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Forest Park's The Underground closes its doors1m40s

Forest Park's The Underground closes its doors

The Underground in Forest Park has been home to local, regional and national bands since 2004. The people behind The Underground said its faith-based events have at times attracted 50,000 teens a year. Now, The Underground is transitioning, according to executive director Mike Vollette.

WCPO
Published: May 24, 2018
How you can prevent ticks this summer1m37s

How you can prevent ticks this summer

Ticks prefer to live in grassy, wooded areas in nature or hitch a ride on the animals that frequent them. Humans are at greatest risk of becoming unwilling hosts when participating in outdoor activities such as hiking, hunting, camping or gardening, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but they can even show up in your front lawn.

WCPO
Published: May 24, 2018
Happy birthday, Alicia Smith!1m48s

Happy birthday, Alicia Smith!

We surprised Alicia Smith with an incredible Cat Wars cake from Home Bakery in downtown Rochester for her birthday, celebrating two of her favorite things, cats and Star Wars.

WXYZ
Published: May 24, 2018
Getting your air conditioner ready for summer2m17s

Getting your air conditioner ready for summer

The warm weather is finally here and that means most of you will be turning on the a/c shortly. We talk with Air Master to find the best ways to prepare your air conditioning system for the summer and how to take care of it all summer long.

WXYZ
Published: May 24, 2018
Tot Boy Wins At Bowling16s

Tot Boy Wins At Bowling

Bowling is such a fun activity that can get a whole family involved. And when I say the whole family, I include the youngest family members as well. It’s never too early to start learning about bowling! And that’s exactly what this funny video is about. If you’re up for a good laugh, you’ll like it for sure! This clip opens with a mom giving her little son a bowling lesson. Oh, how cute is this tot boy? The bowling ball is almost as big as he is, but he doesn’t see that as an obstacle! He eventually manages to throw the ball down the bowling lane. Good job, little one! But wait, this tot boy is not playing by the rules. Not only does he throw the ball down the lane, but he also follows it to make sure that the ball finds the right way down the lane. LOL! That’s another way to win at bowling! Beyond hilarious!

Man Jumps On A Pogo Stick And Makes A Hole In A Hardwood Floor23s

Man Jumps On A Pogo Stick And Makes A Hole In A Hardwood Floor

Jumping on a pogo stick is such fun, especially if you are just a kid. But when an adult man who tries to do it indoors, things can easily become hilarious! Just take a look at this video and see it for yourself! It’s so hilarious that you really don’t want to miss it! This video shows a man who takes a pogo stick and hops on it in a living room. He starts to jump all over the place and gets so much into it that he makes a hole in a hardwood floor! OMG, can you believe that?! Who would have ever thought that the pogo stick can crack a wooden floor?! This is so hilarious! If you are looking for something to really make you laugh out loud this video is such a gem! It’s a real mood lifter and instantly goes to my personal Top 10 funny videos list!

Local piano roll manufacturer going high tech1m52s

Local piano roll manufacturer going high tech

There is nothing like the sound of a piano playing, especially when you don't have to do the work. That is QRS Music Rolls' specialty. Music director Michael Jones heads up the local operation and says that "at the turn of the century, the player piano was a neat technological advancement." Piano rolls are still manufactured at QRS, just as they have been for over a hundred years. They are still using some of the original equipment. The manufacturing is done mainly at night. While the rolls are still popular, Michael says that player pianos are difficult to find. That's why QRS has gone high tech, creating a computerized system called PNOmation 3 that can transform any piano into a player piano.  Michael says "we're poised for the next century. We've been here a hundred years and we're going strong." You can find more information about QRS at their website.

WKBW
Published: May 24, 2018