Local Exposure

Local Exposure (LX) is WVXU’s on-location Arts, Events and Culture program that seeks out the known and not-so-well known niches that make Greater Cincinnati such a unique place to visit, live and shop.

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The Local Exposure podcast is available on Stitcher.
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Covington, KY
1:40 pm
Fri July 19, 2013

Kiki Live: Fun, Fashion and Friends

Kiki Magazine is written for girls ages 8-14 and was the 2013 winner of the Parents' Choice Gold Award

Kiki Magazine is a publication for girls who love life, appreciate creativity, and recognize good ideas.  Contributors to the magazine are professional women with a wide range of disciplines. Each issue of the magazine offers seven separate "departments" that blend style and artistry with knowledge and creativity. 

On July 27 Kiki Magazine is sponsoring Kiki Live! an all-day workshop for girls ages 8-14 who want to build self-confidence and creativity through fashion design.  The workshop, which will be held at Seven Hills School, features unique sessions and activities developed to entertain, enrich, and empower.

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Morrow, OH
12:15 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

Learning to Fly: Camp Kern Ozone Zipline Adventures

Chelsea is happy to be back on solid ground

365 days a year, weather permitting, Camp Kern's Ozone Zipline Adventure gives anyone with a sense of adventure a chance to soar among the treetops and across the Little Miami River.

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Mad Anthony
3:42 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Local band in auto accident: community goes into action

Mad Anthony
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The three members of the band Mad Anthony were injured in a June 29th car accident while on tour outside Louisville en route to Evansville, IN.  

The musicians, Marc, Ringo and Adam have all returned home to Cincinnati to recover.  Several tour dates have been canceled "with more TBA" according to the band's Facebook page.

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Downtown
3:40 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

ChoreMonster: Making Kids' Chores Fun

Chris Bergman, founder of ChoreMonster

As a parent, I know that there are few tasks more frustrating than getting your kids to do their chores. However, with the development of this new app, mundane activities such as washing the dishes, taking out the trash or walking the dog can now become more like games.

ChoreMonster, is an online system that allows kids to acquire ‘points’ every time they do a task.  Those points can then be redeemed for various goodies.  It is a basic and simple reward system that just plain seems to work.

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Florence, KY
11:09 am
Wed June 26, 2013

Review: Miyoshi Japanese Restaurant Brings Authentic Japanese Cuisine to Kentucky

The 'Rainbow Roll' provides the diner with an excellent combination of flavor, texture and color
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First and foremost, I would like to state for the record that I am NOT a restaurant critic.  I lack the training and sensibilities to do justice to that role.

Secondly, I am not what you would call a ‘foodie.’  I can’t tell you what region a balsamic vinegar came from or whether my asparagus is organic or not.

I simply enjoy and appreciate really good food of most any kind and, to be completely honest, I realized that I have been a bit lax in the “Food” portion of the “Food, Family & Culture” focus for Local Exposure.

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