• Good Afternoon Berks County at the Berks History Center - 08/21/14

    Good Afternoon Berks County at the Berks History Center – 08/21/14

    magicalhistorytourJoin WEEU’s Andi Kurzweg as she broadcasts live from the Berks History Center on Centre Avenue in Reading on Thursday, August 21st from 3 to 5 pm! Andi will be discussing the Berks History Center’s Magical History Tour, a nostalgic look at the Baby Boomer Generation! Musicians and organizers of the Midsummer Night’s Dream, Chapter Two of the Magical History Tour cultural and musical happening at the Evergreen Club in Fleetwood will be there to offer a sneak preview of  the concert!

    The WEEU & Martin’s Flooring Taste of Home Cooking School & Expo


    There are 3 ways to purchase your Taste of Home Cooking School and Expo tickets:

    Get Tickets In Person at WEEU Radio

    Available in person weekdays between 9am and 4pm at…

    34 North Fourth Street
    Cash, Check, Money Order or Credit Card accepted for in person payments.

     Get Tickets By Mail

    Available by mail by sending your ticket order and payment along with a stamped, self-addressed envelope to:

    WEEUTaste of Home Cooking School and Expo
    34 North Fourth Street
    To be sure of return mail delivery we will not accept mail orders past 9/3/14 …
    Check or Money Order accepted for mail orders.

     Get Tickets By Telephone   ***$1.00 processing fee in this case

    Available by telephone weekdays between 9am and 4pm…
    Call WEEU Radio at (610) 376-7335.
    Credit card is the only payment that will be accepted for telephone orders and a $1.00 processing/handling/mailing fee will be added to all orders, regardless of the number of tickets purchased. To be sure of return mail delivery we will not accept telephone orders past 9/3/14. 


    • There is no limit to the number of tickets any one person may purchase.
    • Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • When they’re sold out, no further orders will be accepted.
    • Doors and the expo open at 4PM. You can enjoy the expo and live music from 4 to 7PM.
    • If you come hungry, go right to our food court in the lower expo hall.
    • The Taste of Home Cooking School begins at 7PM!
    • As always, we’ll have lots of door prizes!




    Tablet Tuesdays

    830am WEEU, along with Micro Air Computers, is excited to bring you… TABLET TUESDAYS!
    It’s your chance to win one of ten ASUS Transformer Pad TF700s.
    Just look for the Tablet Tuesdays ad
    in the Sunday and Tuesday Reading Eagle

    and then listen for the clues on 830am WEEU and right here on WEEU.com.
    Once your entry form is completed,
    take it to one of these fine sponsors…
    Cartridge World, AllTemp Enterprise, CJ’s Tire & Automotive Services,
    Queen City Restaurant, Savage L&B, Smart Choice 61 Auto Sales,
    Hahn Exteriors, Hearthstone, About All Floors, Martin Appliance,
    Ontelaunee Orchards AND Micro Air Computers!

    We’ll be giving away two tablets each Tuesday
    beginning on July 29th and running through August 26th…  
    Enter early and often for your best chance to win,
    entry deadline is the close of business on Monday, August 25th.

     Tablet Tuesdays Winners!
    1. Richard Zeller from Hamburg
    2. Max Keller from Kutztown
    3. Patricia Lantry from Bernville
    4. Ron Snow from Wyomissing
    5. Nancy Ebersole from Mohnton
    6. Jeff Shuman from Shillington
    7. Jean Sweigart from Mohnton








    Straight Talk – August 20, 2014

    Click here for this week’s Straight Talk with Nick Lawrence

    The Supplement Pyramid, by Senior Health Scientist for Life Extension Foundation, Doctor and Author, Michael A. Smith, M.D. is the “everything you ever wanted to know about supplements” book. If you’ve ever had any doubts, like most of us, about what to take, how much to take, and whether to take supplements at all, your questions are answered in this most amazing book! Listen as Dr. Smith explains the three level of his Supplement Pyramid: The Foundation Level, what everyone should be taking;The Personalization Level, what you uniquely need for your good health, and The Optimization Level, what you should be taking, to live a healthier and longer life. All of Dr. Smith’s work is backed by the latest scientific research! You are going to love this interview and book!

    Link: www.mysupplementpyramid.com

    Recipe of the Week- Homemade Macaroni and Cheese

    Click here to view the recipe.


    Community Hero- Shirley Loy

    Our Community Hero this week is Shirley Loy.  Shirley is a volunteer at Miller-Keystone.  If you have someone in mind that you would like to nominate for our Community Hero e-mail Andi at Akurzweg@weeu.com or message us on Facebook.  Our Community Hero segment is brought to you by State Farm agent Seth Wailizer.

    Shirley Loy

    Pet of the Week- Keith!

    Meet our pet of the week Keith!  Keith is a 6 year old male yorkipoo only weighing 11lbs.  This adorable dog is extremely friendly and well-mannered but a little nervous so he’d probably be better in a home without small children.  For more information visit berksarl.org.  Our pet of the week segment is brought to you by Godfrey’s Welcome to Dogdom!    yorkk

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    Student Spotlight- Alex Rotkiske

    Our Student Spotlight this week is Alex Rotkiske.  Alex is a 3rd grader at Muhlenberg Elementary School.  He maintains good grades, is a cub scout, and he enjoys arts and crafts.  He also helps with some fundraising efforts and enjoys spreading his positive attitude with everyone he meets.  Way to go Alex!


    Mike Keller takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Click here to see the video of WEEU’s Mike Keller take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and then challenge a few of his co-workers…
    and then click here to hear what it sounded like LIVE on The WEEU Morning Show!

    Mountain Folk Radio and Web Show

    Mountain Folk Show 8-17-14

    Join East Side Dave for a weekly one-hour trip up the trail to “the mountain” to enjoy an assortment of bluegrass, Celtic, old-time, outdoor-themed and acoustic Appalachian & Alpine mountain music. Seasonal outdoor activities are discussed as is the rich heritage of folk music here in the USA and around the world. If you enjoy the lifestyle and culture of the mountains, you’ll love the Mountain Folk show.

    Intern Kelly’s last day!

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    WEEU “Week in Review” – August 15, 2014

    Click here for the WEEU “Week in Review” Podcast:

    1. A recap of the week’s top news stories including reaction to a legal victory for Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer, opposition to building an Olivet Boys & Girls Club in Pendora Park, and an emergency project to repair the Bingaman Street Bridge.

    2. A look back at Robin Williams’ amazing career and tragic death.

    3. In Sports, you will hear from Reading right-hander Aaron Nola.  He was the seventh overall pick in this year’s draft.

    4. Plus, Agricultural, Business, and Entertainment news.


    College Football Preview on WEEU

    Click here for Paul Roberts’ interview with Phil Steele:

    Well known college football writer Phil Steele joined WEEU’s Paul Roberts to talk about James Franklin, Penn State, the Big Ten conference, and this season’s national title contenders.  Here’s a podcast of that interview from the August 14th edition of “The Sports Democracy”…