On the Money with Chris DeSimio features an interview with David Foster, CFP, CPA, Foster & Motley, in Cincinnati, OH, who was recently named one of the 30 most influential people by theNational Association of Personal Financial Advisors.
Catherine Roma, the long-time director of the women’s choir MUSE, joins Anne Arenstein to discuss her upcoming retirement, some highlights from her time leading MUSE, the incoming director, and what the audience can expect in her final two concerts on June 8 and 9.
Summer in the city means it’s time to salsa on Fountain Square. Nicholas Radina, coordinator of the Thursday night dance and music parties is with Brian O’Donnell to talk about this summer’s schedule of bands and lessons.
The Cincinnati Original Creative Festival happens June 13 -15 at the Sharonville Convention Center. It features vendors, speakers and exhibits of all things sewing, quilting and fiber art. As Robyn Carey-Allgeyer learns from organizer Pam Folberth, one highlight will be an exhibit of quilt squares created by people affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
Paul Miller is a former Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey clown who has settled in Ludlow, Kentucky with his Circus Mojo organization, which strives to unlock individual talents hidden in each of us. Our Stuart Holman talks with Paul Miller about his career as a clown, the goals of Circus Mojo, and how people can become involved with clowning.
Local folk-rock band Josh Eagle and the Harvest City will release their third CD on June 7 during a party at the Southgate House Revival. Josh Eagle joins Brian O’Donnell to talk about this CD and the release party, as well as the current make-up of the band.