CD Of The Month makes a GREAT gift

Nov 24, 2015

What a great way to support WNKU by becoming a sustaining member of the CD Of The Month Club, but it also makes a great gift.  For the person that has everything, wouldn't they love to get new music every month just by going to their mailbox?  Ryan Adams 1989 is the CD for November and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats self titled album for December. The CD Of The Month Club, totally not a regift!

Art After Dark Cincy

Nov 23, 2015
courtesy Cincinnati Art Museum


Cincinnati Art Museum's Jessie Stringfield talks Art After Dark

Art After Dark: New York City Style

Hosted by Dhani Jones

Wednesday, November 25, 5 – 9 p.m.

If you plan to do some of your Holiday shopping online anyway, why not start here and help support your favorite public radio station? Simply link to Amazon from any link on, and up to 8% of the purchase price of anything you buy will be donated back to WNKU at no additional cost to you!


Nov 18, 2015

Every Tuesday be listening for your chance to win tickets, LOTS of tickets. We will giveaway tickets all day long, sometimes multiple times an hour, listen to WNKU to win.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to WNKU during our Fall Membership Campaign. With the support of over 700 new and renewing members, we raised just over $111,000.00, making this one of our most successful fall campaigns ever!  Thank you!

courtesy of the Mayhew family

My parents chose to raise me in a predominantly African-American Community. So I had racial mirrors everywhere

Licensed clinical social worker Krista Woods is bi-racial (African American and Caucasian). At 3 months old she was adopted by a Caucasian couple. The 46 year-old now educates people about transracial adoption.

WNKU kicks off Adopt-A-Band with Jeremy Pinnell

Nov 3, 2015

Every month WNKU will feature a Local Hero for our program Adopt-A-Band.  Be listening for interviews, music and features with our Adopt-A-Band Local Hero. We are proud to kick things off with Jeremy Pinnell 

Joe Mitchell: From a musical standpoint no one’s really doing what we’re doing

Joe Mitchell and his Indie rock band the Mitchells along with Cincinnati’s world-renowned chamber orchestra Concert: Nova have collaborated on an adaptation of Austrian composer Franz Schubert’s Die Schone Mullerin and Winterreise.

 Mitchell says the collaboration is unique but different than a rock band like Metallica playing with the Boston Philharmonic which has been done .

Cheri Lawson

There was a time, not long ago, when the topper on a wedding cake was a bride in a white dress and a groom in a tux. But marriage has evolved and gender is no longer a defining attribute.Society’s increasing acceptance of gays and lesbians and the Supreme Court ruling in June that legalized same-sex marriage have focused attention on sexual orientation.When men and women who have been in heterosexual marriages come “out of the closet,” WNKU’s Cheri Lawson reports, the partners they leave behind often find themselves wondering where to turn.

courtesy YPCC

We sing in bars and breweries and parks and invite people who maybe wouldn’t normally come to a choir concert to be exposed to great choral music and have a beer while they’re doing it.

KellyAnn Nelson is artistic director of the Young Professionals’ Choral Collective. The Cincinnati-based group she started with hubby Christopher Eanes (artisitic director of the Cincinnati Boy Choir) is kicking off its fourth season.


WNKU Presents Over the Rhine's Holiday Homecoming

Join Us For A Holiday Tradition Like No Other - A VIP Dinner & Holiday Concert with Over the Rhine

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