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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Online reputation damage control

The Moerlein Lager House now has an employee who constantly monitors social media and immediately brings any unwanted publicity to the boss's attention. It's been that way since the restaurant was embroiled in controversy more than a year ago when it took out full page ads calling itself "Wrigley South."

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Cincinnati Edition
1:30 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

The Changing Perception of Tattoos

Artist Troy Coe working on a tattoo
Holly Yurchison/WVXU

There was a time when someone with a tattoo was seen as a biker, criminal or a member of the military. But tattoos have become mainstream, with one survey estimating that 23% of Americans have a tattoo. And that percentage increases for those under the age of 30.

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Conventions add $Millions to Local Economy
1:30 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Local CVBs attract thousands to town

Northern Kentucky Convention Center

  Each year thousands of people come to Greater Cincinnati for conventions and trade shows and contribute millions of dollars to our local economy. Mark Heyne talks with Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau President and CEO Eric Summe and President and CEO of the Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau, Dan Lincoln, about attracting meetings and conventions here.

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GED Changes in 2014
1:30 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

High-School Equivalency Test Changing

Martha Karlage and Mary Horan

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Garden Tips and Farmers Markets
1:30 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

Gardening and What to Find at Local Markets

It takes work, but worth it
Holly Yurchison/WVXU

Days of dry, intense heat alternating with long periods of almost constant rain, the weather has been hard on farms and gardens this year. But



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