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From AC & Kelly this morning….Five Websites You Can Trust for Accurate Coronavirus Information

Here are some websites you can trust for accurate coronavirus information.

There’s a lot of information EVERYWHERE about coronavirus, and some of it isn’t always correct.  Here are five websites you can trust with accurate answers to all of your questions.

1.  The CDC’s guide to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) – Lots of information on what you should know, symptoms, prevention and treatment, and developing news.

2.  The WHO’s guide to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak – How to protect yourself, travel advice, global research, and breaking news.  Also check out their MYTH BUSTERS page.

3.  The FDA’s guide to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) – Lots of information about fraudulent cures, preventative measures, and testing.

4.  WHO Coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) situation reports – Updates on confirmed cases of the virus around the world.

5.  Dr. Oz’s Coronavirus Survival Protocol – Quick tips from Dr. Oz on how to keep yourself safe through lifestyle, hygiene, preparation, medicine, and food choices.


From AC & Kelly……The Coronavirus Outbreak
What you should know…..Are there any habits I can practice at home to stay healthy?

Experts suggest everyone in the house start a new habit today: Wash your hands as soon as you walk through the door.”

So many people don’t know how to wash their hands properly,” says Edith Bracho-Sanchez, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons

You’ve heard it over and over, but one of the best ways to protect yourself against infection from COVID-19 — or cold or flu, for that matter – is good old-fashioned hand hygiene. Washing your hands frequently, as well as avoiding touching your face, eyes and nose, is a tried-and-true way to cut down on respiratory infections, Perl says.

Studies have shown that “good hand-washing and frequent hand-washing will decrease the risk of transmission of these viruses anywhere from 30 to 50 percent,” she says. “You can use the alcohol-based hand gels, or you can use soap and water. It doesn’t need to be any kind of antibacterial soap.” And you should scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds — about as long as it takes to sing the “Happy Birthday” song twice.

Also, if you’re not already doing it, start practicing good respiratory etiquette: Cough into your elbow instead of spewing virus-laden particles into the air (and wash your hands right after), and make sure to throw out your used tissues, since they might have virus particles on them.

“Those are very, very effective kinds of measures just in terms of decreasing exposure of others,” says Perl.

The Coronavirus Outbreak
What you should know


AC is Obsessed with Shawmila…..Shawn Mendes And Camila Cabello Just Shut Down All Their Relationship Haters In One Hilarious Kissing Video

Haters gonna hate…but Shawn and Camila are taking their critics to a new level…Follow HOT-101 on Insta and check out this video!



A Teacher Gave Birth on a Sidewalk at School? Her Principal and Dean delivered the baby?

What happened next?!!!

teacher gave birth on the sidewalk outside her school, with the assistance of her principal and dean of students.

Lindsay Agbalokwu was due with her second baby on September 17th, so when the Colorado mom woke up on Tuesday with cramps, she wrote them off as Braxton Hicks (small contractions that don’t necessarily indicate early labor).

So Agbalokwu drove to work at DSST: Conservatory Green in Denver, where she teaches reading to middle school students, and hoped for the best. The 33-year-old had a busy day ahead teaching and handing out core value awards. But after the ceremony, when Agbalokwu went to her 6th-grade homeroom class, her cramps strengthened.

“The pain felt different,” the teacher tells Yahoo Lifestyle. Agbalokwu asked co-teacher Marissa Kast to cover her classroom and to alert principal Natalie Lewis and dean of students Chris Earls, while she used the bathroom.

“In the classroom, the pain went from zero to 100,” Agbalokwu tells Yahoo Lifestyle.

Lewis and Earls walked Agbalokwu outside the building while she debated calling her mother for help. “I said, ‘We should call 911 — I think the baby is coming,” says the teacher.

Denver teacher Lindsay Agbalokwu gave birth outside her school, with the help of her principal and dean of students. (Photo: Courtesy of Lindsay Agbalokwu)
Denver teacher Lindsay Agbalokwu gave birth outside her school, with the help of her principal and dean of students. (Photo: Courtesy of Lindsay Agbalokwu)

Fortunately, Kast had a sleeping bag in her car, so she laid it down on the sidewalk while Lewis called for an ambulance.

“I lay down and we put the dispatcher on speaker phone, who started giving delivery instructions to Natalie and Chris,” Agbalokwu tells Yahoo Lifestyle.

After a few “terribly painful minutes” during which Lewis coached Agbalokwu with encouragement, a fire truck pulled up to the school and emergency workers took over.

Baby Zara was born immediately and the mother and daughter were driven to the hospital. Agbalokwu is now home with Zara, her husband, and their 17-month-old son.

“I was in so much pain, I didn’t care that these people are my bosses — they are both parents,” Agbalokwu tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “They were my support people.”

From  By Elise Solé

How Do You Know If You’re a Strong Person? Here Are the Top Ten Signs

“Strength” can mean different things.  So what does it really mean to be a “strong” person?  A new survey asked 2,000 people.  And #1 on the list is something NOT everyone sees as a strength.  But it was the top answer in the poll.

Here are the top ten signs you’re a strong person, according to the survey . . .

1.  Being able to admit when you’re wrong.

2.  Having a positive attitude.

3.  Being honest, even when it’s tough.

4.  Speaking up when you think someone’s being unfair.

5.  Standing up for other people who are being mistreated.

6.  Apologizing when you’re wrong.  So not just admitting it, but saying you’re sorry too.

7.  Being supportive.

8.  Being able to ask for help when you need it.

9.  Putting your problems aside to help others.

10.  Being patient.  A few more that just missed the top ten are being committed to your family . . . being a hard worker . . . not giving in to peer pressure . . . and the ability to forgive people.



The Newest Hair Trend Is . . .

……………………………the Step-Mullet

Apparently, the hottest new hairstyle is something called the STEP-MULLET.

The step-mullet is long in the back, just like a standard mullet.  But instead of being extra short on the top, you have medium length hair on top . . . then you part in the middle like a bob for women or a ’90s skater cut for guys.

And thanks to the differences in length, it kinda looks like your hair is in the shape of “steps.”

(Teen Vogue

(Here are some examples.)




Divorce Lawyers Reveal the Craziest Reasons People Have Split Up

Someone asked a bunch of divorce lawyers to list the craziest reasons they’ve seen couples split up.  And some of them are pretty insane.  Here are the highlights . . .

1.  A guy divorced his wife because she was a loud chewer.

2.  A woman had vertigo.  Her husband thought she was possessed, and kept trying to do exorcisms on her.

3.  A guy wouldn’t go on his honeymoon because he was worried about his plants dying.  So the woman took her sisters instead, then left him when she got back.

4.  A woman got KIDNAPPED in Mexico, and her husband wouldn’t pay the ransom.  So her family paid it, then she divorced him.

5.  A guy hated his wife for hoarding scrapbooking supplies.  And she hated him for filling their yard with broken-down cars.  So in their divorce settlement, SHE demanded to get the old cars . . . HE wanted the scrapbooking stuff . . . then they threw it all away.

6.  A woman left her husband because he was, quote, “too sad” after his dad died.

7.  A couple couldn’t agree on what to name their cat.  The wife wanted to call it Snowball, and the husband liked the name Lily.

8.  A woman divorced her husband because he refused to yell at her.  Whenever she’d start screaming at him, he’d just sit there and take it.


(BroBible / Reddit)



This puts your day in perspective….Amazing kindness will warm your heart!

An autistic student graduated high school in New York last month.  Now a video of him getting his diploma is going viral, because the crowd gave him a SILENT ovation.

His name is Jack Higgins…..he has a severe form of autism that makes him really sensitive to noise.

He wanted to walk across the stage at his graduation, but was worried about the crowd.  So he did a bunch of practice runs with his teacher, where he’d plug his ears with his fingers.  But then his principal ran an idea by his parents.

Before Jack walked in the gym, the principal asked the other students to be totally silent for him, and only do a soft golf clap when he walked on stage.  And an entire gym full of teenagers actually stayed quiet for FOUR WHOLE MINUTES.

In the video, Jack walks in with his three brothers . . . goes on stage . . . gets his diploma . . . and fist-bumps the principal.  Then on their own, his classmates give him a standing ovation without making a sound.

Jack’s principal says it’s the most remarkable thing he’s seen in his 31-year career.



Here’s “What’s HOT in the Valley” for the 4th of July Weekend….

Please note…all events are subject to change due to weather conditions.


Thursday-8:30 to 9 a.m. Ecumenical service and flag raising, Austin Log Cabin, 3797 Raccoon Road.

Noon: 4th of July Parade, starts at Highway Tabernacle, 3000 S. Raccoon Road, and travels north to the Austintown Library.


Saturday-8 p.m. Boardman Celebration of Independence Day, Boardman Township Park; Youngstown Area Community Concert Band at the Maag Outdoor Theater. In case of rain, the concert will be moved to the Boardman Performing Arts Center.

9:45 p.m. Fireworks, Boardman Township Park, the Green Oasis.


Sunday-9 p.m.: Fireworks, Roosevelt Park.


Thursday-7:30 a.m. Race registration, township hall.

8:15 a.m. Kids Race, in front of Farmers National Bank, 401 E. Main St.

8:30 a.m. Firecracker 4 Mile Run, in front of Canfield United Methodist Church, 27 S. Broad St.

9 a.m. MetroMutts 4th of July Parade lines up, Canfield Fairgrounds.

10:10 a.m. Parade leaves the fairgrounds.

Noon: JD Eicher performs on the Gazebo; kids games on the North Green.


Saturday-Noon to 5 p.m. The Idora Park Experience Museum, 4450 S. Turner Road.


Thursday-8:30 a.m. Sebring Firecracker 5K registration, East Pavilion on Texas Ave.

9 a.m. Sebring Firecracker 5K Race, ends at St. Ann Church, 323 S. 15th St., with free breakfast.

11 a.m.: 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Sebring Park.

Noon to 3 p.m. Pie drop-off, at the pool in Sebring Park.

3 to 5 p.m. 4th of July Pie Contest judging, at the pool in Sebring Park.

4 p.m. 4th of July Bike Parade, Community Center parking lot.

4 p.m. Corn Hole Tournament, Sebring Park.

6 p.m. Ohio Gladiators Tug-of-War Challenge, Sebring Park.

7:30 p.m. 4th of July Bike Parade winners announced, Community Center parking lot.

7:30 p.m. 4th of July Pie Contest winners announced, at the pool in Sebring Park.

10 p.m. Fireworks, Sebring Park.



11 a.m. 4th of July Parade 5K, Pizza Joe’s parking lot, 960 Fifth St.

11:45 a.m. Kristy Taaffe Kid’s Fun Run, Pizza Joe’s parking lot, 960 Fifth St.

Noon: Annual 4th of July Parade, Fifth Street Plaza.



9:30 p.m. Youngstown Music Festival, East Federal Street.

9:30 p.m. 4th of July Fireworks, Market Street Bridge.


Thursday-Firestone Park, 338 E. Park Ave.

11 a.m.  Pet contest and Pet Parade, sponsored by the Pampered Pup Grooming Salon.

11 a.m. Chalk the Walk is sponsored by the Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce.

12 Noon  Kid’s Kingdom Bounce House/Mini Carnival.

12:30 p.m.  Music in the gazebo by Kim Van Kleeck.

1:30 p.m.  Ice cream-eating contest, for age 3 to 12, sponsored by the Columbiana Rotary Club & Sitler the Printer.

3:30 p.m.  Watermelon-eating contest for age 6 to adult, sponsored by the Columbiana Rotary Club & American Legion Post 290.

4 p.m.  Martial arts demo by Crystal Dragon Family Martial Arts.

6 p.m.  Music in the gazebo by The Muleface Brothers, sponsored by Mitch McGuckin, Sean Carney, Rick Clark Century 21 Lakeside Realtors.

10 p.m.  Phantom Fireworks display.

East Palestine

Thursday-East Palestine City Park, 31 Park Ave.

8 to 11 a.m.  Alumni breakfast in the community center.

8:30 a.m. 5K Freedom Run, starts at the park pool.

10 a.m. Pet Parade, meet across from pavilions 41 and 42.

2 p.m. Kids Games, near the bounce house.

4 p.m. Duck Derby at the park entrance.

4 to 10 p.m. Live music near the tennis courts.

10 p.m. Fireworks, put on by the East Palestine Fire Department.


Thursday-11 a.m. Independence Day Firecracker Beer Mile registration, Numbers Brewing Co., 127 N. Beaver St.

Noon: Independence Day Firecracker Beer Mile race, Numbers Brewing Co.

12:30 p.m.  Music After Party, Numbers Brewing Co.

2 p.m.  Guilford Lake Annual Boat Parade, Guilford Lake State Park, 6835 E. Lake Road.


Wednesday-9:30 p.m.  Fireworks, Waterworth Memorial Park.


Thursday-11 a.m. the Independence Day Parade, begins at the municipal building, 156 N. Main St.


Thursday-8 a.m.: 5K Run/Walk, Howland High School, 200 Shaffer Drive NE, Warren.

8:30 a.m. Parade line-up, Hunter Woods Plaza.

10 a.m. Parade, from Hunter Woods Plaza along East Market Street to Howland High School.

11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Games, entertainment, food, car show, giant slide, bouncy house and bubble ball, next to the high school.

1:30 p.m. Pet show, at Howland High School.

Newton Falls

Wednesday-5 to 10 p.m.: Festival and beer tents open, Newton Falls Community Park.

7 p.m. Blue Collar Band, Newton Falls Community Park.


Thursday-8 a.m.: Parade registration, First Church of God, 426 W. Broad St.

10 a.m. 4th of July Parade.

5 to 10 p.m. Festival and beer tents open, Newton Falls Community Park.

6 p.m. Common Ground concert, Newton Falls Community Park.

10 p.m. Fireworks, City Park, 52 E. Quarry St.


Thursday-10 a.m.  4th of July Parade, Warren Village Main Street and Brooks Road.

8 p.m. W.D. Packard Band outdoor concert and fireworks, Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave.

New Castle

Thursday-2 to 10 p.m. Pearson Park 4th of July Celebration, 179 Pearson Park Drive.

10 p.m.  Fireworks, Pearson Park.

New Wilmington-

Wednesday-7:30 to 9:30 p.m.: Independence Day at Britain Lake, Westminster College, 319 S. Market St.

9:15 p.m.  Fireworks, Britain Lake.

Special thanks to WFMJ, WKBN, the Vindicator, The Tribune and more for their help.


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Trying to get your body “Beach-Ready”….well from AC & Kelly this morning….

The Three Most Effective Exercises That Don’t Require Equipment

Two big excuses for not working out are:  “I don’t have time,” and “gyms cost too much.”  But those aren’t great excuses, because you don’t need those things to get in shape.

According to an expert with the American Council on Exercise, here are the three most effective exercises that don’t require any equipment . . .

1.  Burpees.  You start in a standing position . . . drop down and do a push-up . . . then pop back up . . . jump with your hands above your head . . . and repeat.  It works your chest, arms, shoulders, core, hips, legs AND butt.

2.  Mountain climbers.  You start in a plank position, like you’re about to do a push-up.  Then you bring one knee to your chest, alternate legs, and basically act like you’re running in place.  Again, it hits a bunch of muscles at once.  And it’s good cardio.

3.  Turkish get-ups.  This one’s harder and you’d need to practice.  But basically, you start on your back, with one hand pointed at the ceiling.  Then without letting it drop, you roll onto your side . . . plant one foot on the ground . . . and rise to your feet.

Once you get good, you can do it with a weight in one hand.  But you don’t need one when you’re just starting out.  It’s a good workout for your shoulders and core, and for stabilizing muscles in your back and hips.

Source: (Time)


Game of Thrones has a message for you and your difficult relatives if you are getting together for dinner this weekend….Let’s take a lesson from Game of Thrones and Elmo!

_Click here for “Game of Thrones Gets Help from Elmo________

Yeah, this is how we should all roll with those difficult relatives…thank you GOT and Sesame Street


AC & Kelly LOVE this! Way to rock an April Fools Prank!

Timeless….ooopppsss…we’ve said too much!

Well played Timex….well played!



From AC & Kelly in the Morning this morning…..

We have had tons of calls for Psychic Eileen!

Everyone wants to know how to get in touch with her….

It’s an amazing experience!

Enlightening….a guidance/awareness level for your life…..

If you would like a private reading….(330) 638-4259.


It’s Dr. Seuss Week!

We’ve had so many requests to share this from this mornings show with AC & Kelly…so here you go…  😉

“I love my job. I love the pay!
~I love it more and more each day.
~I love my boss, he is the best!
~I love his boss and all the rest.

~I love my office and its location. I hate to have to go on vacation.
~I love my furniture, drab and grey, and piles of paper that grow each day!
~I think my job is swell, there’s nothing else I love so well.
~I love to work among my peers, I love their leers, and jeers, and sneers.
~I love my computer and its software; I hug it often though it won’t care.
~I love each program and every file, I’d love them more if they worked a while.

~I’m happy to be here. I am. I am.
~I’m the happiest slave of the Firm, I am.
~I love this work. I love these chores.
~I love the meetings with deadly bores.
~I love my job – I’ll say it again – I even love those friendly men.
~Those friendly men who’ve come today, in clean white coats to take me away!!!!!”

Dr. Suess


Wow! Today’s Thought for the Day……..

So every morning at 5:50am AC & Kelly share a thought for the day….usually inspired by events/holidays/people……

It’s Black History Month… was nothing short of amazing… case you missed it….

From Nelson Mandela….

No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.

Wow!…Just Wow!


From AC & Kelly this morning….Five Ways to Stop Being Late All the Time

Is this you or someone you know?

If you’re always late to stuff, here are five strategies that can help . . .

1.  When you estimate how long it’ll take to get somewhere, always round up to the nearest 10.  Like instead of saying, “It’ll take 14 minutes to get there,” assume 20 minutes.  Then you have a little wiggle room.

2.  Learn to be okay with waiting.  People who are never late to stuff tend to spend a lot of time waiting in their car.  Once you’re parked, you can read, listen to the radio, or waste time on your phone.  And you’ve got nothing else to do, so it’s guilt-free.

3.  Buy a wall clock.  And put it somewhere you can see it while you’re getting ready.  Or start wearing a watch.  The point is it’s too easy to lose track of time if your only clock is the one on your phone.

4.  Time yourself.  Like if you’re always late for work, maybe you’re just not giving yourself enough time in the morning.  Try using the stopwatch on your phone tomorrow to see how long it really takes to get ready.  Then adjust your routine if you need to.

5.  Stop making excuses, like you’re just “really busy.”  If you’re ALWAYS late, it’s not because you’re too busy.  It’s because being on time isn’t truly a priority for you.  And once you make it a priority, you’ll be on time more often than not.



Big Game Food

What’s the Best thing to serve for the big game?

Delish ranked them by state….

What food are people in every state Googling the most?  The top answer is Buffalo chicken dip, which is number one in eight states.

The big game Sunday is such a big EATING day that it’s kind of like . . . well . . . the perfect day for eating.

But NOT the states whose teams are IN the big game . . . they have some of the worst snacks of all.  California’s top food is baked chicken breasts . . . and Massachusetts’ is gluten-free pretzels.  Ouch.

Here are the full results for every state…….

Alabama, white chicken chili . . . Alaska, nachos . . . Arizona, death by chocolate cake . . . Arkansas, chicken wings . . . California, baked chicken breasts . . . Colorado, broccoli cheese soup . . . Connecticut, Buffalo chicken dip . . .

Delaware, chocolate peanut butter cake . . . D.C., pigs in a blanket . . . Florida, cake . . . Georgia, Buffalo chicken dip . . . Hawaii, football-shaped cupcakes . . . Idaho, salad . . . Illinois, jalapeno poppers . . . Indiana, fried rice . . . Iowa, Irish stew . . .

Kansas, Buffalo chicken dip . . . Kentucky, salad . . . Louisiana, cupcakes . . . Maine, paella . . . Maryland, pizza . . . Massachusetts, gluten-free pretzels . . . Michigan, pizza . . . Minnesota, tacos . . . Mississippi, granola bars . . .

Missouri, broccoli cheese soup . . . Montana, lentil soup . . . Nebraska, pigs in a blanket . . . Nevada, vegan cheesy bacon spinach dip (huh?) . . . New Hampshire, cakes and cupcakes . . . New Jersey, Buffalo chicken dip . . .

New Mexico, pea and peppercorn mash . . . New York, spinach dip . . . North Carolina, cobb salad . . . North Dakota, baked nachos . . . Ohio, Buffalo chicken dip . . . Oklahoma, chicken noodle soup . . . Oregon, banana bread . . .

Pennsylvania, chicken wings . . . Rhode Island, seven-layer dip . . . South Carolina, turkey chili . . . South Dakota, cupcakes . . . Tennessee, cake . . . Texas, spinach dip . . . Utah, bacon-wrapped smokies . . . Vermont, lasagna . . .

Virginia, Buffalo chicken dip . . . Washington, cake . . . West Virginia, Buffalo chicken dip . . . Wisconsin, Buffalo chicken dip . . . Wyoming, cake.

So just to be clear….Ohio is Buffalo Chicken Dip and Pennsylvania is chicken wings….two of our favorites!!! So see you at the hottest parties!!!

Thanks to


The Christmas that went viral.


Today Is the Loneliest Day of the Year??? According to the experts….but WHY????

Bad news and good news for you.  The bad news:  Between the cold, the dark, and the holiday stress, you probably feel pretty ALONE and MISERABLE today.  The good news:  Um . . . other people are just as miserable?

According to a new study, TODAY (11/27/18) is the loneliest day of the year.

And the three main reasons are:  It’s dark outside . . . the weather is awful . . . and people are struggling to budget for Christmas.

But that means that tomorrow will be BETTER!

And at 8:10am tomorrow (11/28/18) on AC & Kelly…the TOP 5 ways to be HAPPY!


Five Things That Annoy People at Work

Are you annoying people at work without even realizing it?  See if you have any of these bad work habits . . 

1.  Eating smelly food at your desk.  Some of the worst offenders are hard-boiled eggs, broccoli, tuna, and seafood in general.

2.  Asking too many questions.  Asking questions is fine.  Just try not to ask too many work-related questions, or you’ll look like you can’t figure stuff out on your own.  And asking a lot of PERSONAL questions is risky for other reasons.

3.  Being a slob.  A messy desk is one thing.  People might judge you, but probably won’t hate you for it.  Just don’t be a slob in common areas, like the kitchen.  It makes you seem irresponsible, arrogant, and immature.

4.  Interrupting people all the time.  You can definitely interject.  But in general, make sure you just respect people enough to let them finish a thought.  Otherwise, it looks like you don’t have good judgement, or you’re impatient.

5.  Talking to people in the bathroom while they’re in one of the stalls.  At the sink is fine.  And the urinal, still fine.  But if they’re in a stall, leave them alone.  It just feels awkward and intrusive.


2018 Trick-or-Treat Hours for the area…………


Austintown Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Beaver Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7 pm

Berlin Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 to 8 pm

Boardman Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7 pm

Campbell – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7 pm

Canfield Twp. –  Wednesday, October 31, 5:30-7:30 pm

Canfield (city) – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30-7:30 pm

Coitsville Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm

Ellsworth Twp.- Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm

Lowellville – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Milton Twp – Wednesday, October 31, 5pm – 7pm

New Middletown – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 7 pm

North Jackson – Halloweenifest, Wednesday, October 31 from 5-7 pm at North Jackson Administration Building

Poland Village – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm.

Sebring Village – Wednesday, October 31, 4:30 pm-6: 30 pm

Struthers – Wednesday, October 31, 5pm-7pm

Springfield Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 – 8 pm

Youngstown – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm

Youngstown Covelli Center – Tuesday, October 30, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Mahoning County Sheriff’s Operation Safe Halloween


Bazetta Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 8 pm

Braceville Twp – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 pm- 7 pm

Brookfield Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7 pm

Champion Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6pm – 7:30pm

Cortland – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 8 pm

Farmington –  Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 – 7 pm

Fowler Twp. –  Wednesday, October 31, 6 – 8 pm

Girard – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7 pm

Greene Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm-8 pm

Gustavus – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm-8 pm

Howland Twp. – Wednesday, October 31st from 6 to 8 pm

Hubbard City – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm-7pm

Johnston Twp – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm-7: 30 pm

Kinsman Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm-7:30 pm

Liberty Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm-8 pm

Lordstown – Wednesday, October 31, 5 to 7 pm

Masury – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7 pm

McDonald – Wednesday. October 31, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm

Newton Falls – Tuesday, October 30, 5 pm-6:30 pm (Cakewalk 7 pm)

Newton Township – Tuesday, October 30, 5 – 6:30 pm

Niles – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 – 7:30 pm (Parade, Sunday, October 28, 1 pm)

Niles Nazarene Trunk or Treat – Wednesday, Oct 31, 5-730 pm, 1822 Niles Vienna Rd.

Southington Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Vienna Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 – 8 pm

Weathersfield Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

City of Warren – Wednesday, October 31, 5-7

Warren – Trunk or Treat, Amphitheater, Monday, October 29, 6-8 p


Columbiana – Wednesday, October 31st, 5pm-7pm

East Liverpool – Wednesday, October 31, 6:00-7:30 pm

East Liverpool- Advance America Trunk or Treat, Giant Eagle Plaza, 15937 SR 170, Monday, October 29, 4-6 pm

East Palestine –  Wednesday, October 31, 5:30pm-7pm

Fairfield Twp. – Wednesday, October 31 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Lisbon – Wednesday, October 31, 5:00-7:00 pm

Liverpool Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Salem City – Wednesday, October 31,  5:30pm-7pm

Salem Township – Wednesday, October 31, 5pm-7pm

St. Clair Twp. – Wednesday, Oct 31, 6 – 7:30 pm

Washingtonville – Wednesday, October 31, 5 – 7 pm

Wellsville –  Wednesday, October 31, 5pm-7pm


Farrell – Wednesday, October 31, 4:30 – 6:30 PM

Hermitage – Wednesday, October 31, 4:30 – 6:30 pm

Hickory Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Sandy Lake Borough – Wednesday, October 31, 4 pm-6 pm.

Sharpsville – Wednesday, October 31, 4:30p m – 6:30 pm

Shenango Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm

South Pymatuning – Wednesday, October 31, 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Stoneboro Borough – Wednesday, October 31, 4 pm – 6 pm

West Middlesex Borough – Wednesday, October 31, 4 pm – 6 pm


Ellwood City – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 8 pm

Mahoning Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm

Neshannock Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 5:30pm – 7:30pm

New Castle – Wednesday, October 31, 5 pm – 7 pm

Plain Grove Twp. –  Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 pm-7 pm

Scott Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6-8 pm

Slippery Rock Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 8 pm

Union Twp. – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 8 pm

Wampum Borough – Wednesday, October 31, 6 pm – 8 pm

Please keep in mind these safety precautions:

  • Make sure kids’ costumes are loose-fitting and flame-resistant.

  • Avoid masks that obscure vision.

  • Young children should always be accompanied by an adult or older sibling.

  • Carry a flashlight and put reflective tape on costumes so children can be seen.

  • Examine all treats for choking hazards and tampering before eating them.

  • Accept only factory-wrapped treats. Avoid eating homemade treats made by strangers.

Thank you to our media partners for the compiled list.

If you have an event to add please contact us.


Does Your Relationship Pass This Ten-Question Love Test?

A bunch of divorce lawyers came up with a list of ten questions they say every couple should talk about before they get married.

If you don’t answer yes to all ten, don’t worry.  It doesn’t mean you’re totally wrong for each other.  But it might help you find things to work on.

Here are the ten questions . . .

1.  Are you a good fit for each other?  Which is a broad question.  But just think about it.

2.  Is your relationship grounded in friendship?

3.  Do you try to see the best in each other?

4.  Do you both have realistic expectations of each other?

5.  Do you generally want the same things in life?  So, things like kids, or a nice house.

6.  Can you raise issues with each other, and talk them out?

7.  Do you keep things exciting?

8.  Are you both committed to working through tough times?

9.  Would you pull together in hard times?  Which is kind of the same as the last one.

10.  Do you each have your own support group, so you don’t just rely on each other?

(Daily Mail)

Sight for All United….with AC & Kelly
Join AC & Kelly at the Sight for All United at the 3rd Annual Eye Ball of the Mahoning Valley,  Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the DeYor Performing Arts Centre in downtown Youngstown.

5:00 pm cocktails

6:15 pm Performance by Grammy Winner Diane Schuur

7:30 pm Live Auction & Eagle Vision Award 

8:15 pm Dinner catered by Chrystal’s Catering 

Dancing & Music by Back Beat

Want to bid on some AMAZING auction items?



2018 Trick-or-Treat Hours for the area…………

Austintown: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30 PM

Beaver Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM

Boardman: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Canfield: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30PM
Campbell: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Coitsville: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Green Township: Oct. 27, 4:00-6:00PM Community party-Costume judging 6:30-7:30 donuts, cider, treat bags for participants.
Ellsworth Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM Trunk or Treat will be Oct. 28, 3-5 PM
Jackson Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Lake Milton: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
New Middletown: Oct. 31, 6:00-7:00PM
Salem: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Springfield: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Youngstown: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM

Brookfield Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Cortland: Oct 31 6:00-8:00PM
Girard Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00 PM
Hubbard: Oct 31. 5:00-7:00PM
Howland: Oct 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Hubbard Township: Oct. 27 2:00-4:00PM
Johnston Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-7:30PM
Kinsman Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-7:30PM
Liberty Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Masury: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Mecca Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
McDonald: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30PM
Newton Falls: Oct. 30, 5:00-6:30PM
Niles: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30 PM Community parade on Oct. 28 at 1 PM
Southington Township: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30 PM
Vienna: Oct. 31 6:00-8:00PM  Party at St. Thomas Church on Oct. 20, 6:30-8:30 PM
Warren: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM Community parade Oct. 28 at noon
Weathersfield Township: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30 PM
Yankee Lake: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PMCOLUMBIANA COUNTY
Center Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Columbiana: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Butler Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Madison: Oct. 31, 6:00-7:30 PM
Middletown Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-7:00PM
Minerva: Oct. 31, 4:30-6:30 PM Parade at 6:45 PM, community party at 7 PM
St. Clair Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-7:30PM
Wayne Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Washington Township: Oct. 31 No set time
Yellow Creek Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM

Western Pa……..

Elliport Borough: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Enon Valley Borough: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Bessemer Borough: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Hickory: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:00PM
Mahoning Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Neshannock Township: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30PM
New Wilmington Borough: Oct. 27, 2:00-4:00PM Community party/parade will begin at 5:30; those who want to participate will need to be there at 5 PM
New Castle: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
North Beaver Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Perry Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Plain Grove: Oct. 31, 5:30-7:00PM
Pulaski Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:30 PM
Scott Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Slippery Rock Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Shenango Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
SNPJ Borough: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Taylor Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Union Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Volant: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Wayne Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
Wilmington: Oct. 27, 2:00-4:00PM Community Party-Halloween parade at 5:30 PM, line-up begins at 5


Delaware County: Oct. 31, 4:00-6:00PM
East Lackawannock Township: Oct. 31st 5:00-7:00PM
Farrell Township: Oct. 31, 4:00-6:00PM
Hermitage: Oct. 31, 4:30-6:30 PM
Lake Township: Oct. 31, 4:00-6:00PM
Liberty Township: Oct 27, 4:00-6:00PM
Mercer Borough: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Mill Creek Township: Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00PM
New Lebanon Borough: Oct. 31, 4:00-7:00PM. Party at the firehouse 7:30-9 PM
Otter Creek Township: Oct. 27, 4:00-6:00PM
Pine Township: Oct. 27, 4:00-6:00PM
Sharpsville Borough: Oct. 31, 4:30-6:30 PM
Shenango Township: Oct. 31, 5:00-7:00PM
Springfield Township: Oct. 27 4:00-6:00PM
Stoneboro Borough: Oct. 31, 4:00-6:00PM
Sugar Grove Township: Oct. 27, 4:00-6:00PM
Worth Township: Oct. 31, 4:00-6:00PM
Wolf Creek Township: Oct. 27, 4:00-6:00PM

Please keep in mind these safety precautions:

  • Make sure kids’ costumes are loose-fitting and flame-resistant.

  • Avoid masks that obscure vision.

  • Young children should always be accompanied by an adult or older sibling.

  • Carry a flashlight and put reflective tape on costumes so children can be seen.

  • Examine all treats for choking hazards and tampering before eating them.

  • Accept only factory-wrapped treats. Avoid eating homemade treats made by strangers.

Thank you to our media partners for the compiled list.

If you have an event to add please contact us.


From AC & Kelly this morning…How to fall asleep in TWO MINUTES?????

Does it sound too good to be true?

Kelly has tried it for the past week….What happened?

She followed the U.S. Military’s Method for Falling Asleep in Two Minutes

The U.S. military came up with a method years ago that supposedly helps you fall asleep in two minutes.

A book in 1981 revealed a secret method the U.S. military supposedly came up with that can put you to sleep in TWO minutes.  Here are the five steps you need to follow.

The first four are all about relaxing your body.  Then #5 gets oddly specific about what to picture in your mind . . .

1.  Relax your face, including your tongue, jaw, and the muscles around your eyes.

2.  Drop your shoulders as low as they can go.  Then relax your arms one at a time.

3.  Breathe out, and relax your chest.

4.  Relax your legs, starting with your thighs and then your calves.

5.  Picture yourself in a calm location, like lying in a canoe under a clear blue sky. . . or lying in a black velvet hammock in a dark room.  And if you’re still not asleep, repeat the phrase “don’t think, don’t think” over and over again in your head.

It might not work at first.  But the military found that when people kept at it for six weeks, it had a 96% success rate.

(Bustle / Evening Standard)


83% of Men Pee in the Shower . . . Do You?…or……Do you know someone who does?

A new survey asked men about what they REALLY do when they’re in the shower, and it uncovered some unexpected truths.  Check it out . . .

1.  83% of men pee in the shower.

2.  40% brush their teeth.

3.  And 20% sometimes only wash their, quote, “important parts” and not their entire body.

The survey also found about one in three guys say sometimes they go to work without taking a shower.  Eeewwww….


Were there rules for YOU when you got married?How about Meghan Markle?Some say that life as she knows it has officially ceased to exist. From galas, balls, public engagements, teas and meetings with the Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan is now living a life of royal duties.

17 Royal Rules Meghan Markle Has to Follow Now That She’s a Duchess

While many may see tiaras, gowns and castles when they look at Meghan, the realities of living as a royal and essentially a life of service to the British monarchy involves a very ordered and highly scrutinized existence, filled with a seemingly endless amount of arbitrary etiquette that should not be crossed.

From entering a room in a specific order to making sure not to cross her legs or keeping her skirt a certain length, Meghan will need to adhere to a slew of royal rules to avoid major no-nos or faux pas in order to stay in society and the Queen’s good graces.

1. No Selfies: During her first official event with Prince Harry, Meghan revealed that she would no longer be able to take selfies with fans after a couple asked her to pose.”We’re not allowed to do selfies,” she told the duo, reports the Daily Mirror. The rule was created to encourage people to make eye contact and make conversation with royals, instead of turning their backs to them (a huge no-no) to take a selfie.

Jennifer Gehmair, Royal Family etiquette expert, told Smooth Radio, “Turning your back to the Duke and Duchess and taking a selfie is discouraged if at all possible. I know it’s fun to do, but they much would rather see your face.”

2. No Autographs: She may have some Suits superfans in her past, but these days the new royal isn’t allowed to sign autographs under any circumstances. From here on out it’s only royal documents and in some rare cases—visitor’s books, according

3. No Social Media: Meghan’s not allowed to have her own social media page, which is why her own lifestyle blog and Instagram, The Tig, went dark last year.

4. No Dark Nails: According to sources at OK! magazine, Royal Family members are prohibited from wearing dark and colored nail polish. Meghan wore the Queen’s favorite color, Essie’s Ballet Slippers, to the Royal Wedding, and we have a feeling that color is here to stay.

5. No Traveling Without Mourning Clothes: Ever since the King George died while the then-Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip were in Africa and had to travel back to England in regular clothes, it is imperative that all royals always travel with a set of funeral clothes in order to be respectful.

6. Curtsy Time: The queen expects female family members, including Kate Middleton andCamilla Parker Bowles, to curtsy when they enter a room in her presence, even when it’s an informal occasion, which means Meghan better get used to the curtsy. If she is at an official event, Meghan must also curtsy to anyone who outranks her title.

7. No Miniskirts: The queen disapproves of hemlines higher than an inch or two above the knee. Regular female visitors such as Kate, Camilla, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are already aware of the fashion stipulation. If Meghan hasn’t already ditched her little black dresses or her minis, time to throw them out!

8. None of that Crossed-Legged Business: It’s frowned upon for Royal Family members to cross their legs, according to an expert for Hello! You’ll never see Kate Middleton crossing her legs anywhere other than at her angles. Kate often does a side-by-side move known as “the Duchess Slant,” which Princess Diana utilized. Meghan better be working on her Duchess of Sussex slant!

9. No Wedges: The Queen apparently DESPISES wedge shoes, says Vanity Fair.  So get rid of ’em, girl!

10. Mealtime Is at 8:30: If dining the queen, Meghan should be prepared to always eat at 8:30 and dinner will be over by 10. The Queen is known for strictly adhering to her royal schedule.

11. No Open Seating: At a Royal Family gathering, Meghan will always be sat next to Prince Harry.

12. No Room Raiding: There is a strict code of conduct for how to enter a room when your are with the royals. Here’s the royal order: Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camila, Prince William, Kate Middleton, and then most likely, Prince Harry and Markle, according toReader’s Digest.

13. Don’t Eat Before the Queen or After the Queen: Markle should not begin eating her meal until the Queen has started hers, StyleCaster reports. The former Suitsstar also needs to keep her eyes peeled—for when the Queen stops eating, everyone must stop eating, even if there is still food.Diane Gottsman, who wrote Modern Etiquette for a Better Life, told Bravo that there are strict rules when eating with the leading lady of England.”No one should start eating before the Monarch and no one should carry on eating after the Monarch has finished,” Gottsman said.14. No Sleeping ‘Til the Queen Sleeps: If Markle stays at the Queen’s house, she’s gotta stay up until QE2 falls asleep, so says the Daily Beast. Apparently it’s considered bad form to call it a night before the monarch. Luckily, the Queen isn’t known for throwing all night-ragers so Markle likely will be able to hit the hay before midnight.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex

Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock

15. Do Not Pass Go: Monopoly is not allowed. According to Reader’s Digest, in 2008, the Leeds Building Society gave the Duke of York Prince Andrew the game of Monopoly to which he responded, “We’re not allowed to play Monopoly at home. It gets too vicious.” Looks like all of Meghan’s get out of of jail cards have been used up.16. No Pinkies Out: Tea time is an important time for royals. Etiquette expertMyka Meier told People that the correct way to drink tea is to use your thumb and index finger to hold the top of the handle, while the middle finger supports the bottom. You should also sip from the same spot the entire time so that the rim doesn’t get lipstick stains. If you are a coffee drinker, you should loop your index finger through the handle. But beware—no pinkies out. Even the royals draw the line somewhere.

Royal Wedding, Official Photos, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle

Alexi Lubomirski

17. No Shellfish For You: It’s an ancient royal tradition to say no to shellfish in order to avoid food poisoning. While the royal family doesn’t always adhere to that rule, Queen Elizabeth still does. Let’s be honest, the 92-year-old loves her traditions. Since it’s only a few days in, it’s still unclear if Meghan will be allowed to feast on the exoskeleton-bearing aquatic invertebrates now that she’s no longer a mere mortal. But perchance she’s already thrown out her hunger for molluscs, crustaceans, and echinoderms, along with those Godforsaken wedges.And of course, there are sooooo many more!Good luck, Meghan! We know you’re up for the challenge!
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What’s the Best Candy to Get in an Easter Basket?

Easter candy is like Halloween candy but without having to do ANY walking to get it.  So in a way, you should just be happy with whatever you get.

The website Thrillist just put together a ranking of Easter candies from the best thing to get in your basket to the worst.  And here’s how the rankings shook out . . .


#10.  White chocolate

#9.  Malted milk eggs

#8.  Big Cadbury eggs

#7.  Jelly beans

#6.  Mini Cadbury egg

#5.  Peep

#4.  Gummy candie

#3.  Pastel-colored M&M’s

#2.  Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup eggs

#1.  Giant chocolate bunnies



From AC & Kelly this morning…..The Top 10 Deal Breakers That Are Most Likely to Immediately End a Date

A new study found the top 10 deal breakers that are most likely to immediately end a date.  They feel like they really SHOULD be common sense, but clearly people just keep doing them . . . so consider this a refresher course.

What was your deal breaker? Call AC & Kelly (330) 781-WHOT (9468)

Which of these have happened to you on a date?. . .

1.  Saying something racist or intolerant.

2.  Being inconsiderate or rude.

3.  Bad hygiene.

4.  Saying something sexist.

5.  Making it clear you’re not over your ex.

6.  Being closed-minded.

7.  Doing drugs.

8.  Having bad manners.

9.  Being ignorant.

10.  Being flaky or showing up late.

The survey also found the top three things that AREN’T deal breakers:  Being good looking . . . being rich . . . or being a little bit shy or quiet.

What was your deal breaker? Call AC & Kelly (330) 781-WHOT (9468)



Got Questions??

Psychic Eileen was on the air with AC & Kelly giving lots of insight. If you want to book a private reading, call Eileen at (330) 638-4259.

AC & Kelly with Bruno Mars on the CBS Special “Live @ The Apollo!”

OMG!!! Seriously! We were so excited when we heard that Bruno Mars had an upcoming special on CBS….Imagine how we felt when JDub asked if we would be interested in hearing about it from Bruno!!!!!

Missed it? Here you go!

Psychic Eileen in the House!!!

Yes, she was here….and took a Ton of your phone calls. We’ve heard from many who didn’t get through…or want a personal reading…

So how do you contact her?


Contact Psychic Eileen at (330) 638-4259.

Trick or Treat Hours –

Not sure when Trick-or-Treat is in your neighborhood? Here you go…


Bazetta Twp. – Tuesday 10/31 6-8 pm

Brookfield Twp. -Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 pm (Includes Masury)

Champion Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7:30 pm

Cortland – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Farmington –  Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7 pm (Trunk or Treat also in the Village park)

Fowler Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Girard – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Greene Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Gustavus – Tuesday, 10-31 6-8 pm

Howland Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Hubbard City – Saturday, 10/28 2-4 pm

Hubbard Twp. – Saturday, 10/28 2-4 pm

Johnston Twp – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Kinsman Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7:30 pm

Liberty Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Lordstown – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

McDonald – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm

Mesopotamia Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Newton Falls – Tuesday, 10/31 5-6:30 pm (Downtown Cakewalk at 7 pm)

Newton Twp. Tuesday, 10/31 5-6:30 pm

Niles – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm

Southington Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm @ the park

Vernon Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7pm

Vienna Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-8 pm @ the park

Warren – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm (Trunk or Treat at the AMP 10/30 6-8 pm)

Weathersfield Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm

West Farmington Village – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7 pm



Austintown Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm

Beaver Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Berllin Twp. -Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Boardman Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Campbell – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Canfield Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Canfield (city) – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Coitsville – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Ellsworth Twp.- Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm (Trick or Trunk, Ellsworth Fire Station, 10/29 1-4 pm )

Green Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Lowellville – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm

Milton Twp .- Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

New Middletown – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7 pm

Poland Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Poland Village – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Sebring Village – Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 followed by parade at 7 pm

Struthers – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Springfield Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Youngstown – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm



Calcutta – Halloween Parade, Saturday, October 28, Noon Giant Eagle Parking Lot

Columbiana – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

East Liverpool – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7:30 pm

East Liverpool East End Plaza Trunk-or-Treat – Sunday, 10/21 3-5 pm

East Palestine – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7 pm

Fairfield Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm (Bridgewater Treat Street Oct. 28 2- 4 pm )

Leetonia – Sunday, 10/29 5-7 pm (followed by 7:30 pm parade)

Lisbon – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Liverpool Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6 pm parade from the depot to fire station. Trick or Treat until 8:30 pm

Negley – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7 pm

New Waterford Village – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Perry Twp. – Saturday, 10/28 3-5 pm

Rogers – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7 pm

Salem City – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7 pm

Salem Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Salineville – Tuesday, 10/31 After 5 pm parade until 7 pm

St. Clair Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7:30 pm

Washingtonville – Tuesday, 10/31 6-7:30 pm

Wayne Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Wellsville –  Tuesday, 10/31 6-7:30 pm


Western Pa……………………


Delaware Twp. – Saturday, 10/28 4-6 pm

Farrell – Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 pm (10/31 5 pm Harvest Day alternative to Halloween for Children Farrell Fire lower garage)

Greenville – Saturday, 10/28 4-6 pm Parade 2 pm Riverside Park to Central Park

Grove City – Saturday, 10/28 4-6 pm

Hempfield Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6 -8 pm

Hermitage – Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 pm

Hickory Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7 pm

Jamestown – Saturday, 10/28 4-6 pm

Liberty Twp.- Saturday, 10/28 4-6 pm

Mercer – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7:30 pm

Perry Twp – Saturday, 10/28 3-5 pm

Pine Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm

Sandy Lake Borough – Tuesday, 10/31 4-6 pm

Sharon – Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 pm

Sharpsville – Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 pm

Shenango Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

South Pymatuning – Tuesday, 10/31 4:30-6:30 pm

Springfield Twp.- Saturday, 10/28 4-6  pm

Stoneboro Borough – Tuesday, 10/31 4-6 pm

West Middlesex Borough – Tuesday, 10/31 4-6 pm

West Salem Twp. – Saturday, 10/28 6-7:30 pm (8 pm costume performance at School House)


Ellwood City – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm (Parade 10/28 @ 3:30 pm )

Mahoning Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-8 pm (Halloween party at Edinburg Fire Hall 10/31 8 pm )

Neshannock Twp. -Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

New Castle – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

New Wilmington – Saturday, 10/28 2-4 pm

Plain Grove Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5:30-7:30 pm

Slippery Rock Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31  6-8 pm

Union Twp. – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm

Volant Borough – Tuesday, 10/31 5-7 pm Witches Night Out – 9/3010-9:30 p.m

Wampum Borough – Tuesday, 10/31 6-8 pm


(Thank you to our media partner WFMJ)


The Most Popular Halloween Candy to Hand Out in All 50 States

Someone poured through ten years of sales data to find out which type of Halloween candy each state buys the most of.  So it’s really what each state HANDS OUT the most.  And the overall favorite is CANDY CORN????…….

CANDY CORN!!!  It’s the #1 candy in six states…and it’s cheap.  Sour Patch Kids are next, then M&M’s, Milky Ways, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Snickers, and Tootsie Pops.

Candy Corn took the top spot in six different states . . . Alabama, Indiana, Michigan, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and South Carolina.

Next is Sour Patch Kids.  It’s #1 in five states . . . Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Nebraska, and New York.

Five different candies took the top spot in four states . . . M&M’s, Milky Ways, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Snickers, and Tootsie Pops.  Skittles and Starburst are the top choice in three states each.

Here are a few stand-alones that are only first in ONE state:  Almond Joys are #1 in Connecticut . . . Hershey’s Kisses are #1 in Nevada . . . Lemonheads are #1 in Louisiana . . . 3 Musketeers are #1 in Mississippi . . . Life Savers are #1 in Delaware . . .

Georgia buys more Swedish Fish than any other Halloween candy . . . Alaska is the only state where Twix is #1 . . . and Montana wins for LAMEST Halloween candy.  The one they buy the most of is GUM, specifically Double Bubble.

Two surprise SNUBS were Butterfingers and Kit Kats.  They came in 2nd or 3rd in a few states.  But they’re not #1 anywhere.


Check out the Top 3 candies by state…..


The Top 10 Non-Essential Items We Can’t Live Without

We’ve seen a few lists like this before, and #1 is always the same.  Researchers recently gave people a list of 50 different things we take for granted every day.  And they had to rank them according to how important they are.

Here are the top 10 luxuries we can’t live without . . .

1.  The Internet.  Almost everyone put it at the top.

2.  Your phone.

3.  Your pets.

4.  A washer and dryer.

5.  A nice, big mattress.

6.  At least one vacation a year

7.  Beauty and skincare products.

8.  A dishwasher.

9.  A microwave.

10.  Eating out at restaurants.

A few luxuries people said they COULD live without are really nice towels . . . flying first class . . . tickets to sporting events . . . having food delivered . . . and paying for someone to clean your place.


The Top Ten Little Things That Make Us Happy

During dark times, it feels like it’s going to be tough to find ANYTHING to be happy about.  Which is why this is so timely . . . because it’s a reminder that we can find a lot of little happy moments in day-to-day life.

A new survey found the LITTLE THINGS that make us happy.  Here are the top 10 . . .

1.  A kiss and a hug.

2.  Laughing with friends.

3.  Clean sheets.

4.  Petting your dog or cat.

5.  Getting a good deal.

6.  Getting a compliment.

7.  Finding money.

8.  Hearing from an old friend.

9.  Doing a good deed.

10.  Having some lazy time where you just relax and do nothing.

(Daily Mail)


From AC & Kelly this morning……

What would You like to change about your significant other? AC & Kelly have the Top Ten Things Couples Would Change About Each Other

Here’s a dangerous topic for dinner tonight.  Married couples were asked what they’d CHANGE about each other if they could.

The average woman would change four things about her husband.  And the average guy would change SIX things about his wife.  Here are the top ten for both, starting with things women would change about their husband . . .

1.  They’d make him less grumpy.  35% of wives agreed with that one.

2.  They’d make him listen more when they talk, 30%.

3.  They’d get rid of some of his bad habits, 25%.  They didn’t say which ones.

4.  They’d make him more appreciative, 25%.

5.  They’d make him help more around the house, 21%.

6.  They’d make him eat healthier, 14%.

7.  They’d get him to spend less money, 13%.

8.  They’d make him cut down on the drinking, 13%.

9.  They’d make him always put the toilet seat down, 12%.

10.  They’d make him more emotionally intelligent, 12%.

Now here are the top ten things men would change about their wives . . .

1.  They’d make her more affectionate, 23%.

2.  They’d make her happier in general, 22%.

3.  They’d get her to be more adventurous in bed, 20%.

4.  They’d have her clean the house more, 18%.  (???)

5.  They’d make her more appreciative, 17%.  So that one was in the top five for both.

6.  They’d make her live a healthier lifestyle, 16%.  Which kind of sounds like a nice way of saying LOSE WEIGHT.  But getting her to stop being OBSESSED with her weight also made the top 20.  So who knows?

7.  They’d want her to have more energy, so she’s not tired all the time, 16%.

8.  They’d dress her in sexier clothes, 16%.

9.  They’d make her spend less money, 14%.

10.  It’s a three-way tie between “Have more fun” . . . “Be less of a control freak” . . . and “Stop watching bad TV shows.”  13% of guys agreed with all three of those

The good news is it looks like most of us are willing to stick it out even if the person DOESN’T change.  Only 13% of the people in the survey said they think they might have ended up with the wrong person.

(Daily Mail)


So this morning…AC decided to see if he is an “average mammal”….

Are you?????

From AC & Kelly’s “What’s Trending”……

Almost all mammals, including humans, pee for the same amount of time . . . an average of 21 seconds.  Different species all have different sized bladders, but compensate for it with their “flow.”


From Zero to Hero…

How you can become a Hero with the American Red Cross?…Training classes available NOW!

Do you watch the disasters on the news and wish you could help in even some small way? Do you feel the need to do more?

Then the American Red Cross wants you! They are doing training to help you become a volunteer for the American Red Cross.

Karen Conklin was on the air with AC & Kelly explaining the new program.

Training is going on NOW. Call (330) 392-2551 to see how you can help!


A Photo Shows the One Thing Still in Stock in Houston Grocery Stores: Vegan Meat Substitutes

You gotta love people who stick to their beliefs in a life-or-death situation.

There’s a photo that’s going viral from a grocery store in Houston that shows empty shelves with one exception:  They’re still fully stocked with all of their VEGAN MEAT SUBSTITUTES.

It seems that when people were facing possible starvation or eating vegan meat, they all went with starve.  What would you leave on the shelves?

(Daily Dot(Here’s the photo.)


Here’s the Food That Every State Hates More Than Anyone Else

A new study found the food that every state HATES more than anyone else.  Some of the best ones are Montana hating pumpkin spice anything . . . . Virginia hating pizza that’s had the grease dabbed off with a napkin . . . and New Jersey hating gas station wine.

There’s a dating app called Hater that matches people up by the stuff they say they HATE.  And they just analyzed their data to figure out what FOOD people in every state disproportionately hate more than the rest of the country.

The results feel pretty random, but still good.  Here are some of the highlights . . .

1.  Montana . . . pumpkin spice anything.

2.  Vermont . . . spray cheese.

3.  Virginia . . . pizza that’s had the grease dabbed off with a napkin.

4.  Maryland . . . the corner piece of a brownie.

5.  California . . . Chick-fil-A.

6.  Texas . . . well done steak.

7.  Hawaii . . . Coke.  (Really?)

8.  Wyoming . . . gluten free everything.

9.  Illinois . . . biting string cheese…

10.  New Jersey . . . gas station wine.


Pennsylvania…Chai Lattes…hmmm

West Virginia…Tofu


Michigan……Cold Pizza

New York…Ranch on Pizza

Click here for the complete list…(Buzzfeed


Here’s How to Take Pictures of Monday’s Eclipse with Your Phone

You’ve probably heard about the eclipse happening on Monday.  And if you’re hoping to take some pictures of it, here’s a quick guide on how to do it with your phone . . .

1.  Use a solar filter.  To take pictures during the eclipse, you need to cover your phone’s lens with either a solar filter or your eclipse glasses.  Regular sunglasses will NOT work.  And only take the filter off if you’re lucky enough to be in the path of totality, when the sun is completely covered.

2.  Use a tripod to keep your phone stable.  To minimize any small movements made by your hands.

3.  Take pictures of stuff around you.  If you don’t have a solar filter, eclipse glasses, or a tripod, take pictures of the stuff going on around you during the eclipse . . . like pets, and other people looking up at the sky.

4.  Practice this weekend.  Practice by taking photos just after sunset to get an idea of what the light levels will be like during the eclipse.

5.  Keep your expectations in check.  Let’s be real . . . cameras on phones were meant for selfies and other quick shots.  So don’t expect AMAZING eclipse photos from your smartphone.

Recap: Use a solar filter or your eclipse glasses . . . use a tripod to keep your phone stable . . . practice taking pictures just after sunset, when the light will be similar . . . and don’t expect the photos to turn out amazing.

(NASA / LA Times / CNN)

Have you ever lost your ring???

A Woman Lost Her Engagement Ring, and Found It 13 Years Later in a Carrot (Check out the picture at the bottom of this story!)

An 84-year-old woman in Canada lost her engagement ring while she was pulling weeds in her garden back in 2004.  And her daughter-in-law just found it embedded in a CARROT.

There’s an 84-year-old woman near Edmonton named Mary Grams who lost her engagement ring while she was pulling weeds in her garden in 2004.

She searched for a few weeks, but couldn’t find it.  So she bought a replacement ring without telling her husband.  She says she was too embarrassed to tell him about it.

But now all’s right with the world again.  Because Mary’s daughter-in-law was picking vegetables from the same garden recently . . . and FOUND the ring embedded in a CARROT.

It looks like the carrot started growing through the ring, and got too big for it.  So the middle is a lot skinnier, and the ring is wrapped around it.

The only person Mary told about it back then was her son.  So he remembered the story, and knew it was hers as soon as his wife showed it to him.

Mary’s husband passed away about five years ago, so she’s pretty excited to have the ring back.  Apparently he never found out she lost it.  But she says if he was still around, he’d think the whole thing was hilarious.

By the way, this isn’t the first time something like this has happened.  Just last year, a guy in Germany found his wedding band three years after he lost it gardening.  And that ring was ALSO lodged in a carrot.

(CBC / Global News)

(Here’s a photo of Mary’s ring still wrapped around the carrot.)

What’s your “Go-To” Snacky-Snack?

Do you have one food…that you just can’t have “one”….you don’t stop until you reach the bottom?

What’s the Hardest Snack to Stop Eating Once You’ve Started?

More than 2,700 people recently took a survey to find out the hardest foods to stop eating once you’ve started.  And salty stuff like potato chips took the top spot.  Here are the top five . . .

(and did anyone other than us notice that Ice Cream isn’t on the list?  Have other parts of the country never heard of Handel’s?????

1.  Chips, pretzels, and other salty snacks.  35% of people said they have a hard time stopping once they’ve started.

2.  Candy, not including chocolate, 18%.  So stuff like Skittles and Starburst.

3.  Chocolate, 12%.  That includes candy bars, like Snickers and Butterfingers.

4.  Crackers and other bread-based snacks, 11%.  So things like Cheez-Its.

5.  Cheese, 10%.  String cheese might be one of the main culprits there.  (Here’s a scene from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” after Charlie eats too much cheese before a date.)

(PR Newswire)

What’s HOT in the Valley?

Looking for the best events for the 4th of July Weekend?

We’ve got you covered.  Great events all over the Valley!

Here are some highlights!

Trumbull County


Packard Legacy Weekend-12-5pm Friday June 30th, 10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday July 1st & 2nd on Mahoning Avenue in Warren. A cruise-in on Sunday….plus great entertainment throughout the weekend

River Rock at the Amp features Bruce in the USA on Saturday, July 1 at 8:30 pm. Gates open at 5:00 p.m.

The W. D. Packard Concert Band & Fireworks
show is Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 8:00 p.m.
at 1703 Mahoning Avenue, Warren

Howland Township

5k Stars and Stripes, Run and Walk
July 4, 8:00 a.m.
Howland High School at the Football Field

Howland Township Parade
July 4, 10:00 a.m.
Starts at the Hunter Woods Plaza and finishes at Howland High School, goes down East Market Street


McDonald Parade
June 28 6:00 p.m.
The parade starts at the bottom of Ohio Ave and ends at the top

McDonald Fireworks are July 1 about 11:00-11:15 p.m.
at the Baseball Field in McDonald


The 44th Annual Ox Roast is June 30, July 1, and July 2 starting at 10:00 a.m.
at the Center of Mesopotamia, at the intersection of State Route 534 and 87


Niles Parade is Sunday, July 2, 1:00 p.m.
on State Street in Downtown Niles

Don’t miss Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day/Fourth of July Celebration, hot dog eating contest, wiener dog race, helicopter rides,  Miss Niles competition.
on Sunday, July 2 from 12 until 9 p.m. on State Street in Downtown Niles.

July 4th fireworks at the Mahoning Valley Scrappers game
July 4th following the 7:05 p.m. game against the WV Black Bears
Where: Eastwood Field

Newton Falls

Newton Falls Fourth of July Parade is July 4th at 10 a.m.
The Parade starts on West Broad Street across from the Rite Aid

Newton Falls Fireworks are July 4th 10 pm at City Park, Quarry, and South Canal Streets

Mahoning County


Check out the “Party in the Austintown Plaza”, Sunday, July 2 beginning at 4 p.m. Great bands/live entertainment at the Austintown Plaza, Mahoning Ave.

Here’s a partial schedule:

4 p.m. – Inflatables for kids
5:00  p.m. – 80’s Proof
6:30 p.m. – Fitch Alumni Band
7:00 p.m – Leanne Binder
8:00 p.m. – Buffalo Wild Wing Challenge
8:15 p.m.- Huckin’ Fillbillys

Also join the Austintown Fireworks Celebration, Sunday July 2 @10:00 p.m. at the Austintown Plaza

Austintown Parade
July 4 12:00 p.m.  Kirk and Raccoon Roads to Falcon Drive


Air National Guard Band of the Northeast on Saturday July 1st, 8 – 11 p.m.
@ Boardman Park with the Boardman Fireworks Display
July 1st at the end of the concert


Ready to run? It’s the Firecracker 4 mile run
Tuesday July 4 at 7:30 a.m. at the Township Hall on the Green

Canfield July 4th Parade is on July 4 at 10:10 a.m.
and circles the green in Canfield….From the Fairgrounds

Canfield gazebo will feature Andy Timko country sounds, kids bounce around, petting zoo, climbing wall, dunk tank, pet competition
all following the parade

Canfield Rotary hosts  Fireworks Fest 2017, Saturday
July 1 Gates Open at 6 p.m. at the Canfield Fairgrounds
Parking is $10


Celebrate Poland 2017 Friday, June 30 at 3:00 p.m. to July 1st 1:00 at 6 p.m.
at the Poland Village Town Hall

Celebrate Poland Strawberry Festival is
Friday, June 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the Poland Presbyterian Church

Celebrate Poland Fireman’s Parade
Friday, June 30 at 7 p.m.
Poland Village Town Hall

Celebrate Poland Fireworks Display
Saturday, July 1 at 10 p.m.
Poland Village Town Hall


Sebring 4th of July Celebration is July 4th 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
at the Sebring Park and Pool

7 a.m. – St. Ann’s breakfast
8 a.m. – Firecracker Run, start at pool, finish at St. Ann’s Church
10 a.m. – Volleyball Tournament
10:30 a.m. – Jr. Olympics at the soccer field
11 a.m. – Sidewalk Coloring
11 a.m. – KCB Express train rides at the East Pavilion
Noon – Open swim
1 p.m. – Basketball tournaments
2:30 p.m. – Swimming contests
4 p.m. – Corn hole tournaments at the Community Center
4 p.m. – Bike parade at the Community Center
6 p.m. – Music in the Park
6 p.m. – Pie baking judging

Sebring Fireworks are July 4th at 10 p.m. at Sebring Park


Struthers 4th of July Parade 5k
11:20 a.m. July 4th, 960 Fifth St. Struthers

Struthers Fourth of July Parade is Tuesday, July 4th at Noon at the Struthers Fifth Street Plaza


The Youngstown Fourth of July – Fireworks Celebration is July 4 10:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
in Downtown Youngstown

Columbiana County


What:  A Community Fourth of July
When: The all-day event beginning at 8:30 am
Where: Firestone Park


8:30 a.m. – Kids fishing contest at the duck pond
11 a.m. – Pet contest and parade
11 a.m. – Sidewalk chalk
1:30 p.m. – Kids ice cream eating contest
3:30 p.m. – Watermelon eating contest by gazebo
6 p.m. – Muleface Brothers in the gazebo
8:00 p.m. – Tribute to Veterans with flag bearing skydivers

Fireworks at Firestone
are July 4th at 10 p.m.
Firestone Park

East Palestine

East Palestine fireworks are July 4th beginning a 8 East Palestine Park

Other events include 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Alumni Breakfast @ Community Center
8:30 a.m. – 5K Freedom Run
10 a.m. – Pet Parade
Noon – Yoga Event behind the Park Gazebo
12:30 p.m. – Bike Parade
2 p.m. – Games for Kids main ball field in the Park Circle –
4 p.m – Kids & 6pm Adults
3 p.m. – Cornhole Tournament
4 p.m. – Duck Derby
8 p.m. – Commissioner Tim Weigle will sky dive into the main circle of the Park

East Palestine Fireworks on July 4 at 10 p.m.
at East Palestine Park


Fireworks and Entertainment
June 30, 2017 Entertainment at 1, Fireworks at dusk
Rogers Flea Market 45625 SR 154 Rogers Ohio 44455


Waterworth Memorial Park Fireworks are July 3 after dark at Waterworth Memorial Park, close to the band shell

Mercer County


Join in the  Sky Fireworks Event
Sunday, July 2. concert of jazz, funk, and Latin starts at 6 p.m., followed by fireworks at  Buhl Park


Greenville Heritage Days
Saturday, July 1 and Sunday, July 2
Saturday, July 1st

9 a.m. – 5K
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Artisans (Canal Museum)
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. – Food/Arts & Craft Vendors
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. – Family Fun Zone
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Shuttle Service
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Canal, Railroad & Waugh House Museums
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Abe & Mary
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Bingo at the Greenville Senior Community Center
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Trolley Rides
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Kids Zone (Canal Museum)
12 p.m. to 9 p.m. – Music
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. – Dragon Fly Balloons & Temporary Airbrush Tattoos
2 p.m. – Over 50 vs High School Baseball Game at Packard Park
2 p.m. – Relay for Life Ducky Derby
2 p.m. to 6 p.m. – Car Show on Main St.
2.p.m. to 5 p.m. – Art Show “Through the Lens” at the Sans MOCO Gallery Fresh Grounds Main St.
7.p.m. – USO Show at Thiel Passavant

Sunday, July 2nd

10 a.m. – Church Service
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Bingo Greenville Senior Community Center
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Abe & Mary
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Trolley Rides
Noon to 9 p.m. – Music
Noon to 11 p.m. – Food/Arts & Craft Vendors
Noon to 9 p.m. – Family Fun Zone
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. – Visit the Canal, Railroad & Waugh House Museums
3 p.m. to 6 p.m. -Dragon Fly Balloons & Temporary Airbrush Tattoos

Greenville Heritage Days Fireworks Display
is July 2 at 9:45 p.m. at Riverside Park, Memorial Drive


America Has Voted . . . Here Are the Ten Best Ice Cream Flavors

We LOVE our ice cream….here in the Valley…we have some of the BEST ICE CREAM! But…what is your favorite flavor? And do you know the difference between Vanilla and French Vanilla?

A new poll had people rank the best ice cream flavors, and we fully expected a BORING pick at #1 . . . either chocolate or vanilla.  But apparently we’re NOT quite that boring . . .


More than 5,000 people voted online, and COOKIES AND CREAM took first place.  Here are the top ten . . .

1.  Cookies and cream.

2.  Chocolate.

3.  Vanilla.

4.  Mint chocolate chip.

5.  Strawberry.  Neapolitan with vanilla, chocolate, AND strawberry came in 12th.

6.  Regular chocolate chip.

7.  French vanilla.  If they’d lumped it in with regular vanilla, it probably would have come in first.  They’re different though.  Real “French vanilla” ice cream has eggs in it.

8.  Rocky road.

9.  Coffee.

10.  Peanut butter cup.


How would you like empower the young women in your life?

Jennifer Gray from Compass was in the studio with a MAJOR announcement concerning this weekends “Wonder Woman” movie!

She is looking for groups/individuals who would like to empower our girls….AND see Wonder Woman together for FREE!

Interested? Call Jennifer Gray at Compass (330)782-5664. HURRY! Tickets are going fast!

Memorial Day Events…..

Check out some of the HOT events happening this weekend.

Please go out and support our community by attending a service near you. Wear red, white and blue and remember our fallen soldiers this Memorial Day.

Austintown Parade: Memorial Day parade begins at 10:30 a.m. at Marc’s parking lot at Mahoning Avenue and Idaho Road and will proceed to Austintown Fitch High School Veterans Memorial. A service begins at 11 a.m., sponsored by Austintown Memorial American Legion Post 301 and Austintown VFW Post. Main speaker will be Lt. Col. Rodrick A. Hosler, U.S. Army, retired.

Beaver Township Parade: Memorial Day parade begins at 11 a.m. at 11999 South Ave, North Lima. Four World War II veterans, one from each service branch are all residents of Shepard of the Valley in Beaver Township. These vets will be co-marshals and escorted in two WWII era jeeps.

Boardman Parade: Boardman Kiwanis will hold its 109th Memorial Day Parade and Service at 10 a.m. Participating groups will assemble at the Boardman Center Middle School at 9:30 a.m. All organizations who are interested to enter a float in the Parade are invited. If you are interested, please contact Stephanie Landers

Mr. Gary Rhamy will be the Grand Marshall and featured speaker at the Parade and Memorial Service. Reverend Ash Welch of the Boardman United Methodist Church will give the invocation. Lt. Colonel Bill Moss, USAF Retired, will lead the pledge of allegiance and place a wreath in honor of our deceased veterans. Mark Luke of the Boardman Kiwanis will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the Memorial Service. The Boardman Spartan Marching Band will march in the Parade and provide music for the Memorial Service.

Braceville Parade: The township will hold an observance at 10:30 a.m. at Braceville Christian Church. A parade featuring the LaBrae High School band and community groups will begin at 11 a.m. at the township park and conclude at the cemetery where there will be laying of wreaths, music and prayers.

Campbell: A program at the Campbell Memorial High School monument will begin at 11 a.m. Remarks from Judge Patrick Cunning, Mayor William VanSuch and Campbell schools superintendent Mathew Bowen will be shared. Campbell High School Band will perform. There will be a firing squad and “Taps” will be performed. Refreshments will be served after the service at Legion Hall.

Fowler Parade: The annual Memorial Day program will be at 10 a.m. at Fowler Center followed by a parade at 11 a.m. and services on the green by VFW Post 3521. A light lunch will be served after the service at the fire station. The Fowler Township Historical Society museum will be open as well.

Girard Parade: The Girard Veterans Council will sponsor Memorial Day services at the Girard City Cemetery starting at 11 a.m. Pastor Rhonda Gallagher of Trinity Lutheran Church will give the invocation and benediction. Boy Scout Troop 40 will raise the flag and the Girard High School Band will play “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Auxiliary president of Army Navy Garrison 422 will place the wreath, escorted by senior Vice Commander of VFW Post 419, Gene Greathouse.

The Gettysburg Address will be read by the valedictorians of the 2013 GirardHigh School graduating class, Benjamin Cario, Samuel Horne and Gia Mancini. Gina Martini, Heaven Clark, Nicholas Sherock and Jacob Ryser will each give a brief biography on a name on the War Memorial from various wars. Mayor James Melfi will give a few remarks. The Girard Veterans Honor Guard will give a 21-gun salute and Leslie Klock will play “Amazing Grace” on the bagpipe.

Glenwood Memorial: American Legion Post 504, 2225 Glenwood Ave., will have a memorial service at 5 p.m. Keynote speaker is veteran Sonia Walton. Veteran Herman Adams will be honored at the service. A dinner will be served.

Lake Park Memorial: At 11 a.m., a service at Lake Park Cemetery veterans’ plot will be led by Commander Donna Burford of American Legion Post 158. Main speaker will be Commander Jan Brown of Post 44. Ladies Auxiliary of Posts 3538 and 7538 will place wreaths. Ray Ornelas will present a POW/MIA tablet. Struthers High School band will furnish music, and Boy Scout Troop 101 will lead the procession.

Lordstown Parade: The village will hold a service at 10 a.m. at the cemetery on Salt Springs Road. Refreshments follow at Lordstown administration building.

Salem Parade: The Salem Memorial Day service will be held at 11 a.m. May 27 at Grandview Cemetery with Bob Sebo as speaker of the day.

Salem’s 149th Memorial Day activities, sponsored by the Salem Memorial and Patriotic Association, will start with a free breakfast at 8 a.m. at the Memorial Building at 785 E. State St. for all veterans participating in the parade, hosted by the association.

Weathersfield Memorial: Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4192 will host a ceremony honoring departed comrades at 2 p.m. at Kerr Cemetery.

Thank you to our media partner WFMJ TV 21. More details at

Best Field Trip You took as a kid?

AC & Kelly are looking for fun places to take the morning show on the road….a Field Trip! They LOVE doing their show on location because it’s like being on a field trip.

School field trips are fun and educational for students…so why not a Morning Show?…..What was your favorite?

Here is a top 10 list of school field trip ideas…

1. Visit a Farm

Touring a local farm is a great way to learn about food production, different farm animals, and the hard work that goes into the food we eat. Students will have a great time while learning all the ins and outs of farm life. Local farms often give tours or welcome students because they realize the importance of educating our youth about farming and local produce.

2. See the State Capitol

State capitols are rich in history and landmarks. They are ideal field trip locations because there is plenty to do within the confines of the state capitols. You can visit politicians, see museums, or take in historic landmarks. The possibilities in the state capitols are endless – not to mention students will love the excitement of the city.

3. Explore a Museum

Museums offer a plethora of knowledge and entertainment for students of all ages. The great thing about museums is the variety of knowledge and subject matter that each museum offers. You will be sure to find something in the museum to relate to class subject matter. You can even spend more time in those areas to drive home key concepts.

4. See the Cosmos in a Planetarium

Planetariums are one of the coolest places to take a field trip too. I still vividly remember the time our elementary class went to the planetarium. The stars projected onto the huge dome paint a clear picture of the night sky free of light pollution. Students and chaperones alike will enjoy their time under the projected stars.

5. Learn About Animals at the Local Zoo

Zoos are another awesome place to take a field trip to. The animals on display are from all over the world and they bring their own stories with them. The animals – big and small, will captivate students and get them excited to learn more on their own. Field trips are supposed to educate and inspire and the zoo can do exactly that.

6. View a Play in a Theatre

There is nothing quite like the art of theatre. Taking a group of students to see a play will be a life changing experience. Plus, the magic of theatre will certainly peak the interest of any student. Many flagship works of drama are still put on to this day, so students will be able to see Shakespeare, for example, come to life.

7. Tour a Local Factory

Local factories give a glimpse into the manufacturing process, but they also show students the value in hard work and manual labor. Not all students will want to go on to college, so it’s good for them to see other trades and opportunities available to them. Factories that regularly set up tours normally have interactive aspects to them as well, so students will enjoy getting their hands dirty while learning about production.

8. Discover Green Energy With Wind Turbines and Solar Panels

Solar Farms and Wind energy plants are becoming increasingly more popular and accessible to the public for tours. Renewable energy is extremely important and students would enjoy seeing the huge wind turbines or learning just how much goes into the set up and use of solar panels. This is a unique field trip that students will remember for years to come.

9. Climb in a Ropes Courses or Breeze through a Zip Line Course

Rope courses offer team building and bonding experiences unlike any other type of field trips. Students learn to work better together and problem solve their way through tough situations. Zip lines are also great because there’s nothing like experiencing physics from a real life perspective. Zip lines use gravity and exact angles to create the sensation of flying through the air. Pair this with a physics lesson and students will be engaged and excited to learn even more.

10. Outdoor Team Building Exercises

Going on a field trip to participate in team building is fun and beneficial to the classroom environment. Team building exercises will create a better classroom morale and will even grow a sense of togetherness among the students. These types of trips also put students’ problem solving skills to work. They must work together to achieve a common goal. That’s a great skill to develop and practice often!


AC & Kelly Select the the winners for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards


Are These the 10 Most Re-Watchable Movies of All Time?

AC has his favorites…Kelly has hers….but they didn’t even make the top list!

We are all shocked at the movies that didn’t make the list!!!! What would you put on the list?…..

You probably have a handful of movies that you’ve watched over and over and over again . . . and will STILL pop in every now and then, or stop and watch if you catch them on TV. has a list of ‘The Most Re-Watchable Movies of All Time,’ and “Forrest Gump” is #1.

Here’s the Top 10:

1.  “Forrest Gump”

2.  “Back to the Future”

3.  “Star Wars: A New Hope”

4.  “Jurassic Park”

5.  “The Princess Bride”

6.  “Raiders of the Lost Ark”

7.  “Die Hard”

8.  “Groundhog Day”

9.  “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back”

10.  “The Shawshank Redemption”


What do moms REALLY want for Mother’s Day?

What do YOU really want for Mother’s Day?

A new survey found 70% of us plan to buy a Mother’s Day gift this year.  We’ll toss down $58 on average.  But 1 in 5 people think it’s hard to find a GOOD gift.  So this might help take the guesswork out of it . . .

A bunch of moms voted on what the BEST Mother’s Day gifts are.  The good news is you don’t have to get too creative.  You could probably guess most of these.  Here are the top five….

1.  Flowers.  Which seems boring and cliché.  But 48% of moms said that if they only get one gift this year, that’s what they want.

2.  Dinner at a nice restaurant.  43% said it’s a great gift.  And obviously they want you to go WITH them.  Don’t just drop her off in the Red Lobster parking lot.

3.  A gift card.  41% of moms said it’s a good Mother’s Day gift.  But don’t just hand it to her.  Put it in a card.  And obviously pick a gift card for a place she LIKES.

4.  Jewelry.  28% of moms said they’d like to get jewelry for Mother’s Day.  And it’s a good gift for multiple people to chip in on.

5.  Beauty products.  27% of moms said it’s a great gift.  Just make sure it’s something she’ll use.  If you’re not sure, then think about something like a Birchbox subscription, where she gets different stuff every month.

(PR Newswire)


Somebody Made the “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” Album Into a “Star Wars” Musical . . . and It’s Brilliant! Someone rewrote the Beatles’ entire “Sgt.Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album to tell the story of the first “Star Wars” movie, then set it to clips from the movie and put it on YouTube . . . and it’s brilliant.  Even the title is perfect: “Princess Leia’s Stolen Death Star Plans”.

A YouTube channel called Palette-Swap Ninja took the entire “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album by the BEATLES and changed all the lyrics to tell the entire story of the first “Star Wars” movie.  And it’s BRILLIANT.

It goes song-for-song, in sequence, and covers the move from beginning to end.  It starts off with “Princess Leia’s Stolen Death Star Plans” . . . which is also the name of the entire project.

From there, it includes songs like “With Illicit Help from Your Friends” (“With a Little Help from My Friends”) . . . “Imperial Holes” (“Fixing a Hole”) . . . and “Being from the Spaceport of Mos Eisley” (“Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite”).

Things even get a little trippy with “The Force Within You”, which is a take-off of “Within Without You”.

The whole thing is set to clips from the movie, and even if you’re not a fan of the Beatles OR “Star Wars”, it’s hard not to admire how well this is done.  (Start with Tracks 1 and 2 here, then make sure you keep going to the next track.  There are 13 songs and 11 videos in all.)


Safety First!

Please help us spread the word! Wednesday May 3rd from 10am-6pm Bring your expired, unwanted, or unused prescription medication for safe disposal to: Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management District, 5138 Enterprise Dr. Warren Ohio.

It’s fast, easy, and anonymous! Just drive up and drop off. It’s that simple. Law enforcement officials will receive and destroy these medications…no questions asked!

Why not just flush? Many pharmaceuticals are getting past our waste water treatment plants and getting into drinking water. An Associated Press investigation last year found that trace amounts of many prescription drugs are in the drinking water of 41 million Americans.

Directions: Coming from Warren, go out Parkman Rd past N. Leavitt Rd. then turn left onto Enterprise Dr.

Coming from the Rt. 5 ByPass, take Parkman Rd toward Warren, make the first right turn onto Enterprise Drive.

For more information call (330) 675-2765 ext 119.


Todd Franko asked AC & Kelly about the upcoming Angels of Easter Seals Fashion Show/Luncheon.

Tickets are still available (330) 599-5500. This the fashion event of the year! Perfect to take your mom, aunt, BFF, co-workers….–ye/?newswatch


People Who Wake Up on this side of the Bed Are More Miserable in the Morning…You????

So which side is best?????

From Quickies with Kell this morning on HOT-101’s AC & Kelly in the Morning….

The right side of the bed is the wrong side of the bed.  Yeah, I’m into talking in riddles now.  So what?

According to a new survey, people who get off the bed on the right side are more likely to feel miserable, tired, and grumpy in the morning than people who get out of bed on the left side.

People who get out on the left side feel like they’re awake an average of six minutes earlier . . . and their mood picks up an average of 15 minutes earlier.  They’re also 7% less likely to have someone at work comment on how tired they look.

The survey didn’t offer up any reason WHY people who wake up on the left side of the bed are happier, so it’s entirely possible this is a coincidence.

But we’ll offer up a theory.  People who sleep on the right side of their bodies are more likely to have heartburn and acid reflux, because it opens up the path between your stomach and esophagus which can throw off your stomach acid levels.

So if you sleep on the right side of the bed, you might be more likely to sleep on your right SIDE . . . so that you’re not facing into the middle.  And that could cause minor stomach issues that make you sleep worse.



Ready for the Canfield Fair????

It’s just around the corner and great entertainment is already lined up!

Tickets go on sale this Friday!

George Roman joined AC & Kelly on HOT-101 to announce this years big show…
John Mellencamp! Sunday September 3rd……Tickets go on sale at TicketMaster this Friday at all TicketMaster locations.

We’ll see you at the Canfield Fair!



What Was the Most Popular Slang Term the Year You Were Born?

AC & Kelly mentioned the list of the most popular terms for every year from 1926 to 2006.

How many of these do we still use? How many have morphed into different meanings?


2000, “whassup?” . . . 2001, “whale-tail,” which is when your thong sticks out . . . 2002, “hella” . . . 2003, “peeps” . . . 2004, “muffin top” . . . 2005, “fo shizzle” and “fo sheezy” . . . and 2006, “sick.”  As in, “Dude, that shirt is so sick.”

1990, “kewl,” spelled K-E-W-L . . . 1991, “tighty whiteys” . . . 1992, “NOT,” mostly because of “Wayne’s World” . . . 1993, “da bomb” . . . 1994, “Benjamins” . . . 1995, “as if” . . . 1996, “whatever” . . . 1997, “jiggy” . . . 1998, “phat,” spelled P-H-A-T . . . 1999, “bling.”1960, “dullsville” . . . 1961, “bratty” . . . 1962, “drop-dead gorgeous” . . . 1963, “Mickey Mouse,” which meant goofing off at work . . . 1964, “aw shucks” . . . 1965, “grody,” which meant gross . . . 1966, “kegger” . . . 1967, “freak flag” . . . 1968, “bippy” . . . 1969, “out of sight.”

1980, “frizzy” . . . 1981, “chill pill” . . . 1982, “buff” . . . 1983, “beat box” . . . 1984, “that’s major” . . . 1985, “radness” . . . 1986, “studmuffin” . . . 1987, “couch surfing” . . . 1988, “F-bomb” . . . 1989, “trash talk.”

1970, “dorky” . . . 1971, “deadheads” . . . 1972, “guilt trip” . . . 1973, “carbo,” which is short for carbohydrate . . . 1974, “motorhead” . . . 1975, “detox” . . . 1976, “hardball” . . . 1977, “brewski” . . . 1978, “pig out” . . . 1979, “nostalgia-fest.”1990, “kewl,” spelled K-E-W-L . . . 1991, “tighty whiteys” . . . 1992, “NOT,” mostly because of “Wayne’s World” . . . 1993, “da bomb” . . . 1994, “Benjamins” . . . 1995, “as if” . . . 1996, “whatever” . . . 1997, “jiggy” . . . 1998, “phat,” spelled P-H-A-T . . . 1999, “bling.”

More dates……….


1926: Gold-Dig

The money-flush times of the Roaring Twenties gave rise to this term for a woman who is interested in a man, but only for his money. It came from the appropriately-titled “Mantrap” by Sinclair Lewis.

1927: It Girl

Hollywood couldn’t get enough of Clara Bow, so much that she was branded the “It Girl.”

1928: Balony

It’s hooey, it’s balony. This word can be traced back to an article in The Saturday Evening Post, which referred to something phony as being a bunch of balony (their spelling).

1929: It Boy

A couple of years after the “It Girl” came Hollywood’s “It Boy,” which referred to basically any handsome young guy.

1930: Booksy

Instead of being “bookish,” anyone who took an interest in reading was “booksy.”

1931: Snazzy

This word perfectly articulated the elegant-but-also-flashy style of Hollywood starlets and heartbreakers alike of the early part of this decade.

1932: Burp

The word “burp” almost replicates the noise one makes when belching.

1933: Beered Up

Nineteen thirty-three would be the year that Prohibition would be repealed, an occasion that was robustly celebrated.

1934: Boffo

This word originated from the burgeoning comedy scene, where a line that delivered a big laugh was a “boffo.”

1935: Gramps

This could refer to your grandpa, or any older person you felt like insulting.

1936: Bingo

This referred to, yes, the bingo halls that became a hot fad (and then a long-loved game).

1937: Gunky

Another great word here, referring to something that’s pretty gross.

1938: Fave

Another entertainment industry term that made its way into common language, “fave” was used exactly how it is now: To refer to a favorite thing.

1939: Bad-Mouthing

Before we trash-talked, we engaged in bad-mouthing our opponents in sports.

1940: Baby Blues

The rise of parenting experts lead to a whole new vocabulary for new parents. The term “baby blues” would refer to any sadness felt by a mother after the birth of her baby.

1941: Dreamboat

Yet another phrase borrowed from Hollywood, this time to refer to a handsome actor. Though generally used for younger celebrities, we still think Cary Grant  is a dreamboat.

1942: Hyper

No longer considered a polite term these days, but this shortened version of “hyperactive” was used to describe kids with far too much energy.

1943: Duh

This one was a surprise! Though we associate “Duh” with the ’90s, it was widely used as an off-handed remark in the ’40s (OED cites a “Merrie Melodies” cartoon as the source).

1944: Tag-Along

Interestingly, a “tag-along” was a military term that originally referred to a bomb. It was then repurposed into slang, to describe anyone who was unexpectedly joining in on your plans for the day.

1945: Doh!

Another surprise from the ’40s! Before Homer Simpson had this catchphrase, this offhanded expression has roots in radio programs. Specifically, the program “It’s That Man Again.” Doh!

1946: Cheese (as in “Cheesed Off”)

We wonder if this was used ironically or not, but to be “cheesed off” is to be pretty angry about something. This is the also the year that “square” (as in, a very boring, out-of-date person) starts entering vocabularies, originating from the swing scene.

1947: Artsy

Now, costume designer Edith Head (pictured here) was the real creative deal, but anyone who sought to imitate her eccentric approach to personal style would be considered pretentious or “artsy.”

1949: Jet Set

Ah, the jet set! This gossip-column standby was first used in 1949 to describe young people who were living fast and glamorously.

1950: Beautiful People

Hollywood lingo again goes mainstream with this very-appropriate term for the successful and gorgeous individuals who worked in the industry.

1951: Nerd

Well, here’s the opposite of “Beautiful People.” This year, nerd is cited in Newsweekand defined as an alternative to the phrase “square.”

1952: Divey (as in “Dive Bar”)

An excellent word to describe a bar that wasn’t exactly fancy but was still comfortable,  stemming from an article in The New Yorker.

1953: Hippie

Though hippies defined the latter half of the ’60s, its use as slang predates the decade.
A permutation of hipster, the hippie is described as “usually exotically dressed” and “given to the use of hallucinogenic drugs.” “Far out” also enters the lexicon here, as jazz lingo.

1954: Boonies

The middle of nowhere, first cited to come from New Hampshire (and the people talking of backwoods areas).

1955: Cool

Not the first time it was used, but a Mad Magazine slang round-up of the year includes this timeless term. Sadly, James Dean, the king of cool, dies this year.

1956: Nit-Picker

In the era that gave rise to the “organization man” and “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit” comes this corporate-ish term to describe a manager who just can’t let things go.

1957: Endsville

This was a word that didn’t necessarily refer to a specific place, but the idea of a place. A place that was much cooler than wherever you were — though you could also describe things (like bands or records) as being “endsville” too. 

1958: Nuke

This is a very active year for nuclear testing, giving rise to the shortened word for the weapon, “nuke.”

1959: Hot-Dog

This phrase, which essentially means to show off, came over from ’50s California surf culture.

1960: Dullsville

The opposite of “Endsville” is “Dullsville,” of course. Need we say more?

1961: Bratty

Baby boomers were becoming older kids and teens in this decade, which made this word always-appropriate.

1962: Drop-Dead

Sashaying over from the fashion industry is this oh-so-dramatic phrase, used to describe anything fabulous or gorgeous.

1963: Mickey Mouse

To goof off, especially on the job, was to “Mickey Mouse.” It was a phrase that came over, somehow, from the military.

1964: Aw-Shucks

Writer Tom Wolfe gifted culture with this term that describes someone who is feigning innocence.

1965: Grody

Meaning bad in appearance, “grody” usually described people and places, but perhaps this gross pile of dishes could count as well. Though it’s not mentioned in the OED, we also informally consider this the era of “groovy.”

Thank you to GoodHousekeeping for the list.


How Long Do You Go Without Washing Things Like Jeans, Bras, and Sheets?

A new survey asked people how long they go between washing some things that, frankly, lots of us don’t wash very often.  Here are the results . . .


1.   Jeans.  10% of people wash their jeans every single time they wear them and 44% do it at least once a week . . . but 28% go at least a month, and 18% will hold out for months and only wash them once they get a stain.

2.  Towels.  9% of people wash them after every use, which seems like ridiculous overkill.  43% of people wash them once a week . . . and 15% wash them whenever they get around to it.

3.  Sheets.  44% wash them every one or two weeks . . . another 35% wash them once a month . . . but 21% use them indefinitely and only throw them in the laundry when they’re repulsive.

4.  Bras.  Only 5% wash them after every use . . . 56% go one or two weeks . . . and 33% wait until they SMELL WEIRD.  Women are much more aggressive with their sports bras.  41% wash them after every use, and no one just lets them go indefinitely.

5.  Underwear.  97% of people wash their underwear after they wear it once.  3% of people sometimes re-wear the same pair even if it’s dirty.


AC is completely amused by this…Kelly just thinks it’s disgusting!…

Funny or not? Your thoughts…


From AC & Kelly this morning….How Many of These Weird Habits Do You Have?

Do you ever wonder if other people share the same weird habits as you?  Well we found an online survey about it.  Here are eight questions we liked . . .

1.  When you leave a store without buying anything, do you get worried they’ll think you’re shoplifting?  75% of people said yes.

2.  When you write the word “Wednesday,” do you sound it out in your head as “Wed-ness-day”?  85% of us do it.

3.  Do you pace around and fidget with stuff while you’re on the phone?  78% said yes.

4.  Do you cringe when you hear a recording of your own voice?  82% said yes.

5.  Do you ever worry other people are judging you for how fast your windshield wipers are going in light rain?  52% say yes.

6.  When you’re reading a book, do you ever space out . . . read a whole page . . . and then not remember any of it?  97% say yes.

7.  Do you ever close Facebook or Twitter because you’re bored with it . . . then open it back up one second later without thinking?  93% say yes.

8.  Do you ever respond to your pet by saying, “I know” after they bark or meow?  83% of us do it.



From Quickies with Kell this morning….

What Does the Color of Your Car Say About Your Personality?

Can people tell what kind of person you are, just by the color of your car?  Probably not.  But a recent survey found out what other people THINK it says about you.

Here are six car colors, and what people think they say about your personality . . .

1.  A black car makes you seem charming, intelligent, and ambitious.  But also selfish.

2.  White or silver makes you seem trustworthy.

3.  Red makes you seem happy and adventurous, but also angry.

4.  Blue makes you seem loyal, kind, and considerate.

5.  Tan or brown makes people think you’re grumpy, mean, and boring.

6.  A gold car makes you seem greedy and wealthy.  Obviously it has to be an expensive car though.  Even if it’s gold, people won’t think you’re rich if you’re driving a 1998 Ford Focus.

The survey also found men think women in red cars are the sexiest, and women think blue cars are the most attractive for men.  The least attractive car color is brown.


The Newest Photo Making People Crazy: Are These Strawberries Red?

It’s been two years since that blue-black-white-gold DRESS blew up online.  There have been TONS of confusing “What color is this?” photos that have gone viral since then, and here’s the latest.

A new photo is going around that shows a bowl of strawberries and it asks a simple question:  Are they red?

The correct answer is no.  All reds have allegedly been stripped out of the picture, so it’s all different grays.  But we THINK they’re red and we see red, because they’re strawberries. We’re confused.

FYI-Kelly thinks they are chocolate covered!    😉

(Here’s the photo.)

  • Chocolate covered, right?


we loved Bruno Mars Carpool Karaoke.  Enjoy



Romantic Ideas for everyday that won’t break the bank!

As the months and years pass by in the relationship you may start to take each other for granted or start to believe that excessive shows of affection in love is just corny.

Create little ways to remind your lover that you’re still in love with them.

Love is more about bringing a smile on each other’s faces for no reason at all….And love is more about letting your partner know you’re still in love with little affectionate gestures.

Write little love notes and slip it into your lover’s pocket even if it’s just a little “I love you”. These notes don’t have to be elaborate. Even a little lipstick mark on a piece of paper will bring the same smile!

Whisper a message in your partner’s voicemail and say something naughty in the middle of the day.

Record a love message on your partner’s phone. Set an alarm for a time when you’re not around them with a message saying “check your recorder app/voice recorder”.

More ideas? Follow us @hot101fm

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It’s a HOT101 Free Music Monday…..

More tickets to Twenty One Pilots @ Consol Energy Center this Friday…PLUS Tickets to the Harlem Globetrotters at the Covelli Center this Friday.

At 7:15am we have a pair of tickets for TwentyOne Pilots at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh this Friday 1/27/17.
Cue to call with AC & Kelly.
(330) 781-WHOT

Wow! This takes more than courage….


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