Highland Heights, KY – The wife of President William Howard TAft is often forgotten in history, but a new biography of Nellie Taft, who grew up in Cincinanti shows she did make a big difference while she was first lady. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik Talked with the author of NELLIE TAFT, THE UNCONVENTIONAL FIRST LADY OF THE RAGTIME ERA, Carl Sferrazza Anthony:
Burlington, KY – Both sides are still working with a mediator to try and work out a settlement between the Diocese of Covington and those in a class action about priest sexual abuse. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Reporter, Paul Long about the case
Highland Heights, KY – You see him frequently on the ten dollar bill, but there's a lot more to Alexander Hamilton than his work as treasurery secretary. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with the author of the latest biography on Hamilton, Ron Chernow:
Highland Heights, KY – Businesses often proclaim the customer is always right, but in our world of saturation advertising, seductive discount pricing and subliminal product placements in movies and TV shoes, we are more likely to feel manipulated. Martin Giesbrecht wonders if this is about to change:
Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University.
Highland Heights, KY – The stories of the Underground Railroad are told from many slaves perspectives in a new book by Fergus Bordewich. The author of BOUND FOR CANAAN, The Underground Railroad told WNKU's Maraynne Zeleznik it was the first grass roots political movement in history. He says that made his research difficult at times.