This Friday evening, the city of Cincinnati is marking the grand opening of Phase One of the Smale Riverfront Park. For a preview of the festivities and the features of the park, WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Cincinnati Parks Director Willie Carden.
Grammy award winning singer-songwriter Carrie Newcomer will be in Loveland, Ohio at Grailville Retreat Center leading a writing workshop sponsored by Grailville, Women’s Way of Ohio and Kentucky and Women Writing for a Change.Newcomer is also performing at Grailville, May 20th and at a fundraiser for the Dayton International Peace Museum at Shiloh Church UCC May 18th.
This Friday, May 18, the city of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Police Department will offer a free, landlord-training class. There might not be much public awareness about the class, but it's offered once every quarter. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked Police Officer Katie Werner how people can sign up for the course.
Officials with Five Rivers Metroparks in the Dayton, Ohio area say they now have the largest connected bikeway network in the nation. To find out more about the extensive system of bike trails, WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Dan Sahli, Outdoor Coordinator for the Metroparks system.
This weekend, the 51st annual Tour of the Scioto River Valley will take cyclists on a journey from Columbus to Portsmouth, Ohio and back. Frank Seebode is the director of the tour. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked him how the event got started.
The May edition of Cincinnati Magazine is devoted to places set aside for all of us to exercise, enjoy the great outdoors and commune with nature. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Linda Vaccariello, the magazine's Executive Editor.
Hospice of Hope is a non-profit organization serving 6 counties in Kentucky and 6 counties in Ohio by providing end of life care. Saturday,May 12th in Maysville, Hospice of Hope is hosting a Parent’s Legacy Luncheon , an event created to honor a parent or other influential person who has died.
About 3 dozen demonstrators rallied outside the Hamilton County Courthouse Wednesday to protest Common Pleas Judge Norbert Nadel's ruling last week regarding the Anna Louise Inn. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports on the dispute between the inn's supporters and the Cincinnati company that covets the property on the eastern edge of downtown.