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In this episode, Darin takes us from the online-only days up through today in the story of Cincy Shirts. We hear about what it’s like to be partnered with a massive company, the eureka moment that launched the company as we know it today, and before that an update on some Shirts news, including a few words about a beloved team member that left us t…
 
It’s an encore presentation of Episode 40 with John Kiesewetter in which we discuss WKRP in Cincinnati. There’s more to the show than “Turkey’s Away,” though we do discuss that as well. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, TuneIn, and Spotif…
 
The Golden Lamb was established in Lebanon in 1803 and is recognized today as the longest continually operating business in Ohio. John Zimkus is the official historian of The Golden Lamb, and he joins us to discuss the history of the inn and tavern, its famous guests, ghost stories, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off…
 
Fun While it Lasted is a blog all about “the lunatic fringe of the pro sports industry, with tales of hustlers and marks, grand delusions and shoestring budgets, guerilla marketing and Ponzi schemes, of humble beginnings and even humbler endings.” The site is filled with the stories of hundreds of defunct pro sports teams from a variety of sports l…
 
Their roots as a band go back to the 1920s and the Franz Klaber Orchestra. Today they are the Klaberheads (officially still the Franz Klaber Orchestra) and play traditional German music, along with Germanified tunes at Oktoberfests and other events throughout the Tristate and across the nation. Ericka Klaber joins to talk about the group’s history,…
 
He’s known for his time on Cincinnati City Council, as the leader of the Baseball on Broadway movement, the former owner of Arnold’s, the former proprietor of the original Ludlow Garage, and more. Mr. Tarbell joins us today to discuss those pursuits as well as growing up in Hyde Park, going to St. X high school when it was downtown, working in the …
 
Joe Hansbauer is the President and CEO of the Corporation for Findlay Market, and he joins us to discuss the history of the market, the changes and challenges it has seen over the years, the Opening Day Parade, the exciting things going on today. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below…
 
Donna Laake and Susan Daniels are both members of the Norwood historical society and they join us to talk about the city’s history, including its former name, the boom times, the bust times, and the epic comeback, plus a whole lot more Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find i…
 
Joe Nuxhall is the subject of a new book by John Kiesewetter, who usually talks with us about TV. The Old Lefthander & Me, and John chats with us about Nuxy, some of the people he worked with both on the field and in the booth, as well as some of the great stories that were uncovered. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near th…
 
Cincinnati Enquirer librarian Jeff Suess joins us. A California transplant, he talks about what a newspaper librarian does, baseball, the very famous film director from his hometown, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, TuneIn, and…
 
Cam Miller is a Reds and Star Wars fan. Were he and Josh separated at birth? Cam is also a filmmaker. We discuss all three subjects in this episode. Also, Josh and Cam find out they have another connection. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, Podbea…
 
What does 3CDC do? Is it an urban development corporation, is it an event planning operation? Turns out it’s both and more. Joe Rudemiller gives us the details as we discuss revitalization, gentrification, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitche…
 
The history of Kings Island can be found in bits and pieces on the Internet: Wikipedia, the Kings Island website, our blog. But no one has done a comprehensive history of the park-- until now. Evan Ponsitingle tells us what prompted him to write his book, Kings Island: A Ride Through Time, and tells us a few fun stories including, how the park got …
 
Terry Cole is a former school teacher who opened a record store, and later a record label, after becoming dissatisfied with his previous job. He explains. We also talk about the appeal of vinyl, running a record store and record label in the 21st century, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode…
 
Reds Hall of Fame assistant curator Jim Farmer, who is also a published author, Cincinnati sports historian, and once ran his own local record label, joins us. We talk about growing up a Cincinnati sports fan and which team had the city’s heart at which time. We also chat about the Cincinnati music scene in the ‘90s, defunct area sports teams, and …
 
It’s yet another round of Cincinnati inspired tunes! This time we go through the 90s and aughts to hear tunes from hometown acts as well as artists from New Jersey, Australia, the Philippines, Belgium, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, P…
 
Scott Tarter is an attorney by trade, but also an American Basketball Association (ABA) historian of sorts, and more importantly, head of the Dropping Dimes foundation which benefits former ABA players and their families, who have no pension or retirement funds. Scott explains. We also discuss the history of the ABA, some of its more colorful playe…
 
He has worn quite a few hats over the years, coming to town from Cleveland as a broadcast executive of sorts for WGUC, moving into PR, journalism, and now books. Rick talks to us about radio, live theater, his books, 100 Things to do in Cincinnati Before you Die, Oldest Cincinnati, and The Stephen Sondheim Encyclopedia Be sure to listen for the spe…
 
It’s officially called the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting, and it celebrates not only that institution but specifically the Tristate’s involvement in that endeavor. Executive Director Jack Dominic joins us to talk about how Cincinnati’s own Powel Crosley helped get it all going, why it was so important, and the fact that many peop…
 
David O’Maley is the President, Vice Chairman, Vice-Treasurer, and Secretary. The Tri-State Warbird Museum is located in Clermont County and, as the name would indicate, is dedicated to military aircraft. They specialize in World War II era planes and have almost a dozen in their collection. David joins us to talk about how the collection got start…
 
Artie Schaller is a fourth generation flag maker. Indeed, the National Flag Company has been here in Cincinnati since 1869. Artie joins us today to talk about the company’s storied history, flag making, and, yes, we ask about that bit from The Big Bang Theory. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Lis…
 
Kathryn Witt has written several books both fiction and non-fiction. Her latest, Secret Cincinnati, explores, as the title states, secret and hidden things to do and see in and around the Queen City. She talks to us today about seances, magic 8-balls, unique museums and libraries, AND we take a little trip down to Atlanta. Be sure to listen for the…
 
Paul Ganim and Chris Woods discuss Dead Low Brewing, a craft brewery, restaurant, and beer garden located in California, Ohio, the easternmost neighborhood of Cincinnati. The fellas join us today to discuss how it all got started, what Dead Low Brewing is all about, and some of the exciting things they have going on there in California and sometime…
 
Lisa Sweasy is the curator of the Vent Haven is a ventriloquism museum located in Ft. Mitchell. She tells us how the museum got started, a bit of history on ventriloquism, the importance of not being a ventriloquist in her job, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find…
 
It’s the late aughts as Darin picks up with Chapter Three of the History of Cincy Shirts. We hear about what it was like combining forces with another T-shirt company, what happened when it was discovered that not everyone was fully onboard, some of the memorable designs from that time, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20%…
 
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