Archives: Barb Seckler

Creating a Bike-Friendly Columbus

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has expressed his wish that the city become “Bike City USA.” Although Columbus has $5 million in bike upgrades coming this summer, and a bike share program set to roll out, some riders feel the money’s being spent in the wrong places. This hour, we’ll discuss whether Columbus is ready to take off its training wheels.

Farmer’s Market Highlights/Food Safety in America

We’re going to be live from the 2012 Columbus Public Health Farmer’s Market for both hours today! Our discussion this hour will be what’s new at the Farmer’s Market, as well as the latest on food safety in America.

Bike Columbus Festival, Bicycles and Training for Those in Need

It’s Bike Columbus Festival 2012! We’ll talk about all of the events for the week. Then, we’ll talk the importance of a bike and the American pastime that most of us take for granted… As well as talk about a few groups providing programs to help children and non-traditional adults receive bikes and training in our area.

Two Oil Spills- Two Rivers/ Fritz the Nite Owl/ Cycling for Health

Busy hour: From oil spills in the Scioto River and Yellowstone… to Fritz the Night Owl, classic TV host… to bicycling in Columbus.

Property Regulations/ Biking

Suburban rules regulating the appearance and use of residential property, and how bicycling can be a means to active living

Childhood Obesity in the U.S. and Ohio

Childhood obesity in the U.S.