• Straight Talk - January 21, 2015

    Straight Talk – January 21, 2015

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

    Liquid Luck…The Good Fortune Handbook, by clinical psychologist,  teacher, and author, Joseph Gallenberger, Ph. D, is your one-way ticket to success, abundance, and love. Using the natural power of Psychokinesis, PK, you can be a conscious creator of your own good health and prosperity. Dr. Joe discusses the myth, that “luck” is purely random, and out of our control. On the contrary, through powerful affirmations of happiness, love, abundance, praise, compassion, and gratitude, you can create your own luck, which not only benefits you, but all those you love. If you enjoy having your thinking challenged, then this is your ultimate cup-of-tea!

    Link: www.liquidluckbook.com

    Community Hero- Mary Lou Myers

    Our Community Hero today is Mary Lou Myers. Mary Lou is the former president of the Boone Area Library. She is currently involved with the Birdsboro Community Center and the Birdsboro Woman’s Club. She also volunteers with her church. Congratulations!

    Recipe of the Week- 5 Ingredient Lemon Chicken

    Our recipe of the week today is 5 Ingredient Lemon Chicken. Click the link below to view the full recipe!


    Pet of the Week- Hazel

    Our Pet of the Week today is Hazel.  Hazel is a 3 year old spayed female Pit Bull.  She’s lived with kids, cats, and dogs, and does great with all of them.  Help us find Hazel a forever home. She is available for adoption at the Humane Society of Berks County.  Our Pet of the Week is brought to you by Godfrey’s Welcome To Dogdom!



    Dover Police Shake It Off!

    Dover police officer Jeff Davis’ “DashCam Confessional” where he lip syncs Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” is tearing up the internet!

    Click HERE to check it out…


    “Roberts Rankings” – H.S. Basketball

    Here are the “Roberts Rankings” for Berks County high school boys basketball through January 18th:


    1. Reading (12-4)

    2. Exeter (12-3)

    3. Berks Catholic (7-7)

    4. Gov. Mifflin (7-8)

    5. Conrad Weiser (10-5)

    6. Wilson (6-10)

    7. Antietam (14-2)

    8. Twin Valley (9-6)


    DQ Blizzard Challenge Round 1

    Elwood Wenrich from Shoemakersville is our first DQ Blizzard Challenge winner!  Elwood said that Mike would be right and won a DQ Ice Cream Cake.

    It’s the DQ Blizzard Challenge!!
    Mike Keller’s going up against DQ’s Hamid Chaudhry to see who is the best snow prognosticator! Mike says we’ll get 1 inch on Wednesday and Hamid is going with 3 inches. Who do you think is going to be right? If you agree with Mike, text (267-422-2830) or email (mkeller@weeu.com) MIKE and if you’re going with Hamid just send in HAMID. One lucky listener who picks the correct side will win a DQ ice cream cake!  Entries are due by 5pm on Tuesday (1/20).

    Snip Esterly Breaks Berks County Record!

    Click here for the podcast with Snip Esterly:

    On Friday, January 16th, Berks Catholic defeated Conrad Weiser 56-35.  That gave Saints’ coach Snip Esterly 627 career wins.  Esterly passed longtime Holy Name coach Lloyd Wolf for the most victories in Berks County basketball history.  After the game, WEEU’s Paul Roberts found out the keys to Esterly’s success and how long he will continue coaching.


    Lloyd Wolf on WEEU

    Click here for the interview with Lloyd Wolf:

    Lloyd Wolf won 626 games over 40 years as the head coach at Holy Name.  On Friday, January 16th, Wolf was on the Berks Catholic bench to watch Saints’ coach Snip Esterly break his Berks County record for career wins.  At halftime, Wolf joined WEEU’s Bob McCool and Paul Roberts during their live broadcast.  Find out which team Wolf thinks was the best in Berks County during his coaching tenure.  He also spoke about his football coaching career.

    Reggie Weiss on WEEU

    Click here for the interview with Reggie Weiss:

    Reggie Weiss won 457 games as a boys basketball coach in Berks County with Central Catholic, Wilson, and Muhlenberg.  He led the Cardinals to a state championship in 1985.  One of his assistants that year was Snip Esterly.  On Friday, January 16th, Esterly became the winningest coach in Berks County history when his Berks Catholic Saints defeated Conrad Weiser 56-to-35.  Weiss was in attendance at Wolf gymnasium.  He spoke with WEEU’s Bob McCool and Paul Roberts after the game.