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Cincinnati Edition covers topics from regional government to business, education, health, technology and the arts.

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The Big Story

Feb 1, 2013

Many locals know and enjoy the first-class system of parks Hamilton County has to offer. And while the county’s parks are busy with picnickers, golfers and boaters during the summer, the cold weather months provide a wealth of activities, and a chance for visitors to experience nature from a different perspective.

Maryanne Zeleznik speaks with Hamilton County Park District Marketing Communication Coordinator Kimberly Whitton about what’s going on at Hamilton County parks this winter.


A.G. Lafley, former chairman and CEO of Procter & Gamble, has written Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works, his look at successful business practices from his years of corporate leadership. He joins Mark Perzel by phone to discuss the book, and a special event he will headline on February 7 at Memorial Hall and presented by Joseph Beth Booksellers and Soapbox Cincinnati that will include networking, a presentation by Mr. Lafley and a book signing.


Sports Tourism in Greater Cincinnati

Feb 1, 2013

The exciting news last week was that Cincinnati will host the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. How do events like these get awarded to cities and what does it mean for the local economy? Linda Antus, president of the Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to talk about the impact of big events and sports tourism.


Have you heard of a “migratory classroom?” It’s a new concept in hands-on learning that Cincinnati’s The Bird Haus is bringing to our region. Cat Amaro, founder of The Bird Haus, explains the idea behind people with passions passing along their knowledge outside of a traditional classroom. Mark Perzel welcomes Cat Amaro into the studio to talk about The Bird Haus concept, how people can get involved as either a student or a teacher and how it got its name.


We are now into the second month of the New Year, so time to get an update on activity in the investing world from our friends Dale Coates and Jason Jackman from Johnson Investment Counsel as they spend some time On the Money with Chris DeSimio.


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