Virtual reality was once the province of science fiction book and movies — think of the holodeck on "Star Trek." But virtual reality is becoming a practical, real-world technology, one that people are trying to find uses for in a variety of fields, including international journalism.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and Hamilton County Commissioner Greg Hartmann said they are committed to fixing the broken relationship between the city and county concerning the Metropolitan Sewer District. Both spoke after an hour long meeting Monday at City Hall.
Hartmann said for MSD to be successful, the county has to have a coordinated approach with the city.
The last blues show of 2014 begins with local favorite and a world-class pianist, Ricky Nye. There's also songs by Tom Waits, Van Morrison and Johnny Adams. The last set features the Bluebirds Big Band, Steely Dan and Mark Murphy.
City Lights has released a new book of the lyrics of Van Morrison called "Lit Up Inside" which came out in late October, 2014.
Join Bill this Saturday evening at 1opm for a great show that'll start with Chris Connor's version of "Jeepers Creepers" followed by Nat King Cole and "There Will Never Be Another You." You'll also hear from Bing Crosby, Julie London, and Jo Stafford. Some of the big bands featured include Buddy Rich, Duke Ellington, and Benny Goodman.
If Ohio’s Republican governor, John Kasich, swept into a second term with a massive re-election win in November, truly does have presidential ambitions, a very large monkey wrench was thrown into the mix this week.
Jeb Bush – the former Florida governor, son of one president and brother of another – did what GOP political operatives and big-time contributors have been waiting for. He announced – via a Facebook post – that he is exploring the possibility of becoming a candidate for the 2016 GOP nomination.
And to some degree, it's not a technical issue. You have a somewhat spanking new underwater cable connecting you to the global internet. We heard about it a few years ago when the people at Dyn Research spotted it.
Seth Rogen is far from the first filmmaker to take a pot shot at a notorious world leader.
Charlie Chaplin’s famous portrayal of fictitious dictator Adenoid Hynkel, a thinly-veiled version of Hitler, made waves around the world when he premiered the 1940 comedy, "The Great Dictator."
“Initially, when he proposed the film, there were fears — in Britain, particularly, where appeasement was still very much in the air — and there was talk that the film would be dangerous," says film critic and historian David Thomson.