With more bicyclists on the road, drivers have to learn to share. While fewer cyclists were hurt on Ohio roads last year, fatalities ticked up slightly. Ohio driver’s ed instruction has been slow to keep up with the rising number of bicycle commuters. But student drivers are learning more than ever about how to co-exist with cyclists.
Tom Rieland Archives For May 2013
The Columbus Jazz Orchestra, for the first time, will be featured on 89.7 NPR News Friday nights in June with broadcasts starting at 7 pm.
89.7 NPR News swept just about every reporting category and was named the Outstanding Radio News Operation by the Ohio Associated Press over the weekend.
The Associated Press revealed on Monday that the justice department, without informing the organization in advance, had obtained two months’ worth of phone records of calls made by reporters and editors. Lawyers for AP said the records, which the justice department appears to have obtained from the phone companies earlier this year, listed every call [...]
Ricky Skaggs was interviewed this week by Rich Baker of WOSU 89.7′s Bluegrass Ramble. He talked about his Friday night show in Columbus with ProMusica, but also playing the Parsons Avenue clubs and living in West Jeff for a couple of years as a teenager.
We are so pleased to unveil our newly designated “Anne Melvin Classical Music Studio” in honor of a long-time advocate for the arts and classical music in central Ohio.
I attended the graduation of my oldest daughter in the Shoe on Sunday. It’s not many times you have a sitting President give your commencement speech, so it was exciting despite the long day. WOSU provided live web streaming of the speech and we had over 11 thousand page views with viewership from 76 different [...]