We’re really excited about episode 28! Why? Because the vibes are so good: the Browns won, Baker rocked out in his first NFL game, Indians will play the Astros in the ALDS, and we got to review an awesome new brewery in Cleveland!
We start the episode discussing our top five happiest sports memories. Last week we kind of brought the mood down with our top five saddest sports moments, so this week we decided to be positive after that awesome Browns’ victory.
Next up, we talk Browns, Browns, and more Browns, because they won! Dan and the LOTL boys are still hyped after that comeback victory against the Jets. The boys discuss the ramifications of the win and if Mayfield is the real deal or not. They also preview the upcoming game against Oakland.
We wrap up sports previewing the upcoming Astros-Indians ALDS series and discussing the LOTL poll of the week, which was about the series. Things get a little touchy as Jordan and Dan try to provoke each other. They discuss which team has the edge, and they all make predictions. Either way, it’s gonna be a great series.
The episode concludes with a preview of IngenuityFest, the Solon Fall Festival, and Boo at the Zoo.
IngenuityFest 2018: Sept. 28-30 (Hamilton Collaborative; 5401 Hamilton Ave.)
*A festival where arts, science and technology intersect.
2018 theme is “FuturePast”
*Hamilton Collaborative: “supports and encourages artisans and innovators working in Cleveland. Our incubator provides resources and networking opportunities…”
*Masthead, Market Garden, Goldhorn Brewery & Watershed Distillery
*Live music, open mic, demonstrations, art for sale
*Friday: 5 p.m. – 1 a.m.; Saturday: 12 p.m. – 1 a.m.; Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
*For more information click here.
Solon Fall Festival: Oct. 6 (Solon Community Park)
*Free, festival runs from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
*Family-friendly, includes games, contests, hayrides, art displays, crafts, farmers market, food trucks and more
*More information click here.
Boo at the Zoo: Oct. 12-14, 19-21, & 26-28 (Cleveland Metroparks Zoo)
*Tickets can be purchased online ($10 for members, $11 for non-members) or at the box office ($14). Free admission for children under the age of 2.
*5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
*Candy stations throughout the zoo
*4-D movies included with ticket
*Carousel, train rides, hay maze, & dancing