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Philosopher-farmers Wendell Berry, Wes Jackson and Gene Logsdon discuss the future of agriculture, the environment and changing our ideas about growth and progress. Recorded live at Xavier University on April 11. Special thanks to Xavier University's Ethics/Religion and Society Department.

Read CityBeat's related Green Issue here.
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<![CDATA[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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<![CDATA[Podcast All-Star: The Newport Gangster Tour]]>

We're on hiatus and taking a look back at some of the engaging stories from 2009. Episode 13: The Newport Gangster Tour is one of our favorites.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 43: Local Hiking with Tamara York]]>

Local author Tamara York shares stories of the Cincinnati's best places to hike. Her book is 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles, highlighting hikes in the Tristate. The hikes are being serialized by CityBeat (click here).
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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 42: The Radical Media]]>

This week we've mined our archives to bring out one of my favorite recordings: the Radical Media discussion from Cincinnati's 2003 Independent Media Expo. The Expo was a media educational and networking event that I helped organize in 2003. It was hosted by Media Bridges. This panel discussion included Dr. Ellen Bierhorst, Jimmy Heath and Josh Breitbart.

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Josh Breitbart served on the editorial board of Clamor Magazine, a national independent news and culture publication that had a print run from 1999 until 2006. He also worked with the New York City Independent Media Center.

Jimmy Heath was Editor of Cincinnati's Streetvibes newspaper from 2002 until his death in 2007. One of many local homeless persons whose life was wrecked by drug and alcohol abuse, Heath bottomed out in the mid-90s. Working to found Streetvibes and becoming a photographer was part of his recovery. He turned his life around before his death at age 53 and became success story of recovery, sobriety and activism.

Ellen Bierhorst was one of the founding members of the Independent Eye, which was a Cincinnati alternative newspaper that was published from 1968 until the early 70s. The Independent Eye is the direct ancestor of publications like CityBeat.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 41: The Year in Politics]]>


CityBeat News Editor Kevin Osborne discusses the top political and news stories of 2009. Read his related story here.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 40: The Year in Movies]]>


CityBeat Managing Editor Jason Gargano discusses the films of 2009, how the recession has hit the film industry and his favorite works of the past 12 months.

Read Gargano's related end-of-year feature story here.

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<![CDATA[Podcast All-Star: Homeless in Cincinnati]]>

We're on hiatus this week and taking a look back at some of the engaging stories from 2009. Episode 6: Homeless in Cincinnati is one of our favorites.

This episode of the CityBeat Podcast features voices from the Drop Inn Center in Over-the-Rhine. Staff members Pat Clifford and Kenny Havens discuss their work, providing shelter and restoring dignity to homeless men and women. (Read the related CityBeat news story here.)  ---

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 39: Bart Campolo]]> Progressive, urban minister Bart Campolo on the downward mobility, the Walnut Hills Fellowship and working with the poor in Cincinnati.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 38: Beekeeping]]>


Richard Stewart, manager of Carriage House Farm in North Bend, takes us to his apiary. Photojournalist Amanda McLaughlin shares stories about beekeeping.

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<![CDATA[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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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 36: Appalachian Trail Adventures]]>

Local hiker Jeff Alt shares stories from his 2,160 mile journey along the Appalachian Trail.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 35: Jazz at Schwartz Point]]>

Music by the Schwartz Point Quintet and an interview with Ed Moss, owner and operator of Downtown's favorite speakeasy.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 34: Adventures on I-275]]>

CityBeat's Danny Cross and Maija Zummo, who organized the current "Best of I-275" package of stories, discuss their trip along Greater Cincinnati's beltway.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 33: Inside the USS Nightmare]]>

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

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 32: The Cincinnati Blog]]>

On this episode we'll hear from Brian Griffin and Donald Caster of the Cincinnati Blog, which is one of the city's liveliest places for discussion of local news and politics.

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<![CDATA[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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<![CDATA[Spooky Podcasts for Halloween]]>

If you enjoyed our Haunted Newport podcast, you may also like our behind the scenes tour of the Dent Schoolhouse.

Jerry Gels, who was interviewed for the tour of haunted Newport was also our guest on our thirteenth podcast, the Newport Gangster Tour.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 30: Haunted Newport]]>

On this episode we hear real ghost stories from Newport. Our guest is Jerry Gels, who leads walking tours of Newport's spectral past.

Jerry was also our guest on our thirteenth podcast, the Newport Gangster Tour.

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<![CDATA[CityBeat Podcast 29: The Lost Boys of Sudan]]> On this episode we hear from Michael Kuany of Rebuild Sudan. Michael is one of the Lost Boys of Sudan.

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