All Sides Weekend: Books04/24/15
This weekend, readers will have the opportunity to meet their favorite Ohio authors at the ninth annual Ohioana Book Festival. Join Classical 101 host...
War on Civilians
War has a devastating effect on the civilians inadvertently caught in the crossfire. The horrors are compounded when civilians are purposefully targeted...
Abuse of Developmentally Disabled Individuals
According to a recent survey, one third of those with developmental disabilities reported being victimized by some type of sexual abuse. We look at the...
Wellness Wednesday: Emotion Reliever, E-Doctors, Baby Blues
Acetaminophen, Tylenol's active ingredient, is a well-known headache reliever, but a new study found it may also blunt emotional pain--and pleasure. We...
Conditions for Undocumented Immigrants
A recent study ranked Ohio last when it comes to the health and well-being policies for undocumented immigrants. In this episode, we look at Ohio's laws...
Tech Tuesday: Google vs. EU, Moore's Law 50th anniversary,...
With sixty percent of the world's market shares under its control, it's no doubt that Google is the world's most popular search engine.
Wages and the Economy
The economy has been seeing steady growth for some time after the recession. And yet, while some big companies raise their pay scales, overall wages...
Statehouse Reporters Roundtable
Governor John Kasich says that he's "seriously considering" running for president, as the Republican presidential field crowds with hopefuls: Senators...
Money Smarts: Finding Security in a Changing World
By 2030, approximately 70 million Americans will be 65 or older. Most will outlive their parents' and grandparents' generations, but many will also...
Foods for a Healthy Brain
An estimated five million Americans have Alzheimer's Disease, and the modern American diet is not helping reduce that statistic.
Tech Tuesday: Apple Watch, Kids Tech, Gadgets
The Apple watch is set to release later this month and with about one million pre-orders made it's anticipated to be successful. Coming up, an overall...
Stargazing in the Spring
Every spring brings changes: trees blooming, birds chirping--and stars and planets shifting place in the night sky as the Earth moves in its orbit. Join...
Using Fresh Herbs in Your Recipes
Springtime is finally here in Central Ohio, and for some, that means steering away from root vegetables and heavy soups and moving toward fresher,...
Experience International Travel Without a Passport
Trips overseas can be costly, but if you're on a shoestring budget, there are many opportunities to experience foreign cultures without getting on a...
Dinnertime Survival Guide
Balancing a hectic lifestyle with healthy eating can be a challenge but it's not impossible.
Wellness Wednesday: Anorexia News, Food Safety, Happy Feet
11 am There's nothing fun about food poisoning but it usually passes quickly– sometimes with the help of a strong antibiotic. A new foreign strain has landed in the US and it's not only nasty, but is also very contagious and drug resistant. Coming up,...
Landlines and Internet-based Service
10am For the past few years, AT&T and Verizon have been attempting to get their customers to abandon landlines and move to phones based on internet service. Their goal is to finalize such a transition by 2020. This proposal has met with opposition,...
Tech Tuesday: Smartphone Use, Memes, Gadgets
11 am Information access is more widely available since the advent of smartphones. Those who in the past couldn't afford a PC or internet connection, can now easily scroll their favorite news apps, search for a job online, or check email. This hour,...
The Framework for a Deal with Iran
10am Last week, the United States and five other world powers--the "P5+1"--unveiled a framework for an agreement with Iran over the latter's nuclear program. The deadline for a final agreement is June 30. Critics in Congress and elsewhere say the deal...
The Health of Ohio's Lakes and Waterways
11 am The spread of toxic algae in Lake Erie has impacted drinking water and become a top priority for Ohio legislators. Governor John Kasich recently signed legislation that is expected to help reduce some of the causes of the algae growth. We'll...
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