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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 04.22.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 2: Earth Day

Rumpke representatives Amanda Pratt and Anne Gray discuss recycling and the environment on CityBeat's Podcast #2. They were two of the subjects of a story we published last week on the Rumpke sanitary landfill and recycling facility.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 10.30.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 33: Inside the USS Nightmare

CityBeat intern Jac Kern records her trip to the USS Nightmare. Happy Halloween!

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 02.07.2010
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CityBeat Podcast All-Star: Dan Quixote

We're on hiatus and taking a look back at some of the engaging stories from 2009. Episode 3: Dan Quixote is one of our favorites.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 07.24.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 18: Local Filmmakers

Local film is a growth industry. This episode features interviews with Southern Ohio Filmmakers Association board members Margaret McGurk and Kat Steele. Christian Appleby of Media Bridges is also a guest.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 04.24.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 3: Dan Quixote

On Podcast 3, CityBeat's Danny Cross presents a comedic, quixotic adventure that includes the misuse of peanut butter and drunk party kids.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 11.25.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 37: Horror Films

On this episode we discuss the horror genre and horror films with Michael Gross, Tom Savini, Corbin Bernsen, Jill Whitlow, Tom Atkins and Courtney Gains.

Recorded at the HorrorHound convention in Cincinnati on Nov. 22.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 10.21.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 31: The Berlin Candy Bomber

On this episode we'll hear from Col. Gail Halvorsen, the original candy bomber from the 1948 Berlin Airlift.

When the Soviet Union launched their 1948 blockade of West Berlin, the United States began the Berlin Airlift to bring supplies to West Berlin. Halvorsen launched his own initiative within the Airlift — dropping miniature parachutes with candy to German children in what was later known as Operation Little Vittles. Halvorsen spoke at Northern Kentucky University on Oct. 14.

His presentation was recorded with permission.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 04.30.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 4: The Dining Guide

Our Dining Issue Podcast includes interviews with CityBeat writer Anne Mitchell and Tom Wolfe of Tom's Pot Pies. Mitchell describes her fantasy progressive dinner and Wolfe tells us what makes a great pot pie. Yum!

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 06.09.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 11: Fringe Festival's 'Success Show'

For this episode we recorded the Fringe Festival performance Success Show. It's a spoof of motivational seminars recorded by Janet Mitchell.

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by Stephen Carter-Novotni 05.07.2009
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CityBeat Podcast 5: The Women's Issue

CityBeat's Maija Zummo discusses the CityBeat Women's Issue and takes listeners along on the Snooty Fox Bus Tour — a mobile shopping spree that takes patrons to eight different locations of the local consignment store chain.

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