the djbc happy hour

# 233: An Evening with Perry Kevish


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show, Halloween, Halloween, and a preview of the 10th Anniversary of Highball Halloween, October 20 & 21 in the Short North. Plus, who's going to show up at my door for Trick or Treat?

# 231: 1952 - Music & Headlines


58:56 minutes (53.96 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Music and Headlines of 1952. America liked Ike. America also loved Lucy. Tonight, the soundtrack of 1952.

LINKS:
http://www.pop-culture.us/Annual/1952.html
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1952.html
http://www.angelfire.com/md2/timewarp/1952.html
http://www.babyboomers.com/1952
https://www.popculturemadness.com/PCM/1952/1952-fun-facts-trivia-history/

# 229: Harvey and Irma and Boomer and Emmy


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

Tonight on the show, a preview of the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Who will win for Drama Series? Who won at the Creative Arts Emmys, and a recap of Oklahoma's thrilling win over the B*ckeyes, and why it's time to move on from the B*ckeyes.

All that, plus happenings around town.

# 228: August 14, 2017


59:06 minutes (54.12 MB)

In the Summer Finale of the DJBC Happy Hour, the news of the week, and events happening around town near you. Plus why 2017 needs to be the YEAR of the Wolverine in the Big Ten.

# 227: 1987: Music & Headlines


2:00:45 minutes (110.55 MB)

HEADLINES:
- President Reagan orders Soviet Premier Gorbachev to "tear down the Berlin Wall".
- Iran Contra

LOCAL HEADLINES:
- Ohio State FIRES Head Coach Earle Bruce after nine seasons; The B*ckeyes go out on top in Bruce's final game, a 23-20 win over Michigan. Ohio's last win in Ann Arbor until Jim Tressel became coach.
- Wexley (Which involves Buck Rinehart, Les Wexner, Columbus, and New Albany; which led to the sprawl of the tiny fishing village of New Albany, which led to the conception of Easton down the road)
- Columbus Mayor Buck Rinehart is re-elected.

LOCAL SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Baseball, D-I: Upper Arlington Golden Bears
Boy's Basketball, D-II: Columbus St. Francis DeSales Stallions
Football, D-IV: Gahanna Columbus Academy Vikings
Football, D-V: Newark Catholic Green Wave
Field Hockey: Bexley Columbus School for Girls Unicorns

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers (the LAST Magic vs. Larry Championship meeting)
NCAA Tournament: Indiana Hoosiers
World Series: Minnesota Twins
Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers
NCAA Football: Miami Hurricanes
NCAA Women's Basketball: Tennessee Lady Volunteers (first-ever win for Lady Vols)
Big Ten Football: Michigan State Spartans
The Game: Ohio State (in their "Bowl Game" in 1987, Earle Bruce's FINAL game), 23-20 in Ann Arbor

Also in sports, the Denver Broncos finished off the Cleveland Browns in "The Drive" in the 1986 AFC Championship Game in Cleveland, leading John Elway and the Broncos to a Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants.

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series: The Golden Girls (NBC)
Drama Series: L.A. Law (NBC)
Daytime Drama: As the World Turns (CBS)
Drama Special: Promise - Hallmark Hall of Fame (NBC)
Limited Series: A Year in the Life (NBC)
Lead Actor, Comedy Series: Michael J. Fox, Family Ties (NBC)
Lead Actor, Drama Series: Bruce Willis, Moonlighting (ABC)
Lead Actor, Limited Series/Special: James Woods, Promise - Hallmark Hall of Fame (CBS)

# 226: The BEST of Christmas in July


58:48 minutes (53.83 MB)

# 225: A Very Jazzy Christmas in July


58:48 minutes (53.84 MB)

Tonight on the show, we're jazzing up Christmas in July with some jazzy Christmas tunes.

# 224: 1977: Music & Headlines


2:02:32 minutes (112.2 MB)

"May the Force Be With You." - Star Wars (Episode IV, A New Hope)

HEADLINES:
- "Blackout '77: Once More With Looting" - New York City went under a blackout for 36 hours.
- The Son of Sam Killer strikes in New York City.
- The Apple 2 Computer is created.
- The Trans-Alaska Pipeline opens.
- South African student leader Steve Biko starves to death.
- Jimmy Carter pardons Draft Dodgers and asks Americans to conserve energy.
- Voyager I & II were launched into the Solar System.
- The last guillotine execution takes place in France.

COLUMBUS:
- Ohio Supreme Court Justice Robert M. Duncan rules in favor of desegregating Columbus City Schools, a landmark and game-changing decision for Columbus City Schools.
- Columbus resident and State employee Susan Perkins is crowned Miss America.
- Jack Nicklaus wins in his very own tournament, The Memorial Tournament in Dublin.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS of 1977:
Triple Crown: Seattle Slew
Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders
World Series: New York Yankees
NBA Finals: Portland Trail Blazers
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
NCAA Tournament: Marquette Golden Eagles
College Football: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Class AA High School Basketball: Linden McKinley Panthers
Heisman Trophy: Earl Campbell, Texas
The Game/Big Ten: Michigan
The Memorial: Jack Nicklaus himself

ENTERTAINMENT:
Roots becomes a cultural phenomenon, airing on ABC for eight consecutive nights.
Star Wars is released for the very first time, starting a global franchise that has blasted into the galaxy for over 40 years.
Censors are aghast of controversial shows Soap and Three's Company.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show goes out on top and on Happy Days, the Fonz literally jumps the shark.
The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, passes away.

# 223: The 2017 Bryan Awards Nominations


58:45 minutes (53.79 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Bryan Award nominations, plus a preview of the Emmy Nominations.

# 222: This Is MY America (The SUPER-Sized Edition)


1:59:46 minutes (109.66 MB)

Tonight, it's Patriotic Music to get you ready to celebrate America's birthday.

Local Fireworks & Parades: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/161359237791/july-4th-calendar-201...

More Fireworks: http://www.10tv.com/article/list-independence-day-celebrations-across-ce...

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