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Before we talk about a raffle unlike any other I've ever come across (this is the explosive reference), I'm (pleasantly) floored a dark, sad story that hit last week was not as explosive as it could've been. In this case, there wasn't the outrage I expect from such a story, one involving pets. Maybe everyone had the somber realization I did. Then D…
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Actually, I am. When it comes to some people in these driving situations. And I'm a regularly confident driver. Perhaps too much so! The title of the episode was an Eminem reference. Who of course was always going to perform at the reopening of the train station. Some of how we make radio and why it's TOTALLY different from other sources of music. …
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Jake Healy from the Toledo Vet Center and his Director are by to discuss all aspect of veterans and their mental health, and the many free services they provide. The latter half of the episodes gets a bit more personal and bolts and nuts as soon-to-be Dr. Christopher Jackson shares much of his knowledge as an LPCC, and what symptoms he commonly see…
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That ties a bit back to something recently. AJ Brown's sentiment to just let people say something and you just move on along. I want to ask yourself to honestly dissect why you're endeavoring to help. First, station things. Contests! After the bad loss, good timing for the Walleye schedule. KILL IT! Some events for the weekend. Books and dogs. Some…
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A tree fell in Alex's yard. If it went the other direction her house would've been flattened, which would've been devastating if you had followed her odyssey trying to buy a home. Also, the unsurprising headaches that came with trying to get the mess cleaned up. Tik Tok is filled with a bunch of Columbusing! There's a boy band member who has to be …
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As we wrap up Mental Health month (EVERY MONTH IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH), my friend Megan Scott returns as AFSP is looking for volunteers to help with all kinds of various duties thru the summer and leading up to the walk on Oct 5th. I also want to throw my 'what teen mental health crisis' thought at her, mom of a 16 year old daughter.…
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We can't. Because of XXXXX we just can't walk away when we should and it's made the world a worse place. Before that, RETROSKATE 2 details, including some that won't be on the air for a while. Then... More pizza competition? Less Fowl and Fodder. Ranking Doritos. Need mental health help? He's accepting new patients. Go Over The Edge. If any can, it…
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So many resources are available for all types of area residents. The city about to run their program to get people from renting into buying. In this case, the Greater Toledo Community Foundation wants to get your non-profit grant money! First, the TLC, Flo Rida, Retroskate, Walleye, and coming out of all I can eat retirement!…
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A question we should wonder when it comes to critics of roundabouts. Brady Hall plead not guilty...to what he was guilty of. Lots of good causes to be a part of this weekend! My friends loved the trip back to the 80s. A wild Avril theory I'd never heard of. Told you, Ben. I like to think I was a pioneer of the 'it's way better to watch at home!'…
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Two entities who you'd believe to be in deep competition for finite resources in our area - Mom's House and The Pregnancy Center - have actually come together with a vision to help at risk mom's in Toledo. Christina Rodriguez and Savannah Marten visit to share all about Laurie's Place to help those women. TPC is faith based, so I sincerely thank Sa…
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All the details you need to finally get your IMBD page up and running, as a rather large production is going to shoot here. They're looking for you! Also, the return of the Maumee Film Fest, and what Train Day is on Friday with my friends at The Ability Center. All thanks to FilmToledo's and the ACT's Michael DeSanto.…
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Thousands of what!? Well, people, and birds. Many many birds. You may have seen welcome banners at Metroparks, or new stories about it, or just the acronym BWIAB. The Biggest Week in American Birding has begun. Right here in Toledo, Northwest Ohio and several key Metroparks spots. What the heck is it, and why they are all HERE, and why NOW!? So goo…
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Any guess who that is? It's Matt Killam from the Metroparks. Full details about the upcoming rec center in the Vistula district on the water which could be open this fall and much more happening at our fantastic park system. First, how MANY miles have I driven in my life? I was wrong, and Doritos may decide the election.…
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My hopes for the scopes tomorrow! Have you heard of or eaten at Pho Vietnam on Upton? It's closed, but not without some violation drama. The new rec center near the river will be open sooner than I expected. The Fish have their brooms. Non-competes going away may not be all that good. How you can make Caitlin Clark more money. Why I didn't love Sho…
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I had to make a sacrifice similar to one many others, Alex included, have had to make over the last three years. First, Taylor has my sympathy. I will never do THAT again. Breathing better. Well, I've never had one of THESE before.द्वारा Eric Chase
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A long delayed return visit for Doug Hinebaugh. I see ALL of his brilliant content (all kinds of it!) and noticed something was different this week. This is a special week for his photos and highlights. Also, he'd like to invite you to a cause you're familiar with here, something with Jake and Cooper's Bark Park, AND, welcome you, or refresh your m…
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...is moving. It's moving. I may have been at their Secor location on by myself on May 18th for the walk. So, it's a good thing NAMI's Family Navigator Sarah Gross visits to share much more than just the location change about this year's walk, and other ways she and NAMI can help you, a loved one, or maybe just some random strange you've found comp…
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The Kitten Lady? Megainfluencer? Cat people this is your thing, but I'm happy to have my friend Steve Kiessling, Director of the Toledo Animal Rescue, drop by to talk about what's been happening there in recent months and the upcoming - partially sold out - event with Hannah Shaw.द्वारा Eric Chase
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Before we get to my friend Allison Aey from Nature's Nursery - she'd like to invite you to laugh for her adorable injured animals - another questionable phrase has been injected into the zeitgeist and when some say it, it sounds really awkward. And, the cosmic event that is...not the eclipse, but the shooting star that is Caitlin Clark and how she …
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Julia Simon is by to talk all about what Junior Achievement is, and how they're offering lessons to kids that school often can't, and their upcoming annual event called Inspire, happening May 8th at the Glass City Center. First, what actually could be a real problem as a result of the eclipse.द्वारा Eric Chase
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Maumee City Admin Patrick Burtch is on, errrr was coming on to get the vote out for the town in the final four of the Strongest Town competition. Instead, I, we, got all the explanations we may have been looking for, or missed, about the entirety of the Uptown Maumee reimagining. I love Patrick's passion for designing cities! Also, the fondue spot …
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Alex helped me with some additional context to this apartment situation, but there's NO reason not to pick up your dogs poop. If you won't, don't get a dog please. First, Balance and Jersey Mike's doing good! My PAT attempt is missing a lot of P's. I think you'll like 3 Body Problem.द्वारा Eric Chase
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Watch out Denis Villaneuve! My friend Amanda Held, founder of HOOVES, has returned but not to share any new components of the program. Only that a very special documentary of a time during the retreat will be screened at the Maumee Indoor on April 6th. She will say it much better than me, but I think Amanda is saying, even if the horse aspect doesn…
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If you're here, there's a really good chance you're familiar with and have explored mindfulness in the past. We're fortunate to have a place here in Toledo that can help improve your mastery of mindfulness. Their CEO, Isabella Weik , visits to tell us all about it, and her path to its leadership role. It's not a common last name, so yes, you may be…
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I think I've undertaken something most people should work on in therapy, but I think I've read enough about it, and have enough of a foundation of the basics, I can try positive affect treatment on my own. First, a Justin solo show turned into an NSYNC reunion. A cat's Joker origin story. The UT men lost. No real surprise, just terrible disappointi…
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...but that's for me. Of almost anything, our financial decisions are deeply personal. Down the pennies. But I think the March 19 mental health levy yes VOTE is a worthwhile one. Let MHRSB Scott Sylak explain why. First, should Ryan Gosling have a big radio hit song?द्वारा Eric Chase
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I've had a few personal lodestar's since 2020... This is like NOTHING in history, so be careful of your comparisons. Let consumers bring down costs without Fed help. A job with higher costs is better than no job, inability to find one and pay for things. After listening to a favorite podcast of mine, I had to yell to myself SO RAISING INTEREST RATE…
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Scott Hayes is back. Not really for an Acoustics For Autism recap, though we do get a small one, but Scott is here to talk about a local rally a few weeks to ago that discussed how jobs would be lost, how our area would be negatively impacted and other concerns about EV mandates that we are moving towards quickly. First, a stirring speech that all …
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The annual TPD v TFRD Battle of the Badges is next Saturday at the Huntington Center. Always good to have retired Lt. (but current hockey team GM) Joe Linnenkugel visit to talk about the game and who it benefits, but this time, his daughter Kendall, former BGSU goalie and current Walleye broadcaster AND TFRD player is with Joe. Her helping to bring…
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Alex is as excite as anyone I know for the Dune sequel. Wendy's considering surge or dynamic pricing, but that may not be all bad. Had to pull a post down because it just wasn't worth any further potential headaches. I'm Just Ken will be performed at the Oscars. What's the best time for work meetings. Amazon says keep it and other customer service …
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And not bring any bad weather, but the forecast looks promising! Before we get to TAKE THE SHUTTLES TAKE THE SHUTTLES TAKE THE SHUTTLES, the best looking volunteer, the most talented of the nearly 100 performers, let's... talk about the end of the daily torment of winter, and a true pay as you go healthcare model…
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We welcome new Maumee Mayor Jim MacDonald for a visit. As you might guess, lots more discussion about the road diet, and all things with the reinvention of Uptown Maumee. You will be FLOORED at how many businesses have had to close up shop due to the work on Conant. Just how close to the end are we with the work? Jim was a long time Maumee police o…
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A Catfluencer, Hannah Shaw is coming to Toledo with my Toledo Animal Rescue friends. Cool, now support Caitlin Clark in the WNBA so she can get P A I D. Woops, not mentioned was, ESPN, you need help and live sports is the Golden Goose, so PUSH THE LEAGUE! I had no idea there were anti-sidewalk people. Can we work around 'my kid won't eat that'? If …
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There is a new program at Lourdes called the Initiative For Exoneration. It's taught by a friend I met with the Lucas Co. Suicide Prev. Coalition back in 2017, Professor Kristin Blochowski. With her on this visit is the program's director Dr. Jessica Ziegler. The ladies give an overview of the program and what it and the students are working on and…
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In a shocking turn of events more people, who probably don't even live there, are outraged at more changes coming to Conant. I actually applaud leadership for doing what I expect of them! See what we can't. It's smart of UT to cut things that people aren't interested in. Yes, it's going to upset people. That's not a stomach virus or otherwise, YOU'…
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My friend, and the city's disability manager, AND sled hockey player, Valerie Fatica visits again to talk about next Tuesday's game at the Huntington Center against the Walleye. This time she brought her coach and teammate along for the visit. First, the biggest winner on Sunday night was X X X X Xद्वारा Eric Chase
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Restaurant Week Toledo hits for the 14th time and I'm excited to have Anna Toney, from Leadership Toledo, and Ella, Youth LT star, to visit for a preview. First... WHAT made January so bad? Highest drafted UT player ever? LOUD BUDGETING! Another what I learned from Tik Tok segment. The same issues, 30 years later. Exactly the same!…
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Tens of millions watched the Lions game on Sunday. But who didn't!? Your supportive posts for Taylor Swift aren't changing anyone's mind. To change a mind it usually needs more than double digit IQ points. We got away from SOUND. IT. OUT. ?????????????? Do you pay for good grades? Happy 50th to MY Batman. I'm glad you didn't die. Masters Of Air is …
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Good for you! I saved all the SPORTSBALL stuff for later in the episode. Let's talk about how Bryan's first year of football went with his vision to make for a flawless fan experience. Including him winding up in the dunk tank! How does HE handle being in the middle of the OSU/UM vortex? He airs the games at his games! How to satisfy rather old don…
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