Kathy Vogel

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Kathy Vogel is a NE Ohio radio veteran who’s worked on-air in Cleveland, Akron, and Canton. She was the host of the Emmy-nominated children’s TV show “Ask Gilby”, and has appeared in several indie films. In addition, Kathy is a voice over artist, award-winning screenwriter, and founder of Crack Wise Magazine.
Kathy married into a rock & roll family: Her father in- law is world-class drummer Joe Vitale, and her husband is Joe Jr., frontman of the band Ravenwood. In her spare time, Kathy enjoys wine, friends and family, and laughter.


Monday, 03 April 2023 11:01

Peeps Sips

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There was a time many, many moons ago when I loved ALL the Easter candy. I had no discrimination between good candies and bad candies. Because as a kid, you wanted all the sugary goodness you could get. But as I got older, I've ditched many candies associated with Easter--…
Wednesday, 29 March 2023 11:49

Feeding Fido

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The economy ain't no joke right now. Everything costs so much more than it used to, and people are struggling to make ends meet. And that's an understatement! Not only are people struggling to put food on the table, but are also struggling to feed their pets. And let's be…
Wednesday, 22 March 2023 10:26

Heart Matters

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I've mentioned it on my show before, but in case you missed it I've been named a Woman of Impact nominee with the American Heart Association for 2023. Over the years, I've been an active participant in their GoRed for Women Initiative and served as the emcee for their GoRed for…
Wednesday, 15 March 2023 10:16

Young & Stressed

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I suppose stress is just a part of life. It can affect us in many negative ways. That's why coping strategies are important. And it's especially important to learn how to manage stress at a younger age, so that adulthood can go a wee bit smoother. Layla Allen of Cleveland…
Wednesday, 08 March 2023 10:43


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It's gonna take all of us looking out for each other. This train derailment in East Palestine should not be forgotten, nor should the residents. This disaster, that could've been avoided, has impacted so many lives-- and who really knows what the long-term ramifications will be or how widespread. The…
Tuesday, 28 February 2023 10:39

Rollin', Rollin', Rollin'

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Ah, the memories. Not a day went by in my early childhood where I wasn't in my rollerskates. I had this little pocket-sized book about roller skating that I kept in my back pocket. Many hours were spent on the long front porch skating. I perfected my single axel, double…
Tuesday, 21 February 2023 12:42

Men Making a Difference

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The title says it all: Men Making a Difference. There's this great program in Alliance where a group of men read to school-aged children. Men from all walks of life. It was the brain-child of three women in the school system. Their goal? To educate students about different careers; to…
Tuesday, 14 February 2023 14:37

Hidden Treasure

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On the heels of the news that Antiques Roadshow is coming to Akron this summer, perhaps you have a vinyl gem in your possession right now. And maybe you'd like to part with it for a nice sum. Here are the top 3 money-garnering albums. The Beatles White Album:  There…
Wednesday, 08 February 2023 12:02


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Valentine's Day isn't all roses and hearts and sweetness. For some, it's a whole box of not fun. But that's okay. There are several ways you can vent about your former flame without landing in jail. An animal shelter in Hamilton will let you place your ex's name on a…
Wednesday, 01 February 2023 10:23

Princess Night

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Whether or not you want to call it a milestone or a rite of passage, going to the prom is a big deal. And it's become a bigger deal as the years go by with "promposals" and whatnot. But getting all the things that a young gal needs for the…
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