On this edition of Bases and Balls, Guardians broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus joined Ray to talk about the success of this young Guardians team and the home stretch of the current season.
During this week's session of Film School, Film study professor Joe Fortunato joined Ray to break down one the most widely known films of all time, Citizen Kane.
This week, advanced new autonomous and remote controlled aircraft, and what the state of Ohio is doing to make sure it doesn't crash into what's already flying overhead.
Our special guest is Dr. Christina Bloebaum, Dean of Kent State University's College of Aeronautics and Engineering.
Dr. Christina Bloebaum, Kent State University
Cleveland Guardians Senior VP Bobby DiBiasio joined Ray to reminisce about two stellar former Cleveland pitchers in Cliff Lee and CC Sabathia. They also looked ahead to the rest of the current season for this young Guardians team.
Daniel Bennett from the ADM Board spoke with Ray about the symptoms and treatment of mental health issues in honor of Suicide Prevention Month.
"The Voice of the Buckeyes" Paul Keels joined Ray to preview both the Buckeyes' upcoming football season and their marquee opening matchup against Notre Dame.
Paul Dolan, owner of the Cleveland Guardians, joined Ray. They talked about the young team, the new minority owner, how important Tito is to the team, and more!
Akron Public Schools Communication and News Director, Mark Williamson, joined Ray. Today is the first day of school for some students in the new Garfield CLC. Ray and Mark talked about the new building, new programs, the first day, staff needs, and more.
Film Study Professor, Joe Fortunato, joins Ray every Friday for Film School. This week they talked about the 1992 film, A Leage of Their Own.
The first freshwater, offshore wind farm in North America, is one step closer to being built on Lake Erie, now that the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled the permit allowing it to be situated there, was legally issued.
Exactly when construction will begin though, is still up in the air. Despite repeated attempts over the past few weeks,we have been unable to reach the President of the Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation (LEEDCO), for an update. We are, though, including a couple of clips from an interview we did with Dave Karpinski a few years ago, when we first started talking about the project. As soon as we can get an interview with him on recent developments; we'll be sure to pass it along.
Our special guest today, is Green Energy Ohio Executive Director, Jane Harf, who tells us why she believes the Ice Breaker Wind Project is an important step toward mitigating the damaging effects of climate change, and improving public health.
Jane Harf, Executive Director, Green Energy Ohio
Listen to this week's Soft Scoop with Lynn Kelly. She'll keep you up to date with concerts and events. Brought to you by Red Wing Shoes.
Senior VP of the Cleveland Guardians, Bobby DiBiasio, joins Ray every week to talk baseball! This week, they talked about John Adams being added to the team's Hall of Fame, the new schedule, playing every team, and how exciting it is to watch the young Guardians.
Dr. Michael Ellis, Associate Professor of Economics at Kent State University, joined Ray. Many people are worried that we are in a recession, or at least on our way there. Ray and Dr. Ellis talk about where we are and what to expect going forward.