Highland Heights, KY – David Garibaldi is known worldwide for his unique 'Rhythm and Hue" stage entertainment.The artist combines music with dance moves as his arms flail with paint transforming a blank canvas into a graffiti style masterpiece.Garibaldi will perform at Bank of Kentucky Center, November 4th . He talked with WNKU's Cheri Lawson about his work and told her he enjoys painting on stage to all kinds of music, especially the Beatles.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – The Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement is presenting "Caught in the Crossfire: A Firsthand Account of Life in the West Bank" on Monday November 7th at 2:00 pm in the Otto M Budig theater at NKU. Executive director Mark Neikirk says the forum is part of the "Democracy Square Live" series. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Neikirk why this topic is so important at this point in time. (get more information at http://civicengagement.nku.edu/dslive.php )
" Highland Heights, Ky." – Have you wanted to complain, argue or just blow off steam but can't find anyone to listen? Entrepreneur Jim Luman thinks he's got the answer for you. Gripe at me dot com gives users a phone number to call with a person on the other end who'll listen to your complaints about anything. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Luman how he came up with the idea for the service. ( get more information at www.gripeatme.com )
Highland Heights, Kentucky – One of Kentucky's best-known tourist attractions is Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. Recently the village hired a new president and CEO. In this Postcard from Mercer County, WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Maynard Crossland about his plans for the 19th century landmark.
Legendary singer-songwriter and folk-rock pioneer T-Bone Burnett is known for his captivating solo material, but also for his role as a legendary producer of records by everyone from Roy Orbison to actor Jeff Bridges. In a new interview on World Cafe, Burnett sits down with host David Dye to reflect on some of his most famous projects.
Cincinnati,OH – Now that it's fall, the gardening chores aren't over.There's prep work to be done so the yard and garden are ready for next spring.Jeff Webeler has owned White Oak Garden Center in Cincinnati for over thirty years. Jeff and his staff offer free monthly classes on gardening at one of Cincinnati Public Library's branches and at their center. WNKU's Cheri Lawson asked Jeff for a few tips on preparing the lawn and garden for winter.