What’s your favorite TV show? How much do you love it? Do you love it enough to create a themed restaurant in its honor? Well, that is what Craig Deas did, and he talked about his journey on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Deas was the voice of the Lake…
It’s been over 20 years, and we are still talking about the O.J. Simpson trial. In fact, there is a new cable miniseries about the case, titled The People Vs. O.J. Simpson. Eddie Sipplen, an attorney with an office in West Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss…
The Cleveland Cavaliers haven’t made any roster changes, but the addition of Tyronn Lue as head coach seems to have changed the team. John Michael, the play-by-play voice on the Cavaliers Radio Network, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to gloss over all the goings on with the team. Specifically,…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 08:54

AUDIO: Akron Politicians Weigh In On Bank Merger

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News broke late Monday night that FirstMerit Bank will soon merge with Huntington, though not for another six months. The headquarters for FirstMerit Corporation is located in downtown Akron, and, after the merger with Columbus’s Huntington, it will create the largest bank in the state of Ohio. This came as…
In recent years, we’ve learned more about the dangers of concussions and what the term “concussion protocol” means, and a major motion picture put the topic front and center. But concussions have occurred much earlier than the professional and collegiate level, and an area athletic director is applying these concerns…
Friday, 22 January 2016 09:44

AUDIO: Will Waller Discusses Wheelchair Cavaliers

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A life-threatening and altering experience was turned upside down and into quite a positive. Will Waller is a player-coach with the Cleveland Wheelchair Cavaliers, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about the team. Waller and the Wheelchair Cavs travel the country and are very active in…
Thursday, 21 January 2016 09:53

AUDIO: Petroleum Expert Explains Low Gas Prices

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Drivers across the country have been blown away by the extremely low gas prices of late, especially in Michigan. Patrick DeHaan from GasBuddy.com joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss this phenomenon. Ultimately, DeHaan says the low prices are due to supply and demand, and during the winter months,…
Monday, 18 January 2016 09:59

AUDIO: Eddie Sipplen on MLK Day

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On this day in 1993, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was observed for the first time in all fifty states. Today, we celebrate the life of Dr. King and his message of equality and acceptance. Last week, Eddie Sipplen was tapped to be a part of the MLK commission in…
Once again, the topic of "dead malls" is at the forefront. More than a decade ago, it was Rolling Acres. This time around, Chapel Hill may be reaching dead mall status. Dan Horrigan, the new mayor of Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the future of Chapel…
Tuesday, 12 January 2016 09:58

AUDIO: Mike Hargrove On Analytics, TribeFest

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January is well underway, as is the snow and other wintertime headaches. But TribeFest is right around the corner, which means baseball will be back at some point, too. Mike Hargrove, the famed managed of the 1990s Indians, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss his thoughts on analytics,…
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