The Solar Eclipse Is Coming

The Solar Eclipse is taking place on Monday April 8, 2024. It will be the first eclipse over Ohio since 1806. The Eclipse will take place through Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire, plus tiny parts of Kentucky, Michigan, and Maine between 1PM EDT and 4:30PM EDT. Cities on the Eclipse Path include Dallas, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Buffalo, and the Columbus area.

**THIS WILL BE EDITED CONSTANTLY until April 7, 2024 as more Viewing Events are confirmed.**


Events Include (ALL are April 8, 2024 unless noted):
COSI & Land-Grant at Land-Grant Brewing Company (424 W. Town St., Franklinton)
Columbus Metropolitan Library (96 S. Grant Ave., Discovery District)
Columbus Recreation and Parks at Woodward Park (5147 Karl Road, Northland)

COTA compiled a list of suggested viewing areas along COTA Bus Lines: https://www.cota.com/blog/take-cota-to-see-solar-eclipse-on-monday/

Total Eclipse Of The Park at Jeffrey Mansion & Park (165 North Parkview Avenue)

First Friday - "The Space to Be" (April 5 in Downtown Delaware)
Darkness Over Delaware (April 6-8) at Delaware County Fairgrounds

Viewing Parties at Coffman Park (5200 Emerald Parkway) & Riverside Crossing Park (6635 Riverside Drive)

Viewing Party at Wyman Woods Park (1520 Goodale Boulevard)

Viewing Party at Kidspace (630 Wirt Road)

Viewing Party at Hilliard Station Park (4021 Main Street)

Viewing Party at Bevelhymer Park (7860 Bevelhymer Road)

Solar-Bration at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium (4850 W. Powell Rd.)

Viewing Party at Civic Park (6897 Daugherty Drive)

Viewing Party at Freedom Park (890 State Route 61)

Viewing Party at Hoff Woods Park (556 McCorkle Boulevard)


# 312 - The One After The Debate

59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight on the show, a recap of the Westerville Democratic Presidential Candidate Debate, and a preview of the Ohio/Wisconsin & Notre Dame/Michigan games, and a speed read of the key Franklin County races this Election.

# 311 - Merry Debatesmas on Arawak City Day

59:12 minutes (54.2 MB)

Tonight on the show, a review of Bryan's article in this month's The Columbus Free Press on Columbus Day, plus a look ahead to the Democratic Presidential Debate on October 15 at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio. And the weekend's events.

2019 WCRS Central Ohio High School Football Kickoff Special

29:20 minutes (26.86 MB)

Football season is here! Almost. The Regular Season of High School Football in Ohio kicks off on August 29, and ends on November 2.

In this podcast:
- Buckeye Valley jumps to the Mid-State League
- No more football for Rosecrans
- Division Re-Alignments
- Week 8; High School Football vs. THE Ohio State Buckeyes
- "Every Game is a Road Game, including the Home Games" - Bishops Watterson and Ready
- The NEW Golden Era in Bexley

Link to Central Ohio Schedules, Week by Week: https://www.thisweeknews.com/sports/20190820/friday-night-live-2019-cent...

THURSDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Games on CW Columbus: http://cwcolumbus.com/sports/content/2019-thursday-night-lights-schedule...
August 29 - Centennial (City League North) at Grandview Heights (MSL Ohio)
Sept. 5 - Walnut Ridge (City League South) at Pataskala Watkins Memorial (Licking County League BIG)
Sept. 12 - Johnstown (LCL Small) at Newark Licking Valley (LCL Big?)
Sept. 19 - Bloom-Carroll at Hamilton Township (MSL Cardinal)
Sept. 26 - Logan at Chillicothe (SE Ohio League)
Oct. 3 - Bishop Ready at Gahanna Columbus Academy (MSL Ohio)
Oct. 10 - Columbus Independence at Marion-Franklin (City League South)
Oct. 17 - Westerville Central at Olentangy Orange (OCC Buckeye)
Oct. 24 - Worthington Kilbourne at Hilliard Bradley (OCC Cardinal)
Oct. 31 (Season Finale) - Columbus St. Francis DeSales at Bishop Hartley (CCL)

# 152: Peace, Love, and the Fourth of July

59:38 minutes (54.61 MB)

Tonight on the Show,

Parades and Fireworks on the Fourth of July near you. http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/122423480953/fourth-of-july-in-cen...

In the opening segment, the DJBC tackles three big headlines since he was gone on vacation - two of which were featured on other shows.

"Spirit of '76" - Stan Freberg
"Fireworks" - Schoolhouse Rock
"I Love America" - Patrick Juvet
"I Am The United States" - Aladdin
"The President Kennedy March" - Lawrence Welk
"1776 Finale" - 1776 Cast

Star Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix
Only in America - Brooks & Dunn
Song of Freedom - Bing Crosby
State of Independence - Donna Summer
Grand Old Flag - James Cagney/Yankee Doodle Dandy
Hail to the Victors - University of Michigan Marching Band
America - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
I Love America - Patrick Juvet
The House I Live In - Frank Sinatra
(Clip from Mr. Smith Goes to Washington/Democracy Now)
Battle Hymn of the Republic - Lawrence Welk
Freedom Isn't Free - Team America: World Police
America the Beautiful - Frank Sinatra
America the Beautiful - Mitt Romney
America the Beautiful - Ray Charles
Pledge of Allegiance - Red Skelton
America (Redacted) Yeah - Team America: World Police (NOTE: Clip has been censored by the production staff of this show)
The Egg - 1776 Original Broadway Cast
Star Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix

A Roadtrip Around Columbus: The Best of Bicentennial Minute

59:22 minutes (54.36 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back with the shorts series "Bicentennial Minute", and a preview of "A Trip Around Columbus".

The Bicentennial Minutes:
- Downtown
- German Village
- Short North
- Grandview
- Upper Arlington
- Hilliard
- Dublin
- Westerville
- Reynoldsburg
- Olde Towne East
- Bexley
- Groveport/Canal Winchester
- Grove City
- Franklinton
- King-Lincoln District


3:45 minutes (3.43 MB)
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