In the span of two days, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport went from having zero flights to Europe to having two. Both of them directly to Reykjavik, Iceland. Will the attraction of Northern Lights and cheap fares fill those seats? We'll talk to an industry analyst about whether the twin announcement is good or a gamble for the city.
Then, the legacy of Cleveland's 1996 Bicentennial celebration remains in City Year Cleveland which is marking the end of a milestone year and looking ahead to the next decade. It has plans to greatly expand its role in helping Cleveland students.
Plus, breaking up the Big 3. One year removed from a championship, the Cavaliers send Kyrie Irving to their biggest conference rival. What?
-Ben Mutzabaugh, Editor, Today in the Sky blog, USA Today
-Toi Comer, Vice President and Executive Director, City Year Cleveland
-Jan Roller, Partner, Giffen & Kaminski LLC, Founding Board Member, City Year Cleveland
-Randy McShepard, VP, Public Affairs, RPM International
-Collin Huth, Second Year AmeriCorps Member, Team Leader at East Technical High School
-Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Crain's Cleveland Business
-Adam "The Bull", Host, "The Bull and the Fox," 92.3FM