Lee Hay has a profile of antique dealer Al Roche, a former Cincinnatian, now living in Texas and working as a sculptor. He talks about how eBay has affected the antique business; his work as a sculptor; and the Brimfield & Canton antique shows.
Laurie Wilson from Game Plan Strategy Student Coaching works directly with high schools students to plan their career paths and the route there through higher education. She’s in-studio with Robyn Carey-Allgeyer to discuss the challenges today’s students face, and provides details of an upcoming information session she will host on October 13.
One book, 50 separate recipes for a variety cinnamon rolls (including local favorite, schnecken!) Judith Fertig, author of I Love Cinnamon Rolls, talks all things gooey and sweet (and no trips to the mall necessary!) with Mark Perzel. (Listen for this book as a tasty thank-you gift during our fall fund drive!)
Thane Maynard talks in-studio with Aaron Rourke, president of Rivers Unlimited, who provides a look at the health of some of the local rivers, and the need for more community involvement in cleaning and protecting all the local rivers and streams.
It’s time once again for Cincinnati World Cinema to bring you the latest edition of the British Arrow Award winning commercials. That’s right…commercials. These little mini-movies, created for television and cinema use in the UK offer up more creativity and imagination than what we usually get on this side of the pond.
With the importance and high cost of attending college these days, families have to do their homework and develop a plan long before their kids are close to high school graduation. Choosing the right school, deciphering the admissions process and figuring out financing can seem overwhelming.