The narrator of Maria Semple's newest book, Where'd You Go, Bernadette, is 15-year-old Bee Fox. She's a nice kid, a good musician and a great student. In fact, she's such a great student that her parents have promised her anything she wants — and she chooses a family trip to Antarctica.
Cincinnati’s de la Arts Dance Company has started theDancing with Parkinson’s program for patients with this disease and their caregivers. Elizabeth Grover, coordinator of the program, explains to Robyn Carey-Allgeyer that, while this is not a therapy or exercise class, it does provide movements that can be helpful to Parkinson’s patients.
Jim Stump welcomes League of Cincinnati Theatres President Cathy Springfield and LCT Board Member Sherry McCamley to talk about the work of the League and their 6th Annual Meet the Directors – Curtain Up event on September 9 at Joseph Beth Booksellers.
Singer Nancy James and Maestro Carmon DeLeone are presenting two different programs celebrating the life and music of Rosemary Clooney. September 1 is a benefit performance at Seton Performance Hall. September 9 is a Xavier University Masters of Swing Series concert. Frank Johnson welcomes both musicians to the studio to talk about Rosemary Clooney and these events.