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# 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

# 324 - As the Impeachment Turns: Megxodus


59:45 minutes (54.71 MB)

Tonight on the show, we talk about a wide range of topics:
- As the Impeachment Turns - With an inevitable acquittal, does anything matter? And why an acquittal would be a "Hall of Fame" Shark Jump for this country.
- 2020 Primary - The Franklin County Dems made their Endorsements on January 23. Who got their endorsement for the coveted 3rd District Seat for U.S. Congress? Don't miss the first seven minutes.
- Megxodus - Has the Royal Family Jumped the Shark since Harry and Meghan want to live in Canada?
- Super Bowl LIV - Can the Kansas City Chiefs stop the San Francisco 49ers?
- Ohio & Michigan Basketball - Can the slumping B*ckeyes and Wolverines save their seasons?
- #OscarsSoWhite3: 18 of the 19 Acting Nominees are White
- The Weekend Warrior
and the show closes with the sad tragic death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant (1978-2020), who was killed in a helicopter crash on January 26.

# 318 - The One After We Lose Eight Straight and Harbaugh Is Fired


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the Show...
- The Game: Now that Xichigan has lost to the B*ckeyes for a Record Eighth Straight Year, it's time for Michigan to FIRE Jim Harbaugh. Is Ohio State beatable under Ryan Patrick Day?
- The Weekend Warrior Highlights Holiday Happenings and other Events Near You in December

# 317 - A New Day of Terror: Eight Straight to O-HI-O?


59:53 minutes (54.84 MB)

Tonight, it's "Beat Ohio Week" on The DJBC Happy Hour. But...will they? Or will it be a record eighth straight loss to "That School" (They call themselves the B*ckeyes).

# 312 - The One After The Debate


59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight on the show, a recap of the Westerville Democratic Presidential Candidate Debate, and a preview of the Ohio/Wisconsin & Notre Dame/Michigan games, and a speed read of the key Franklin County races this Election.

# 311 - Merry Debatesmas on Arawak City Day


59:12 minutes (54.2 MB)

Tonight on the show, a review of Bryan's article in this month's The Columbus Free Press on Columbus Day, plus a look ahead to the Democratic Presidential Debate on October 15 at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio. And the weekend's events.

# 310 - The DJBC Italian Halloween Disco Happy Hour


59:05 minutes (54.1 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Short North's two fall events - Highball Halloween and the Columbus Italian Festival are highlighted. Highball Halloween moves up two weeks this year (October 11 & 12), and the Italian Festival is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year. Plus, other things happening this weekend.

# 307 - 1989: Music and Headlines


2:01:12 minutes (110.97 MB)

1989. City Center and The Wexner Center open. Bo calls it a career and defines what a "Michigan Man" is. Charles Hustle gets banned from baseball FOR Life. It's Martial Law time in Beijing. Communism crumbles along the Berlin Wall. "Read My Lips! NO NEW TAXES!" The 1980s went out on a high note.

HEADLINES:
- Communism crumbles as the Berlin Wall comes tumbling down.
- George Herbert Walker Bush becomes the 41st President of the United States.
- Martial law takes place in China as students occupy Tiananmen Square.
- Major League Baseball Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti bans Pete Rose from baseball FOR LIFE for betting on the game; Eight days after said decision, Giamatti dies of a heart attack
- The Velvet Revolution takes place in Czechoslovakia.
- The Ayatollah Khomeini dies.
- Nicolae Ceacescu is captured and executed in Romania.
- Coming Soon

COLUMBUS in 1989:
- City Center Mall opens its doors for the First Time.
- The Wexner Center for the Arts opens on the campus of THE Ohio State University.
- "Son of Heaven" Exhibit takes place at the defunct Central High School.
- OSU promotes Randy Ayers to Head Basketball Coach after Gary Williams bolts for Maryland.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
World Series ("The Earthquake By The Bay") - Oakland A(thletic)s (First Crosstown World Series since 1956)
Super Bowl XXIII - San Francisco 49ers
Stanley Cup - Calgary Flames
NBA - Detroit Pistons
NCAA Football - Miami Hurricanes
NCAA Men's Basketball - Michigan Wolverines
NCAA Women's Basketball - Tennessee Lady Volunteers
Heisman Trophy: Andre Ware Jr., Quarterback (University of Houston)
Big Ten Football/The Game: Michigan Wolverines (in Bo's FINAL Year as Head Coach; started season as AP # 1)

EMMYS:
Comedy Series: Cheers (NBC)
Drama Series: L.A. Law (NBC)
Miniseries: War and Remembrance (ABC)
Made for TV Movie (TIE): Day One (CBS) and Roe vs. Wade (NBC)
Daytime Drama: Santa Barbara (NBC)

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