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8:35 am
Tue September 4, 2012

Poor Will's Almanack: September 4 - 10, 2012

Burr Marigold
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Poor Will's Almanack for the last week of Late Summer

In the last week of late summer, the final tier of wildflowers starts to open. White and violet asters, orange beggarticks, burr marigolds, tall goldenrod, zigzag goldenrod and Japanese knotweed come into bloom, blending with the last of the purple ironweed, yellow sundrops, blue chicory, golden touch-me-nots, showy coneflowers and great blue lobelia.

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Around the Miami Valley
1:13 pm
Mon September 3, 2012

WYSO Weekend: September 2, 2012

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for September 2, 2012 including the following stories:

- PTSD in Partners of Sex Addicts, by Community Voices producer Judy Whelley

- Remembering Neil Armstrong, by aviation commentator Dan Patterson

- Jerry Kenney speaks with Michael Roediger, executive director of the Dayton Art Institute about the late Dr. Benjamin Schuster.

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Statewide News
12:00 pm
Mon September 3, 2012

Federal Court Rules Ohio Can Have Early in Person Voting, State Appeals

A federal judge said new laws, passed by Ohio’s Republican legislature, that wiped out early in person voting at boards of elections the weekend before Election Day are unconstitutional.  It’s good news for Democrats and the Obama campaign who’ve been fighting to restore the weekend of early in person weekend voting.  They point out 93,000 Ohioans voted on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday before the Presidential election in 2008.

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Education
7:04 am
Mon September 3, 2012

University of Dayton Expands to China

The University of Dayton says its new center in China will allow students and staff to collaborate with businesses on research and developing new products and technologies.

The University of Dayton China Institute opened recently in a fast-growing corporate region about 75 miles from Shanghai. Former Ohio Gov. Bob Taft and University of Dayton president Daniel Curran attended the grand opening at the Suzhou Industrial Park.

Arts & Culture
10:47 am
Sun September 2, 2012

Conrad's Corner: an Interview with Matthew Birdsall

Dayton native Matthew Birdsall is the managing editor of the Mock Turtle Zine, a local collection of art and literature.  He's also a writer himself.  Here Birdsall sits down with WYSO's Conrad Balliet to discuss what makes poetry, writing from experience and to share some poems of his own.

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