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# 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)

# 335 - May The Fourth Be With You


59:53 minutes (54.83 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- Latest Updates on COVID-19 (as of May 1, 2020)
- Canceled Events around Town (also as of May 1, 2020)
- Star Wars and Mexican-themed Music (for May the Fourth Be With You & Cinco de Mayo)
- A recap of Michigan and the NFL Draft, plus what it will take to finally Beat Ohio State (and restore glory to College Football)
- The 50th Anniversary of the Kent State Tragedy

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.

# 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

# 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.

# 321 - May I Interest You in Festivus with Mrs. Claus


59:35 minutes (54.56 MB)

Tonight, Mrs. Claus joins in on the Christmas Eve Eve fun on The DJBC Happy Hour. The grievances of Festivus were cut for time, though. In Last Call, DJBC predicts the Fiesta Bowl between 13-0 Ohio and 13-0 Clemson.

# 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

# 316 - 1999: Music and Headlines


59:35 minutes (54.55 MB)

Tonight on the show, we celebrate with Prince's favorite year, 1999. The last year of the 20th Century, 1999 capped out a decade and century both of highs and lows, and paved the gateway to the 21st Century.

HEADLINES:
- President Clinton is impeached and subsequently acquitted for his inappropriate relationship with White House Intern Monica Lewinsky.
- 12 students and one teacher are killed in the deadliest school shooting (at that time) at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado.
- The International War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague indicts Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic for War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity against the nation of Kosovo.
- John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette are killed in a plane crash in July.
- Russian President Boris Yeltsin announces his resignation in December, and Yeltsin is replaced by the 45th President of these United States, Vladimir Putin.
- East Timor announces a referendum on Independence from Indonesia.
- Ford purchases Volvo.
- Panama gains control of the Panama Canal from the United States on December 31.
- The Y2K Bug has people on edge.
- Napster, MySpace, and the Bluetooth were born.
- The longest-running Primetime Drama Series in Television History, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit makes its debut.

LOCAL HEADLINES:
- Bob Taft (R) takes office as Ohio's Governor. But, for 11 days, Maureen O'Connor (R) takes Office as Ohio's First Female Governor after Governor George Voinovich (R) resigns 11 days before the end of his second term to assume his seat in the United States Senate.
- The Easton Town Center opens its doors in Northeast Columbus, becoming Columbus's premier Shopping and Nightlife Destination for the Greater Columbus Area.

MB - "The Football Fever Promo: Free Chase Young"


2:27 minutes (2.24 MB)

"The Football Fever Promo: Free Chase Young" - a Cold Open Sketch Parody of the ABC6 "THE Football Fever" Promo, ripping the Chase Young Suspension from THE Ohio State Buckeyes.

From The DJBC Happy Hour, # 315, Unaired on WCRS (released on November 10, re-uploaded on November 12, 2019).

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