Arts

Cincinnati Preservation
3:03 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Preserving Cemeteries in Columbia Tusculum

The Cincinnati Preservation Society is working diligently to preserve cemeteries in Columbia Tusculum. Executive Director Paul Mueller joins Barbara Gray to discuss the historic relevance of these cemeteries and the extensive efforts and partnerships that are collaborating on this project.

Arts
2:59 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Soul of the City

Soul of the City is the upcoming art exhibit at the historic Betts House, and Jane Durrell welcomes two of the participating artists, Karen Feinberg and Debbie Davidson.

Arts
2:56 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Convalescence by Tyrone Williams

Tyrone Williams recites his poem, Convalescence.

Arts
2:49 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Interview with Ken Strunk

Local actor Ken Strunk

Local actor Ken Strunk recently completed filming the movie Promised Land, starring Matt Damon and Hal Holbrook. He joins Jim Stump to talk about this project, filming in Pittsburgh, and life on the set, including his conversations with movie veteran Holbrook

Movie Reviews
1:03 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Sixty And Sexless, But 'Hope Springs' Eternal

In Hope Springs, Kay (Meryl Streep) forces Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) into a week of couples therapy after she gets tired of — among other things — sleeping in separate bedrooms.
Barry Wetcher Sony Pictures

Originally published on Wed August 8, 2012 2:58 pm

The last time my 14-year-old daughter saw me and my wife being affectionate, she said, "Ewwww, old people kissing." Now, I'm not so old — barely half a century. But let's be frank. My daughter's no different from many people whose objects of fantasy are young and freakishly fit. So even a mild, cutesy little comedy like Hope Springs about two sexagenarians trying to have sex can seem shocking, even transgressive.

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