HearSay with Cathy Lewis"HearSay with Cathy Lewis" is the only locally produced, public affairs radio call-in program in Hampton Roads. Every Monday through Friday, we reach more than 35,000 listeners, from Richmond to the Outer Banks.
"HearSay with Cathy Lewis" is the only locally produced, public affairs radio call-in program in Hampton Roads. Every Monday through Friday, we reach more than 35,000 listeners, from Richmond to the Outer Banks.
Senator Time Kaine joins the show to discuss legistlative priorities. Then, we discuss the potential use of Marshal law to protect monuments across the country. Finally, we talk about the protests in the state capital.
WHRO's Mechelle Hankerson joins us to discuss the downturn in community college enrollment. Then, we talk about how COVID-19 and low economic growth will change the lives and careers of Millennials and Generation Z.
Governor Ralph Northam announced last week that Virginia would move into Phase 3 of reopening this Wednesday, July 1. We talk to Hampton Roads business owners about how the new guidelines will affect their operation decisions. Although the new guidelines allow outdoor entertainment venues such as Busch Gardens to reopen with a 1,000 person limit, the company says they don't plan to. Despite their argument that there should be separate guidelines for outdoor amusement parks, Gov. Northam affirmed that there will be no exceptions made for them in Phase 3. How will you approach the next step of reopening as a consumer and patron?
Have you gotten into gardening for the first time during the coronavirus pandemic? Have you used the extra time at home to tend to your already established one? We welcome back the one and only gardening guru Jim Orband for a special segment on gardening during a pandemic.
In the words of Tom Haverford, sometimes you have to treat yo self. What purchases have you made to help you through the pandemic? We talk to an editor at The Strategist about the most common purchases people are making during COVID-19. Then, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Connie Schultz joins to discuss her debut novel, "The Daughters of Erietown."
What does the movement to defund the police actually want, and is it a workable plan for reform? We hear from people involved in this issue. Then, Cathy discusses the controversy involving the state's Confederate monuments.