The Racine Roundup aired on TMJ4 during the 4 p.m. news on Thursday, Sept. 1. Racine County Eye’s web editor, Loren Lamoreaux, discussed various stories with TMJ4’s anchor Symone Woolridge on the newscast.
During the first part of the segment, Lamoreaux informed readers about a new business in Racine. The Sanctum Tabletop Gaming Emporium is a locally-owned storefront that provides a place for people to shop, learn and connect to Racine’s gaming community. It’s a complete hub for entertainment! They are this week’s Racine County Eye Business Spotlight. Read their story on our website.
Speaking of entertainment, they also shared with viewers exciting activities that are happening in Racine County this weekend. It’s Labor Day weekend and there is no shortage of ways to have fun during the time off from work. Check out the article and read about what you can do this weekend.
The segment closed out by discussing an RUSD educator’s claim to fame! Monique McNight has taken a recent hit song by Lizzo and put her own spin on it. Switching the lyrics to fit into her profession helped to do the trick. The video can be viewed on TikTok and more about her story can be read on our website.
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