Cincinnati Edition

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri April 18, 2014

CCM Dance Celebrates 50 Years

CCM Dance's current production of "Giselle" is at the Corbett Auditorium.
Will Brenner, provided, CCM

  

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music's Department of Dance marks a major milestone this spring as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Dance graduates have performed with companies around the world. CCM Assistant Professor of Dance Michael Tevlin joins us to discuss the Dance program. Mr. Tevlin is also co-choreographer of CCM’s current production of “Giselle,” with performances tonight and tomorrow afternoon at Corbett Auditorium.

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6:30 am
Fri April 18, 2014

"World's Rarest Rhinos" at Barrows Series

A greater one-horn rhino, largest of the rhino species.
International Rhino Foundation

Bill Konstant serves as Program Officer for the International Rhino Foundation, traveling the world to build collaborative programs that help bring an end to poaching. As part of the Cincinnati Zoo Barrows Lecture series, Mr. Konstant will present “The World’s Rarest Rhinos” Wednesday evening April 23, providing a look at the last three decades of wildlife conservation, as well as a glimpse into what the future looks like for the world's five rhino species. Earlier, the Zoo’s Thane Maynard had a chance to talk with Bill Konstant about the world’s rhino population.

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Should Cincinnati's Mayor Have More Power?

Cincinnati switched to a "strong mayor" fifteen years ago, now there's a proposal to change to an "executive mayor."

  The mayor of a city can be considered its chief executive officer. But the power that office holds is determined by a city’s rules or charter, which defines what a mayor can, and cannot, do. Cincinnati adopted a “strong mayor” system of government 15 years ago. Now Cincinnati Councilman Christopher Smitherman is exploring another change, to what some call an “executive mayor” system.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley
Credit City of Cincinnati

  Sworn in as mayor just under five months ago, John Cranley fought and lost the streetcar battle, successfully stopped the city’s parking lease agreement, proposed a fix for city’s pension plan and called for Cincinnati to be more immigrant friendly. Mayor Cranley sat down with Jay Hanselman to discuss those and other issues, and the challenges and opportunities he sees in the city’s future.

 

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed April 16, 2014

Economic Power of Sporting Events

Sporting events such as the NCAA Hockey Division Championship held here in March generate millions for the local economy.

  Sporting events such as the Western & Southern Tennis Tournament, the Flying Pig Marathon, and the NCAA Hockey Regionals are not only big draws for participants and fans, they are also powerful economic generators for the region, bringing millions of dollars into Greater Cincinnati each year.

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