Artist Harriet Kaufman is with our Jane Durrell to talk about the current Hands-on Sculpture art exhibit, now on display in the Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired’ sWilloughby Art Gallery.
School is back and college sports are starting up. Lee Hay spends a few minutes with John Spinney, coach of the women’s volleyball team at Thomas More College, talking about the growth of volleyball both in college and the pros.
A Cincinnati charter amendment to remove obsolete and ambiguous language from the city's 88-year-old city charter will be on the November ballot.
Cincinnati City Council voted unanimously today for the changes recommended by a 24-member Charter Review Task Force. Council needed to act at today's meeting so the Hamilton County Board of Elections can certify it to the ballot at its meeting Monday.
The five-story mural, on the side of the old Crown Brewing Company building at 131 East McMicken, depicts two workers crowning a pint of beer while standing atop a beer line reminiscent of the late 1800's. It was designed and illustrated by Keith Neltner of Neltner Small Batch.
This week's blues show begins with a song from Deanna Bogart's new Blind Pig release, just a wish away. There are also songs by Cincinnati musicians Larry Goshorn, The Bluebirds, and Magnolia Mountain.
If you enjoy songs performed by female jazz vocalists, you'll enjoy this weekend's swing show on Saturday, September 6th beginning at 10pm. Doris Day performs "The Very Thought of You," and Nancy Wilson sings "The Song is You." You'll also hear a couple of songs by the legendary Ella Fitzgerald including "Coochi, Coochi, Coo" as well as "Let's Begin" from the Jerome Kern Songbook cd.
Cincinnati State's professors have a new contract. The three year deal between the Board of Trustees and the college's chapter of the American Association of University Professors will take effect immediately.
A release says salaries will increase 1.25 percent in the first year 1.5 percent in the second year and 2 percent in the third year. The Board of Trustees approved the agreement yesterday. It was approved by a unanimous vote of AAUP members August 22.