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Friday, January 16, 2009

Programming Note: Explore Cincinnati

Starting today, every Friday between 10am and 11:30am will be the ‘Explore Cincinnati’ radio show on Bearcast Radio. The show will discuss current events going on in Cincinnati.

This week’s show will look at topics like repopulating the city, gentrification, the Greg Harris appointment, streetcars, UC’s landlord accreditation program, and more. The discussion panel this week will be made up of Jake Mecklenborg, Kevin LeMaster, Brad Thomas (call in), and myself (call in).

Tune in (listen online) and check out this new program. There should be some great discussion that will elaborate on some of the more popular topics you’ve been reading about lately; all the while being discussed by some of your favorite bloggers.

UPDATE: You can now download and subscribe (it's FREE) to the Explore Cincinnati podcasts

11 comments:

Feoshia said...

I'll have to tune in!

Anonymous said...

Will you post a podcast of the show? I missed it!

Randy Simes said...

^Yes, I'll be sure to post the podcast once it is up.

Mike Doyle said...

Podcast podcast podcast please. :-)

Travis Estell said...

Podcast is up. Visit the Explore Cincinnati site to subscribe.

Cincinnati NAMjA said...

Sounds fun!

Quim said...

Dag, was that sponsored by Fat Possum ?
That's amazing that the old streetcar system ran 24 hrs. Seems like we are more of a 24 hr society nowadays. Why does Metro crap out so early ? I hope the new streetcar plan is for, at least, late night service.
PS Tell Travis I heard him dissing Northside.

Travis Estell said...

Hey! I was trying to stick to mostly Cincinnati bands, and a few others from Ohio. The only Fat Possum bands I played were Thee Shams and Heartless Bastards (which I cut out for the podcast). Black Keys are on Alive now, as were the Soledad Brothers, and Staggering Statistics were on Shake It (I believe).

And I love Northside. (Hey, weren't three of those bands centered in Northside?) It's just that the renovated buildings in OTR are very different than the old buildings in Northside. I definitely prefer the Northside scene, but we'll see what OTR develops into in a few years.

Randy Simes said...

Thanks for the link to the podcast Travis.

5chw4r7z said...

I just downloaded, can't wait to listen to it.
I'll be in the middle of a move next Friday, but I'll be sure to listen Fridays after that.

Quim said...

Seriously, Travis, you did a pretty good job. College radio can be a trip. You have a decent voice.
And anybody your age who even knows who Blue Cheer is can't be all bad.....

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