the djbc happy hour

# 331 - #HDASH (Hunker Down and Stay Home)


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

On tonight's show, the latest on the Coronavirus Pandemic Outbreak.
"Every one matters, and every day matters." - Dr. Amy Acton

- What is Social Distancing, and why is it taking a toll on us?
- March 12, 2020 - "The Day Everything Was Cancelled"
- The Real Leader of This Crisis... #InDrAmyWeTrust

And remember to #HDASH - Hunker Down And Stay Home!

March 12 Facebook Live DJBC AfterHours - http://wcrsfm.org/content/djbc-afterhours-djbc-happy-hour-coronavirus-up...
Filing Unemployment in Ohio - http://unemployment.ohio.gov (or call 1-877-644-6562)
Updates Information on the Coronavirus Pandemic in Ohio - http://coronavirus.ohio.gov (or call 1-833-427-5634; or 1-833-4ASK-ODH)
COTA - Coronavirus - https://www.cota.com/coronavirus/
COTA Pandemic Service Changes - https://www.cota.com/major-service-change-announcements/
44 Ways to Help During the COVID Pandemic (CitYPulse Columbus) - https://citypulsecolumbus.com/44-ways-to-be-the-helper-during-the-covid-...
Columbus Makes Art/GCAC - https://www.columbusmakesart.com/covid-19
Artists Relief Fund (GCAC) - https://www.gcac.org/press-release/greater-columbus-arts-council-announc...
Columbus Foundation - https://columbusfoundation.org/emergency-response-coronavirus
Experience Columbus - https://www.experiencecolumbus.com/covid-19-partner-tool-kit
How to Stay Safe and Connected During The Pandemic (Heather Dugan) - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/stay-safe-keep-connection-during-covid-19...
Don't Hang With Your Friends Either - https://www.huffpost.com/entry/dont-visit-friends-social-distancing_l_5e...
How to Party In The Time of Coronavirus - https://www.huffpost.com/entry/coronavirus-this-is-how-we-party-socializ...

# 40 (RE-PACKAGED!) - A Top of the Morning: St. Patrick's Day in Dublin, Ohio


58:12 minutes (53.29 MB)

A re-packaged # 40, "A Top of the Morning: St. Patrick's Day in Dublin, Ohio", originally broadcast on March 12, 2012. This re-packaged version first aired on March 16, 2020, when St. Patrick's Day was cancelled in 2020, but was re-packaged to re-run in future years.

How you can help our community during these times: https://www.columbusunderground.com/the-columbus-foundation-supporting-o...

# 330 - 1950: Music and Headlines


1:00:18 minutes (55.22 MB)

Tonight on the show, Songs from 1950.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Minneapolis Lakers
NFL: Cleveland Browns
World Series: New York Yankees
Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings
World Cup: Uruguay
NCAA Basketball: City College of New York (CCNY) Beavers
NCAA Football: Oklahoma Sooners
The Game/Big Ten NINE: Michigan Wolverines

Headlines Links:
Infoplease (1950) - https://www.infoplease.com/year/1950
The People's History (1950) - http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1950.html

# 329 - The One Before Super Tuesday


59:49 minutes (54.77 MB)

Tonight on the Show, it's time for Super Tuesday. What is it? One-third of the delegates and 40 percent of the U.S. Population from 14 States all have Primary Elections on the first Tuesday (after the first Monday) in March.

Also, why you should tear up the "Dems United" card in the mail, because depending on where you live, there are OTHER candidates than the ones that the Franklin County (**Mayor Ginther and the Columbus Partnership, cough-cough**) Democratic Party wants you to vote for. Namely in Ohio U.S. Congressional Districts 3 & 12, and Ohio House District 25 (which has THREE New American Candidates).

Don't forget to Vote in the Ohio Primary on St. Patrick's Day, March 17.

# 328 - The One Before Fat Tuesday and Leap Day


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

Tonight on The DJBC Happy Hour:
- A Recap of the Academy Awards
- The Weekend Warrior previews the Week's Events, including the second basketball meeting between Michigan and the B*ckeyes

# 327 - 1960: Music and Headlines


2:01:23 minutes (111.14 MB)

Tonight on the show, a trip back into the time machine to 1960. The Winter and Summer Olympic Games, along with the Presidential Debates were televised coast-to-coast. Four Black College Students in North Carolina sat at a Woolworth's, sparking the fight for equality in the early 1960s. And THE Ohio State B*ckeyes won the NCAA Basketball Tournament.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Basketball: The Ohio State Buckeyes
NCAA Football: Minnesota Golden Gophers (AP/UPI)
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
AFL: Houston Oilers
NFL: Philadelphia Eagles
NBA: Boston Celtics
World Series: Pittsburgh Penguins

Equity, Prosperity Among Highlights In Ginther's State of The City

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Equity and Prosperity were the highlights of Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther’s State of the City Address on Thursday night at historic West High School in the Westgate neighborhood in the Hilltop, which was prominently featured in Ginther’s address.

The theme of Ginther’s Address was about equity. As soon as Ginther said, “Equity is the corner stone of my administration,” a protester disrupted the speech by demanding action. Ginther said, “I see you and I hear you, and I look forward to meeting with you, to hear your voices” to quell the protests from further disrupting Ginther’s address in a packed school auditorium.

After the protesters were escorted out of the Auditorium by Columbus Police Officers, Ginther continued his speech by saying, “Dissent is the highest form of patriotism”.

In his speech, Ginther talked about equality, from combatting the housing crisis and the opioid crisis, to combatting the racial barriers in our community, such as improving the city’s toxic police/community relations. “It’s time for us to discuss the long-term effects going forward, and to explore Racism as a public health crisis,” Ginther said about the racial inequality in Columbus.

Neighborhoods have been the core of the Ginther Administration from the beginning. Ginther announced big plans for Linden, that are part of the One Linden Plan. Construction is in progress for a new Fire Station 16 on Oakland Park Avenue in North Linden. Homeport will be working on a “Downtown Linden” project at the corner of Cleveland and Myrtle Avenues. $ 20 Million will be invested in an overhaul of the Hudson Street Thoroughfare as part of the One Linden Plan.

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