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WYSO Weekend

Welcome to WYSO Weekend, WYSO’s weekly radio magazine. On today’s program, Dayton Youth Radio and Veterans’ Voices.  You’ll also hear from The Alleghany Front’s Julie Grant on how some are trying to reimagine the Ohio river’s health and economic impact. See full details below.

Welcome to WYSO Weekend, our weekly radio magazine. Check out this week's features below, and you can hear past episodes here.

 

 

On today’s program we’ll take a tour of Patterson Homestead. The historical site will soon celebrate its 200th birthday.  We’ve got Dayton Youth Radio and WYSO’s occasional arts series Culture Couch and more. Check out the details below.

 

In this week's program, we’ll be flying high in WYSO’s occasional art series, Culture Couch. WYSO’s Juliet Fromholt talks with Jonathan McNeal of the Neon Movies about a special event coming up next week - a live in-theater screening of the film Short Bus. And we’ll talk with Shannon Isom of the YWCA Dayton about their efforts to battle domestic violence. See full details below.

 

Welcome to WYSO Weekend, the home of WYSO produced news and features! On today’s program, we’ve got Dayton Youth Radio and WYSO’s occasional art series, Culture Couch. See full details below.

 

Welcome to WYSO Weekend! On today’s program, we’ve got Dayton Youth Radio and Politics Ohio.  You’ll also hear how two organizations that support entrepreneurs are merging in order to expand their services. See full details below.

 

Welcome to Wyso Weekend, the home of WYSO produced news and features. On today’s program, Rediscovered Radio, and Dayton Youth Radio. We’ve got Politics Ohio and Bill Felker with Poor Will’s Almanack.

 

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Welcome to WYSO Weekend, the home of WYSO produced news and features! In today's program you'll hear Dayton Youth Radio, Community Voices, and WYSO’s occasional Arts series, Culture Couch. See the full details below.

Wesley Community Center
Wesley Community Center

In 1966 riots broke out in West Dayton that would affect the community for decades. Out of those riots was born the Wesley Community Center, which for the last fifty years has provided educational, workforce and healthcare services to local residents. They now serve more than 7000 people annually. 

In this interview with WYSO, Yvette Kelly-Fields talks about the center's history, mission and services. She also tells us how the center is celebrating their fifty-years of service to Dayton's west side.

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