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.
Theoretically speaking, what might you get if you put the collected works of Tennessee Williams, John Waters and Quentin Tarantino in a blender and then ran it through a projector? I’m guessing you would get a film on the order of Killer Joe, the latest film from Oscar-winning director William Friedkin, who gave us The French Connection, The Exorcist, and one of my favorites, The Night They Raided Minsky's.
Ann Thompson’s Focus on Technology reports researchers are developing tissue chips that accurately model human organs, such as the lungs, liver and heart. As a result, scientists at Cincinnati Children’s and others may be able to test new drugs faster, safer, and more cost effectively than present methods.
Evan Wallis of Soapbox Cincinnati joins Mark Perzel to discuss all things biking in Cincinnati, including bike sharing, advice for bikers and drivers about sharing the road, the new Bike Center at the Banks, and more. Evan wrote all about biking in the August 14, 2012 Soapbox Cincinnati.
Mark Perzel shares a few minutes with Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati’s Artistic Director D. Lynn Meyers talking not just about their upcoming season, but the current renaissance in the theater’s Over the Rhine neighborhood.