Highland Heights, Ky. – As we get into fall, it's time to start thinking about "nesting" inside for the winter. And that may mean getting organized. If you crave order, Cheri Lawson has found the woman who can cut donw your clutter...
Highland Heights, KY – Those Darlins, Kelley, Jessi and Nikki, stop by the studio to talk with Forrest Griffen and play some tunes LIVE off their new, self-titled debut CD in advance of their show at the Southgate House in Newport, broadcast on September 10, 2009. Find out more about Those Darlins at http://thosedarlins.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."
Highland Heights, Kentucky – This weekend, a section of Elm Street in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood will be renamed in honor of Maestro Erich Kunzel, who died last week after leading the Cincinnati Pops to world renown over 44 years. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked about the event with Chris Pinelo, the Public Relations Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Highland Heights, Ky – If you work in a building with an elevator, when's the last time you saw the stairwell. NKU's Wellness Center is extolling the virtures of using the stairs -- for health and to save energy -- by sponsoring a contest they call "The Big Green Climb." Maggie Gough, Student Wellness Manager, explains...
Highland Heights, KY – Hollywood-based Kentucky native, Stoll Vaughan stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'The Weatherman', broadcast on September 9, 2009. Find out more about Stoll Vaughan at www.stollvaughan.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."
" Frankfort, Ky." – The federal government is giving states millions of dollars to use in a cash-for-appliances program this fall, which means that people can get up to two-hundred dollars back for buying energy efficient models. Kentucky Department of Energy Development and Independence spokesman Greg Guess explained how it will work to WNKU's Matt Kelley (you can get more information at www.energy.ky.gov)
Highland Heights, Kentucky – A perfect fit. That's how the Chairman of the University of Cincinnati's Board of Trustees describes Dr. Gregory Williams, the man selected to become U.C.'s 27th President. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports.