the djbc happy hour

# 382 - No, No Nanette: The Golden Tribute Show


59:07 minutes (54.14 MB)

Tonight on the show, 50 years of the successful Tony-winning revival of "No, No Nanette", first written for the stage in 1924, adapted to films in 1930 and 1940, and then revived on Broadway in 1971. We are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the 1971 Revival, which helped spark the revival of the glitz and glamour of Broadway that year.

In September 1971, "The Lawrence Welk Show" did a show as a tribute to the composer of the musical, Vincent Youmans (1896-1944), which includes songs he penned, including a medley of songs from "No, No Nanette", which Welk, his band and cast recorded songs from that year, as well: https://welkmusicalfamily.blogspot.com/2010/02/no-no-nanetteyou-cant-dri...

# 381 - (614) Day in the Capital City


59:23 minutes (54.37 MB)

Tonight on the show, we celebrate June 14th, (614) Day in the Capital City. (614) is the primary area code for Columbus, Ohio. And on June 14th, (614) Day is celebrated.

# 380 - The DJBC Big Rainbow Dance Happy Hour


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

**Under Construction**

# 007 - June 6, 2011 A.T. (After Tressel) - DJBC Classic


59:50 minutes (54.78 MB)

Complete with a new intro and outro, this re-packaged DJBC Classic takes us to yet another Early Classic, Show # 7, first aired on June 6, 2011 (hence the first part of the title). The A.T. part was in nod that it was the first show since the "resignation*" of Jim Tressel from the B*ckeyes Football Team one week prior on Memorial Day 2011, capping off the Tattoogate Scandal at THE Ohio. The day after this show originally aired, then-B*ckeyes Quarterback (and the real star of Tattoogate) Terrelle Pryor was declared ineligible by the NCAA, and then obviously flatulated in the NFL as a Wide Receiver after a failed stint as a 3rd String Quarterback in the NFL.

In this show, we poke fun at the Scandal with these two sketches:
- A Cold Open Sketch with Barack Obama who announces the departure of Tressel from THE Ohio.
- Taylor Swift on "The Dating Game" with Terrelle Pryor (as Bachelor # 2). Coincidentally, Swift had a concert in Columbus that week, hence that sketch.

Also in the Show:
- The Daytime Emmys Preview (the last one with "As the World Turns" - RIP)
- The (edited) Weekend Warrior (ya know, that Intro and Outro were gonna come at a hefty price tag)

A lot has changed in the decade and 370-plus shows since that show first aired, and it's always great to go back at the infancy of this show on WCRS.

# 379 - You're Going to Love Tomorrow


1:00:57 minutes (55.8 MB)

Tonight on the show, we speed through a lot in 61 minutes.

Musical Political Chairs:
- The big names in the running to replace former Congressman Steve Stivers. 14 Candidates - 12 Republicans, 2 Democrats, 1 Primary, 1 Special Election. As if Upper Arlington didn't need another Election in 2021, they've got two more.
- The possible names to replace former Franklin County Commissioner Marilyn Brown, and the person appointed temporarily to fill in the vacated seat.

COVID-19:
- The End of the Shutdown is Here. On June 2, 2021 - ALL Health Orders issued by the State of Ohio will cease to be. It will be up to businesses to decide whether or not people wear masks.
- Ohio Vax A Million - http://www.ohiovaxamillion.com. What it is? And why you CAN'T remain anonymous, and how many people will have their lives change?
- The COVID Cancel Bug claimed another major casualty on May 20 - Red, White, & Boom (and as of the posting of this show - Summer Jam West was also cancelled last week, as well). And why (Hublin) the Suburbs (Upper Arlington) have moved on (Whiteholdsburg) from Boom (New Albany), and are planning on doing the Fourth anyway (more on that in Show # 383, which will drop in five weeks).

The Weekend Warrior:
- The Field of Heroes in Westerville will honor the Tuskegee Airmen and Minorities in the Military on Memorial Day Weekend.
- La Boheme at 400.
- Actors' Theatre's season of "Changes" kicks off with "Much Ado About Nothing", followed by "The African Shakespeare Company presents Richard III" (about a Black Theatre troupe being silenced in the 1820s), then "Eurydice", and ending with "The Secret Garden" (a collaboration with Columbus Children's Theatre).
- The Drexel re-opens its doors on May 27.
- The Asian Festival goes virtual Memorial Day Weekend.
- Gallery Hop returns in person to the Short North.
- The Memorial Tournament returns to Muirfield, with fans.

# 377 - Back in Full Swing '21


1:00:42 minutes (55.58 MB)

As more and more people get vaccinated, the goal is to return back to full swing with life. Tonight on the show, there is still hope we can all get back into the swing of things.

Also, the NFL Draft - where your favorite B*ckeyes and Wolverines will be playing on Sundays this Fall. Plus, the latest Wolverine to defect to the NBA Draft, and the latest Wolverine pick-up from the Transfer Portal in Hoops.

2021 Farmer's Market Schedule (courtesy of Columbus Monthly):
https://www.columbusmonthly.com/story/lifestyle/2021/04/27/2021-farmers-...

# 376 - Take Me to TV Land: 25 Years of TV Land


2:02:25 minutes (112.08 MB)

# 375 - Columbus, We Need To Talk I


59:58 minutes (54.91 MB)

Tonight on the show, the almost immediate reactions to the murder of Ma'Kiah Bryant, a 16 year-old child, by a Columbus Police Officer, which happened while the country was awaiting the verdict in the Derek Chauvin Murder Trial.

Show # 339 - And Justice for All was the special show we did after the George Floyd murder: http://www.wcrsfm.org/content/339-and-justice-all-black-lives-matter

# 04 - About Last Night on the National Road (Edited Classic)


45:45 minutes (41.89 MB)

An edited, almost evergreen version of # 4 - About Last Night on the National Road (originally aired on May 9, 2011). The 200 year history of The National Road (Highway 40, as it is commonly known as) is celebrated here.

# 374 - The DJBC Happy Hour X: 10 Years, 10 Cheers, 10 Jeers, and More Than 10 Beers (FULL Two-Hour Show)


2:03:09 minutes (112.75 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour is officially TEN, count them, TEN Years Old on WCRS FM! We celebrate some of the highlights of the show in the first hour. In the second hour, we go through the process of producing the show from home, during COVID.

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