WYSO Weekend

On today’s program:  We’ll talk to journalist and now Playwright, Tom Stafford about his play "Before the Bricks Fell," about the closing of Crowell-Collier Publishing in Springfield, just before Chritmas in 1956.  And We’ll talk about the Wright Brothers’ legacy with Dawne Dewey - head of special collections at the Wright State University archives. Miami Valley StoryCorps, Dayton Youth Radio and more. See full details below.

In this edition of WYSO Weekend: High school graduation rates have increased in the last decade, according to a new report.  We’ll tell you about that.  We’ve also got Miami Valley StoryCorps, Dayton Youth Radio and some aviation commentary from Paul Glenshaw and Dan Patterson. Full details below.

In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Filmmaker Alexandra Hidalgo has produced a feature length documentary about four immigrant women living in the U.S.  We’ll talk to her about the film Vanishing Borders.  We’ll also hear from a comedian who calls himself Squishy Man—to find out how he got that name and how he weaves the issue of mental illness into his comedy routine.  And Antioch College President, Mark Roosevelt, talk about some major funding that's come through for the college, and his decision to leave at the end of the year.  Full program details below.

In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Miami Valley StoryCorps and aviation commentary from Dan Patterson. We’ll hear from one winner of the Tecumseh Land Trust essay contest, and a shout out to WYSO's Joe Colvin – winner of this year’s Carol Baugh Cultural Heritage Award from Sinclair College.  See full details below.

In this WYSO Weekend - A 'Wicked' interview with Lisa Wagner from the Victoria Theatre Association, and we’ll tell you about the Big Love Expo taking place Sunday – a wedding expo serving the LGBT Community. And a Miami Valley mom who’s created an app for parents and kids.  See full details below.

In this edition of WYSO Weekend: In Miami Valley StoryCorps, a mother and daughter talk sex and relationships. We’ll hear about events taking place at Central State University, and you'll hear about an eclectic outdoor market taking place in Dayton today. And we’ll throw a little music in the mix. See full details below.

Welcome to WW, WYSO’s weekly radio magazine!  On today’s program –  Amanda Wright-Lane talks about the passing of Wright family member Marianne Miller Hudec. Then, remembering the Holocaust with the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton. We’ll also talk to an expert on kids and social media, and the dangers that presents.

In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Miami Valley StoryCorps, and Veterans Voices. You'll also hear about one state organization raising awareness of child abuse prevention though a social media campaign.   – see the details on those stories and more.

On today’s program –  Miami Valley StoryCorps, and Dayton Youth Radio. Also, the Diversity Task Force at Sinclair Community College is holding several events to ensure diversity stays on campus. 

In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Dayton Youth Radio and Veteran’s Voices. We’ll also hear about one Dayton non-profit and their aim at a better world through “big’ Advertising.

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