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Holiday Cooking

11/18/2019
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As the holidays approach, it’s time for home cooks to start preparation. Today on All Sides, we talk with Sam Sifton, the New York Times food editor, what dishes to prepare, preparation, new recipes and more. Guests: Sam Sifton, food editor , The New York Times Rich Terapak , WOSU food critic , Chefs in the City cohost

Duration:00:50:06

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

11/18/2019
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Two dozen state lawmakers have introduce a bill that would ban abortions in Ohio. House Bill 413 would legally recognize an unborn human as a person. Today on the Reporter Roundtable on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the politics of abortion, another school funding plan, and the impeachment inquiry. Guests : Laura Bischoff , State Government Reporter, Dayton Daily News Jackie Borchardt, Columbus bureau chief, Cincinnati Enquirer Karen Kasler, Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau

Duration:00:49:41

TEDx Columbus: Spark

11/14/2019
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The 2019 TEDxColumbus on Friday revolves around the theme of “spark,” that is the start of something great. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the meaning of spark with two of the planned speakers. Guests : Megan Buren , TEDxColumbus event organizer Will Burrus , Chief Digital Problem Solver, ModernTechnologies Saideepika “Sai” Rayala , student, founder of Columbus Civic

Duration:00:49:39

Columbus City Schools Superintendent Talisa Dixon

11/14/2019
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Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon has said she is focused on improving conditions in Ohio’s largest school district. That includes everything from school transportation safety to air conditioning to third grade reading levels. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: Columbus City Schools Superintendent Talisa Dixon talks about her plans. Guests: Talisa Dixon , Columbus City Schools Superintendent

Duration:00:49:58

Tech Tuesday: Video Games And Screen Time

11/12/2019
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China has instituted an online video-game curfew for minors, banning anyone younger than 18 from online play between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. Intended to thwart video-game addiction, the curfew was ordered amid increasing awareness of the impacts of gaming. Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: video games and screen time. Guests: Joel Moskowitz, Director of the Center for Family and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley Anthony Bean, Licensed...

Duration:00:49:38

How Reading Is Taught

11/12/2019
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Columbus City Schools Superintendent Talisa Dixon last month increased the minimum reading score that third graders must achieve at the beginning of the year. The move means that 97% of the district’s third graders will be placed on a reading improvement plan this school year. Teachers have protested the move, saying it’s a plot to inflate state report card scores and that it will shift too much attention away from students who really need help. Today on All Sides: how children learn to...

Duration:00:49:56

Changing Views On The Death Penalty

11/11/2019
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Governor Mike DeWine delayed execution dates again last week for two death-row inmates as the state continues its search for a pharmaceutical company willing to sell drugs for use in executions. It marks the first time in three years Ohio will not hold any executions in a calendar year.

Duration:00:50:15

Managing Sewage Runoff

11/11/2019
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Sewage overflow is an issue in the U.S. The EPA estimates that each year as many as 75,000 sanitary sewers overflow across the country, dumping untold gallons of untreated sewage into U.S. Waterways.

Duration:00:50:09

Birds And Climate Change

11/8/2019
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Nearly two-thirds of North America’s birds could be at risk of extinction due to climate change. According to a report from the National Audubon Society, if the global temperature rise by 5.4 degrees Fahrenheit by the year 2100, 389 species of birds around the continent will be at risk for extinction. In Ohio, we could see as many as 19 species of birds disappear by 2080 if the warming climate continues to persist. Today on All Sides, climate change and its impact on birds. Guests: Aaron...

Duration:00:49:53

All Sides Weekend: Books

11/8/2019
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Today on All Sides Weekend with Christopher Purdy, the latest quick picks from the Columbus Metropolitan library, and more. Guests: Kassie Rose , WOSU book critic Kris Hickey, Director of Youth Services, Columbus Metropolitan Library Whetstone branch Mark Maxwell , District Manager, Half Price Books

Duration:00:50:04

The History And Legacy Of Prohibition

11/7/2019
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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Volstead Act, which banned the manufacture, sale and transportation of liquor in the U.S. In the era that came to be known as Prohibition, organized crime flourished, catapulting mobsters such as Al Capone into the national spotlight, and entrenching organized crime into the American political, criminal and social landscape. Thirteen years after the Volstead Act went into effect, it was repealed by the 21st Amendment. Today on All Sides with Ann...

Duration:00:50:19

Wellness Wednesday: Daylight Saving Time

11/6/2019
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Americans across the country gained an hour early Sunday, ending the latest cycle of Daylight Saving Time. That means sunlight is scarcer. And just because the clocks read one time doesn’t mean our bodies won’t respond to another. Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: Daylight Saving Time and sleep. Guests : Dr. Lubna Munshi , Endocrinologist and diabetes expert, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center T erry Cralle , registered nurse, clinical sleep educator,...

Duration:00:49:59

Third Party Candidates

11/6/2019
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Third-party candidates aren’t new. Even before the modern Democratic and Republican parties staked out their territory in the American political landscape, candidates outside the mainstream have waged challenges to the status quo. Most of the time, they lose. But they do matter. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the history and future of third-party candidates in the American political system. Guests: Paul Beck, Political Scientist , Ohio State University Barbara Perry , Gerald L. Baliles...

Duration:00:50:20

Tech Tuesday: Social Media And Political Advertisements

11/5/2019
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey last week announced that the social media platform will ban all political ads. Dorsey said that he’s concerned political ads will impact the “democratic infrastructure,” and that the reach of a message “should be earned, not bought.” Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: social media and politics. Guests: Brian Fung , technology reporter, CNN Martin Fleming , Vice President and Chief Economist at IBM Russell Holly , Android Central, Contributing Editor

Duration:00:49:54

Affordable Housing

11/5/2019
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When plans for a new downtown stadium for the Crew SC were unveiled last December, they included 885 new residential units nearby with a minimum of 20 percent to be affordable. But during the following six months, the number of housing units was whittled by half and the decision about affordable housing was left to the developer. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the need for and challenges to provide affordable housing. Guests : Bill Bush , r eporter, The Columbus Dispatch Rachel Kleit ,...

Duration:00:50:35

Protesting Infrastructure

11/4/2019
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State lawmakers across the country are mulling model legislation intended to discourage protests at so-called critical infrastructure projects such as oil and gas pipelines. Supporters say the idea is to protect property and safety. Opponents say the idea is to stifle free speech. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the right to protest at critical infrastructure projects. Guests: Dave Thompson , News Director Prairie Public Media J en Hensley , Sierra Club State Lobbying & Advocacy Director...

Duration:00:50:38

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

11/4/2019
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Governor Mike DeWine delayed execution dates again last week for two death-row inmates as the state continues its search for a pharmaceutical company willing to sell drugs for use in executions. It marks the first time in three years Ohio will not hold any executions in a calendar year. Today on the Weekly Reporter Roundtable on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the death penalty in Ohio, and more. Guests: Andy Chow, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter Jessie Balmert , State...

Duration:00:50:15

All Sides Weekend: Chefs In The City

11/1/2019
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Wine can be the perfect complement to a good meal, and pairing is an art. Join us for All Sides Chefs in the City as we discuss the craft of wine pairing and the city’s fine dining establishment, Veritas. Guests: Steve Stover , WOSU Food Critic Josh Dalton , Veritas Chef-owner Gregory Stokes , Manager and Sommelier Veritas Restaurant

Duration:00:50:23

Wellness Wednesday: AI & Healthcare

10/30/2019
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Artificial intelligence could transform the healthcare industry, addressing issues as disparate as physician burnout and underserved rural medicine. AI also could change the approach from curing diseases to staying healthy. Without public trust, however, AI can’t help. Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: The role of artificial intelligence in healthcare, and more. Guests : Dr. Thomas Pommering, Division Chief for Sports Medicine and Medical Director for Nationwide...

Duration:00:49:48

Nontraditional College Students

10/30/2019
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The image of the typical college student is someone between the ages of 18 and 23, single and childless. But a new report from the United States Government Accountability Office says that 1 in 5 college students are parents. Many work full-time jobs while enrolled in classes. Many are the first in the family to attend college. And increasing numbers are military veterans. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the changing demographics of college students and how government and the institutions...

Duration:00:49:51