On Monday’s Lunch Break with Jay Crawford, we’re chewing on changes to how Instagram displays likes on photos, a lawsuit against Madonna for pushing her concert back and the Cleveland Browns win over the Buffalo Bills.

We’re celebrating Veterans Day with your stories about the veterans in your life and a guide on where those who have served our country can get discounts and freebies today.

We’ll also take a look at how an Arby’s restaurant in Minnesota took things too far with a sign that read: “NOTICE: Only well-behaved children who can keep their food on their trays and their bottoms on their seats are welcome. If you can’t do this, you will be asked to leave. Thanks!”

After the company became aware of the post, Arby’s responded saying: “We recognize the language on this sign was insensitive. We removed it quickly, and have disciplined the manager and team working at the restaurant. It does not reflect our company values and the family-friendly environment we aim to provide in all of our restaurants.”

Rachel Krych, the founder of Couponing with Rachel, is also stopping by the studio to teach us three ways to save money while holiday shopping.

Jay is lunching with 3News’ Hollie Strano and the two will be joined by digital anchor Stephanie Haney.

You can lunch with us each day by commenting on our live streams and tweeting with us during the show using #3lunchbreak.

Your involvement is a huge part of the show, so make sure to keep the conversation going for a chance to have your questions and comments shared on the air.

Lunch Break with Jay Crawford airs Monday through Friday at 12 p.m. Eastern on 3News, and streams live on WKYC.com, YouTube, Facebook and on our 3News app.

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