the djbc happy hour

# 422 - The Longest Gateway 2 Summer

1:00:02 minutes (54.47 MB)

Tonight on the Show, The "Gateway to Summer" in Columbus - The Columbus Arts Festival - returns June 10-12 along the Downtown Riverfront.
- 200 Artists
- Headliners - Shadowbox Live (Friday) and We Were Promised Jetpacks (Saturday)
- Hands-On Activity Village and Big Local Arts Village

Also, In Memoriam - Columbus Alive (1983-2022). You will be missed in the Alternative Weekly Scene.

What else is going on this week?
- Bexley Public Library has Dr. Breakfast (Breakfast with Nick) on June 7; Plus Juneteenth Events on June 11 & 12
- Olde Towne East Trash 2 Treasures Yard Sale on June 11
- Franklinton Pridays - June 10 as Franklinton Pride takes over Franklinton Fridays
- Westgate Home & Garden Tour - June 11 in Westgate
- West Side Community Bash - June 12 at Westgate Park
- Groveport 175th Birthday Celebration - June 11 in Village of Groveport
- COTA Meeting - June 9 at COTA (and Hybrid)
- Avenue 4 All - June 11 on Parsons Avenue (between Whittier and Kossuth Streets)

# 421 - The Memorial Day Show '22

1:00:03 minutes (54.76 MB)

Tonight on the Show - The first of a three-part series on the kickoff (or return) to Summer. Memorial Day Weekend and The Weekend After (just because) Memorial Day.

Memorial Day Commemorations in Central Ohio:
What Should We Do To Celebrate Memorial Day?:
Field of Heroes:
King-Lincoln Memorial Day Parade:
National Veterans Memorial Museum Memorial Day:

Events Around Town:
- Hamlet 1603 (5/26-6/19 - Thursday-Sunday only - Weather Permitting; Schiller Park Ampitheratre, German Village;
- Field of Heroes (5/27-30; Cleveland Ave. & County Line Rd., Westerville;
- Fourth Friday (5/27; Uptown Westerville - State Street between Home and Park Streets, Westerville)
- Virtual Asian Festival (5/28 & 5/29; Virtual;
- Secret Studio Concert Series (5/28; Secret Studio - 503 W. Walnut St., Franklinton)
- Shadowbox Live at Columbus Commons (5/29; Columbus Commons, Downtown;
- Bexley Jazz Series/Food Truck Festival (5/30; Havenwood Park, Bexley;
- The Memorial Tournament (5/31-6/05; Dublin;
- First Friday (6/03; Downtown Delaware;
- Fore Fest! (6/03 & 04; Bridge Park)
- Summer Dance Party (6/04; Columbus Museum of Art;
- Gallery Hop (6/04; Short North;
- Bexley Home and Garden Tour (6/05; Starts at Columbus School for Girls, Bexley;

# 420 - The Ultimate Daytime Emmys Playlist

59:47 minutes (51.93 MB)

Tonight on the show, a playlist of television theme songs of shows that were nominated for, or won Daytime Emmys. We got multiple genres represented in this hour - Game Shows, Saturday Morning Cartoons, Kid's Educational Programs*, of course, Soap Operas, and maybe an Entertainment News Show.
(* - As of 2022, Children's and Family Programming will now have their own separate Emmys. News Programs have been transferred to the News & Documentary Emmys.)

The Daytime Emmy Awards were first held in 1974, honoring the Best of Daytime Television.

Among the Records:
14 - Most Drama Series Wins (General Hospital - 1981, 1984, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2017, and 2021)
27 - Most Consecutive Drama Series Nominations (All My Children - 1976-2002)
18 - Most Consecutive Talk Show Nominations* (The Ellen DeGeneres Show - 2004-2021)
8 - Most Acting Wins (Anthony Geary, General Hospital - 1982, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, and 2015)
23 - Most Acting Nominations (Peter Bergman, All My Children/The Young and the Restless - 1983, 1990-2002, 2007, this will take a while, and 2022)
13 - Most Consecutive Acting Nominations (TIE - Susan Lucci, All My Children - 1981-1993; Peter Bergman, The Young and the Restless - 1990-2002)
- Sesame Street has the Most Overall Children's Programming Wins, and Has Dominated the Pre-School Children's Category

Individuals Who Have Won Both Daytime and Primetime Emmys - Julianne Moore, Ellen DeGeneres, Ken Howard, Oprah Winfrey, Marlo Thomas

Individuals Who Have Been Nominated for Both Daytime and Primetime Emmys - LeVar Burton, John Ritter, Max Gail, Hal Linden, Peggy McCay, Jeanne Cooper, Amy Poehler, Juliet Mills, Mary Stuart, Jane Krakowski, Robin Wright, Meredith Baxter, Fred Willard, Obba Babatunde, Dame Judith Anderson, the list is endless...

# 419 - Handmaids, Springtime, and Red Wave, O-H My!

59:52 minutes (54.26 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC tackles the leaked Supreme Court decision to overturn the controversial Roe vs. Wade, and why now is the time to stand up for Women's Rights, before it is too late.

Also on the show,
- The Daytime Emmy Nominations - Who leads the pack? Which surprise snub signals the end of an era?
- The Weekend Warrior - Events over the next two weeks include (the already SOLD OUT) Wonderball Gala, the Art for Franklinton Gala, the Bexley AAPI Heritage Festival, (German) Village Valuables, Komen Columbus Race for the Cure, plus monthly staples like Franklinton Fridays, The Free Press (Still Virtual) Saturday Salon, and the return of Creative Mornings Columbus IN PERSON!

Mental Health RESOURCES:
National Association of Mental Illness -
NAMI, Ohio Chapter -
NAMI Hotline - 1-800-686-2646 or text NAMI to 741741
Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline -
Netcare (Columbus) - 614-276-CARE (2273); (Masks ARE Required)
ADAMH Franklin County - 614-224-1057;

# 418 - DJBC Super Heroes Edition

1:00:01 minutes (53.14 MB)

Blystone 4 Guvnor 2022 Cold Open

1:54 minutes (1.75 MB)

# 417 - Back in the Swing of It 2.0

59:47 minutes (54.33 MB)

# 416 - DJBC Eee-Oh Eleven

1:00:01 minutes (54.82 MB)

Tonight on the show, we celebrate our 11th Anniversary. The DJBC Happy Hour first debuted on Monday April 18, 2011 on WCRS FM. And 11 years later, the show is still here.

On the Show:
- National Library Week & National Volunteer Month
- What Is Happening on the Show This Summer?
- Downtown Columbus: It's Back, Baby! It's Back!
- Will There Be Late Night Bus Service This Summer? (Spoiler Alert)

Plus other burning questions and discussion.

Don't Forget To Write In:
Bryan "The DJBC" Curtiss, WCRS for Talk Radio Personality
WCRS FM for Local Radio Station
(Voting Wraps on April 22)

# 415 - One Shining Slapgate

59:56 minutes (54.8 MB)

Tonight on the Show...
- A recap of #Slapgate (plus the rest of the Academy Awards)
- March Madness, we hardly knew ye
- Happy Retirement, Coach K!
- Which big NFL star showed up at the Wolverine Spring Game?
- The Weekend Warrior discusses events happening over town (or over Zoom) this week.

And, Write-Ins are accepted for the Columbus Monthly Reader's Poll
- Bryan "The DJBC" Curtiss, WCRS FM 92.7/98.3 for Talk Radio Personality
- WCRS FM 92.7/98.3 for Best Radio Station

Voting wraps on April 22, 2022. You MUST be 18 to vote.

# 414 - March Is So Steaming Mad Right Now

59:47 minutes (54.48 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- The Academy Awards - Is "The Power of the Dog" beatable? Can "CODA" do something that hasn't been done at the Oscars in 90 years? Plus, who is hosting Hollywood's Big Night?
- NCAA Men's & Women's Tournaments - Where Ohio State and Michigan are headed, both the Men and the Ladies.

Congrats to the Reynoldsburg Lady Raiders - Division I State Girls Basketball Champions for 2022!

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