Just last month, a new group was formed in the Heights area called, “Ties that Bind Community Choir.” Willie Wright, director and developer of the new choir, explains his vision behind the group.
Diane has a lovely conversation with Master frame builder Dario Pegoretti; Strong Towns transportation expert Chuck Marohn talks about how our transportation system is outdated and what we can do about it.
The Heights Music Hop take place October 11th, 2014 in the Cedar Lee district and features music from local bands and artists across several different venues. For more information and a full schedule, please visit www.heightsmusichop.com
No Labels – with Lexi – Tuesday Midnight – 2AM Living In Oblivion -with Frank – Wednesday Midnight – 2AM Red’s Ramblin’ Road – with Michelle – Wednesday 10- Midnight All Things Reconsidered – with Jake – Thursday 10 – Midnigh
Tune into Moyers & Company each Tuesday afternoon at 12:30 pm.
Linnda Durré, Ph.D., joins DB Hegler on the show to discuss the growing problem pertaining to “The Toxic Workplace”.
The #20 Blue Streaks battled through first quarter woes and ripped off 38 unanswered points in a 41-9 victory over Muskingum in rainy University Heights, OH. The win moved the Blue Streaks up to #16 nationally.
Tommy Michals ran for 132 yards and three touchdowns as the #16 Blue Streaks recorded their fourth shutout in a 47-0 victory over Ohio Northern in Ada, OH. The win propelled the Blue Streaks to the #15 ranking in the country as of the morning of 10/28.
The undefeated Blue Streaks slammed the Crusaders, 54-0 at Don Shula Stadium. DaQuan Grobsmith had three rushing touchdowns and Alex Kline had two receiving scores in the win, which propelled the Blue Streaks to a #21 ranking in the next poll.