This recipe was inspired by our local Belgian beer place, which has several different versions of moules frites on the menu: an enamel pot of mussels comes with a cone filled with crispy French fries and a mayonnaise dipping sauce alongside.
WCBE was a fan of American sports and civil rights hero, Jackie Robinson, before being one was "cool."
Back in early winter 2007, WCBE music history reporter Jack Marchbanks researched, wrote and produced a retrospective on Jackie Robinson to note the 60th anniversary (April 15, 2007) of Robinson breaking the "color barrier" in major league baseball.
The WCBE Yard Sale will take place on Saturday, June 1st starting at 8am in front of our studios at the Fort Hayes Campus, located at 540 Jack Gibbs Blvd in Columbus. You can donate Goodwill acceptble items beforehand for the sale from May 27th through May 31st. All proceeds benefit WCBE! Any items not sold at our yard sale will be given to Goodwill. Don't forget to mark your calendar! See you there!
Coming up this Saturday afternoon at 3pm on America Abroad, it's an update of a previous program. While largely Muslim today, the Middle East is also the birthplace of Christianity, Judaism, and other religions. They're in the minority, along with many Muslim sects. With the rise of Islamist political parties, what rights and protections can minority religious groups expect? We'll look at the Alawites of Syria, Jewish life in Tunisia, Christians and Baha'is in Egypt, and more this Saturday, May 11th at 3pm, on 90.5 FM, WCBE Columbus!
Using entire shows from the Grateful Dead's decades of touring as a launching pad, Dark Star Orchestra recreates song for song performances straight from historic set lists. Touring nationwide for more than 15 years to the tune of over 2200 shows since forming, Dark Star Orchestra's determined commitment to 'raising the Dead' has drawn them national media attention.
Heavy Rotation is a special online series hosted NPR Music. Each month, NPR Music asks public radio DJs from across the country to share their favorite new songs. In this installment of Heavy Rotation — we'll hear more of public radio's new favorite songs, including a pick from our very own Maggie Brennan!
In celebration of Public Radio Music Month, Alligator Records has released Blues & Roots, a free 17-song sampler, featuring blues, roots, and R&B songs selected from throughout the label’s 42-year history.
Guests Barb Seib and Paula Fistick discuss how help with literacy skills, specifically math and English, is being provided to adult learners. Our district is helping Columbus families through programs like ABLE, Adult Basic Literacy Education