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Mark Perzel shares a few minutes with Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati’s Artistic Director D. Lynn Meyers talking not just about their upcoming season, but the current renaissance in the theater’s Over the Rhine neighborhood.

Plant Trial Days

Aug 24, 2012

The 2012 Plant Trials Day at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens is August 29. Hundreds of Master Gardeners, industry professionals, garden clubs and homeowners will gather to learn about the Zoo’s plant trialing program. Mark Perzel welcomes in Scott Beuerlein from the Cincinnati Zoo to discuss the program, which sold out early last year.

Jay Hanselman takes a look at the week's top stories in his Week in Review.

The Retirement Maze

Aug 24, 2012

Author Rob Pescale is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to discuss his latest book, The Retirement Maze: What You Should Know Before and After You Retire.

Chick Ludwig

Aug 24, 2012

It’s a great time for sports fans in Cincinnati – the Reds are entrenched in the pennant race and the Bengals are gearing up for the start of a new season. With all that going on, time to bring longtime sports writer Chick Ludwig into The Front Row with Betsy Ross.

Ida Lieszkovszky / StateImpact Ohio

The Ohio State Board of Education finds itself once again looking for a new Superintendent. StateImpact Ohio's Ida Lieszkovszky reports:

StateImpact Ohio

Despite the hot, dry Summer which has affected many crops in the Midwest, Ohio's wine grape harvest this year appears to be one of the best in recent history. Bill Rice of Ohio Public radio station, WCPN reports:

Review: The Salt of Life

Aug 19, 2012

A few years back, Gianni Di Gregorio made a nice little film called Mid-August Lunch. Now that it’s mid-August again, here comes his follow-up feature, The Salt of Life. It’s not quite as good, but still may provide a nice summertime diversion if you’re looking for something other than the latest blockbuster or a kids movie.

Sam Obermyer

Social media updates are a hit with tennis fans at the Western & Southern Open this weekend. Learn how the social media team goes out of its way to tweet player comments and photos, normally not seen or heard by the public. Ann Thompson reports in this week’s Focus on Technology.

Until September 16, visitors to the Taft Museum of Art have the opportunity to enjoy Old Masters to Impressionists: Three Centuries of French Painting from the Wadsworth Athenaeum. Curator Lynn Ambrosini talks about the exhibition and who some of those old masters are in a conversation with Mark Perzel.