Highland Heights, KY – Frank talks with E.P. Harris, who is writing a book about American artist and Cincinnati native, John Hauser, and he also takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to firstname.lastname@example.org, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 29, 2008.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – Kentucky isn't usually associated with the opera, but one of its biggest stars grew up in our own backyard. CCM grad Catherine Keen is from Fort Mitchell and she's one of the leading mezzo-sopranos in the world. WNKU's Matt Kelley caught up with Keen to find out how she became such a success.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – Did you know that poison hemlock is so toxic that just three leaves can kill you? Or, that four native wild grapes saved the wine industry in France? Thomas Barnes is the author of Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky and an extension professor with the Department of Forestry at UK. Barnes presents a program about the myths and realities of indigenous plants and their conservation. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to Barnes about what's happening to our rare plants in the Bluegrass State.
By WNKU Simply Money with Nathan Bachrach and Ed Finke
WNKU Simply Money 8-28-08
Highland Heights, KY – This week it's a third 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on July 17, 2008, and re-broadcast on August 28, 2008.
By WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing with Vena Jones-Cox
WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing 8-27-08
Highland Heights, KY – It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 27, 2008.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – Will your pets be waiting for you in heaven when you die? University of Louisville Communications professor John Ferre' is studying the question and talked with WNKU's Matt Kelley about what he found out.