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Cincinnati Edition
9:00 am
Sun January 12, 2014

Thomas More College President David Armstrong

Thomas More College President David Armstrong
Provided, Thomas More College

  Thomas More College in Northern Kentucky named a new president last year. David A. Armstrong took office on July 1, he’s the 14th president of the small, Catholic liberal arts college. He talks with us about Thomas More, and what he hopes to accomplish during his tenure at the school.

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Cincinnati Edition
12:05 pm
Fri January 10, 2014

The Great Tree Summit 2014

Taking Root campaign to save our region's trees
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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri January 10, 2014

Chef Jean-Robert de Cavel

Chef Jean-Robert de Cavel
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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri January 10, 2014

The Carnegie

The Sound of Music starts January 17 at The Carnegie
Provided, The Carnegie

  

The Carnegie

 

is the largest, and only, multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, with The Carnegie Galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center and the Otto M. Budig Theatre housed together under the historic building’s landmark dome. Managing Director of Theatre  Joshua Steele and Deputy Director Alicia Krall explore all that The Carnegie has to offer.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu January 9, 2014

Does Where You Live Determine How Long You'll Live?

Life expectancy by neighborhood in Cincinnati
Provided, Cincinnati Health Department

The results of a life expectancy study recently conducted by the Cincinnati Health Department show as much as a 20 year difference in longevity among the city’s 47 neighborhood groupings. Cincinnati Health Department Commissioner Dr. Noble Maseru and Assistant Health Commissioner Dr. Camille Jones discuss the study, and what can be done to address health inequalities in our community.

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