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On the Money
5:30 am
Fri May 31, 2013

David Foster, Recently Named One of Most Influential

David Foster

On the Money with Chris DeSimio features an interview with David Foster, CFP, CPA, Foster & Motley, in Cincinnati, OH, who was recently named one of the 30 most influential people by the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors.

June 1, 2013
5:30 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion

Mark Perzel delves into the business of cheap clothes with author Elizabeth Cline. Cline uncovers the true nature of cheap fashion and its impact on the economy and the environment in her new book Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion.

June 1, 2013
5:30 am
Fri May 31, 2013

The Gardener and the Grill

They're known as the BBQ Queens, but now they're focusing on the "garden to grill to table" movement. Mark Perzel has a conversation with Karen Adler, who along with Judith Fertig, wrote the new cookbook The Gardener and the Grill: The Bounty of the Garden Meets the Sizzle of the Grill.

June 1, 2013
5:30 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Cincinnati Reds Update with Mark Schmetzer

The Comeback Kids: Cincinnati Reds 2010 Championship Season by by Joe Jacobs and Mark Schmetzer
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Focus on Technology
5:31 am
Fri May 24, 2013

Fighting bed bugs on a molecular level

Bed bug samples in Regina Baucom's lab.
UC

There is disagreement over whether Cincinnati has made much progress in its fight against bed bugs. It still shows up among the top U.S. cities for the bloodsucking arthropods. Right now heat is the most effective way to get rid of them. Chemical treatments are another option. But one University of Cincinnati professor has a possible futuristic solution. Regina Baucom looks to hurt them on a molecular level. Ann Thompson reports in "Focus on Technology."

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