Basim Blunt http://wyso.org en Call & Response: Tackling The Miami Valley's Heroin Epidemic http://wyso.org/post/call-response-tackling-miami-valleys-heroin-epidemic <p>The Miami Valley is in the midst of <a href="http://wyso.org/post/dayton-s-east-end-takes-heroin-epidemic">a heroin epidemic</a>.&nbsp; In this edition of Call &amp; Response, host Daryl Ward and Dr. Abdullahi Mubarak from the Cornerstone Project discuss causes and treatment options for families and residents affected by the heroin crisis.</p> Sun, 06 Jul 2014 14:08:00 +0000 Basim Blunt & Daryl Ward 52289 at http://wyso.org Call & Response: Tackling The Miami Valley's Heroin Epidemic Call & Response: Malcolm X's Legacy In Dayton and Beyond http://wyso.org/post/call-response-malcolm-xs-legacy-dayton-and-beyond <p><font face="Arial, sans-serif">Call and Response is an African American produced show about the Miami Valley. It is a program that stimulates and engages the core WYSO audience while speaking especially to listeners of color. Call and Response is an opportunity to share in the collective history of the multicultural community we call home.</font></p> Sun, 18 May 2014 14:30:00 +0000 Basim Blunt & Daryl Ward 50115 at http://wyso.org Call & Response: Malcolm X's Legacy In Dayton and Beyond ReInvention Stories: Jim Bucher http://wyso.org/post/reinvention-stories-jim-bucher <p></p><p>Jim Bucher is well-known to most Miami Valley residents.<span>&nbsp; </span>He spent thirty years as a photographer, reporter and TV personality on WDTN Channel 2.<span>&nbsp; </span>But, changes in the media landscape brought changes to Jim’s professional and personal life.<span>&nbsp; </span>WYSO’s Jerry Kenney has this week’s Reinvention Story.</p> Wed, 30 Apr 2014 10:15:00 +0000 Jerry Kenney & Basim Blunt 49171 at http://wyso.org ReInvention Stories: Jim Bucher ReInvention Stories: Don Domineck http://wyso.org/post/reinvention-stories-don-domineck <p></p><p>Today on ReInvention Stories, we go to the Dayton View neighborhood, northwest of downtown, and meet Don Domineck.</p><p>He remembers good times in the 1960s: growing up in a close knit family in a neighborhood that was economically vibrant. But everything changed in the 1980s, when the city faced an epidemic of crack cocaine use, and Domineck himself became addicted.</p> Wed, 09 Apr 2014 10:15:00 +0000 Basim Blunt 48043 at http://wyso.org ReInvention Stories: Don Domineck