The Northern Kentucky Forum will be hosting a panel discussion focusing on how to improve local government. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Forum spokesperson Sharmili Reddy what they hope to accomplish through the conversation this evening. ( get more information at www.nkyforum.org )
Anyone who went down to Bunbury Music Festival on Cincinnati's riverfront this past weekend knows that a lot of work must have gone into setting up those six (count 'em...six) stages, dozens of vendor booths, beer trucks, tents and trailers, fencing, and everything else you wouldn't normally find at Sawyer Point or Yeatman's Cove on a typical weekend. In fact, so much went into the set up for Bunbury, that the organizers decided they really didn't want to take it all back down after just three days. So, what do they do? Simple. P
Tender Mercies will continue its celebration of the flavors and sounds of Over-the Rhine at the second annual Taste of O-T-R on July 26th. The event will help raise money to support homeless and mentally ill people from the area. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Tender Mercies spokesperson Jackie Baumgartner what will be new this year. (get details at www.tendermerciesinc.org )
Fort Thomas Kentucky will be hosting a week long “Where’s Waldo?” game beginning July 17th. City spokesperson Debbie Buckley says it’s a great way to spend some family time walking through the historic district. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Ms. Buckley how the game will work. (get details at www.fortthomastour.com )
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is adding access to the LumenoCity music and light show that takes place in Washington Park during the first three nights of August. The action comes after all the tickets available online last month for the free event were snatched up within minutes. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with CSO President Trey Devey.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is expanding access to the LumenoCity music and light show in Washington Park during the first three nights of August. The action comes after all of the free tickets available online last month were snatched up in minutes. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with CSO President Trey Devey.
Take a Photo, Win a Car! Experiencing nature is closer and easier than you think! If you're a resident of Ohio or Indiana, you're invited to compete in The Nature Conservancy’s Natural Treasures challenge this summer for a chance to win a Honda Civic Hybrid.