# 248: Three Billboards Outside of Our Opportunity City

59:15 minutes (54.26 MB)

Tonight on the show, who will win Best Picture: Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri or The Shape of Water? Plus, where to watch the Oscars on the Big Screen (plus a Marathon of the Best Picture Nominees).

Plus, commentary on Louisville vacating the 2013 National Championship, and whether or not Michigan should be crowned 2013 "Honorary" National Champions in the NCAA Tournament.

In the Weekend Warrior, 30 Years of the Arnold (Sports Festival), plus the State of the City (Part V), the Gahanna State of the City, Off the Grid, the Experience Columbus Annual Meeting, and St. Patrick's Day in Downtown Columbus and Historic Downtown Dublin.

The Other Side of the News February 23, 2018-Guns, Billy Graham, Syria, Russians and Columbus City Council

Bob and Dan discuss current events including the school shooting and the fallout, Billy Graham's death, the events in Syria, the Russian indictments and the corruption of Columbus City Council

29:42 minutes (28.83 MB)

Bob and Dan discuss current events including the school shooting and the fallout, Billy Graham's death, the events in Syria, the Russian indictments and the corruption of Columbus City Council

Conscious Voices Reaction to Florida school shooting

59:59 minutes (42.75 MB)

Media interviews with school shooting survivors, and sound from two rallies organized by Florida high school students in response to the killing of 17 by (yet another) male white supremacist sociopath

Columbus Desi Radio - Episode 6

59:50 minutes (82.18 MB)

Icy J - Progressive Grind (Sonic Hip Hop Soul XIII)

59:56 minutes (137.2 MB)

A miraculous montage of urban audio expression is how this episode of the Grind could be described. With Hip Hop at the forefront, this display attempts to bridge the gap between the old & new skools, to be identified as what can be called TRU Skool! Peep the attempted feat as your head nods to the beat!
DJ Premier & Jakk Frost - Dope Boy Talk → DJ J Hart - Mean Street$ (ft Rich Quick, Audible Doctor, Nutso & Davenport Grimes) → Elle Varner - Birthday (Ft. 50 Cent) → Kings Dead - The Flagship [Feat. Ro Ransom] → Jadakiss - Two Curse Words [Freestyle] → Lupe Fiasco - It Just Might Be Okay → Stevie Stone - Fall in Love With It (feat. Darrein Safron) → Rich Quick - On My Shoulderz → Stick Figure - Smokin' Love (Remix ft. Collie Buddz, J BOOG, Iration, and Dizzy Wright) → Bryan Art - Knowledge Is The Power → Troy Ave - Do Me No Favors (ft. Fabolous & Jadakiss)→ Dewy Sinatra – Bubble → Vann - Planes, Trains & Automobiles → Drew Godson - Murder in the First → XVRHLDY - The Crutch → Tinashe - All Hands On Deck (Ft. Iggy Azalea) → Alkaline (Vendetta) - Nice Suh → Ty Dolla $ign - Only Right [feat. YG, Joe Moses & TeeCee4800]
Increase The PEACE!
Icy J “Makes Your Day!”

Turn It Up 2018-02-18

2:01:22 minutes (277.79 MB)

Youir Music 2018 4 Anoushka and Ravi Shankar

1:57:44 minutes (74.7 MB)

Live recorded concert with Anoushka Shankar and several older tracks from Ravi Shankar

Street Fight Radio - Stand With Amanda

3:28:50 minutes (275.75 MB)

On this show Bryan and Brett took calls

// Playing With Toys // The White Supremacist Problem // Anti Racist Action At University Of Nebraska // Let Amanda Have Her Tips // When A Job Switches It up On You // The Tipping Policy // We Love Cross Fader Magazine //

Middle Songs -
Digable Planets - Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)
The Hotelier - Your Deep Rest
George Jones - He Stopped Loving Her Today

// Memphis Fight For $15 // Racist Californians // Tipping Is Bouj // Stoned Shawn Called In // Valuing Art // Rent Strike In Toronto // Running For Mayor //

End Songs -
People Under The Stairs - Empty Bottles of Water

9/11 Building 7 - Martin Noakes

Downtown Voices - February 19, 2018

26:11 minutes (35.96 MB)

This week, Youth Beat heads into the heart of Columbus to learn more about what all goes on between the skyscrapers. Positively Charged features youth from the Academy of Urban Scholars and Juvenile Justice Coalition who are working to stop community violence in Columbus and planning a memorial in honor of the young people lost to violence. We also meet a local artist who uses his incredible talent as a platform to inspire others and Ohio State student who finds environmental opportunities, even in the city. No matter how long you've lived in Columbus, there's still more to learn: so stay tuned!

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