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Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County
12:30 am
Fri December 21, 2012

Kid-Friendly Exhibits Downtown

From the Golden Books exhibit
The Animals’ Merry Christmas: Copyright Richard Scarry, 1958

Now that the kids are off for a couple of weeks, and you’re done with opening presents and spending money on presents, what will you do until school starts again? How about a trip to the library? And not just to check out books, but to enjoy a couple of exhibitions that even adults will enjoy.

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On the Money with Chris DeSimio
12:30 am
Fri December 21, 2012

Investment Advisor & Columnist John Dorfman

For one final look at 2012 and a look forward to 2013 in the world of money and investing, John Dorfman, founder of Thunderstorm Capital and columnist for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, is On the Money with Chris DeSimio.

December 22, 2012
12:30 am
Fri December 21, 2012

The Week in Review

The Week in Review with WVXU reporter Jay Hanselman.

Peggy Shannon, Queen of the Cookies
12:31 am
Fri December 14, 2012

Queen City Cookies Keeps Growing

In less than three years, Queen City Cookies has taken the food world by storm! Recognized by trade magazines, their cookies carried in stores around the country, and their bacon schnecken has won numerous awards. This year, they had to move into a larger space to accommodate a substantially increased production process. Mark Perzel gets an update on this amazing success story from the founder/CEO/creative force of Queen City Cookies, Peggy Shannon.


Focus on Technology
12:31 am
Fri December 14, 2012

New 4-D Transistors

4-D Transistor

In the world of computing it’s all about being faster and better. As Ann Thompson reports in this week’s Focus on Technology, a group of Purdue and Harvard scientists have come up with a new 4-D transistor. The novel design and material, directing the flow of electrical current, is said to be a preview of future computers.


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