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All Sides Weekend: Arts & Culture

5/18/2018
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Today, join guest host Chris Purdy as he disusses The Benefit, a charity event to rasie money for local medical research, the Summer Film series at the Ohio Theater and other topics related to the arts scene in Columbus.

Duration:00:49:42

The Science of Scheduling Our Lives

5/18/2018
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Research shows that the way we perform in the classroom or in the workplace can be heavily influenced by the time of day. There are also ideal times in our lives to get married, exercise, take breaks, and find a new job. We'll sit down with an author and talk about the research he found behind timing to improve our lives.

Duration:00:49:17

Urban Zen & Mindfulness

5/17/2018
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Urban Zen Integrative Therapy is used to help alleviate symptoms of illness such as pain, anxiety, and insomnia. More recently, it has been introduced in schools to help students learn how to regulate feelings of stress. Today, we discuss Urban Zen. mindfulness, and their benefits.

Duration:00:49:35

Political Junkie Ken Rudin

5/17/2018
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Tuesday saw primaries in four states, including Pennsylvania, where four women emerged as the Democratic contenders for Congressional elections in November. Progressive Democrats also showed strength on Tuesday, and Republicans did not. Join us as we look at these and last week's primary results and what they may signal for the midterms with Political Junkie Ken Rudin. We will also discuss reported tension between Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump's aides, threats by North...

Duration:00:49:49

Wellness Wednesday: Social Isolation, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure & Cancer Preventing Foods

5/16/2018
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In an age of social media and film streaming, Americans are becoming more and more socially isolated. Social isolation is considered more objective than loneliness as it includes how one lives and their number of social ties. Today, we discuss the impact of social isolation in America, the upcoming Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Columbus and cancer preventing foods.

Duration:00:49:42

The Supreme Court Decision on Sports Betting

5/16/2018
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday to give states the power to decide if they want to allow betting on sports events. The decision was the latest milestone in an decades-old dispute on the pros and cons of such gambling. Join us today as we discuss plans already underway in other states to take advantage of the ruling, legislation in the works that would allow Congress to gain more control of the betting, and opinions on the issue from Ohio leaders.

Duration:00:50:00

Tech Tuesday: Self-Driving Cars In Ohio And The Analog Photography Resurgence

5/15/2018
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Governor John Kasich signed an executive order last week authorizing tech companies use Ohio's public roads for testing driverless vehicles. Kasich hopes the order will help Ohio shift its reputation from being a "rust belt" state to a "knowledge belt" state, while also competing with neighbors such as Pennsylvania. Join us for a conversation on what to expect as self-driving cars make their local debut.

Duration:00:49:55

Women in Politics

5/15/2018
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In the United States Congress, men outnumber women nearly four to one. Based on the results of last Tuesday's primary election, this may be changing as nearly a third of women running for the House won their major party nominations. Some women running were inspired by the election of Donald Trump to take action. Join us today as we consider the growing relevance women have in politics.

Duration:00:49:32

Columbus Craft Beer Week 2018

5/14/2018
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Columbus hosts its annual Craft Beer Week from May 11th until May 20th. The festival will include varying tastes including sour beers from Pretentious Barrel House, the first dedicated sour brewery company in Columbus. Join us today as we discuss craft beer, how the brews are made, and what to expect from this year's festivities.

Duration:00:49:49

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

5/14/2018
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After last Tuesday's primaries in Ohio, today's roundtable will reflect on the results and whether there were signs of a potential "blue wave" in the upcoming general election in November. Join us as we also discuss the number of school levies passed, State Auditor Dave Yost's review of ECOT, Ohio lawmakers' upcoming election of a new House Speaker, and more.

Duration:00:49:48

Live from the Chadwick Arboretum: Growing Summer Cocktails

5/11/2018
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As the weather warms, patio cocktails come back into style. One way to spice up a summer drink is by adding fresh herbs from your own garden. Join us today live from the Chadwick Arboretum as we talk cocktail gardens and fresh drink ingredients.

Duration:00:49:26

Live from Chadwick Arboretum: Public Gardens

5/11/2018
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Today, All Sides broadcasts live from Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens as central Ohio and the country celebrate National Public Gardens Day. In addition to providing a space for relaxation, public gardens enable opportunities for education, environmental preservation, growing produce, and connections with social and arts events. Join us today as we discuss the history and importance of public gardens.

Duration:00:49:43

Hip-Hop & Culture

5/10/2018
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This weekend, rapper Childish Gambino released his new song "This Is America" and the accompanying music video. The video contains multiple layers that speak to the black experience in America and the influence that black artists have. Gambino's release is another entry in the long list of accomplishments made by black artists in just the past few months, from Beyonce headlining Coachella to Kendrick Lamar winning a Pulitzer for his album DAMN. Join us today as we discuss the influence...

Duration:00:49:21

Immigration Policy Separating Parents from Children

5/10/2018
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On Monday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Session announced a "zero tolerance" policy for immigrants entering the country without documentation. As a result of similar recent federal actions, immigrant parents have been separated from their children -- often U.S. citizens -- and have been forced to turn to other avenues for support, including churches. One such religious institution includes the Columbus Mennonite Church, which recently allowed Edith Espinal of Mexico to be the first...

Duration:00:49:24

Ohio Primary Results

5/9/2018
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Today we take a look at the results of Ohio's primary races, and what the outcomes could mean for the general election come November.

Duration:00:49:32

Wellness Wednesday: Improving Research Diversity, Gretchen Reynolds, and Women’s Health

5/9/2018
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While the number of minorities living in the U.S. is expected to exceed 50 percent by 2044, there is a significant lack in representation of these communities among medical researchers and study participants. Today we look into efforts being made to improve inclusion of minorities in such research, including a new study that will ensure 51 percent of its one million participants come from underrepresented groups. We then discuss the benefits of exercise on health with New York Times Well...

Duration:00:49:17

Tech Tuesday: Facebook Dating Service and Mars InSight

5/8/2018
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Facebook has announced plans to integrate a dating service onto their platform. This comes after the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal and has many experts unsure of whether Facebook has chosen the correct time for this release. NASA has also launched a new mission to Mars in an attempt to discover the origins of the planet through heat probes, marsquake readings, and sonogram pictures. Join us today as we discuss the potential risks of Facebook dating services, what NASA hopes to...

Duration:00:49:17

The Korea Agreement

5/8/2018
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Today at 10 a.m. Last week the leaders of North Korea and South Korea signed an agreement towards the denuclearization of the peninsula and to end the Korean War. The meeting between the leaders marked a drastic change in tone from Kim Jong Un and has raised hopes that peace in the region may become a reality. Join us today as we discuss what the agreement means for the two nations moving forward and for U.S. relations.

Duration:00:49:33

Cycling in Ohio

5/7/2018
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Today at 11 a.m. Cycling is evolving, and the changes are visible here in Ohio. New bike lanes, e-bikes, and sharrows are examples of infrastructures adapting to increased bike traffic. However, hazards such as distracted drivers and autonomous vehicles pose risk towards riders. Today we discuss the landscape of cycling.

Duration:00:49:18

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

5/7/2018
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Today at 10 a.m. Ohio's primary election day is this Tuesday. We'll look at all the races and the candidates that will be decided, and what it could mean for the general election come November. We'll also look at new requirements for pain patients to get opiates, bail reforms that could save Ohio taxpayers millions, and more with our panel of reporters.

Duration:00:49:47

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