Archives: Matt Slaybaugh

Talking Race in the 21st Century

Racial relations in this country have certainly come a long way in the past 50 years, but conversations about race can still be uncomfortable and difficult to navigate. This hour, we’ll discuss the conversations we’re having personally, and in the media, about racial divides.

The Power of Friendship

Romance gets a lot of press, but where would we be without our pals? Friends have been called the family we can choose, and as the holidays approach, some of us may rely heavily on our un-related relatives. This hour we’ll take a close look at the surprising impact of our compatriots, and how being one is just as important as having one.

The Power of Friendship

Romance gets a lot of press, but where would we be without our pals? Friends have been called the family we can choose, and as the holidays approach, some of us may rely heavily on our un-related relatives. This hour we’ll take a close look at the surprising impact of our compatriots, and how being one is just as important as having one.

What Does it Mean to Be a Great Teacher?

Teachers impact all of us, in many ways. On this hour, we’ll talk about what it truly means to be a great teacher and how teachers get to that level.

Tech Tuesday: Futuristic Media, DNSChanger Malware and Gadgetry

Available Light Theatre is producing “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom,” a show about a futuristic society where technology has supposedly eliminated work, boredom and death. Then, some computers have been infected with DNSChanger malware and will lost Internet access on July 9. And finally, we’ll talk about the latest gadgets.

Theatre Group Plays Afghanistan Thriller/Choosing Happiness

“Sleeper,” a play written by David Ian Lee, is a political thriller with mixed themes of marriage, war, and political activism in the years following 9/11. On this segment of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about the drama. Then, we’ll talk about happiness: what it is and how to get it.

Expressing Social Issues through Art

Art serves as more than just aesthetic beauty and entertainment, it can also serve to focus our attention on social issues such as racism, homophobia, and the environment. We’ll consider how art can be used to champion social issues.

All Sides Weekend: Arts

Meet some of the minds behind arts and culture in central Ohio.