In this edition of WYSO Weekend: The sweet sounds from Moriah Haven – She played live Wednesday night on Kaleidoscope and talked about her new EP, The Growth Project with Juliet Fromholt – We’ll play you part of that conversation. We’ll also talk to the designer and builder of a home in Lewisburg that produces as much energy as it uses. We’ve got Climate Commentary From Bob Brecha and Bill Felker with Poor Will’s Almanack. See full details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: a powerful Veteran’s Voices looks at Vets and the high rates of suicide they experience. Later in the program, the intrastate football rivalry between Cincinnati and Cleveland marches on. And, we’ll hear about the power of using art as activism. See full details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Veteran’s Voices and Rediscovered Radio. We’ll recap our DPA@20 (Dayton Peace Accords) coverage and you’ll meet some local residents who just spent 11 weeks in police custody... Actually in a police academy training course, and we’ll meet the next president of Antioch College – Dr. Thomas Manley. See full details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend a recap of our Veteran's Day coverage this week and a look ahead at this week's celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords. Later in the program you'll hear about The Bees of Belle Center and how beekeepers there are trying to build a stronger, pest and climate resistant honeybee. Hear those stories and others below.
On today’s WYSO Weekend: Combining arts and STEM education to create STEAM. You’ll hear about four honorees who are being celebrated for their work to protect the rights of low-income and disadvantaged people living in the Miami Valley, and we’ll here about a food revolution taking place at Antioch College and other educational institutions across the country. Later in the program, Miami Valley StoryCorps. See full program details below.
On today’s program, Culture Couch – WYSO’s occasional arts series. Also in the program Miami Valley StoryCorps and Bill Felker with Poor Will's Almanack. Up first.... we'll recap YSO’s election coverage this week and you’ll hear about some of the issues you’ll find on the ballot Tuesday.
On today’s program, WYSO Curious addresses police response times. We’ll talk hunger issues with World Food Prize Laureate Rev. David Beckmann, and WYSO’s Wayne Baker looks into big cuts taking place at Wittenburg University. See full program details below.
On this week's program, remember the Robert Mapplethorp exhibit in Cincinnati and the big controversies that stirred up? Today, WYSO community voices producer Susan Byrnes takes us back for a little reminder. We’ll also tell you what’s happening in this year’s film Dayton Festival when we talk to Executive Director Lisa Grigsby. Full details below.
Today’s WYSO Weekend is all about people – people persevering in their own lives and people changing the lives of others. Some have made their mark on history and some are still making their mark today. Just ahead, you’ll meet the latest inductees into the Dayton Region's Walk of Fame and hear their stories. We also have commentaries this week from Dan Patterson and Bob Brecha. Up front, our final TEDxDayton Speaker, David Gasper. See program details below.