Jim Nolan

Interactive Communications Manager, Host of Local Exposure

Jim is a Northern Kentucky native and a father of three. In his spare time, Jim likes to read, play ice hockey and watch foreign films. He currently resides with his family on the East side of town.

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In Blood Aces: The Wild Ride of Benny Binion, the Texas Gangster Who Created Vegas Poker, biographer Doug J. Swanson provides the definitive account of a great American antihero, a man whose rise from thugdom to prominence and power is unmatched in the history of American criminal justice.

Acclaimed rock band Cracker was in town recently for a show at The Southgate House Revival and two of the members, frontman David Lowery and ace guitarist Johnny Hickman, came by our studios to perform three songs and talk about the band, their current tour and their new double CD,

One of our area’s favorite craft brewers, Rivertown Brewing Company, recently created a beer called Shamble On that was inspired by the music of local band The Whiskey Shambles.

Through personal interviews with survivors, the memoirs of crew members, and the sailors' wartime correspondence, historian and author John Wukovits tells the nearly-forgotten story of the Japanese kamikaze attack on the USS Laffey on April 16, 1945.

Jim Nolan provides a preview of the 2015 Northside Rock 'N Roll Carnival, July 2-4 at Hoffner Park.

A retail store that changes out inventory based on seasonal themes is coming to Main Street in Cincinnati’s Over the Rhine neighborhood.

Our Jim Nolan has a review of the latest CD project from The Happy Maladies called Must Love Cats.

It’s almost time for the annual Bunbury Music Festival, this year featuring a new owner, new dates and a line-up of musical talent including The Avett Brothers, Snoop Dog, The Black Keys and more.

Jim Nolan reviews the second album from Cincinnati band Leggy called Nice Try.

Inspired by the historical figure of Sarah Grimke, Sue Monk Kidd, author of The Secret Life of Bees, presents a masterpiece of hope, daring, the quest for freedom, and the desire to have a voice in the world.  

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