Now that all the turkey's been eaten, the holiday season, and with it the shopping season has officially begun. This year, many stores decided Black Friday wasn't enough, extending sales the whole week. And if you didn't cross everyone off your list already, retailers are hoping to lure you online with Cyber Monday. But don't get duped in your hunt for the best gift!
When David Boone was homeless and 15, he'd sleep on the wooden bleachers in a Cleveland park. And the next day he'd be in school. In a district where dropouts are common, Boone stayed. He's a junior at Harvard now and has a co-op job with Microsoft next spring. He'll be with us, along with students and graduates from around the region, to talk about staying in school when dropping out is common.
Whether you're preparing the meal for tonight's big dinner or heading out on the road to get to family, we'd like to connect with you this holiday. We'll share a laugh. Maybe even shed a tear, as we hear Thanksgiving reflections and remembrances from people all over the region. We hope you enjoy this annual tradition. And, this day and every day, thank you for listening.
Dr. Akram Boutros has been at the helm of the MetroHealth System for a little more than a year. He's made many changes at Cuyahoga County's safety-net hospital, and has plans for many more. Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, Dr. Boutros joins us to discuss MetroHealth's mission of delivering medical care, often to the poor, and to lay out his vision for the $400-million transformation of the hospital's main campus. Join host Mike McIntyre.
In a tragic instant Saturday, a 12-year-old boy, apparently brandishing a BB-gun that looked like a real firearm, was shot dead by a Cleveland police officer. We'll bring you up to date on the latest in the shooting investigation and discuss the issues around it. And we invite you to share your thoughts on this tragedy, part of a deadly weekend of shootings throughout the city.
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