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# 342 - Show Your American Spirit: A Front Porch Fourth of July


59:51 minutes (54.79 MB)

It is America's Birthday, and America is in turmoil. Tonight on the show, how are we celebrating the Fourth of July socially distanced? Plus, the DJBC Happy Hour Fireworks Mix X (10!) is included.

DJBC Fireworks MIX X (# 10!)


12:44 minutes (11.66 MB)

# 338 - June Is Busting Out All Over...NOT!


59:17 minutes (54.28 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we talk about the Aftermath of the Murder of George Floyd by four White Minneapolis Police Officers, and the weekend of rioting protests in Downtown Columbus (as of 5/29/2020). Plus, the COVID-19 Update Roundup as 100,000 Americans have now died from the Coronavirus. And during Last Call, the update/epilogue on disgraced former WBNS 10TV Chief Meteorologist Mike Davis, who learned his fate.

Keeping things light...
- Daytime Emmy Nominations - Which Soap Stars earned big milestones this year? Which soap leads the Nominations? What episodes did the Four Soaps Submit for the Top Prize? (To Be Continued on 6/22)
- Michigan Round-Up: The THREE Big Four-Star Defensive Hauls over Memorial Day, as we have crossed into the "Halfway To The Game" Mark. However, could The Season be cancelled, as well?
- The Weekend Warrior: What Big Virtual Events are happening. Plus, more major cancellations, and pool closings (BELOW).

LOCAL POOL CLOSINGS (As of 05/30/2020; Edited on 06/08/2020):
Bexley
Canal Winchester
Delaware
Dublin - North Pool ONLY* (South Pool contingent on Health Department Approval)
Gahanna - BOTH Locations
Grandview Heights
Grove City
Groveport
Hilliard - BOTH Locations
Lancaster - BOTH Locations
Newark
Orange Township/Lewis Center
Plain Township/New Albany
Powell
Upper Arlington - Reed Road Location ONLY
Westerville
Worthington - ALL Locations

And, as mentioned on the show...
Question: How would you define somebody who smashes in the window of a television store and takes what he wants?

# 45B - 1976: Music and Headlines, Side B


59:26 minutes (54.42 MB)

Side B of 1976, A Bicentennial Portrait (Aired on May 14, 2012)*

PLAYLIST for SIDE B:
"I Write the Songs" - Barry Manilow
"50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" - Paul Simon
"TVC-15" - David Bowie
"Love for the Common Man" - Todd Rundgren
"Show Me the Way" - Peter Frampton
"Muskrat Love" - The Captain and Tennille
"Love Hangover" - Diana Ross
"December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)" - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
"Night Moves" - Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
"Saturday Night" - The Bay City Rollers
"Gonna Fly Now" (Rocky I Theme Song) - Bill Conti

# 45A - 1976: Music and Headlines, Side A


58:45 minutes (53.79 MB)

Tonight, Side A to "1976, A Bicentennial Portrait" (Originally Aired on May 7, 2012).

SONG LIST:
"The Rockford Files" - Mike Post
"Kid Charlemagne" - Steely Dan
"Convoy" - C.W. McCall
"If You Leave Me Now" - Chicago
"More, More, More" - Andrea True Connection
"One" - A Chorus Line Cast
"S.W.A.T." Theme Song - Rhythm Heritage
"Happy Days" - Pratt & McClain
"Making Our Dreams Come True" - Cyndi Grecco
"Welcome Back" - John Sebastian
"Lowdown" - Boz Scaggs
"Disco Duck" - Rick Dees
"Moonlight Feels Right" - Starbuck

# 337 - This Summer's Going to Hurt Like...


59:29 minutes (54.47 MB)

Tonight on the show, Twas the Week Before the Unofficial Start to Summer, and all through the house, every creature has still be hunkering down and staying home. And then, the Economy decided to re-open by hook and by crook.

The Weekend Warrior highlights THREE Memorial Day Weekend Events still going on, plus local Farmer's Markets near you (below).

Plus, a salute to the Class of 2020.

LOCAL FARMER'S MARKETS:
Bexley - Capital University Parking Lot (Across from 745 Pleasant Ridge Avenue, Bexley; Thursdays 4-7PM starting May 21; http://www.bexleyfarmersmarket.org)
Canal Winchester - Canal Winchester Historical Society Parking Lot (10 W. Oak St.; Canal Winchester; Saturdays from Noon, starting May 30; http://www.thecwfm.org)
Clintonville - Ohio History Connection Parking Lot (800 E. 17th Ave., Linden; Saturdays 9AM-Noon; Drive-Through Only; http://www.clintonvillefarmersmarket.org)
Delaware - Delaware County Fairgrounds (236 Pennsylvania Ave., Delaware; Saturdays from 9AM-Noon; https://www.mainstreetdelaware.com/event/farmers-market/)
Downtown Columbus/Pearl Market - Pearl Alley & Gay Street (Downtown Columbus; Tuesdays/Fridays from 10:30-1 starting May 22; http://www.pearlmarket.org)
Dublin - Bridge Park (Dublin; Suspended until Further Notice; http://www.thedublinmarket.com)
Franklinton - 400 Square (Rich & Lucas St., Franklinton; Last Sunday of the Month from Noon to 4PM, May-September; http://400square.com)
Gahanna - Veteran's Park (207 W. Johnstown Rd., Gahanna; Sundays from 3-6PM - except June 21; https://www.makegahannayours.com/farmers-market/)
German Village - St. Mary School (700 S. 3rd St., German Village; Saturdays 10AM-Noon; http://www.stmaryschoolgv.org/farmersmarket)
Granville - Granville H.S. Parking Lot (248 New Burg St., Granville; Saturdays from 8:30AM-Noon; http://www.granvillefarmersmarket.com)

# 336 - Networking 201: Job Searching In The Time of Coronavirus


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

Tonight on the Show, a Revival of the Networking 101 Series (2012-2015), as 15 percent of the Nation is unemployed (unless you count Freelancers, than it's closer to 25 %), and over 10 percent of Americans have filed for Unemployment.

Tonight:
- Resumes: One page or two?
- Explaining gaps
- Why you should start searching sooner, rather than later

BOOKS CITED:
- Confessions of a Hiring Manager (J.T. Kirk)
- How To Get A Job and Keep It (Susan Morem)
- The Unemployed College Graduate’s Survival Guide (Bonnie Kerrigan Snyder)
and
- The Encore Career Handbook (Marci Alboher)

The DJBC Social Distancing Happy Hour May 4 Supersized Monologue (Cut For Time)


17:38 minutes (16.14 MB)

The FULL Monologue for The DJBC Social Distancing Happy Hour on May 4, 2020 that was cut for time. Panic Buying, COTA, Ohio State & Michigan, and the Primary are among the things discussed.

# 333 - The DJBCX: Happy Birthday In The Time of Coronavirus


59:17 minutes (54.29 MB)

The show celebrates nine years on the air tonight with the latest updates from the Stay At Home Order. The Weekend Warrior has updates on events that have been cancelled due to COVID-19/Coronavirus. And, then some.

LINKS (to Past Shows, with Resources):
# 332 - http://wcrsfm.org/content/332-down-and-out-quarantine-hills
# 331 - http://wcrsfm.org/content/331-hdash-hunker-down-and-stay-home

Our Studios May Be Closed, But We Are Still On The Air


By Bryan Curtiss, Writer

Last week, it was decided that the Free Press Carriage House would be closed until further notice. What does that mean necessarily? Does it mean that your favorite locally produced show will be going on an extended hiatus? Not quite. The decision to go on hiatus is solely on the producers of a respective show.

WCRS-FM is not the only radio station located at the Free Press Carriage House. WGRN 94.1 FM also records shows in the studio as well. Some shows are not produced in the studios at all, but in people’s homes (or studios), while some other shows that have been recorded at the Free Press Carriage House, including The DJBC Happy Hour, have moved to being recorded at home, and a few other shows will be on hiatus.

The Columbus Free Press Newspaper is also produced in the Free Press Carriage House. However, the Free Press did not print an April Issue, and will not be printing one in May either.

During this Coronavirus Pandemic, there has been a lot of good in the community during all of the chaos of people being laid off, companies being forced to close, and everyone being required to Stay at Home.

Ohio has taken an aggressive approach to the Pandemic, with people helping out others in need. There are the medical personnel, first responders, grocery store team members, bus drivers, and other essential workers who are risking their lives on a daily basis to do their jobs. Thank you.

Through all that, WCRS FM is still on the air, and is not going anywhere. Our show producers are just doing their shows from home, to weather this storm.
We are all in this together.

#InThisTogetherOhio
#HunkerDownAndStayHome

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