you hit one. We've got plenty of room; come along for the ride.
May 20, 2013
Jobs are top of mind for Ohioans: Creating jobs, keeping jobs and balancing work with life. Yahoo this year touched a nerve by ordering its tele-commuting employees to return to the office. Communication and collaboration can't be done from home, the company said. But legions of work-from-home employees, nationwide and in our region, disagree. Monday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas, an encore presentation of our discussion about whether working from home works.