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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Local Exposure
9:55 am
Fri January 11, 2013

New 'Survivor' cast includes Cincinnati native

Matt Bischoff and his 'beard wall' in his home in Cincinnati

Local musician, competitive beard grower and owner of Failure Bikes, Matt Bischoff will be among the 20 contestants in the next season of CBS's long-running reality show, Survivor.

Below is an archived interview I did with Matt for Local Exposure in December, 2011.

Local Exposure
4:16 pm
Thu January 10, 2013

The House of 'WOW!'

The 'new' telescope at the Cincinnati Observatory

Dean Regas is the Outreach Astronomer for The Cincinnati Observatory in Mt. Lookout.  The observatory is home to, among other things, the oldest telescope in the United States which is still in use on a daily basis.


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Author Bruce Worden
12:32 am
Fri January 4, 2013

"Woodstalk: Three Days of Peace, Music and Zombies"

Northern Kentucky resident and writer Bruce Worden, author of Goodnight Keith Moon, plus his popular blog Homophones, Weakly, talks by phone with Jim Nolan about his newest comic book series, Woodstalk: Three Days of Peace, Music and Zombies.


Impact Cincinnati
10:26 am
Thu December 27, 2012

Impact Cincinnati for January 3, 2013

Dr. Bonnie Brehm, Dr. Randy Seely and Sunnie Southern in the WVXU studios

For many of us, each new year brings a new resolve to lose weight and lead a healthier lifestyle. It’s not easy, but with the dramatic rise of obesity in the U.S., it’s critical we try.

Join us Thursday morning January 3 at 9:20, as we discuss the right way to lose weight and eat better. You can send your questions to impact@wvxu.org. We’re also on Twitter. Impact Cincinnati, on 91-7, WVXU.


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Street Music
9:00 am
Thu December 20, 2012

Cincinnati Street Music: James

James playing his flute on the corner of 9th and Main

James Davis is most often found performing on the corner of 9th and Main downtown, many times with his nephew.  When I met with him, he spoke openly about the challenges that face street musicians in Cincinnati and around the country.

James also sells StreetVibes, a locally-produced newspaper that advocates for the homeless.

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