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Gentrification or Development

1/15/2018
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An Indiana developer breaks ground this year on 1,700 apartments, 150 hotel rooms and nearly a million square feet of office and retail space in Franklinton. Today we examine housing affordability in Columbus and the pros and cons of gentrification.

Duration: 00:49:37


All Sides Weekend: Books

1/12/2018
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Join us today with guest host Christopher Purdy as we discuss the best reads of 2017 with a panel of guests. Guests: Kassie Rose , book critic, WOSU Robin Nesbitt , manager, Hilliard branch, Columbus Library Mark Maxwell , assistant district manager, Half Priced Books Books Mentioned Include: The Grass is Singing - by Doris Lessing The Last Place You Look - by Kristen Lepionka My Favorite Thing is Monsters, Vol. 1 - by Emil Ferris Lincoln in the Bardo - by George Saunders Fire and Fury - by...

Duration: 00:49:22


How Thrifting Changed the Retail Industry

1/12/2018
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The landscape of retail continues to change, including the rise the thrift and resale shops. What’s more, they’re thriving as longtime retail titans continue to fall. Today we examine the business of thrift and resale shops and how they’re changing the retail industry.

Duration: 00:49:43


Invasive Plants in Ohio

1/11/2018
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The state of Ohio has outlawed the selling and distribution of 38 invasive plant species in a bid to protect fragile native plant and animal populations. Today, we discuss the environmental threat these plants pose and how the Ohio Invasive Plants Council plans to halt their spread.

Duration: 00:49:37


Sexual Assault of People With Intellectual Disabilites

1/11/2018
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People with intellectual disabilities are sexually assaulted at a rate seven times higher than people without disabilities. Coming up, we'll hear from a reporter who has covered these assaults in a special NPR series called Abused and Betrayed , and how local advocacy groups are combating them.

Duration: 00:49:35


Wellness Wednesday: Falling Safely, Fighting Obesity, and Best Diets for 2018

1/10/2018
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Falls are the leading cause of injury-related emergency room visits, hospitalizations and deaths among Ohioans 65 and older. Coming up, how a martial arts instructor in Columbus is taking the fear out of falling by teaching older adults how to do it safely. Plus, we’ll look at the country's worsening obesity crisis and explore the top-ranked diets for 2018.

Duration: 00:49:14


Ohio's Voter Purge

1/10/2018
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The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments today supporting and opposing Ohio's practice of purging inactive voters from the rolls. Coming up, we'll hear from both sides of the issue and consider the policy's legality and impact on voting in Ohio.

Duration: 00:49:14


Tech Tuesday: States Tackle Net Neutrality, Top Cyber Threats for 2018

1/9/2018
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The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era net neutrality rules in December but the battle is far from over. Litigation is expected on several fronts and some states, not including Ohio, are working on legislation to regulate internet service providers.

Duration: 00:49:34


Changes in Federal Marijuana Enforcement

1/9/2018
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Last week, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded Obama-era guidance that has generally allowed states to implement their own marijuana laws without federal interference. Today, we discuss what this change in policy might mean for states such as California and Colorado with growing marijuana industries and potential impacts for the future of marijuana legality in Ohio.

Duration: 00:49:33


Winter Birding

1/8/2018
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Not every living creature is hunkered down some place warm. Learn how our local feathered friends still take to the sky in freezing temperatures and hear more about birds that are easy to spot during the colder months.

Duration: 00:49:40


Weekly Reporter Roundtable

1/8/2018
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Ohio Republican Josh Mandel on Friday abruptly bowed out of the Republican primary for U.S. Senate. He said that an undisclosed health issue facing his wife would require his full attention outside of his current role as state treasurer. The surprise announcement leaves Republicans without a top contender to take on Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown in 2018. We'll tackle that and also how Jeff Sessions's new marijuana policy affect Ohio.

Duration: 00:49:36


Chefs in the City

1/5/2018
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Join us for a look at what happened in food last year and what's to come for 2018 in restaurants, bars, eateries and Columbus foodie culture.

Duration: 00:49:33


Extreme Winter Weather

1/4/2018
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We thought we heard the last of the term "polar vortex" in 2014 but it looks and feels like it's back with a vengeance. As a winter “bomb cyclone” continues to blast the East coast, we'll look at tips for staying warm and what causes this weather phenomenon.

Duration: 00:49:30


Wellness Wednesday

1/3/2018
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Learn more about a unique workout and who inspired it. Also coming up, tips on getting better sleep in 2018 and how to make moving apart of your daily routine.

Duration: 00:49:22


The Future of Central Ohio's Economy

1/3/2018
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A look at the state of the economy in Central Ohio and what to expect in 2018. Find out what opportunities for growth exist and what areas needed development.

Duration: 00:49:34


Tech Tuesday: Year End Review

1/2/2018
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Join us for a look back at the biggest developments, news and scandals in tech in 2017. Also get a look at what could be big for tech in 2018.

Duration: 00:49:40


The Trump Adminstration in 2018

1/2/2018
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A look at the plans and policies President Trump hopes to enact in 2018. Find out what will happen to healthcare, education and the economy in the coming months.

Duration: 00:49:34


Inside the World of Wine

12/29/2017
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Today at 11am Wine. Does it make you think of aroma, color, additives? Those are just a few of the components that wine experts must consider when they judge a bottle. How they use their senses to do their job is the subject of a new book. It tells the story of their struggles and what they give up to fully taste the wine.

Duration: 00:49:42


Inside the World of Wine

12/29/2017
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Wine. Does it make you think of aroma, color, additives? Those are just a few of the components that wine experts must consider when they judge a bottle. How they use their senses to do their job is the subject of a new book. It tells the story of their struggles and what they give up to fully taste the wine. Author and journalist Bianca Bosker joins us to talk about her new book: Cork Dork: A Wine-Fueled Adventure Among the Obsessive Sommeliers, Big Bottle Hunters, and Rogue Scientists Who...

Duration: 00:49:42


President William McKinley's Overlooked Legacy

12/29/2017
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Today at 10am With his term cut short by assassination and his legacy overshadowed by his successor's over the top personality, not much remains in the story of America's 25th president, William McKinley. A new book, however, shines light on who McKinley was and how his time in office changed America forever.

Duration: 00:49:06

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