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A weekly podcast about technology, news, events, and important stories from Columbus. We feature debate and discussion on current, controversial topics and aim to get to the heart of the issues. Trevor and Eric are engineers and best buds.
 
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Ever find yourself wishing that you could just blow past a stopped school bus because you have better things to do then wait on a bunch of children to unload? A central Ohio Chief of Police found himself in that exact situation, and is now under investigation for a moving violation. Continuing the trend of using Columbus as a test bed for rolling o…
 
Person of the year in Austin, Texas, wants the city of Columbus to know that is “very, very happy” for #savethecrew, and the city’s new sports venture. We also discuss how much efficacy matters in terms of the proposed $100 million in incentives the team has been offered by the city and county. Business news: lots of local closures for the end of t…
 
This week has been chock-full of followups to long running Columbus news. Leading off with the two big sports stories: The Crew 2.0, Columbus Edition is poised to receive a new stadium downtown, with heavy potential investment from many major players, including the city and the state, with a caveats. Urban Meyer is retiring after the Rose bowl, cit…
 
While the Ohio weather meme might not always be true, it's certainly alive this week. It's December in Ohio, and it's been hot enough to go swimming outdoors, and cold enough to accumulate an inch of snow, within 40 hours of each other. Outside of weather gripes, we have a post mortem on the OSU Michigan game, more conflict over the ticket tax, and…
 
Who would have thought something as small as a tax on tickets within a single municipality could be so controversial that it has everyone from Mayor Ginther, to Arnold Schwarzenegger drawing battle lines? Columbus this week, that's who. Join Trevor this week, for a very political episode, where local politics intertwines with bitcoin, hit and runs,…
 
...Never ever getting light rail, HQ2, or the hyperloop. This week we discuss OSU Michigan, the saga of the two hipster towers, Kasich putting his foot down on principle and ceremony against the GOP, and of course, Amazon deciding it can do without our dear city. On the other hand, no one's rent is going up 40% (yet), so at least you can rest easy …
 
Update: Between the time this was recorded, and when you listen, Amazon made their final announcement on HQ2. We'll be releasing early next week to focus on the outcome, even though (spoiler) neither HQ2/3 is coming to our dear city. The media is now swimming in articles about revoking Ohio's purple card, and sticking the red label on the state. Sa…
 
The mid terms are finally here, two local boys are scolded by CPD for flashing a bb gun, we have even more coverage of the child poisoned with meth, and we do a policy by policy stance breakdown to wrap up our local election coverage. show notes: http://columbusthisweek.com/notes/60.txtโดย Columbus This Week
 
Another Halloween, another batch of parent who need to be pelted with snopes links until they stop claiming that malicious strangers are OBVIOUSLY trying to poison their precious Hayyden, Aiden, and Jaidan. That aside, this week we chat about the second amendment and the gubernatorial candidates, the hyperloop finalization, and scooter lawsuits. ht…
 
We have a spooky episode lined up this week, as two central Ohio girls address the social media phenomenon known as momo, a creepy bird like being that has been ascribed to have done everything from convincing people to light buildings on fire, to bullying children into suicide, to doxxing, to [insert bad thing here]. Don't listen to creepy bird la…
 
The great Columbus soccer war is nearing its end with support from the people of the north, and Crew fans couldn't be any happier. Lots of dotted i's and crossed t's to come yet, but the commitment is all but final. In other news: vote! Not educated enough? Luckily for you, for the next 4 weeks your favorite podcast, Columbus This Week, will be bre…
 
Do you like Columbus day? If you said yes, odds are, you are Italian, or get the holiday off. City employees however, will have no such luck, as Columbus Day is now a working holiday for cowtown, and Veterans city is a city Holdiday. In other pulse pounding news, Columbus has now witnessed its first scooter shooting. Community events ramped up this…
 
The women arrested with Stormy Daniels at Sirens back in July have filed a suit with the state of Ohio, under the grounds that the arrest was political and defamatory in nature. In less dramatic news, Chipotle aims to move 270 people to Columbus, Chase opens up a new FinTech center on the Otterbein campus, and CMH has been purged of all flights wes…
 
The struggle to have functional medical marajuana continues in Ohio, as new technologies are developing locally, and current providers fail to deliver. Meanwhile the midterms ads and political pieces are starting to drift out in preparation for November, and this year we only have one (1) issue on the ballot: Drug and Prison reform. We also discuss…
 
This week is abuzz with news, and Ohio has been making the national press after a young Cinci girl is tased during a shoplifting incedent. What's the most Dangerous road in Columbus? The answer may not surprise you. Sweeping scooter policy changes for the city of Columbus see a quick part three, in response to much criticism directed at the mayor's…
 
Authur Blank has ignited the passion the legion of Crew fans with two statements almost designed to send fans into a frenzy. Could the Austin Crew and a new Columbus team coexist? Did the city of Columbus inadequately fight for the Crew? Only time can validate Blank's predictions. In other news, a mass casualty comes out of Ross County Correctional…
 
Are you overjoyed or distraught or the Urban Meyer decision? If so, you probably don't live in Columbus, where citywide citizens came together to collectively say "Meh". In other news, our fair city gets yet another visit from el Presidente Trump this summer, while Kasich decided to avoid Trump and attend Matsuricon instead, cementing his tsundere …
 
Lots of follow up stories this week, as the Urban Meyer OSU drama continues to heat up after the investigative committee follows up with Zack and Courtney Smith. In addition, we finally got to the root cause of the Chipotle food poising incident in Delaware county, the legislation around the 7% entertainment for Columbus is live, and the rental sco…
 
Balderson. O'Connor. The election is down to the wire, with money bombs, presidential visits, key endorsements, and seemingly everything on the line, if you listen to the party rhetoric. The problem is, this race isn't even over when it's over, and the victory will by definition be fleeting, since the elected candidate has to win again in November,…
 
MWe can't avoid the elephant in the room this week, Urban Meyer is front and center of the local news cycle. The feature topic is an in depth discussion of the Urban Meyer scandal, the reactions from supporters and detractors, and a breakdwon of likely outcomes. In news that won't be making any headlines, we also talk about a three way twitter figh…
 
It's often said that no news is good news, and unfortunately Columbus has a lot of news this week. Join us as we discuss the Stormy Daniels planned police sting, drugs being brought into Ohio prisons, corruption in manufacturing, and the worst crime against humanity yet: dog parties. Don't despair though, it's not all bad news this week, as Ohio li…
 
...and he says "Dear farmers and Ginthers, please do not cut these". In a rare moment of republican environmentalism, we witness John Kasich fighting against a coalition of farmers on the speed and regulations around the lake Erie cleanup. On the flip side, Columbus's own mayor Ginther would like to remove trees from poor, high crime areas of city,…
 
This episode marks the one year anniversary of Columbus This Week, which we celebrate by drinking heavily, and blathering about the local antics of the fine folks of Columbus. This week sees a porn star arrested in the classiest joint in the city, serial vandalism towards nice cars in nice neighborhoods, and harsh words from Honda USA towards the T…
 
You won't believe what went down in the city of Pickerington this week during the city's annual fireworks display, but that might be because even the officer reporting the near riot struggles to believe what he's saying. Outside of that den of evil, things are so calm, that the biggest uproar in the entire metro area is changes to parking laws. If …
 
America's youth is in rough shape it seems, if the slew of articles and legislation in the air in Ohio are actually needed. From articles about how to prevent your child from burning themselves for fun, to legislation throwing 19 year olds in a rehabiliation school for sexting, this week has been all about protecting the children from themselves.…
 
CoverMyMeds is looking to build their own #HQ2, and they would like you, the taxer payer, to provide a small grant of ~40 Million dollars for it. The BFA and the NRA are suing Columbus and Cinci, as exactly every person on the planet predicted, given the new gun legislation on the table. Meanwhile, the church(TM), Kasich, and the police are making …
 
It's a fun week to be gay in Columbus, as Vice President Pence is protested during a serendipitous visit, drama brews over private security changes for the pride festival, and the festival itself finds protestors of the event arrested. If you are homeless however, it's not your week: as not only is Dublin going after you, but Columbus City has also…
 
Lots of worlds colliding in the Captial of Ohio this week. We have sagara making national news, Com Fest only supplying Columbus local brews, and Canadian tariffs that will hurt the economy of one midwestern state more than the other 49. Which state could it be? Find out, on Columbus This Week!โดย Columbus This Week
 
Is maintaining employment a struggle for you? If so, statistically you don't live in Columbus. Join us this week as we chat about all the new shops opening, UPS hiring 600 new workers, and Columbus 2020 hitting their city wide jobs goal of +150,000 two years ahead of schedule. In other news, nationawide children's hospital is now 3D printing organs…
 
While Columbus may not have a reputation for tourism, it looks like we may soon the the elusive bar baby demographic, as multiple breweries and bars open their doors to the little folks who can't open the door themselves. If that's not enough to draw the tourists in, we also have sharpie dogs, #chipotleHQ2, and a lack of out of school suspensions. …
 
The gubernatorial race is heating up, as the most pressing issue of our time is on the table: Should we A) legalize sports gambling and give the money to specific groups in Ohio, or B) legalize sports gambling and give the money to the state of Ohio general fund; truly a moral black and white question. In addition, Columbus's housing market continu…
 
This week we visit a city council meeting in Worthington to watch the sparks fly as second amendment drama is on the agenda. In one corner we have three overly meta teens, a handful of thirtysomething suburbanite moms, and a guy who swears he knows how guns work. In the other, we have boomers in "AMERICA NEEDS GUNS" shirts, newsletter soldiers, and…
 
CORRECTION: I referenced a letter written by a Worthington city council member named Scott Myers. In doing so I incorrectly referred to him as the mayor. I am an idiot, please ignore me. It's bicycle safety month in the US, so strap on your helmets kids. A new shared bike startup comes to Columbus, with an interesting business model: You can leave …
 
Tax season may be over, but the state and city are still looking for money where ever it can be found. ECOT's money? Ohio's money now. Extra revenue from John Glenn? Extra revenue for the city you mean. Luckily, with great budgets, come great libraries, free buses to downtown, and presumably less taxes needed next year. In larger news, the moderate…
 
As OSU football fans mourn the loss of Earle Bruce, fans of a different type of sports are cheering the announcments from a different Ohio university. Tens of thousands of dollars in scholarship money will go to people good at certain video games. In addition we talk about problems keeping your neighborhood nice in Hilltop, the Cleveland greyhound …
 
Eric's sworn enemy, the homeless masses, have had enough with his yuppie kind, and stabbed one. In addition, the Crew move to Austin is on its way to being a giant legal drama, the kind that becomes a low budget cash grab film ten years after the fact. The city also may be getting a shake shack, and legalizing dogs in resturants and bars, although …
 
This week we get a glimpse at this year's marajuana legislation, which seeks to treat the drug like alcohol in almost every regard, including liscening and home development. In city related news, Columbu's own ROOT insurance just recieved one of the largest stage 3 funding amounts ever, the city is dead set on buying the crew, OSU revokes Bill Cosb…
 
The title isn't a joke for once, wendy's literally put out a rap album. Listen to one of their original songs one minute into the podcast. Also, traffic cams may soon be a thing of the past in Ohio, as regulations may serve to make them a nonviable revenue model. In sports news, more is out about the city's case with precourt, and Columbus is on it…
 
What constitutes life? What constitutes a living wage? What constitutes terrorism? What constitutes a 'first world way' to do away with your enemies and hear the lamentations of their women? Join us this week as we talk state abortion laws, proposed OSU and state minimum wage changes, and a Russian global terror plot.…
 
Good lord, it seems like Eric can't go one week without a new story of weird encounters with the homeless. Oh well, I'm sure it's just random coincedence. Lots of happenings in local politics this week, as Kasich gives the State of the State, the Dem Governor primary debates estblish two clear frontrunners, and we talk about the implications on Tru…
 
Lots of buildings being thrown up in the first week of March, as local businesses make public their budgets and plans for the year. We've also changed up the format a bit now, in order to more closely align our topics with Columbus news, and less often with regional/Ohio news. This week's feature is all about Xi Jinping, who half of the show's host…
 
High school activism is at an all time high, both good and bad, in Ohio. On one hand, a record number of threats to shoot up or blow up schools are being reported. On the other, local Upper Arlington students are setting an example nationwide with a civil protest. In other news, Kucinich is intent on throwing away his chances at the governorship be…
 
What city is brutally ripping away all that hard earned talent that the coastal cities earned fair and square? You guessed it, Columbus. In addition, a local business owner did the exact thing that you should never ever do on twitter in the wake of two dead Westerville police, the odds of the hyperloop not being vaporware looks to increase slightly…
 
Would you spend $50 on a shirt or $120 on a pair of shoes? If you are the average American, then you just answered no. This week we talk about what is causing the fashion industry to bleed out, race baiting flyers put up around Hilliard, and a software developer who sought to use sexual favors as currency. Columbus This Week on Podbean: https://col…
 
Eric is back again to detail yet another story of the homeless hating him. Why does one man have so many stories about the homeless wanting to knife him? Are they Chinese sleeper agents trying to execute the anti manadrin propgandist? Does he offer to give them money through wechat? To find these answers, and more, tune in to this episode of Columb…
 
This week we are joined by a guest host and friend of the show, Sam, while Eric is on vacation. Lots of updates on ongoing Columbus happenings, as well as a discussion on a potentially controversial physician assisted suicide bill proposed on the Ohio legislature. Columbus This Week on Podbean: https://columbusthisweek.podbean.com/Columbus this Wee…
 
This week we talk about Columbus making Amazon's top twenty list, Columbus's lack of concern for throwing sheets of snow at other drivers at 50 MPH, and all the hottest spots to spit on people in our great city. Columbus This Week on Podbean: https://columbusthisweek.podbean.com/Columbus this Week on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…
 
We are back from our winter hibernation, just in time to lose heat, and have to record in a frozen building. This episode features James Damore's new lawsuit, a very expensive whiskey tasting event, and Eric getting mad about things. Columbus This Week on Podbean: https://columbusthisweek.podbean.com/Columbus this Week on iTunes: https://itunes.app…
 
With the rising murder rates in Columbus, there's a 200% chance one of the cohosts gets murdered before next episode, so listen in to hear the dying words of a dead man. Show notes: https://pastebin.com/iBh1qZJz Columbus This Week on Podbean: https://columbusthisweek.podbean.com/Columbus this Week on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…
 
Have you ever wondered why clickbait is so darned effective? Probably not, but that question is designed to draw you in regardless. Luckily for you, it turns out that exploiting your easily manipulated primate brain isn't paying dividends for news orgs anymore, and some of your least favorite news media are probably cutting their staff as we speak.…
 
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