Arts

Art Academy of Cincinnati
3:00 pm
Sun August 19, 2012

President John Sullivan

John Sullivan - new president of the Art Academy of Cincinnati

In advance of the new school year, Jane Durrell welcomes President John Sullivan from the Art Academy of Cincinnati to talk about the school’s fall term, their community education programs, and his feelings regarding Cincinnati since recently relocating here.

Literacy Council Benefit
3:00 pm
Sun August 19, 2012

Music Among Friends Concert

"Sunday Baroque" host Suzanne Bona

Next Sunday is the Fifth Annual Music Among Friends classical music concert, benefiting the Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown Counties. Brian O’Donnell speaks with organizer, performer, literacy tutor and host of Sunday Baroque on 90.9 WGUC, Suzanne Bona, about the event and this year’s performers.

Arts & Life
6:21 am
Sun August 19, 2012

'Gone With The Wind' Author's Estate A Windfall

Originally published on Sun August 19, 2012 2:41 pm

Transcript

(SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC, "TARA'S THEME")

LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

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Author Interviews
6:21 am
Sun August 19, 2012

The 'State Of England' Is Grim In 'Lionel Asbo'

Martin Amis is the author of London Fields, Time's Arrow and The Rachel Papers.
Isabel Fonseca

Originally published on Sun August 19, 2012 2:41 pm

Martin Amis' latest novel is his 15th work of fiction. His books are comical, raunchy, full of flashy language and a sense of something new being done. And in Lionel Asbo: State of England, the titular Lionel is vicious, violent and very funny.

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Sunday Puzzle
3:15 am
Sun August 19, 2012

Shuffle The Anagram, K?

NPR Graphic

Originally published on Sun August 19, 2012 2:41 pm

On-air challenge: This week's puzzle is called "Anagram K-pers." Every answer is a familiar word starting with the letter "K." You identify the words from their anagrams. For example, K + vane will make "knave."

Last week's challenge: Name two insects. Read the names one after the other. Insert an "H" somewhere in this string of letters, and you'll complete a familiar word that is the opposite of what either of these insects is. What word is it?

Answer: Behemoth (bee, moth)

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