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June 8, 2013
1:30 am
Fri June 7, 2013

The Week in Review

New Programs
7:07 am
Thu June 6, 2013

New Expanded Cincinnati Edition Moves to Weekdays at 2:00; Three New Programs Added

Beginning July 1 and airing Monday – Thursday from 2:00-3:00pm, WVXU will air an expanded Cincinnati Edition.  The program has aired Saturday and Sunday mornings since 2005 when Cincinnati Public Radio began operating WVXU. This new daily version will keep some of the same elements, but with the addition of listener interaction and the benefits of immediacy. (Click the above headline for full details - see the slideshow for all host photos)

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June 2, 2013
10:36 am
Mon June 3, 2013

This Week's Headlines

Maryanne Zeleznik is joined by Howard Wilkinson and Tana Weingartner to discuss some of the latest newws stories.

Field Notes
5:32 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Away with Geese Partners with Lake Superior Watershed Conservancy

The Canadian Goose can cause extensive damage to golf courses, private ponds, and commercial retention ponds.
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The large numbers of Canada Geese in and around the tri-state are causing more and more damage to property, but a Cincinnati company has developed a humane way to keep them away. Tom Wells, president of Away with Geese, joins Thane Maynard on this week’s Field Notes to discuss their method and their recently announced partnership with the Lake Superior Watershed Conservancy.

June 2, 2013
5:32 am
Fri May 31, 2013

WordPlay

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The Northside neighborhood is home to WordPlay, a relatively new children’s literacy non-profit, giving neighborhood kids a place to go to ready, write and find new ways to express themselves. Libby Hunter, co-founder and executive director, is in-studio with Mark Perzel to discuss how WordPlay came into being and the organization’s mission and goals.

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