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Latest podcast episodes about Dayton Daily News

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne
Episode 2145 – Vietnam refugee understands Afghan situation to the max

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 21:13


Episode 2145 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a story about what a Vietnamese refugee thinks about the Afghanistan situation. The featured story comes from the Dayton Daily News and is titled: Local man who escaped Vietnam sees … Continue reading → The post Episode 2145 – Vietnam refugee understands Afghan situation to the max appeared first on .

James Crepea Show
James Crepea Show 9/1/21: Oregon Ducks still have some undecided position battles, Utah reporter Josh Newman, Arizona State reporter Michelle Gardner, LSU reporter Brody Miller, UCLA reporter James H. Williams, Ohio State reporter Marcus Hartman

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 95:15


On Wednesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses the Oregon Ducks still having some undecided position battles, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune previews Thursday's game against Weber State, Arizona State beat reporter Michelle Gardner of the Arizona Republic previews Thursday's game against Southern Utah, LSU beat reporter Brody Miller of The Athletic previews Saturday's game at UCLA, UCLA beat reporter James H. Williams of the Orange County Register recaps the win over Hawaii and previews the matchup with LSU and Ohio State beat reporter Marcus Hartman of the Dayton Daily News previews Thursday's game at Minnesota

James Crepea Show
9/1/21: Ohio State beat reporter Marcus Hartman

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 17:10


Ohio State beat reporter Marcus Hartman of the Dayton Daily News joins the show to preview Thursday's season opener at Minnesota

Faithful Politics
"Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost" - w/Michael Bender

Faithful Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 57:12


Whether you like him or hate him, Joe Biden is the President of the United States and Donald Trump is not. If this is the first time hearing this, you may want to sit down and brace yourself for how Trump lost the 2020 election. We talk this week with a man who has spent considerable time with the former President, and probably knows why Donald Trump didn't get a second term. In his recent book, "Frankly, We Did Win This Election" Michael Bender, reporter for the Wall Street Journal chronicles the last year of Trump's presidency and highlights some of the significant moments that convinced the country to make a different choice for who they want as President. With carefully sourced interviews and conversations with Trump himself, Michael provides the reader of his book with an inside look at the chaos, confusion, and even compassion, that existed in the White House during Trump's tenure. This is a phenomenal read, that we highly recommend you buy. Trust me on this!Guest Bio:MICHAEL C. BENDER is the senior White House reporter for the Wall Street Journal whose coverage of President Trump has been recognized for its deep sourcing, balance, and valuable behind-the-scenes portraits of Trump's administration and presidential campaigns. Bender was awarded the Gerald R. Ford Foundation Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency in 2019 for work that “set a consistently high standard of reporting” and “provided a valuable chronicle of the president, his team, and the movement that has reshaped American politics and national policy.” In 2020, he received the National Press Club award for political analysis for a series of stories that detailed the sights, sounds, and inner workings of Trump campaign rallies. Since 2000, Bender has covered local, state, and national politics for the Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction, Colorado, Dayton Daily News, Palm Beach Post, Tampa Bay Times, and Bloomberg News. He joined the Journal in 2016 and published more than eleven hundred stories about Trump in the next five years. He has also served as an on-air political analyst for CNN. Born and raised in Cleveland with his six younger sisters, Bender graduated from the Ohio State University in 2000 with a degree in history and now lives in Washington with his wife, Washington Post White House bureau chief Ashley Parker, and their two daughters.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/faithpolitics)

Locked On Reds - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Reds
Cincinnati Reds Minor League Update: Dayton Dragons

Locked On Reds - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Reds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 34:39


Graham Ashcraft, Michael Siani, and Mauriel Bautista are just the tip of the iceberg up in Dayton as the Dragons have had a pretty good season, so far. Jeff is joined by Dayton Daily News' Jeff Gilbert to talk about all things Dragons, including their move to High-A, their strong performances, so far, and a guy with the nickname "Ur-Barrels." Jeff also sets the second half up for Jesse Winker and Nick Castellanos as they are now done with the All Star Game, and answers a comment from a Reds detractor. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also follow @jefffcarr on Twitter and @carrjefff on Instagram Call or text (513) 549-0159 Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Fully Loaded Chew Fully Loaded Chew is offering LOCKED ON “TEAM” listeners a special offer – Right now you can try a can for just $1. Go to www.fullyloadedchew.com and use promo code: “LockedOn” Freshly Right now, Freshly is offering our listeners $40 off your first two orders when you go to Freshly.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Futility Closet
350-Symmes' Hole

Futility Closet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 32:19


In 1818, Army veteran John Cleves Symmes Jr. declared that the earth was hollow and proposed to lead an expedition to its interior. He promoted the theory in lectures and even won support on Capitol Hill. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe Symmes' strange project and its surprising consequences. We'll also revisit age fraud in sports and puzzle over a curious customer. Intro: Grazing cattle align their bodies with magnetic north. The Conrad Cantzen Shoe Fund buys footwear for actors. Sources for our feature on John Cleves Symmes Jr.: David Standish, Hollow Earth: The Long and Curious History of Imagining Strange Lands, Fantastical Creatures, Advanced Civilizations, and Marvelous Machines Below the Earth's Surface, 2007. Peter Fitting, ed., Subterranean Worlds: A Critical Anthology, 2004. Martin Gardner, Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science, 1986. Paul Collins, Banvard's Folly: Thirteen Tales of Renowned Obscurity, Famous Anonymity, and Rotten Luck, 2015. Americus Symmes, The Symmes Theory of Concentric Spheres: Demonstrating That the Earth Is Hollow, Habitable Within, and Widely Open About the Poles, 1878. James McBride and John Cleves Symmes, Symmes's Theory of Concentric Spheres: Demonstrating That the Earth Is Hollow, Habitable Within, and Widely Open About the Poles, 1826. Adam Seaborn, Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery, 1820. Donald Prothero, "The Hollow Earth," Skeptic 25:3 (2020), 18-23, 64. Elizabeth Hope Chang, "Hollow Earth Fiction and Environmental Form in the Late Nineteenth Century," Nineteenth-Century Contexts 38:5 (2016), 387-397. Marissa Fessenden, "John Quincy Adams Once Approved an Expedition to the Center of the Earth," smithsonianmag.com, May 7, 2015. Daniel Loxton, "Journey Inside the Fantastical Hollow Earth: Part One," Skeptic 20:1 (2015), 65-73. "Journey Inside the Fantastical Hollow Earth: Part Two," Skeptic 20:2 (2015), 65-73. Matt Simon, "Fantastically Wrong: The Real-Life Journey to the Center of the Earth That Almost Was," Wired, Oct. 29, 2014. Kirsten Møllegaard and Robin K. Belcher, "Death, Madness, and the Hero's Journey: Edgar Allan Poe's Antarctic Adventures," International Journal of Arts & Sciences 6:1 (2013) 413-427. Michael E. Bakich, "10 Crazy Ideas From Astronomy's Past," Astronomy 38:8 (August 2010), 32-35. Darryl Jones, "Ultima Thule: Arthur Gordon Pym, the Polar Imaginary, and the Hollow Earth," Edgar Allan Poe Review 11:1 (Spring 2010), 51-69. Johan Wijkmark, "Poe's Pym and the Discourse of Antarctic Exploration," Edgar Allan Poe Review 10:3 (Winter 2009), 84-116. Donald Simanek, "The Shape of the Earth -- Flat or Hollow?" Skeptic 13:4 (2008), 68-71, 80. Duane A. Griffin, "Hollow and Habitable Within: Symmes's Theory of Earth's Internal Structure and Polar Geography," Physical Geography 25:5 (2004), 382-397. Tim Harris, "Where All the Geese and Salmon Go," The Age, July 22, 2002. Victoria Nelson, "Symmes Hole, or the South Polar Romance," Raritan 17:2 (Fall 1997), 136-166. Hans-Joachim Lang and Benjamin Lease, "The Authorship of Symzonia: The Case for Nathaniel Ames," New England Quarterly 48:2 (June 1975), 241-252. Conway Zirkle, "The Theory of Concentric Spheres: Edmund Halley, Cotton Mather, & John Cleves Symmes," Isis 37:3/4 (July 1947), 155-159. William Marion Miller, "The Theory of Concentric Spheres," Isis 33:4 (December 1941), 507-514. "John Cleves Symmes, the Theorist: Second Paper," Southern Bivouac 2:10 (March 1887), 621-631. Will Storr, "Journey to the Centre of the Earth," Sunday Telegraph, July 13, 2014. Richard Foot, "Believers Look for Fog-Shrouded Gate to Inner Earth," Vancouver Sun, May 30, 2007. Umberto Eco, "Outlandish Theories: Kings of the (Hollow) World," New York Times, July 21, 2006. Mark Pilkington, "Far Out: Going Underground," Guardian, June 16, 2005. Leigh Allan, "Theory Had Holes In It, Layers, Too," Dayton Daily News, Dec. 11, 2001. Tom Tiede, "John Symmes: Earth Is Hollow," [Bowling Green, Ky.] Park City Daily News, July 9, 1978. Louis B. Wright, "Eccentrics, Originals, and Still Others Ahead of Their Times," New York Times, July 21, 1957. "Sailing Through the Earth!" Shepparton [Victoria] Advertiser, March 24, 1936. "People Inside the Earth Excited America in 1822," The Science News-Letter 27:728 (March 23, 1935), 180-181. "Monument to a Dead Theory," Port Gibson [Miss.] Reveille, Jan. 20, 1910. "Story of John Symmes: His Plan to Lead an Expedition to the Interior of the Earth," New York Times, Sept. 18, 1909. "The Delusion of Symmes," New York Times, Sept. 10, 1909. "Symmes' Hole," Horsham [Victoria] Times, May 18, 1897. "An Arctic Theory Gone Mad," New York Times, May 12, 1884. "Symmes's Theory: His Son Expounds It -- The Earth Hollow and Inhabited," New York Times, Dec. 2, 1883. "Planetary Holes," New York Times, June 14, 1878. "Symmes and Howgate: What the Believer in the Polar Opening Thinks of the Latter's Plan of Reaching the Open Polar Sea," New York Times, Feb. 24, 1877. "In the Bowels of the Earth," Ballarat Courier, March 14, 1876. "Symmes' Hole," New York Times, Dec. 24, 1875. Lester Ian Chaplow, "Tales of a Hollow Earth: Tracing the Legacy of John Cleves Symmes in Antarctic Exploration and Fiction," thesis, University of Canterbury, 2011. Listener mail: "Danny Almonte," Wikipedia (accessed June 27, 2021). Tom Kludt, "Age-Old Problem: How Easy Is It for Athletes to Fake Their Birthdates?" Guardian, March 16, 2021. "Age Fraud in Association Football," Wikipedia (accessed July 3, 2021). Muthoni Muchiri, "Age Fraud in Football: How Can It Be Tackled?" BBC News, April 26, 2019. Dina Fine Maron, "Dear FIFA: There Is No Scientific Test to Prevent Age Fraud," Scientific American, Aug. 11, 2016. This week's lateral thinking puzzle is taken from Agnes Rogers' 1953 book How Come? A Book of Riddles, sent to us by listener Jon Jerome. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show
Inside Ohio State Pro Day: Justin Fields' Impressive Performance

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 21:43


Ohio State held its 2021 Pro Day on Tuesday, allowing players like Justin Fields, Pete Werner, Wyatt Davis, Josh Myers, and Tommy Togiai to try to move up on the draft boards of NFL teams.What actually happens on Pro Day? Which Buckeyes may have done the most to improve their draft stock? Marcus Hartman of the Dayton Daily News joins host Tom Orr to answer those questions and more. How much of what you read and hear this time of year from people who cover the draft is legitimate and how much is an obvious smokescreen?

The Be More Today Show
EP 52: “Athlete Turned PT” feat. Super Bowl Champ/Doctor of PT David Bruton, Jr

The Be More Today Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 63:27


David Lee Bruton Jr. is a former American football strong safety and special teamer. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Notre Dame. He was also a member of the Washington Redskins. Bruton attended Miamisburg High School in Miamisburg, Ohio. As a senior, he recorded 54 tackles, three interceptions and broke up seven passes on defense, while catching 10 passes for 200 yards on offense. He earned All-Division I-II all-area honors from Dayton Daily News and won all-district honors on defense. Bruton played four seasons for Notre Dame, playing as a starter in his junior and senior seasons. Bruton finished his career with 214 total tackles and seven interceptions. His best season came as a senior, when he finished second on the team with 97 total tackles and had a team-high four interceptions. In Bruton's final college game, he had an interception in the Hawaii Bowl, helping Notre Dame win its first bowl game since the 1993 season. Bruton graduated from Notre Dame in 2009 with a bachelor's degree, majoring in political science and sociology. Bruton was selected in the fourth round (114th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Before the 2009 season, Bruton signed a four-year contract with Denver. Bruton made his first career start on December 20, 2009 against the Oakland Raiders where he recorded 4 tackles. Bruton finished his rookie 2009 season with 14 total tackles. During the lockout he has taken a job as a substitute teacher in Miamisburg Ohio. Bruton provided the Broncos with depth at the safety position, yet he was mostly used on special teams and was considered one of the best special teamers in the league. Bruton had been the Broncos' special teams captain for the 2013–2015 seasons. On February 7, 2016, Bruton was part of the Broncos team that won Super Bowl 50. In the game, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers by a score of 24–10. During the 2011 NFL offseason, Bruton served as an elementary and high school substitute teacher in his former school district in Miamisburg, Ohio. He obtained a one-year license to substitute teach from the Ohio Department of Education. Bruton was selected as the Broncos' 2015 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. He was recognized for his community and charity efforts including work with his charity, "Bruton's Books". For more information about this amazing organization click on https://brutonsbooks.org/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support

Now, Appalachia interview with Ohio author Jess Montgomery

"Now, Appalachia"

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 40:31


On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews Ohio author Jess Montgomery about her latest novel THE STILLS. Jess Montgomery is the “Literary Life” columnist for the Dayton Daily News and writes a new Writer's Digest magazine column, "Level Up Your Writing (Life)." Based on early chapters of the first in the Kinship Series, The Widows, Jess was awarded an Ohio Arts Council individual artist’s grant for literary arts and named the John E. Nance Writer-in-Residence at Thurber House in Columbus. She lives in her native state of Ohio. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eliot-parker/support

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Now, Appalachia Interview with Ohio author Jess Montgomery

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 40:31


On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews Ohio author Jess Montgomery about her latest novel THE STILLS. Jess Montgomery is the “Literary Life” columnist for the Dayton Daily News and writes a new Writer's Digest magazine column, "Level Up Your Writing (Life)." Based on early chapters of the first in the Kinship Series, The Widows, Jess was awarded an Ohio Arts Council individual artist’s grant for literary arts and named the John E. Nance Writer-in-Residence at Thurber House in Columbus. She lives in her native state of Ohio.

Chuck and Buck
H2 - More M's / David Jablonski on Ohio St. / Mike Iupati retires

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 39:06


Chuck and Bucky continue to discuss the Mariners situation after Kevin Mather's resignation. David Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News on the Ohio State football program and what has made them so continuously successful throughout the years and how the 2020 season played out for the team. And Mike Iupati retires from the Seahawks and NFL and what the Seahawks have ahead at left guard.

Chuck and Buck
David Jablonski on state of Ohio State football

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 12:28


David Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News on the Ohio State football program and what has made them so continuously successful throughout the years and how the 2020 season played out for the team.

Searching: A True Crime Podcast
4. The Disappearance of Tyler Davis

Searching: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021 28:00


On the evening of February 23, 2019, Tyler and Brittany Davis went out with a friend to celebrate Brittany's birthday. After arriving back at their hotel at about 3:20AM on the 24th, Tyler went for a walk. He called his wife just after 4AM and said he'd be back at their hotel in just a few minutes. He never arrived and was never seen again.Twitter: twitter.com/searchingpodInstagram: instagram.com/searchingpodcastFacebook: facebook.com/searchingpodcastID special: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=232267924850460press con: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=928975987500890&ref=watch_permalinkhttps://disappearedblog.com/tyler-davis/https://www.bringtylerdavishome.com/https://abc6onyourside.com/on-your-side/columbus-police-reviewing-new-evidence-in-tyler-davis-missing-persons-case https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLIoL4Km8uYhttps://www.nbc4i.com/news/local-news/columbus-police-to-hold-press-conference-on-missing-29-year-old-man/This also appeared in the Dayton Daily News and other papers as “Man’s disappearance remains a true mystery” https://www.columbusalive.com/news/20190711/disappearance-of-tyler-davis-and-rise-of-true-crime-complex

Snollygoster
Lame Duck Heads To Overtime

Snollygoster

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2020 22:46


In this week's episode of Snollygoster, Ohio's politics podcast from WOSU, hosts Mike Thompson and Steve Brown discuss the flurry of activity from the Ohio General Assembly’s lame duck session. Dayton Daily News statehouse reporter Laura Bischoff joins the show.

High School Insider with Mike Dyer | Cincinnati NKY Sports
November is the month of state football champions in Ohio

High School Insider with Mike Dyer | Cincinnati NKY Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2020 32:57


Mike Dyer discusses some of the high school football playoff matchups this week. Plus, a look at the start of the OHSAA girls basketball season. The month for state football champions is here. The Ohio High School Athletic Association football postseason kicks into high gear with the Division I state semifinals and Divisions II-VII regional finals this week. St. Xavier (8-2) plays Springfield (8-1) in a Division I state semifinal Friday at Piqua High School's Alexander Stadium. Dayton Daily News reporter David Jablonski discusses the Springfield football team this season in a preview of the game. You will also hear from Anderson football coach Evan Dreyer as he discusses the La Salle (7-2) at Winton Woods (9-0) Division II, Region 8 final Friday night. And you will hear some Ohio high school girls basketball discussion with Journey to the Tourney director Bryce McKey as the season starts in two weeks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Knicks Film School
Draft Close Up: Obi Toppin, Deni Avdija & Yam Madar

Knicks Film School

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2020 58:33


Double draft episode! First, Jon is joined by David Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News for an in-depth look at Obi Toppin, the player and the person, and how he'd fit in New York. Then Joshua Halickman "the Sports Rabbi" comes on to discuss the draft stock of Deni Avdija & Yam Madar and also how Amar'e Stoudemire has found a home in Israel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Teen People
Teen People - Episode 6 - Derrick Seaver

Teen People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2020 52:58


Hi, I’m Anna Soper, and this is Teen People, the podcast that shares the stories of folks who appeared in Teen People magazine as young adults. My next guest was in the November 2000 issue of Teen People, in a story featuring young voices in American politics. At the age of 18, Derrick Seaver told Teen People, “I see the job of being a citizen as the most important job in our democratic system.” He was profiled by Teen People during his historic campaign, as he ran for a seat in Ohio’s House of Representatives. In November 2000, he won his seat by less than 250 votes, and became Ohio’s youngest state legislator. This, if you’ll remember, was the year George W. Bush beat Al Gore and Ralph Nader for the presidency. At that time, in an interview with Dayton Daily News, Derrick’s father said his son’s candidacy would mobilize the youth vote. “I think there are a lot of young people who want to be heard,” he said. For his part, Derrick told CBS News, “A lot of things have become so partisan lately. Plus ça change… Derrick is the grandson of a steelworker. Today, he lives and works in the heart of Silicon Valley. He represents that shift from America’s industrial economy to an information and service economy that bears little resemblance to the US heartland of another age. Derrick spoke with me about his faith in the democratic process, and his hopes for the future. Podcast Notes: If you’re an American: https://www.usa.gov/how-to-vote. Find me on Twitter and Instagram (TeenPeoplePod) and www.annasoper.ca. Intro music: © Anna Soper Outro music: © Apple Inc., used on a royalty-free basis.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Dayton police Chief Richard Biehl on not having a ‘why,’ tears that wouldn’t stop, yoga and police community relations

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 43:22


Grief does not care if you wear a badge. In the season kickoff of the "What Had Happened Was" podcast, Amelia Robinson chatted with Richard S. Biehl, the chief of Dayton’s police department.   Among other things, they discussed the grief that brought the community together after the Oregon District mass shooting, why “why” is so important to so many, what yoga did for his deep depression, the link between the 2001 Cincinnati riots and protests in Dayton following the death of George Floyd, police reform and  the impact his former interracial relationship had on his career.  The 'What Had Happened Was' podcast is a project of Dayton.com sponsored Dayton Daily News.

Brad and Tom are Friends?
Brad and Tom Are Friends? Episode 74

Brad and Tom are Friends?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2020 58:50


Join Brad and Tom as they yak about J Crew Factory, Roxy Music, Jake Lacy (again), the best Canadian musicians, three card poker, early morning texts, Reptiles, the Spanish Flu, Brad Lite, and, most importantly, if they're any closer to being friends. Relevant links below. Email: bradandtomarefriends@gmail.com Twitter: @bradandtompod   Dayton Daily News 1918 Brad Paisley "Crushin' It" - Official Video CRAZY BLACKJACK SESSION! $400 HANDS! AWESOME RUN!! Episode 3 Tallies - Midnight [Official Video] David Lynch’s Weather Report 7/29/20

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Tear gas and calls for change: reporters on covering George Floyd protest in Dayton

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 36:01


Times they are a-changin’. “What Had Happened Was” podcast host Amelia Robinson sat down virtually with Dayton Daily News reporters Sarah Franks and Cory Frolik. As part of this episode, they dive into what happened during protests in Dayton sparked by the slaying of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. The three discuss what they heard, saw and felt on the frontline of the protests and what it might mean to police reform in Dayton. This episode contains audio recorded during Dayton protests that may not be appropriate for all audiences.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Tear gas and calls for change: reporters on covering George Floyd protest in Dayton

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 34:16


Times they are a-changin’. “What Had Happened Was” podcast host Amelia Robinson sat down virtually with Dayton Daily News reporters Sarah Franks and Cory Frolik. As part of this episode, they dive into what happened during protests in Dayton sparked by the slaying of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. The three discuss what they heard, saw and felt on the frontline of the protests and what it might mean to police reform in Dayton. This episode contains audio recorded during Dayton protests that may not be appropriate for all audiences.

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
David Jablonski Interview

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2020 50:22


David Jablonski, the Dayton Flyers Beat Writer/Photographer and Sports Writer for Wittenberg Tigers, Cincinnati Reds, and Ohio State Buckeyes for the Dayton Daily News, is our special guest. We're talking local sports, Dayton's special season, David's career, and more on Episode 159!

Gem City Podcast
#882 Ron Rollins: A Journalist Retires and Reflects

Gem City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 82:42


This one is an overdue episode if there was ever one! We had so much fun catching up with Ron Rollins, longtime journalist and senior editor at the Dayton Daily News. He retired after nearly 34 years this month, so it provided the perfect opportunity to catch up with the guy that’s always been on […]

In the Circle
Rhiannon Potkey Talks Diversity in Softball, Wright State Drops Softball

In the Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 109:46


In this edition of In The Circle, Eric Lopez talks with D1Softball.com's Rhiannon Potkey about the lack of African Americans and minorities involved in the sport of softball and her interviews with Natasha Watley, Kelsey Stewart and Jazmyn Jackson. What can be done to have them participate more in the game? In the episode, we break down Wright State's decision to cut softball with David Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News. What led to the decision to cut softball and if there is a deeper issue at Wright State beyond softball? Finally, Victor Anderson talks with Nebraska's radio voice Nate Rohr about his involvement with Nebraska softball over multiple decades.

In The Circle
Rhiannon Potkey Talks Diversity in Softball, Wright State Drops Softball

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 109:46


In this edition of In The Circle, Eric Lopez talks with D1Softball.com's Rhiannon Potkey about the lack of African Americans and minorities involved in the sport of softball and her interviews with Natasha Watley, Kelsey Stewart and Jazmyn Jackson. What can be done to have them participate more in the game? In the episode, we break down Wright State's decision to cut softball with David Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News. What led to the decision to cut softball and if there is a deeper issue at Wright State beyond softball? Finally, Victor Anderson talks with Nebraska's radio voice Nate Rohr about his involvement with Nebraska softball over multiple decades.

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
Chick Ludwig Interview

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 76:36


On Episode 148, Chick Ludwig, sports talk host for iHeartRadio Cincinnati and former Bengals beat writer for the Dayton Daily News, joins the podcast to talk Bengals, Cincinnati, the Coronavirus, and more!

Gem City Podcast
#867 Andy Nick from Real Art

Gem City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 40:35


Our host Libby Ballengee had her first front page story in the Dayton Daily News. Quite the thrill for her! The funny thing was, it was all about mousetraps and ping pong balls. Not the usual ingredients for a front page story, but nonetheless, the piece received lots of comments and praise. Her accolades were […]

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
The long way back. Laura A. Bischoff explains how Ohio will reopen from coronavirus and how it will not

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 18:35


Laura Bischoff, the Dayton Daily News’ award-winning Statehouse reporter, has been to nearly every press conference given by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted concerning the coronavirus pandemic. In this special episode of the What Had Happened Was podcast, she explains how the governor plans to reopen the state and how he doesn’t, coronavirus testing, why more Ohioans are at high risk than you may think and why she was booed in the press room.

Crimes & Closets
The Rhoden Family Massacre

Crimes & Closets

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 51:27


When a family of 8 are found shot dead in the homes, a small town is terrified, wondering what family will be next. Join us in the closet to find out who is responsible for Ohio's largest homicide investigation ever.  Sources: WCPO Cincinnati, Dayton Daily News, USA Today, Oxygen Network 2 Hour Special "Piketon Family Murders" April 2019. Photo Credit: Fox News --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crimesandclosets/message

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
The ‘pest house,’ Grim Reaper and how the ‘Spanish Lady’ brought the Gem City to its knees

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2020 21:14


You may not recognize the name, but a ‘Spanish Lady” killed more than 50 million people in 1918 and 1919. An estimated 500 to 675 of those people lived in or near the Gem City. Dayton Daily News and Dayton.com photographer and reporter Lisa Powell with the help of colleague Laura Bishoff and local historians uncovered a little known story of how the Spanish Flu shut down Dayton. In this special episode, Lisa and “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson dish about the Grim Reaper, pestilent houses, the Vicks Vapor Rub shortage, the media blackout and why one solider probably had his fill of cold, soft boiled eggs. Spanish flu has been compared to the coronavirus pandemic. More on Dayton during the Spanish Flu: *** Coronavirus: Social distancing a lesson learned from Spanish flu pandemic https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/coronavirus-social-distancing-lesson-learned-from-spanish-flu-pandemic/L5NM4pYQnrBCdECy9soNZL/ *** Photos: Newspaper articles offer glimpse at Dayton history during the 1918 Spanish flu https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/images-newspaper-articles-offer-glimpse-dayton-history-during-the-1918-spanish-flu/fJMbJhUZGBgzcN0JGGsF2O/ *** Archdeacon: When sports is no longer a diversion https://www.daytondailynews.com/sports/archdeacon-when-sports-longer-diversion/WFkFVmko8wIrDCCeF9wxwM/

Screen The Screener Basketball Podcast
Season Recap Series: Dayton Flyers - David Jablonski (Dayton Daily News)

Screen The Screener Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2020 27:17


The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap SeriesHost: Gus Kearns (@ckearns12)Guest: David Jablonski (@DavidPJablonski) of Dayton Daily NewsGUEST DISCUSSIONDavid Jablonski (@DavidPJablonski) of the Dayton Daily News joins Gus on the Screen The Screener podcast to chat @DaytonMBB on the Season Recap Series. David and Gus discuss Obi's perfect storm season, Jalen Crutcher's shot-making, Coach Anthony Grant's calm architecture and winning a title. #JoinTheFightFollow us @STheSPodcast on Twitter.  Rate and subscribe to Spreaker, iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio!Subscribe to our YouTube channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0r14k3YJBdOaT9Lz6RJTEwEmail the show StheSPodcast@gmail.com

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
"This is not a drill." Reporter Laura Bischoff explains dramatic steps Gov. Mike DeWine's just took against coronavirus in Ohio

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2020 15:59


In this special episode, "Dayton Daily News" statehouse reporter Laura Bischoff explains the unprecedented steps Ohio Governor Mike DeWine just took due to the nation's coronavirus emergency. She and "What Had Happened Was" host Amelia Robinson discuss the closing of bars and restaurants, reasons behind the governor's actions and when students can expect to be back in school. Watch for additional updates on this crisis.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Jana Collier on the big breakup, pop-star dreams and the future of the Dayton Daily News

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2020 21:34


As the lyrics go, “breaking up is hard to do.” That’s as true with newsrooms as it is with relationships. Thankfully, not all breakups leave you sobbing in the corner with a Teddy bear. “What Had Happened Was” podcast host Amelia Robinson sat down with Jana Collier, the freshly minted publisher of a newspaper and website group that includes Dayton.com, Dayton Daily News, the Springfield News Sun and the Journal News. They talk about the shocking twists and turns that preceded the newspaper’s split from WHIO Radio, WHIO-TV and the rest of Cox Media Group. In this episode, the pair talk about the future of the Dayton Daily News now that it is back in the hands of the Cox family, journalism, Jana’s not-so-secret secret obsession and pop-star dreams, why Daytonians really ought to love Dayton and telling the community’s stories through a year that saw the Klan, a mass shooting and 15 tornadoes come to the region. The What Had Happened Was podcast is a product of Dayton.com recorded and edited in the DATV studios.

"Now, Appalachia" Interview with mystery author Jess Montgomery

"Now, Appalachia"

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2020 32:28


On the latest episode of "Now, Appalachia," Eliot talks to mystery author Jess Montgomery about her latest novel "The Hallows," a sequel to her first novel "The Widows." Jess is is the Literary Life columnist for the Dayton Daily News and former Executive Director of the renowned Antioch Writers’ Workshop in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Based on early chapters of The Hollows, Jess was awarded an Ohio Arts Council individual artist’s grant for literary arts and the John E. Nance Writer-in-Residence at Thurber House in Columbus. She lives in her native state of Ohio. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eliot-parker/support

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Now, Appalachia Interview with Mystery Author Jess Montgomery

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2020 32:28


On the latest episode of "Now, Appalachia," Eliot talks to mystery author Jess Montgomery about her latest novel "The Hallows," a sequel to her first novel "The Widows." Jess is is the Literary Life columnist for the Dayton Daily News and former Executive Director of the renowned Antioch Writers’ Workshop in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Based on early chapters of The Hollows, Jess was awarded an Ohio Arts Council individual artist’s grant for literary arts and the John E. Nance Writer-in-Residence at Thurber House in Columbus. She lives in her native state of Ohio.

Kinner & Schlemmer
Where do the Reds rank in the NL Central?

Kinner & Schlemmer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2020 20:16


Hall of Famer & Reds beat writer for the Dayton Daily News, Hal McCoy explains the voting process for the baseball HOF and suggests ways to improve it. He also talks about where the Reds rank in the NL Central and areas they still need to address heading into the 2020 season. You’ll also be interested to hear his opinion on Bonds's & Clemens's chance of making the HOF.

The Cincy Shirts Podcast
098-Ohio Kings Pro Basketball

The Cincy Shirts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2019 65:00


Cincy Pro Basketball --- You may know Kevin Aldridge for his journalistic exploits here in Southwest Ohio, including his work for the Dayton Daily News as well as his current gig at the Cincinnati Enquirer. However, Kevin is also part of the Ohio Kings' ownership group. The Kings play in the American Basketball Association (ABA), a double A circuit akin to the ECHL in hockey in which the Cyclones play.  Kevin tells us how about he and his partners decided to start a pro basketball team, what the new ABA is about and its unique structure and rules, why they chose the nickname, and much more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Support the show my donating via PayPal or Venmo: podcast@cincyshirts.com Find great Cincinnati vintage T-shirts, including defunct teams, stores, Gary Burnank Show -  and other great places you remember, as well as apparel for Fiona the Hippo, FC Cincinnati, and baseball. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincyShirts Snapchat: @CincyShirts The Cincy Shirts Podcast theme is “Cincinnati” by Big Nothing who are actually from Philadelphia. 

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Struggle, survival and strength Part 1: Dayton shares stories from year of terror

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 56:58


Dayton was hit square in the jaw over and over again in 2019, but no matter how hard the blow, the Gem City stood up together. Community members share stories of struggle, survival and strength in this special episode of the “What Had Happened Was" podcast. Dayton-area residents were invited to the Dayton Metro Library a few weeks ago to tell stories related to the terrifying Memorial Day tornadoes, Oregon District mass shooting and community unifying events that include a KKK rally. They told podcast host Amelia Robinson and Dayton Daily News reporter Cornelius Frolik tales of courage, generosity and personal pain. Participants range from a video game obsessed pre-teen who lost everything in the tornadoes to a football coach who rushed to pick his son up from the Oregon District after nine people were murdered. This episode is part of the Dayton Strong Storytelling Sessions. Additional stories will be shared as part of a WHIO-TV special. Link to story about Latesa Williamson's youth poetry program: http://bit.ly/33kqotW

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Struggle, survival and strength Part 2: Dayton shares stories from year of terror

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 67:15


This is second episode of a two part series about Dayton's strength. The Gem City was hit square in the jaw over and over again in 2019, but no matter how hard the blow, the Gem City stood up together. Community members share stories of struggle, survival and strength in this special episode of the “What Had Happened Was" podcast. Dayton-area residents were invited to the Dayton Metro Library a few weeks ago to tell stories related to the terrifying Memorial Day tornadoes, Oregon District mass shooting and community unifying events that include a KKK rally. They told podcast host Amelia Robinson and Dayton Daily News reporter Cornelius Frolik tales of courage, generosity and personal pain. Participants range from a video game obsessed pre-teen who lost everything in the tornadoes to a football coach who rushed to pick his son up from the Oregon District after nine people were murdered. This episode is part of the Dayton Strong Storytelling Sessions. Additional stories will be shared as part of a WHIO-TV special.

Screen The Screener Basketball Podcast
David Jablonski (@DavidPJablonski) - Dayton Daily News

Screen The Screener Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2019 28:21


Gus discusses Dayton Flyer Hoops with David Jablonski @DavidPJablonski from the Dayton Daily News. The guys chat the St. Mary's/Dayton showdown, Dayton's duel lead guard situation, celebrate Dayton Arena on 50 years of college hoops, the First Four vibe, the A10 and...Obi. Please enjoy the listen and please rate and review the podcast on your podcast consumption vehicle of choice-cheers.Please enjoy and give the podcast a follow @StheSPodcast on twitter-please enjoy!Follow us @STheSPodcast on Twitter.  Rate and subscribe to Spreaker, iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio!Subscribe to our YouTube channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0r14k3YJBdOaT9Lz6RJTEwEmail the show StheSPodcast@gmail.com

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
The Dayton garage killings

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2019 28:56


Trespassing and damaging property are crimes, but the punishment is rarely death. “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson and Dayton Daily News reporter Cornelius Frolik dive deep into one of the most controversial Dayton cases of 2019. Property owner Victor Santana was just indicted on murder charges for allegedly fatally shooting Javier Harrison and Devin Henderson in their backs on Aug. 28. Prosecutors say the 17 year olds and a friend were smoking marijuana in Santana’s detached garage before shots rang out. The case is expected to be the first local test of Ohio new self-defense law. During this episode, Cory, a Pittsburgh native, also explains why he loves the Gem City and covering city hall. He and Amelia discuss the rigors of sharing stories about the tornadoes, Oregon District shooting and the community’s grit. The What Had Happened Was podcast is sponsored by Premier health and recorded in the WHIO Radio studios.

Capable
Pike County Massacre

Capable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2019 46:54


On the morning of April 22nd, 2016, police officers in Piketon, Ohio discovered that eight members of a single family had been shot execution-style and killed overnight, while they slept in their beds. The killings occurred in four different homes all within miles of one another. Their deaths triggered what became Ohio’s largest homicide investigation in the state’s history.  Click: Rhoden & Wagner relationship tree Resources used for this case: the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Columbus Dispatch, Fox Channel 9, New York Times, Dayton Daily News

Gem City Podcast
#787 Don Thrasher – Local Music Day

Gem City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2019 52:49


Don Thrasher is one of the local heroes when it comes to covering local music. @theizzyrock chats with Don about the upcoming Local Music Day. Don Thrasher has been playing music since 1982 and writing about it professionally since 1993. He has been a contributing writer for the Dayton Daily News since 2003 and has […]

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
His only child was killed during the Dayton mass shooting. Now Mike Turner wants everyone to hug.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 32:08


Few people would blame Mike Turner if his heart were full of rage. His only child - his best friend in the entire world - was gunned down during the Dayton mass shooting. In the days since, Mike has been angry, but he refuses to let hate rule the day. Instead Mike is spreading a message of love and conversation. Through #Loganhugs, the retired car salesman with a big heart hopes to remind people that tomorrow is not promised and love and a simple hug are very powerful things. Mike explains why he leaves messages on napkins in restaurants and why he hugged hundreds of people at the recent Gem City Shine concert hosted by comedian Dave Chappelle. Mike and What Had Happened Was host Amelia Robinson talk about Logan and the legacy he has left behind. Cox Media Group Ohio, including WHIO, Dayton Daily News and Dayton.com, has partnered with the Dayton Foundation in the Dayton Oregon District Tragedy Fund. The fund allows individuals to make charitable contributions to help the families directly affected by this terrible tragedy. For more information about the Dayton Foundation, go to DaytonFoundation.org. To make a $10 donation, text “Dayton” to 20222. Information about the Dayton Foundation’s Tornado Relief Fund can also be found on daytonfoundation.org) and The Foodbank (thefoodbankdayton.org).

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
'One hell of a summer,' Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley on Dave Chappelle, the mass shooting and the tornadoes

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2019 28:11


Somehow saying 2019 has been a hell of a year in Dayton is an understatement. There was a water crisis, an FBI investigation and then a Klan rally followed days later by 15 tornadoes. As the city climbed back to its feet, it was punched in the gut by extreme trauma when a 24-year-old opened fire in the Oregon District, killing nine and causing more than 30 others to be injured. The city’s strength has been tested, but as Dayton Mayor Nan tells What Had Happened Was host Amelia Robinson, the Gem City is far from broken. They talk about the tragedies, the community’s spirit, Dave Chappelle, gun control, national news, why a Hoosier became a Buckeye and what Nan has in store next. The episode was recorded the day after Chappelle hosted the Gem City Shine block party in the Oregon District and brought in Chance the Rapper, Kanye West, Jon Stewart and other celebrities. Cox Media Group Ohio, including WHIO, Dayton Daily News and Dayton.com, has partnered with the Dayton Foundation in the Dayton Oregon District Tragedy Fund. The fund allows individuals to make charitable contributions to help the families directly affected by this terrible tragedy. For more information about the Dayton Foundation, go to DaytonFoundation.org. To make a $10 donation, text “Dayton” to 20222. Information about the Dayton Foundation’s Tornado Relief Fund can also be found on daytonfoundation.org) and The Foodbank (thefoodbankdayton.org).

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
The Story behind “American Factory” with oscar-nominated filmmakers Steve Bognar and Julia Reichert

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2019 44:22


Culture in the Gem City is changing and Steve Bognar and Julia Reichert are documenting it on film. The region’s most acclaimed filmmakers will host the theatrical premiere of their latest work “American Factory” at the Victoria Theatre. Before that, they sat down for a chat with “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson. Julia and Steve, both groundbreaking artists in their own right, discuss American Factory, the Obamas, being wined and dined by Netflix, what brought them together as filmmakers and life partners and their very different upbringings. The public is invited to a free screening of Steve Bognar and Julia Reichert’s “American Factory” at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19 at the Victoria Theatre, 138 N. Main St. in downtown Dayton. Visit www.gofobo.com/AmericanFactoryGA for tickets. Indiewire.com called “American Factory” “an eye-popping look at the differences between American and Chinese workers” and a top contender for a 2020 Oscar. The award-winning film follows the creation of the Chinese-owned automotive glass-factory in the same building that had once housed a General Motors assembly operation in Moraine. Steve and Julia, a Yellow Springs couple together more than 30 years, received an Academy Award nomination in the “Best Documentary (short subject)” category for their 2009 HBO film “The Last Truck” about the closing of that very same GM plant in Moraine. Cox Media Group Ohio, including WHIO, Dayton Daily News and Dayton.com, has partnered with the Dayton Foundation in the Dayton Oregon District Tragedy Fund. The fund allows individuals to make charitable contributions to help the families directly affected by this terrible tragedy. For more information about the Dayton Foundation, go to DaytonFoundation.org.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Dayton mass shooting, reporters and witnesses on what they saw and what's next

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 32:49


The loud pops and bangs that filled the air in Dayton’s Oregon District early Sunday, Aug. 4 were sadly not made by fireworks. It was the sound of Dayton joining the sisterhood of cities rocked by mass shootings. A 24-year-old man with a semi-automatic pistol that police say was modified to act like a rifle, murdered nine people enjoying what was a beautiful night out on the town. What Had Happened Was host Amelia Robinson and her husband Anthony Shoemaker heard the gun blast from their home and were among the first journalists on the shocking scene. WHIO TV reporters Molly Koweek and Monica Castro rushed to the entertainment district known for its independent restaurants, bars and shops. They were able to get some of the first reports and have continue to cover the horrific crime. Amelia talks to Molly and Monica, who despite being just a few years into their news careers, have covered mass shootings in the past. NOTE: This episode includes first person accounts. Cox Media Group Ohio, including WHIO, Dayton Daily News and Dayton.com, has partnered with the Dayton Foundation in the Dayton Oregon District Tragedy Fund. The fund allows individuals to make charitable contributions to help the families directly affected by this terrible tragedy. For more information about the Dayton Foundation, go to DaytonFoundation.org.

Futility Closet
248-Smoky the War Dog

Futility Closet

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2019 33:46


In 1944, an American soldier discovered a Yorkshire terrier in an abandoned foxhole in New Guinea. Adopted by an Army photographer, she embarked on a series of colorful adventures that won the hearts of the humans around her. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of Smoky the dog, one of the most endearing characters of World War II. We'll also contemplate chicken spectacles and puzzle over a gratified diner. Intro: In 1955 a Wisconsin supermarket manager fulfilled the requirements for a promotional trip to Mars. In 1898, Jules Verne sent a congratulatory telegram to honor the first submarine to operate successfully in the open sea. Sources for our feature on Smoky the dog: Damien Lewis, Smoky the Brave, 2018. Kari Williams, "Champion Mascot, Fearless War Dog," VFW Magazine 105:10 (August 2018), 42-43. "The Tale of Bill Wynne and 'Smoky the War Dog,'" Veteran's News Journal, Aug. 6, 2018, A3. Rebecca Frankel, "Dogs at War: Smoky, a Healing Presence for Wounded WWII Soldiers," National Geographic, May 22, 2014. Brian Albrecht, "Smoky of World War II Recognized by U.S. War Dogs Association," Cleveland Plain Dealer, Oct. 13, 2017. Linda Slusser, "The Story of Smoky, The First Therapy Dog," American Kennel Club, Aug. 11, 2016. Marie Wilson, "A 'Yorkie Doodle Dandy' Dog," [Arlington Heights, Ill.] Daily Herald, Aug. 3, 2014, 1. Damien Lewis, "The Tiniest Hero," [Adelaide, South Australia] Advertiser, June 9, 2018, 18. Ron Simon, "A Veteran's Story: WWII Recon Photographer's Canine Sidekick Is Claim to Fame," [Mansfield, Ohio] News Journal, Jan. 14, 2008, A3. Ron Simon, "Local Man's Dog Prompts War Memorial," [Mansfield, Ohio] News Journal, Nov. 11, 2005, A1. Karl Terry, "Author of Dog Tales Visits ENMU," McClatchy-Tribune Business News, May 9, 2007, 1. Harry Levins, "Museum Notes: Every Dog Has His Day, Even the Soldierly Breeds," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 29, 1996, 4. Ron Simon, "Veteran's Dog Was a Loved Mascot for Unit During WWII," [Mansfield, Ohio] News Journal, Aug. 8, 2004, B1. Ron Simon, "Stuff: Special Wartime Hero Gets an Award," [Mansfield, Ohio] News Journal, July 25, 2012. Lara Lauth, "Braveheart War Dog Wins Honour at Last," [Brisbane, Queensland] Sunday Mail, July 22, 2012, 10. Tanya Bielski-Braham, "Courageous, Yet Unconventional, War Dog Awaits Her Memorial," AKC Gazette 122:5 (May 2005), 14. Lissa Kaplan, "Smoky Is Remembered in a Book Celebrating Canine Participation on the Battlefield," Dayton Daily News, July 27, 1996, 8D. Ron Simon, "Stuff: Smoky Awarded for Heroic Actions," [Mansfield, Ohio] News Journal, May 22, 2011. "An Honour Roll of Australia's Most Decorated Canine War Heroes," [Brisbane, Queensland] Courier-Mail, June 2, 2018, 15. "Smoky the Terrier: A Tiny War Hero Immortalized," Morning Edition, National Public Radio, Aug. 3, 2011. Janelle Miles, "Smoky's Heroics Honoured," [Brisbane, Queensland] Courier-Mail, Dec. 12, 2012, 11. Robert Reno, "The Dog Days of Washington," Austin American Statesman, May 16, 1998, A13. Cleo Fraser, "QLD: War Hero Pup Honoured," AAP General News Wire, Nov. 17, 2015. Scott Eyman, "Therapy Dog Is Unlikely Teacher," [West Palm Beach, Fla.] Post, July 28, 2013, F5. "A Dog Is Not Just a Pet, But a 'Kind of Counsellor With Fur,'" [Dublin] Sunday Independent, Dec. 9, 2018, 30. Tina White, "Remembering Furry Heroes," [Palmerston North, New Zealand] Manawatu Standard, Feb. 24, 2018, WM17. "Remembering the Animals of War," [Invercargill, New Zealand] Southland Times, Feb. 24, 2018, A16. "Animals to the Fore at Museum's New War Exhibit," Asbury Park Press, July 26, 2010. Listener mail: Adam Alter, Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave, 2012. "Game Theory: Red vs Blue, The SECRET Color Strategy," The Game Theorists, June 25, 2015. Russell A. Hill and Robert A. Barton, "Psychology: Red Enhances Human Performance in Contests," Nature 435:7040 (May 19, 2005), 293. Andrei Ilie et al., "Better to Be Red Than Blue in Virtual Competition," CyberPsychology & Behavior 11:3 (June 7, 2008), 375-377. "Effect of Colors: Blue Boosts Creativity, While Red Enhances Attention to Detail," Science Daily, Feb. 6, 2009. "Stop On Red! The Effects of Color May Lie Deep in Evolution ...," Association for Psychological Science, June 7, 2011. "League of Legends: Are There Any Advantages to Starting on the Red or Blue Side?," Quora (accessed May 3, 2019). Jack Kee, "Why Does Blue Side Win More Games in League of Legends?" 5v5 Esports, March 1, 2018. "Blue Side Advantage," League of Legends (accessed May 3, 2019). "Interesting Statistic Regarding Sides in League of Legends," DBLTAP, June 20, 2017. Sara A. Khan et al. "Red Signals Dominance in Male Rhesus Macaques," Psychological Science 22:8 (August 2011), 1001-1003. Wikipedia, "Cayo Santiago" (accessed May 3, 2019). Darrel G. Clarke and Randall E. Wise, "Optical Distortion, Inc. (A)," Harvard Business School Case 575-072, January 1975. Wikipedia, "Chicken Eyeglasses" (accessed April 27, 2019). Esther Inglis-Arkell, "Thousands of Chickens Once Wore Glasses to Stop Them Killing Each Other," io9, April 27, 2015. B. Huber-Eicher, A. Suter, and P. Spring-Stähli, "Effects of Colored Light-Emitting Diode Illumination on Behavior and Performance of Laying Hens," Poultry Science 92:4 (April 2013), 869–873. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps.2012-02679 This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Anne Joroch, who sent this link (warning -- this spoils the puzzle). You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

3 Bid League
Brooklyn Preview and David Jablonski

3 Bid League

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 61:40


The regular season is over, and the bracket is set. In this episode, we talk about the upcoming A10 tournament, with our predictions on contenders and potential upsets. We also talk about great lineups comprised of players from all across the conference. We then interview Dayton Daily News writer David Jablonski (36:04) to talk about Dayton basketball, and some of the most exciting players on this year's team. Follow us on Twitter! @3BidLeaguePod Email: 3bidleague@gmail.com Follow David Jablonski on Twitter: @DavidPJablonski Music (From YouTube Audio Library): Sleeplessness - The Brothers Records

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
BATHTUB KILLER: a dead bride, a bathtub and justice that may not be blind

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 49:36


“What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson sits down with former Dayton Daily News and Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Janice Hisle, the author of the new book “Submerged, Ryan Widmer, his drowned bride and the justice system.” Janice covered nearly every aspect of Ryan Widmer’s three trials on charges he drowned his young wife Sarah in the bathtub of their Warren County home. She tells Amelia how pig brains, a supposed confession and porn played a role in this tragic, real life murder mystery.

High School Insider with Mike Dyer | Cincinnati NKY Sports
How the all-district hoops teams are selected; looking ahead to the Ohio high school baseball season

High School Insider with Mike Dyer | Cincinnati NKY Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2019 37:05


The baseball season is right around the corner. Mason baseball coach Curt Bly discusses the upcoming Ohio high school season, which starts March 23. Bly discusses the Comets, who reached the state tournament last spring for the first time since 1987. He also talked about 2018 Gatorade Player of the Year and Boston Red Sox draft pick Nick Northcut. Also, the Southwest District basketball teams will be released this week honoring the area’s best boys’ and girls’ basketball players and coaches. RELATED: Join the Cincinnati area high school sports Facebook group As the tournament kicks into gear with the girls’ basketball district finals and boys’ sectional finals, Dayton Daily News reporter Marc Pendleton discusses how the all-district and all-state selections are made.

Working People
Wright State Strike

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2019 41:53


Faculty have been on strike at Wright State University for over two weeks now, and things are coming to a head. In this special episode, we check in with Doctor Noeleen McIlvenna, a professor of early American history at Wright State and Executive Committee member of the AAUP-WSU.  We talk about the strike and how the university's underhanded attempts to undercut the union fit into the larger history of the corporatization of higher education. We also talk about the incredible show of support faculty have received from students, the community, and others from around the state.    Additional links/info below... AAUP-WSU website, Facebook, and Twitter  Working People Bonus Episode w/ Trevor Griffey  Max Filby, Dayton Daily News, "WSU Fails to Reach Faculty Union Contract Deal, Board Implements Last Best Offer"  Max Filby, Dayton Daily News, "Wright State Students Protest in Support of Faculty on Strike" Emma Pettit, The Chronicle of Higher Education, "'Talking Is Over': Hundreds of Professors Strike at Wright State U."  Emma Pettit, The Chronicle of Higher Education, "As Faculty Strike Wears On, Wright State Seeks 'Long Term' Adjuncts in More than 80 Fields" John Warner, Inside Higher Ed, "WTF Is Going On at Wright State?"   Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall" Guinea Worms, "Hello from Ohio"

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Laura Bischoff on the faults, foibles and facts of Ohio politics

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2019 32:58


“What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson sits down with award-winning Dayton Daily News journalist Laura Bischoff whose political and statehouse stories have lead to federal investigations and exposed corruption, deceit and even murder. Laura’s reporting on children as young as 14 marrying in Ohio is credited with sparking the recent change in state law. Amelia and Laura discuss some of the most outrageous stories Laura has covered and why she loves her job despite the divisive political climate.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
What Had Happened Was: Murders in Pike County, Ohio: eight massacred

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2018 29:28


When the smoked cleared, the only witnesses left alive were dogs and babies. “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson sat down with Will Garbe, an investigative reporter for the Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV, for an unusual episode of the podcast. Will has been reporting on the Pike County murders for two years and recently returned from a hunting trip there with local residents. He and Amelia discuss what is known and what investigators think they know about the case in which eight members of a family where murdered in four different locations on the same night. Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine, the state’s next governor, recently announced charges against four members of a Pike County. Investigators say the Wagners - a husband, his wife and two adult sons - gunned down, Christopher Rhoden Jr.; Christopher Rhoden Sr., Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden; Dana Lynn Rhoden; Gary Rhoden; Hanna May Rhoden; Hannah Hazel Gilley and Kenneth Rhoden. The shocking case has seen several twists and turns. As Will explains in the podcast, things are now just getting started. There have been rumors about a drug cartel, arrested grandmothers and an alleged custody dispute in this tragic case.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
What Had Happened Was: : ‘Anyone can kill’ Dayton detective Doyle Burke talks Jolynn Ritchie, the microwave baby killer and axe murders in Dayton

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2018 42:08


Anyone can kill. That’s one of the lessons Doyle Burke, a retired Dayton homicide detective, said he took from his 30-year career with the city’s police department. Burke, now the Warren County coroner’s chief investigator, sat down with “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson to talk about some of the cold-blooded murder he and his team helped bring to justice. They are among the most notorious killers this city has even seen: child killer Jolynn Ritchie, the Christmas killers, the Dayton mom who microwaved her own infant, a triple axe murder and a supposed Satan worshiper who preyed upon Dayton’s elderly. Burke dives deep into some of the 800 murders he’s investigated in his new book “Death As a Living: An Inside Look into the World of Death Investigation.” He wrote the book with Lou Grieco, a longtime Dayton Daily News courts, crime and public safety reporter. Pre-orders of the book (paperback, $14.99 or Ebook, $8.99) are being taken at www.inkshares.com/books/death-as-a-living. Nearly 1,000 copies have already been sold. Doyle tells Amelia why a 16-year-old girl was the hardest person he ever interviewed, why a judge told him to lie in court and how he tricked the media to read a child killer.

NARAL's The Morning After
DeWine admitted he’d sign the “heartbeat bill.”

NARAL's The Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2018


NARAL’s The Morning After is a production of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio. This week, Kellie and Gabe discuss the first debate between Rich Cordray and Mike DeWine. Answering a great question from Dayton Daily News reporter Laura Bischoff, Rich Cordray gave a rockstar answer to let everyone know his views on Brett Kavanaugh, sexual harassment, equal pay, and abortion […]

Tales From the Cask Craft Beer Podcast
Episode 279 - Scott Apicella from Hardywood Park!

Tales From the Cask Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2018 62:57


We are so excited about the success we have had with our friends from Hardywood Park Craft Brewery! And we celebrate this week with our Hardywood friend (and Mims alum) Scott Apicella! Scott reveals all the latest from Virginia and opens a cooler filled with treats: Cuvee Gold, Farmhouse Pumpkin, Crasseux Grisette, and Prim Looking Stargazer! There is much fun news for us in the beer world this week beginning in The Houston Chronicle’s profile of a a San Antonio company that is taking its bakery-to-brewery model nationwide! We follow that with VinePair showing us that ‘stovepipe’ cans are here because craft beer wants to party, and then The Advocate (Baton Rouge) praises thirty-three breweries that are releasing one collaborative brew for Louisiana Craft Beer Week! Next up is The Marin Independent Journal on craft beer culture lagging in Europe, followed by Eureka Alert having a prehistoric thirst for craft beer. We wind down the week with The Dayton Daily News demonstrating why Warped Wing's beers went globe-trotting on vacation and People Magazine (!) and the news that the famous NY bar Black Tap is serving an over-the-top “Mean Girls” milkshake and it's so fetch! We love your answers to last week’s #caskquiz “what’s your coolest beer gadget? High tech or low!” This week we want to know “what’s your optimal can (or bottle) size for craft beer?” We so love hearing from you! Please send in feedback and beer suggestions by calling us at (919) 502-0280, Tweeting us, following our Instagram or friending us on Untappd, posting on and liking our Facebook page, or emailing us! And please rate & review us in iTunes or Stitcher if you haven’t done so!

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
What Had Happened Was: Bill Castro on squid, horses and how his family has served Dayton the world on a plate for 40 years

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2018 35:08


You can lead a horse to water, but can you convince it to eat squid. Amelia Robinson talked to Bill Castro for the latest episode of the What Had Happened Was podcast. Bill and his family have been serving the world up to Dayton for more than 40 years at their restaurant, El Meson at 903 E. Dixie Dr., West Carrollton. Bill talks about being raised in West Carrollton by the Hispanic Ward and June Cleaver and how his family’s business grew from a pizza joint to one that serves the tastes of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. (Yep, some dishes include squid.) The accomplished horse rider tells Amelia how legendary Dayton Daily News food critic Ann Heller changed the game for the restaurant now located partly in the former site of a barbershop and a famed dark and dingy biker bar. Do you remember the pork tenderloin at Pett’s? El Meson got its start in 1978, under the leadership of Bill’s parents, Herman and Gloria Castro. Now the third generation of the family is learning the ropes and the paella from Bill’s husband, chef Mark Abbott.

Gem City Podcast
Episode 592: Storyteller – Josh Thrasher

Gem City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2018 49:02


Josh Thrasher is a rapper from East Dayton, Ohio. Inspired by his Father, Don Thrasher (music writer for Dayton Daily News, drummer for multiple local bands), Josh got an education in good music. He joins Izzy Rock at DATV with his friends Loui and L$D. #1 The Re-Up #2 Cuban #3 Designer On My #4 […]

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
What Had Happened Was: The Fosters’ Sherri Saum on super hot husband, not wearing combat boot and having her magazines confiscated in Kettering

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2018 24:00


She didn’t wear combat boots and maybe that made all the difference. Amelia Robinson chatted with actress Sherri Saum for the latest episode of What Had Happened Was podcast. The world knows Saum best for her role as Lena Adams Foster on the groundbreaking TV show “The Fosters,” but many in this parts know her best as the daughter of former “Dayton Daily News” copy editor Lois Saum, of Kettering. Amelia and Sherri chat about Sherri’s upbringing in Kettering and how her fashion magazines weren’t exactly safe at Fairmont High School. They also dished about the Fosters, the parking situation in Dayton and the general hottest of Sherri’s husband, Karmar de los Reyes of “One Life to Live” fame. Amelia’s grandma Nellie, a major One Live to Live fan, would be proud.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
What Had Happened Was: Tom Archdeacon talks Miami vices, four wedding rings & LeBron’s mom

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2018 30:17


He’s told thousands of amazing stories. It should come as no surprise Tom Archdeacon has a hell of a story of his own. For the 10th episode of the What Had Happened Was podcast, host Amelia Robinson sat down with Arch, an award-winning Dayton Daily News sports writer and her mentor for exactly one day. Arch told Amelia about his Miami Vice days, how he happened into journalism, his passion for telling untold stories and that time he had a run-in with LeBron’s mom. Brace yourself, this episode shines like diamonds.

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
What Had Happened Was: Cackle vs. Cancer and the rest of the world with Alexis Larson and Kristen Wicker

What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2018 28:46


Amelia Robinson laughed it out (A LOT) with Kristen Wicker and Dayton Daily News food contributor Alexis Larsen, her co-conspirators in Cackle, a laughing club. The trio has called on the power that is laughter in so many good times and some pretty bad ones. What’s funnier than getting a port put in for cancer treatment? Joking that you are at the hospital to be turned into a straight up Borg from “Star Trek.” What’s funnier than being diagnosed with 70 fibroid tumors? Being teased for not making it to 80. In good times and bad, cackle it out and wear costumes.

The Skinny Podcast
The Skinny Podcast: Bengals 2018 Off-season Episode 2 NFL Draft preview (4/25/18)

The Skinny Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2018 50:51


Local 12 digital sports columnist and editor Richard Skinner was joined by ESPN.com Bengals beat reporter Katherine Terrell, Jay Morrison from the Dayton Daily News and Local 12 sports anchor/reporter/producer Jed DeMuesy to discuss the Bengals needs and wants in the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft.

RotoViz Fantasy Football Show
Cinci Are All In On Dalton – Jay Morrison (Dayton Daily News): NFL Draft Preview

RotoViz Fantasy Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2018 35:20


RotoViz Radio, the flagship RotoViz podcast, hosted by Matthew Freedman (@MattFtheOracle) CINCINNATI BENGALS Matt is joined by Jay Morrison, a Bengals beat writer for the Dayton Daily News and Cox Media Group. They discuss the team’s multiple needs on the offensive line, the Bengals’ bullishness on its young skill-position players, and where quarterback Andy Dalton and head coach Marvin Lewis are in their career arcs with the team. SHOW NOTES The show’s introduction is provided by the vocal talents of Randy E. Aguebor. Email: RotoVizRadio@gmail.com  Twitter: @RotoVizRadio If you’re a listener of the show who hasn’t subscribed yet to RotoViz, you can get a special 30% discount through the podcast homepage, RotoViz.com/podcast.

The Skinny Podcast
The Skinny Podcast: Bengals 2018 Off-season Episode 1 (3/22/18)

The Skinny Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2018 47:30


Richard Skinner was joined by Jay Morrison from the Dayton Daily News and Bengals.com editor Geoff Hobson to discuss the Bengals busy off-season. That includes the comings and goings of free agents, including QB AJ McCarron, the trade for Cordy Glenn, the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft and much more.

Locked On Bengals - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Bengals
Locked on Bengals - 11/9/17 How to win Sunday, 1-on-1 with Jordan Willis and more

Locked On Bengals - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Bengals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2017 24:08


On today's podcast James Rapien explains why the Bengals have struggled so much this season (and it doesn't include the offensive line or Andy Dalton). Plus, he talks with Jordan Willis and Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

James Rapien
James talks Bengals with Marcus Hartman

James Rapien

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2017 10:18


James talks Bengals with Marcus Hartman of the Dayton Daily News.

Podcast on the Brink
POTB 170: Dayton Daily News writer David Jablonski on Archie Miller

Podcast on the Brink

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2017 25:42


Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call. The show is currently available weekly. In this edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by David Jablonski, ... The post POTB 170: Dayton Daily News writer David Jablonski on Archie Miller appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Dogman Encounters Radio
Dogman Encounters Episode 51

Dogman Encounters Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2015 63:01


Adam Davis heard about a report, in the Dayton Daily News, where the Montgomery County Sheriff had warned residents not to go looking for the source of strange howls that were being heard, at the time, in the Dayton, OH area. In this episode of the show, Adam talks about events related to that newspaper article, as well as others that are just as, if not even more creepy. We hope you'll tune in, to hear about the unnerving Dogman activity that's been going on, in and around Dayton, OH.  It's a show you won't want to miss!

Town Hall Ohio
Statehouse Reporter - Episode 391

Town Hall Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2014 39:20


What's in store at the Statehouse for 2014? We look at top issues from 2013, and preview state government news stories you'll be reading and hearing about in the coming year. Guest: Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News, Mike Thompson, WOSU TV, and Marcus Roth, Gongwer News Service. Length: 39:20

Town Hall Ohio
Ohio Statehouse Reporters - Episode 361

Town Hall Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2013 39:20


The state government is involved in a variety of issues including the state budget. We hear from members of the statehouse press on these various issues. Guest: Bill Cohen, Ohio Public Radio, Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News, Robert Higgs, Plain Dealer.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News; Darrel Rowland, The Columbus Dispatch; Terry Casey, Republican Strategist; and Joseph Mas, Ohio Hispanic Coalition. Topics: John Kasich and other Republicans pull ahead in the polls; Democrats try to fire up the base; National Democrats consider pulling out of Ohio Congressional races; and Democrats try to hang on to the Ohio House of Represenatives.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Ann Fisher, WOSU 820 AM; William Hershey, Dayton Daily News; Greg Haas, Democratic Strategist; and Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Topics: Gov. Strickland spares the life of condemned murderer; Businesses criticize Governor Strickland’s ad; The role of alternate candidates in elections; Concerns passenger trains will go too fast; and the benefits and dangers of youth sports.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Statehouse Reporter, Dayton Daily News; Joe Hallett, Senior Editor, The Columbus Dispatch; Sandy Theis, Democratic Strategist; and Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Topics: John Kasich’s first TV ad; Kasich continues to deal with Lehman Brothers past; Strategy of Candidates Debates; Closing State Income Tax Loopholes; and other topics

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: William Hershey, Statehouse Reporter for the Dayton Daily News; Julie Carr Smyth, Statehouse Correspondent for The Associated Press; Dale Butland, Democratic Strategist; Michael Miller, Attorney, Former Franklin County Prosecutor. Topics: Kasich – Strickland Campaign update - State Budget as Campaign issue, Gingrich stumps for Kasich; Judicial campaign rules; Congressional Races update; 70/71 split reconstruction.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Cathy Candisky, The Columbus Dispatch; William Hershey, Dayton Daily News; Dale Butland, Democratic Strategist; Bob Clegg, Republican Strategist. Topics: Columbus City Council Privacy quest; Pension Double dipping; Campaign 2010 Update - Chicken Shack Flap; Republicans’ energy is high; Lebron James becomes a campaign issue?; Ballot Issues fail to make ballot

Lady Fontaine's Eye on the FUTURE
Master Palm Reader Myrna Lou Goldbaum predicts YOUR future!

Lady Fontaine's Eye on the FUTURE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2010 90:00


Master Palm Reader Myrna Lou Goldbaum joins Lady Fontaine for a fun evening of enlightenment! Myrna has received countless recognitions and awards for her outstanding readings. She was awarded Top Palmist in US, 2006 Manchester Who's Who of Professional Women. She has read and documented 43,000 PALMS. In 1974 Fate magazine published an article called, "How to Read Palms" which was authored by Myrna Lou. She has been interviewed on numerous radio stations and public television on the subject of palmistry. She has appeared on Mystical Insights, a cable television show, Thornton CO as a guest five times. She lectured on closed circuit television discussing the medium of palmistry at Indiana University. She has been a guest on TV on GOOD MORNING VAIL two years in a row. She has conducted classes in palmistry for many years. Over 3,000 students have learned Oriental Palmistry using her teaching methods. She has written articles for many newspapers including: The Dayton Daily News, Journal Herald and the News Tribune in Dayton Ohio. She was a columnist on the Internet at www.womenofwonder.com with "ASK A PSYCHIC" under Spirituality. Currently a columnist at MYSTIC POP Magazine, was on De Silva's News as a columnist and now on the internet and at ILR Magazine, Turkey. Myrna Lou joins Lady Fontaine & Dr Jean Cirillo as we learn about her amazing skill of reading palms. She will be taking calls with LadyF & Dr Cirillo later in the show! Be sure to tune in for this exciting show!

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News; Bill Cohen, Ohio Public Radio; Gene Krebs, Greater Ohio; Joseph Mas, Ohio Hispanic Coalition. Topics: Confirmation of Public Safety Director Cathy Collins-Taylor; Lawmakers consider rules for new casinos; Mayor Coleman’s Arizona travel ban; Asking schools to police cyberbullying.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News; Cathy Candisky, The Columbus Dispatch; Greg Haas, Democratic Strategist, Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Topics: Governor Strickland appoints Eric Brown as Ohio Supreme Court Justice; Jennifer Brunner and Lee Fisher, Ohio Tea Parties, passenger rail to move forward.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Bill Cohen, Ohio Public Radio; William Hershey, Dayton Daily News; Bob Clegg, Republican Strategist; Catherine Turcer, Ohio Citizen Action. Topics: Thomas Moyer; Campaign 2010 news -  Kasich’s tax Return, Absentee Ballot requests - GOP sees gains among switching voters; Third Frontier; Arts Funding in Central Ohio.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: William Hershey, Dayton Daily News; Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio / TV; Leah Sellers, Ohio Northern; and Sandy Theis, Public Relations Consultant. Topics: Lawmakers from Ohio and Health care reform; ODOT responds to passenger rail skepticism; the 'move the casino' campaign begins; the looming state budget crisis; and What movies should be shown in schools.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News; Cathy Candisky, The Columbus Dispatch; Sam Gresham, Common Cause Ohio; and Michael Miller, Former Franklin County Prosecutor. Topics: Let Ohio Vote secrecy; Smoking Ban enforcement; Gun regulations; ODOT head pushes passenger rail; Controversial firings at the Bureau of Workers Compensation.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: William Hershey, Dayton Daily News; Jo Ingles, Ohio Public Radio; Bob Clegg, Republican Strategist; and Sam Gresham, Common Cause Ohio. Topics: The Great Train Debate: Opposition grows, Strickland calls them “Cheerleaders for Failure”; Campaign 2010 Round up: Ohio’s Shrinking Democrats, Kilroy Launches Campaign, Pat Tiberi wants stimulus money he opposed.; “Me Too” Income Taxes - Worthington to ask voters to match Columbus income tax hike; Pro Life Orator controversy.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: William Hershey, Statehouse Bureau Chief, Dayton Daily News; Darrel Rowland Public Affairs Editor, The Columbus Dispatch; Terry Casey, Republican Strategist; and Sandy Theis, Public Relations Consultant. Topics: Columbus casino opponents make their move; Columbus parking meter rate increase; Kasich pulls ahead of Strickland in latest poll and other topics.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Bill Cohen, Statehouse Reporter, Ohio Public Radio; Laura Bischoff, Statehouse Reporter, Dayton Daily News; Sam Gresham, Common Cause Ohio; and Mary Anne Sharkey, Public Affairs Consultant. Topics: GOP State Senators try to work out budget compromise; Slots at Racetracks plan is still alive; Calls to renew third frontier project; Tracking Sex offenders; clemency controversy.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: William Hershey, Statehouse Bureau Chief, Dayton Daily News; Julie Carr Smyth, The Associated Press; Michael Daniels, Co-Publisher, Outlook Magazine; Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Topics: House approves tax delay plan; Some endorse, others defer decisions on casino issue; Ohio Supreme Court hears obscenity case; legalizing medical marijuana.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Statehouse Reporter, Dayton Daily News; Gil Price, Editor, Columbus Call and Post; Sandy Theis, Public Relations Consultant; Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Topics: Ohio’s troubled lethal injection procedure; Passenger Rail Study; Slots and Casino Developments; Former Ohio Public Safety Director accused of ignoring illegal vehicle registrations.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Ann Fisher, Talk Host for WOSU 820; Bil Hershey, Statehouse Bureau Chief for The Dayton Daily News; Jerry Austin, Democratic Strategist; and Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Karen Kasler hosts. Topics: Slot machines; Senate race – Brunner vs. Fisher; Education issues on the November ballot; Kilroy Town Hall Meeting via phone; Cash for Clunkers program.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Laura Bischoff, Statehouse Reporter, Dayton Daily News; Joe Hallett, Senior Editor, The Columbus Dispatch; Sam Gresham, Common Cause Ohio; Mark Weaver, Republican Strategist. Topics: John Kasich's bid for governor; The proposed Blue Jackets arena tax; other topics.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Karen Kasler, Statehouse Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV; William Hershey, Statehouse Bureau Chief, Dayton Daily News; Dale Butland, Democratic Strategist; Bob Clegg, Republican Strategist. Topics: Possible Blue Jacket bailout; State senate proposed budget cuts; Columbus faces 300 cop layoffs; GOP primary for governor; Gay Rights bill gains support in legislature.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Guest Host - Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio and Television; Laura Bischoff, Statehouse Reporter, Dayton Daily News; Joe Hallett, Senior Editor, The Columbus Dispatch; Joseph Mas, Chairman, Ohio Hispanic Coalition; Betty Montgomery, Former Ohio Attorney General and Auditor. Topics: School Reform Plan Changes; State Auditor predicts bigger budget deficits; Tea Party Protests

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: William Hershey, Statehouse Bureau Chief, Dayton Daily News; Emily Riemer, Statehouse Reporter, ABC-6 and Fox 28; Terry Casey, Republican Strategist, Harvey Wasserman, Activist, Editor, The Free Press. Likely Topics: Proposal to charge insurance companies for police response to car accidents and other topics.

Columbus on the Record

Panelists: Cathy Candisky, Statehouse Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch; William Hershey, Statehouse Bureau Reporter, Dayton Daily News; Dale Butland, Democratic Strategist; Terry Casey, Republican Strategist. Likely Topics: How to spend the stimulus money. Gaming rivals team up on casino plan; Possible conflicts of interest in the US Senate Race; Possible changes to Governor Strickland’s Education Reform plan.

Winecast, a podcast by Tim Elliott
Unfiltered 4 - Inertia Beverage

Winecast, a podcast by Tim Elliott

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2007 43:45


Another Unfiltered podcast recorded two weeks ago with co-host Jeff Lefevere and I welcoming guest Paul Mabray from Inertia Beverage Group and panelist Mark Fisher from the Dayton Daily News and Uncorked blog. 00:23 - Welcome and Introductions 01:15 - Inertia Beverage Q&A 07:33 - Florida may close direct shipping of wine 11:56 - Wine drinkers think more clearly than teetotalers 18:04 - Food bloggers free for all 26:46 - Sales of pinot, sparkling, rose & screwcaps up 36:42 - Freeze in east, midwest effects grape crops 41:36 - Everyone plugs their blogs & we sign off Feedback: winecast@gmail.com Copyright 2007 Acan Media, Inc. Licensed to the public under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/us/

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
David Jablonski Interview

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 49:23


David Jablonski, the Dayton Flyers Beat Writer/Photographer and Sports Writer for Wittenberg Tigers, Cincinnati Reds, and Ohio State Buckeyes for the Dayton Daily News, is our special guest. We're talking local sports, Dayton's special season, David's career, and more on Episode 159! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-gem-on-the-queens-crown-the-cincinnati-and-dayton-sports/donations