In time for Halloween season, Roberta Schultz reviews the new book Kentucky Hauntings: Homespun Ghost Stories and Unexplained History by Roberta Simpson Brown and Lonnie E. Brown.


Everyone has heard the stories of how Bobby Mackey’s nightclub in Northern Kentucky is haunted. Now, local author Dan Smith has written the definitive book on these tales, Ghosts of Bobby Mackey's Music World, and he joins Lee Hay to talk about the history of the location, the violence that happened there, and his own personal paranormal experiences.

Flour Bakery

In October 2011, Kyle Rouse and three friends set off on a Mark Twain-esque adventure: a pontoon boat ride from Cincinnati to New Orleans via the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. He’s published a book about this journey, Cincinnati to New Orleans, and he’s with Lee Hay to discuss the inspiration for the trip and his use of a good old-fashioned film camera to capture the images in the book.

Oh Myyy, George Takei!

Sep 15, 2013

Book review: "Sister, Mother, Husband, Dog"

Sep 13, 2013

Kelly Blewitt reviews the new book from Delia Ephron, Sister, Mother, Husband, Dog, a collection of personal and poignant stories and essays, anchored by a remembrance of losing her older sister, writer Nora Ephron.

Local poet Richard Hague is in the studio with Barbara Gray to share some of his poetry and to talk about his new book of poems, During the Recent Extinctions.

Paul Scheider


Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden


Director Thane Maynard talks with Lauren Mandel about "Eat Up," her new book on rooftop gardening.