Cincinnati Edition

  In his 90 years, former President Jimmy Carter has been a farmer, the 39th President of the United States, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and an international humanitarian. He talked with us about his experiences and his new book A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety.

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  Once an important military site and a heavily industrial area, Camp Washington may be best known today for the iconic chili parlor that has operated there for 75 years. But the neighborhood, annexed to the City of Cincinnati in 1869, is so much more, including residents with a strong sense of community who take pride in making their neighborhood a good place to work and live. 

  Greater Cincinnati has been focusing its attention on the preparation and events leading up to tomorrow’s All-Star Game, but our area is hosting another national sports competition this week. The 2015 USRowing Club National Championships begin July 15 at Harsha Lake in Clermont County. An estimated two-thousand rowers are expected to compete in the five-day regatta. 

Maternal depression affects up to 45% of all pregnant, postpartum and parenting women in home visiting programs. Cincinnati’s Every Child Succeeds Scientific Director Dr. Robert Ammerman has developed and deployed the Moving Beyond Depression™ (MBD) maternal depression treatment program, to help reverse the downward spiral that results from clinical maternal depression. 

According to Cradle Cincinnati, babies born to women who smoke during pregnancy are 44% more likely to die before their first birthday. The local organization, created to help reduce our area’s infant mortality rate, has just launched a campaign to help pregnant women stop smoking. 

You don’t have to be a fan of cable news shows to know liberals and conservatives have very different ways of looking at the world. Now findings from three separate studies link a person’s political ideology and their self-control performance, with conservatives demonstrating greater self-control than liberals. 

Starters for the All-Star Game were announced Sunday and the full player rosters came out Monday. Now it’s time to play ball, as Cincinnati hosts the 86th Major League Baseball All-Star Game. 

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Cincinnati is once again on center stage, as our city hosts the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

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An exhibit now on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum, “Human-Altered Landscapes,” celebrates the influence of a generation of photographers who, during the 1960's and ’70's, created a new kind of landscape photography. Several of these artists were featured in a 1975 exhibition, “New Topographics,” at the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY.

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra has been making classical music attractive, accessible and affordable to audiences in Greater Cincinnati for twenty-three years. And the KSO performs the first concert of its 20th season at Devou Park this Saturday.

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