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iHeart Cinci Podcast - Sandy Collins

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    23 APR 2024
    25m 34s
  • #91 | Keep Cincy Beautiful's free bulk waste dates | Tips for tax procrastinators

    15 APR 2024 · Jonathan Adee is Executive Director of Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. We discuss Earth Day April 22nd and what his organization does to encourage proper disposal of large unwanted items. Monthly and free dropoff dates are scheduled now. Then, tax day is here. Last minute tips and context from ABC's Daria Albinger and Alexis Christoforous. 
    25m 45s
  • #90 | Talkin' Pickleball with Seg & Brian Combs | Celebrating Nat'l Beer Day with Brady Kress - Carillon Brewing Co.

    8 APR 2024 · April is National Pickleball Month, and my guests play the game, and love the game. Brian Combs, morning news anchor for NewsRadio 700 WLW and Bill "Seg" Dennison, sports broadcasting legend, break down the game with tips how to get started.  Then, we lift our pints and celebrate National Beer Day with Brady Kress, Executive Director of Dayton History, which built a brewery on the grounds of historic Carillon Park, using only 1850s technology (no power tools) and brew beer recipes from that time.
    29m 9s
  • #89 | Expanded medical childcare in NKY | Reds Hall of Fame & Museum's Vintage Baseball Team

    1 APR 2024 · In Northern Kentucky, Easterseals Redwood is partnering with the Brighton Center to provide expanded medial childcare to children living with complex medical issues who want to go to school. My guest is Pam Greene of Easterseals Redwood to explain the services provided to this program which is not contingent on income. Then, now that Opening Day is over, we revisit the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. My guests are Executive Director Rick Walls and Perry Thacker, who runs the vintage baseball team "1869 Redstockings."
    27m 46s
  • #88 | Domestic violence tied to Traumatic Brain Injury, CTE | Reds Hall of Fame & Museum Long Ball exhibit & 1869 Cincy Redstockings

    28 MAR 2024 · Hard blows to the head are no long considered harmless. Doctors have discovered that traumatic brain injury is much more prevalent than we thought. Athletes who suffer repetitive blows to the head, footballers, rugby, soccer, to soldiers in war, those with epilepsy and suffer repetitive falls, can experience traumatic brain injury leading to lasting and permanent brain damage. My guest today is Dr. Brandon Foreman, a neurogurgeon at the U.C. Gardner Neuroscience Institute. We're talking today about one population of victims of brain injury that we haven't heard a lot about: domestic violence victims. Those who suffer repeated blows to the head are at risk of tbi... and if not treated, can lead to lifelong medical problems, from headaches to dementia, to suicidal thoughts.  Today, what happens when the brain experiences a traumatic injury, what symptoms to look for and how you should talk to your doctor. Then, as the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day approached, we spoke with the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum's Executive Director Rick Walls about their new "Long Ball" exhibit, and with Perry Thacker, who organizes and runs the Vintage Baseball Team, 1869 Cincinnati Redstockings.
    23m 38s
  • #87 | Poly sci talk with UC Professor Brian Calfano | St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry

    20 MAR 2024 · Dr. Brian Calfano is a political science expert and award-winning journalist who heads the University of Cincinnati Journalism Department. We get our questions answered around primaries and the upcoming Presidential Election, the candidates and local politics.  Then, Executive Director of St. Vincent de Paul Northern Kentucky Karen Zengel and the Food Programs Manager Becca Gerding join us to talk about the programs available in Northern Kentucky.
    29m 25s
  • #86 | Talkin' NCAA First Four, Flyers, Dragons & Stranger with Jeff Stevens | Dr. Brian Calfano on Mitch McConnell's leadership departure

    11 MAR 2024 · There aren't enough hours in the day to do all he does. But somehow he gets it done. Jeff Stevens, an iHeart Radio veteran, member of the Dayton Area Broadcasters Hall of Fame, and the Arena voice of the UD Flyers, takes time out of his busy schedule to talk about it all. The NCAA First Four Tournament in Dayton, Ohio, for which he also handles the Arena duties; his rock & roll career as lead singer of Stranger, making music with his idols, and what's ahead.  Then, Dr. Brian Calfano of the University of Cincinnati weighs in on the resignation of Mitch McConnell as Minority Leader of the U.S. Senate come November; on the change of power, what it means for Kentucky, and what it means for McConnell himself, especially if Donald Trump is re-elected.
    30m 13s
  • #85 | Hamilton County Sheriff with an un-official "State of the Sheriff's Department" convo

    4 MAR 2024 · Hamilton County Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey is winding down her first term in elected office. This show features her challenges and accomplishments, and what still needs to be done, to improve the Sheriff's Department's reputation, work environment, and ability to keep residents safe.
    26m 38s
  • #84 | Atricure engineers collaborate to change lives through May We Help | Meals on Wheels many programs for senior citizens

    26 FEB 2024 · Guest is Geni Rupley, research and development for AtriCure of Mason, whose idea to celebrate National Engineer's Week with her 250 engineers working together to solve disability challenges for individuals who need solutions to accessibility problems that can't be solved with commercial products. Sarah Celenza is the Chief Giving Officer at Meals on Wheels Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky, here to explain the many services that began with meals for seniors and has expanded to many areas of need.
    29m 59s
  • #83 | Dragonfly Foundation benefit: Fashion for the Cure | Gold Star Teacher nominations

    23 FEB 2024 · Sycamore High School's Fashion for the Cure is Feb. 23, 2024. Christine Nietzke from Dragonfly Foundation talks about the generous and creative fundraiser held by students. Jamie Pollard of Gold Star Chili joins one of the Gold Star Teacher Top 10 finalists Julie Fessler.
    29m 35s

iHeart Cinci is a weekly community impact show that provides a snapshot of the contributions made by Cincinnatians in the communities in which they live and work. We highlight the...

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iHeart Cinci is a weekly community impact show that provides a snapshot of the contributions made by Cincinnatians in the communities in which they live and work. We highlight the investment in the future of the Tri-State area, in which we have a presence, using our unparalleled reach and local influence to address timely and relevant concerns facing our neighborhoods.
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