Music
10:28 am
Wed July 9, 2014

Swing with Bill Cartwright: 7/12/14

This swing show begins with vocalist Sue Raney who signed with Capitol Records at the age of 17.  You'll also hear from the Four Freshmen, the Nat King Cole Trio, and Nancy Wilson.  Big bands sounds include music from Gene Krupa, Count Basie, Charlie Barnet, and Glen Gray.

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Music
9:30 am
Wed July 9, 2014

The Blues: 7.12.14

The spotlight's on the many talented musicians from the Tri-State past and present.  The show begins with legendary guitarist Lonnie Mack and ends with boogie-woogie wonder Ricky Nye.  You'll also hear from Sonny Moorman, the Kelly Richey Band, and Noah Hunt.  Plus Jimmy McGary's live performance in the WVXU studio in 1988 doing "See See Rider."  There's also songs by local blues legends H-Bomb Ferguson, Big Joe Duskin, and Pigmeat Jarrett.

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Children's
6:00 am
Wed July 9, 2014

Using dying heartbeats to make music

This stethoscope can record a heartbeat. Later Cincinnati Children's music therapist Brian Schreck puts it to music.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center emphasizes it's not for everyone, but a few families are taking advantage of a new way to remember their critically ill children.

Music therapist Brian Schreck  records the child's heartbeat and uses it as a metronome or drumbeat while he mixes it with songs that are important to the patient or the family.

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
4:00 am
Wed July 9, 2014

Thomas More College President David Armstrong on his first year at the school and a look ahead

  Last week marked the anniversary of David Armstrong’'s first year as president of Thomas More College. One of his primary missions is to position the liberal arts college to take the most advantage of changes coming to higher education. In his first year, several initiatives have already been put in place, including a new athletic training major; a requirement for all students to complete an internship or co-op before graduation; adding online programs; and even the formation of a marching band.

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
4:00 am
Wed July 9, 2014

Covington's UpTech successfully supports technology entreprenuers

  Of the 15 companies that have been helped by UpTech, the Northern Kentucky business accelerator, over the last two years, 13 are still in operation. That is a great track record when you consider that half of all new-business startups fail. UpTech, which focuses on informatics and new ways to process, store, retrieve and use data, recently named the semi-finalists in its third class of entrepreneurs.

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Economic development
3:11 pm
Tue July 8, 2014

Banks construction street closure and design review

Credit Provided, The Banks

Update 7/9/14 at 9:20am:  The concrete pours were delayed overnight.  Now rescheduled to begin (weather permitting) Thursday, July 10th at 1:00 a.m. and wrap-up by mid-morning.  Scheduled to be complete by Reds game start on Thursday 12:35 p.m.

Construction work on the next phase of The Banks project will shut down a section of Race Street early Wednesday morning.  The road will be closed between Freedom Way and Second Street from 2 a.m. until 10 a.m. Wednesday.  

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Music
2:19 pm
Tue July 8, 2014

Jazz at the Music@BCM concert series

There’s a change for this Thursday’s, 7/10, concert in the Music@BCM series. Mike Wade & Dannita Wade and the Jazz Ambassadors will be at BCM instead of the Leroy Ellington Band. Mike's unique brand of jazz will be injected with a healthy dose of R&B and funk.

Doors open at 6 pm for food and drinks, and the concert runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is only $5 for adults and $3 for children.  Concertgoers can also purchase great food from Colonial Cottage, and support local youth and community organizations in the process. BCM members will receive one free drink ticket.

Politics
1:10 pm
Tue July 8, 2014

Cleveland wins 2016 Republican National Convention

Cincinnati's loss is Cleveland's gain. The city has been chosen to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.

Cleveland was selected over Dallas.  A date hasn't been announced.

This will be Cleveland's third time hosting. It previously held the convention in 1924 and 1936.

Speaking with reporters after a campaign event in Hamilton this morning, Gov. John Kasich praised Cleveland for landing the convention.

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Sachs Fund Prize
10:36 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Local author Leah Stewart wins ArtsWave award

Leah Stewart

ArtsWave announced today that Cincinnati author Leah Stewart will receive its 2014 Rosa F. and Samuel B. Sachs Fund Prize. The award, created to celebrate outstanding achievements in the arts, recognizes Stewart for her award-winning novels and contributions to Cincinnati's literary scene. 

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Fred Hersch
8:48 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Jazz pianist Fred Hersch releases new cd

Cincinnati native Fred Hersch has released a cd, Floating,  with his trio that The Wall Street Journal calls "one of the major ensembles of our time".  Fred Hersch is on piano along with bassist John Hebert and drummer Eric McPherson.  The cd features 7 new compositions by Fred Hersch along with music by Dietz/Schwartz, Lerner/Loewe and Thelonious Monk.

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