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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Pops Conductor John Morris Russell

Holidays with the Pops
Cincinnati Pops

  

Cincinnati Pops

 

Conductor John Morris Russell joins Cincinnati Edition to talk about music celebrating the Christmas season, the Ring CD project and Holidays with the Pops.

 

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu December 5, 2013

Brakes Put to Streetcar

Streetcar work suspended

  Cincinnati’s new mayor and city council were sworn in Sunday, and, as expected, most of their focus this week has been on the streetcar. Just yesterday, council voted to suspend construction while an audit is done to determine the costs involved in continuing or abandoning the project. We hear arguments for stopping the project from Vice Mayor David Mann and Council Member Kevin Flynn.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu December 5, 2013

Some on Council Want Streetcar to Go Forward

Cincinnati Council Member Chris Seelbach
City of Cincinnati

  P.G. Sittenfeld and Chris Seelbach are among the Cincinnati City Council members who want to see the streetcar move forward. We hear why they believe it would be unwise to abandon the streetcar project at this point.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu December 5, 2013

Breaking the Line, Sam Freedman

Latest book by Samuel G. Freedman
samuelfreedman.com

  Author, Columbia University Professor and New York Times Columnist Samuel G. Freedman is in town to moderate a panel tonight at the Freedom Center, hosted by the Cincinnati Museum Center. Mr. Freedman’s latest book frames black history and the civil rights movement through the lens of college football.

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Focus on Technology
1:00 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

The science behind Elvis and the polar bears

This is one of 14,000 polar bear fecal samples from around North America and housed at the Cincinnati Zoo. It's hoped information from the fecal matter will lead to greater understanding of polar bear reproduction.
Emily Wendler WVXU

You might have heard about the polar bear poop sniffing dog Elvis who tries to determine which polar bears are pregnant, as reported by WVXU in this story. Here he is in suburban Kansas City taking a whiff of each sample and sitting when there is an indication of a pregnancy.

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