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'On the Go!': The potential closing of Sokolowski's University Inn, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, & Candy Corn...yum or yuck?

Dave Chudowsky, Danielle Wiggins, Jasmine Monroe, Austin Love, Hollie Strano and Maureen Kyle cover headlines and talkers in today's On the Go! post show.
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CLEVELAND — Welcome to the On the Go! post show with the Go! morning team for Wednesday, October 14.

On today’s show, broadcast live on both Facebook and YouTube, the Go! team delves into the news reported by Ideastream that Sokolowski’s University Inn in Tremont may potentially close as a result of hardships faced during COVID-19.

The team then turns to Hispanic Heritage Month as Jasmine Monroe shares her reporting on Valerie Mayen, owner of Yellowcake Shop, Bella Sin, head curator of Haus of Sin makeup, and Rosie Galaz, owner of The Tomato Guys.  All three appear in Ammore Consulting’s feature highlighting the 100 Latinos Cleveland Must Know.

RELATED: How to still get informed about & celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Cleveland

Lastly, it’s Candy Corn that led the conversation off the rails.  

Dave Chudowsky, Danielle Wiggins, Jasmine Monroe, Austin Love, Hollie Strano and Maureen Kyle answer the question …. Candy Corn, yum or yuck?  What side are you on?

We know you'll have some strong opinions on this...

Posted by WKYC Channel 3 - Cleveland on Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Remember, we host "On the GO!" -- our special morning post show -- live each weekday morning at 7:05 a.m. on Facebook and YouTube. So grab a cup of coffee and join us in the conversation! We can't wait to chat with you!

Watch the full On the Go! post show for Wednesday, October 14, 2020 in the player below.

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