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Jay Hanselman reviews some of the stories that made news in Greater Cincinnati this past week, including City Council term limits, relocating utilities for the streetcar project, and levies for Hamilton County Senior and Mental Health Services.

30th Annual Newtown 5K on August 11

Aug 7, 2012

Thane Maynard, director of the Cincinnati Zoo and Cincinnati Edition contributor, is the honorary starter for the 30th Annual Newtown 5K coming up Saturday August 11. He talks with Mark Perzel about the event, the celebration of the anniversary, and what to expect if you take part.

The Front Row with Betsy Ross

Aug 7, 2012

As the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2012 prepares to be enshrined this weekend, John Thorn, one of the editors of the new book, The Pro Football Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book: Where Greatness Lives, is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross.

On The Money

Aug 7, 2012

Recent developments at Cincinnati’s Procter & Gamble have raised one question in people’s minds: who is Bill Ackman? For some answers, Chris DeSimio is On the Money with Christine Richard, author of Confidence Game: How Hedge Fund Manager Bill Ackman Called Wall Street's Bluff.

Mars Science Lab Curiosity

Aug 7, 2012

Dr. Steve Squyres, Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University and Principal Investigator for the Mars Exploration Rover, joins the Cincinnati Observatory’s Dean Regas to discuss Monday’s landing of the Mars Science Lab Curiosity and the ongoing exploration of Mars by three orbiters and the rover Opportunity.

Cybercycling

Aug 7, 2012

An increasing number of studies show so-called cybercyling helps keep the mind sharp. Ann Thompson, in this week’s Focus on Technology, goes to a Fort Thomas assisted living facility to see if the seniors there are embracing it.

As part of our continuing commitment to the American Graduate effort to prevent school drop-outs, Mark Perzel welcomed Principal Kimberly Mack and Resource Coordinator Pamela Knox from John P Parker Elementary School to discuss identifying kids at risk of dropping out and programs they have in place to address the issue. American Graduate is a public media initiative funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Review: The Deep Blue Sea

Aug 3, 2012

If you miss the days of Merchant-Ivory films, or if you just enjoy a film with a stellar British pedigree, then The Deep Blue Sea is just the ticket.  Based on the play by Terence Rattigan, scribe of such well-regarded works as Separate Tables and The Browning Version, The Deep Blue Sea is a tragic drama of love, lust and infidelity. Terence Davies, a director with a short, but highly respected list of credits, including Distant Voices, Still Lives, and The Long Day Closes, lovingly directs The Deep Blue Sea.

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