Paula Balish 7:00pm To Midnight
Paula Balish credits her father for her career in radio. He gave Paula her first transister radio at age six and continued to buy her radio gifts as she was growing up. Paula’s love for music grew as she did, and following her graduation from Mentor High School in 1980, she jetted down to Florida, enrolled in The Connecticut School of Broadcasting and landed her first job at WNHY, a big band station in Riviera Beach, Florida.
After working at several Florida stations, her ultimate dream came true – returning home to Cleveland to work at her favorite rock station – WNCX. In 1992, a change in Program Directors sent Paula to Youngstown’s WNCD. Three years later, Paula came back to WNCX to host the evening shift. Paula continues to host evenings on WNCX and represents the station at numerous appearances, events and activities in the community.
Operation STAT is hosting an open house/military appreciation day cookout on May 16th at the Eastlake VFW.
Loaded with mac and cheese and bacon! Want to try it? All you have to do is go to The Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park. It’ll be featured now until Sunday March 8th. Don’t forget, they’re open 24/7.
Ground beef, vegetables and barley, a very hearty, warming, chowder for this wintertime freeze.
Please join Values-in-Action Foundation (Project Love) February 12th, as we honor the TOP 10 Heroes Behind the Scenes in Cleveland.
Paula Balish shares her pick for her favorite album released in the year 1985-Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble’s Soul To Soul.
You’re going to love me for finding this recipe for you. It’s 3 ingredients.
If you are not into really sweet cakes, then this one is for you. It’s pretty easy too.
These fruit, nut and cheese filled little pastries have different names depending on what nationality you are. Some call them kolachi, kalache, balish, balesh, beles, whatever you call them they are basically the same. Here is my recipe for balish.
This is a real classic. Egg whites, sugar, walnuts. How can you go wrong?
It’s called the Watergate Salad, it’s really rather convoluted how the name came about, read about it here. I don’t care what they call it, I just love it. It’s super easy to make, and like heaven in your mouth.