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The Journal #2532 - Wood County Museum

From the history of a unique local school to free First Fridays to a rose-colored romance, the Wood County Museum in Bowling Green, Ohio, welcomes you into the stories of the people and places of Wood County. Director Annette Wells shares more about the museum’s exhibits.

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The Journal #2531 - BGSU Eclipse Activities

The April 8, 2024, solar eclipse will be a once-in-a-lifetime event for most of us. What should we expect and what are the historical and cultural impacts? Here to explain from Bowling Green State University are Dr. Andrew Layden and Dr. Kate Dellenbusch, Department of Physics and Astronomy; Dr. Emily Freeman Brown, College of Musical Arts; and Kelly Pheneger, WBGU-PBS.

WBGU-PBS' flagship public affairs show is called The Journal. This show truly has stood the test of time and continues to focus on issues pertinent to Northwest and West Central Ohio. The Journal covers a wide range of important topics such as legislative, education, health and economic issues affecting our region. Steve Kendall, the voice of WBGU-PBS, serves as The Journal’s dedicated host. Steve has more than 30 years of broadcast experience that crosses various mediums including 20 years in the Toledo radio market and ample air-time on WBGU-PBS serving as an anchor of pledge programs and as the voice of many station announcements.

Steve Kendall, host of The Journal

Host Steve Kendall