Monday, 23 December 2019 11:09

Ray Horner Podcast - 12/24/2019 Featured

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:19 - As a part of the week of Christmas and Hanukkah, Ray dug up the top-selling toys from the 1960s to 1990, when all the members of the morning show were children. Also, there is a Christmas town in Indiana named Santa Claus, and the post office gets millions of letters each year that are addressed to “Santa Claus.”

8:46 - Where the heck did some of these old sayings like “Apple of My Eye,” “Make a bee line,” and “A bakers dozen” come from? Ray and Tony had a slew of these sayings and the meanings behind them.

14:46 - One of the treasures in Northeast Ohio is the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. Bobby Dinkins from the CVSR talked about all the special events coming to the railroad in 2020, as well as the general rides through the valley.

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