Yesterday's Top Secrets - YTS-245--APR28


58:58 minutes (80.82 MB)

Protest in Cincinnati of ALEC-American Legislative Exchange Council


30:00 minutes (27.46 MB)

Bob Fitrakis and Connie Gadell-Newton discuss ALEC and the group's mission to push forth destructive laws such as SB5, immigration laws like in Arizona, and defunding women's health organizations.

Becoming a Philanthropist: Opportunities for Youth - April 25, 2011


26:53 minutes (36.93 MB)

Youth Beat host Nishant interviews Neethi Johnson about the work of the Columubs Medical Association Foundation Youth Advisory Council. Learn about grant opportunities for your organization and to meet the health needs of Central Ohio's youth.

Yesterday's Top Secrets - YTS-124--12/10/09


60:21 minutes (82.75 MB)

The World Party - Show 53 (April 26, 2011)


57:25 minutes (78.85 MB)

Click on the "play" button below to hear the show!

 THE WORLD PARTY NOW AIRS FOR 2 HOURS ON WCRS!

TUESDAYS from 7PM - 9PM

The World Party features energetic and eclectic dance and party music from all corners of the globe!

  • Show 53 originally aired on April 26, 2011.

  • Show 53 features current popular dance and party music originating from the United States, Taiwan, Sweden, Russia, France, Romania, Nigeria, Jamaica, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Canada, and more. Exciting music from dance clubs all over the world!

The Beat Oracle - 04/23/2011


114:01 minutes (111.69 MB)

Yesterday's Top Secrets - YTS-244--APR22


58:02 minutes (79.57 MB)

Talk with folk at a local food forum hosted by Edible Columbus and Local Matters, plus a talk with activist Alec Johnson


42:22 minutes (38.79 MB)

Here is some audio recorded on April 18, 2011, at a forum on local food hosted by Edible Columbus and Local Matters. The forum meets every 3rd Monday at 6 pm at Wild Goose Creative.

Here are some notes drawn from the forum.

Darren Malhame of Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association --and one of the owners of North Star Café--mentioned that OEFFA is involved in a lawsuit against Monsanto.

Seth Draeger is starting a garden on Parsons Ave near Marion Rd, and also one on Lock Ave. near Groveport Rd and 104

Nick Stanich referred me to Franklinton Gardens, which he says has been around for 5 years, now having 9 gardens.

When asked about canning what he grows, Stanich said having a “massive food processing facility” for the harvests from community gardens in Columbus would help.

Does anyone know of any such food processing facilities where people can get together to can food ?

Stanich also said more organization among community gardeners in Columbus and beyond would be useful.

“We need to get more of an understanding of who’s gardening around the city. There’s not that much of an established resource that connects everyone…at the moment.”

One attempt to help with that involves a newly formed assortment of people calling itself Greater Columbus Growing Coalition. Their next meeting is on Thursday, May 5 at 6 pm at Barley’s on Dublin-Grandview Road.

One person at this event---Tim Price-- who is currently getting his 10 X 20 ft garden ready for the 2011 out-door growing season-- said the main thing keeping him from working with other gardeners around the city is his work schedule.

“I work in Dayton. I leave around 7 in the morning and get home around 7 or 7:30 in the evening.”

Jaime Moore, who owns and operates along with her husband Adam Welly, Wayward Seed Farm, was at the forum. She said Wayward Seed will soon get it’s USDA organic certification.

Another person at this forum was Yolanda Moser.

One-on-one interviews w/ participants of local food forum hosted by Edible Columbus on April 18, 2011


30:18 minutes (27.74 MB)

Here are some notes drawn from the forum, which meets every 3rd Monday at Wild Goose Creative.

Darren Malhame of Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association --and one of the owners of North Star Café--mentioned that OEFFA is involved in a lawsuit against Monsanto.

Another person I spoke with at this event was Seth Draeger who is starting a garden on Parsons Ave near Marion Rd, and also one on Lock Ave. near Groveport Rd and 104

A guy named Nick Stanich referred me to Franklinton Gardens, which he says has been around for 5 years, now having 9 gardens.

When asked about canning what he grows, Stanich said having a “massive food processing facility” for the harvests from community gardens in Columbus would help.

Does anyone know of any such food processing facilities where people can get together to can food ? If so, let me know by commenting on this site.

Stanich also said more organization among community gardeners in Columbus and beyond would be useful.

“We need to get more of an understanding of who’s gardening around the city. There’s not that much of an established resource that connects everyone…at the moment.”

One attempt to help with that involves a newly formed assortment of people calling itself Greater Columbus Growing Coalition. Their next meeting is on Thursday, May 5 at 6 pm at Barley’s on Dublin-Grandview Road.

One person at this event---Tim Price-- who is currently getting his 10 X 20 ft. garden ready for the 2011 out-door growing season-- said the main thing keeping him from working with other gardeners around the city is his work schedule.

“I work in Dayton. I leave around 7 in the morning and get home around 7 or 7:30 in the evening.”

Jaime Moore, who owns and operates along with her husband Adam Welly, Wayward Seed Farm, was at the forum as well. She said Wayward Seed will soon get it’s USDA organic certification.

Another person there was Yolanda Moser.

Yesterday's Top Secrets - YTS-243--APR21


58:57 minutes (80.81 MB)
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