Charge Scenic is one of many bands participating in the two-day Dayton Does Dayton music festival at Canal Street Tavern on February 3rd and 4th. Here they perform several live songs and chat with Rev Cool about the upcoming show and some of the original and covers they've chosen to play.
Emily McCord speaks to Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles in this edition of PoliticsOhio. Ingles reports that the fate of the election reform ballot issue has sparked controversy among Secretary of State Jon Husted and other members of the Republican Legislature. Ingles explains the alternative suggestions made by Democrats and discusses the future of election reform.
On February 3rd and 4th, local bands will gather at Canal Street Tavern for Dayton Does Dayton, a music festival where bands cover each other's songs and share original tunes. Gathering Mercury visited the WYSO studios ahead of the show and performed live on Around the Fringe.
Niki Dakota was joined by Aaron Rourke of Rivers Unlimited on Excursions to talk about the film Call of the Scenic River: an Ohio Journey. It tells the story of Ohio's scenic rivers, non-point source pollution and the ecological and economic impacts of water quality. Ohio Rivers Unlimited is the oldest rivers conservation organization in the nation. Wright State University documentary film maker Tom Mayer journeys to fifteen of Ohio's scenic rivers to learn about river conservation and its rich history here in Ohio.