Healthy Eating sounds like a good idea but it’s not always easy, fun or affordable…at least that’s how it seems . Hectic schedules sometimes make cooking a chore and healthy cooking…well….doesn’t always happen for those who’d like it.
A Cincinnati neighborhood is the winner of The Reds Community Fund and Proctor and Gambles complete makeover of three baseball fields plus additional community projects at Hirsch Recreation Center and Gabriel’s Place.
Ana Popovic, Watermelon Slim and EG Kight to name a few, will be Keeping the Blues Alive in Cincinnati this weekend. The Cincy Blues Fest is happening at Sawyer Point on the Queen City’s Riverfront. 40 acts spread out across three stages will entertain thousands of music lovers
WNKU’s Cheri Lawson welcomed Chuck Brisbin and Brian Franks of the Tuna Project in the studio for a sample of what to expect and a few details.
Cincinnati native Liz Kelly appears as a contestant on tonight's episode of TV's Jeopardy. The 31-year-old, who grew up in Cincinnati, attended Little Flower Elementary School, McAuley High School and Xavier University. Liz went on to law school at Vanderbilt. Liz is the oldest of 6 kids. Her parents Rich and Gail Kelly and 4 of her five siblings live in Cincinnati. Liz is an attorney, now living in Chicago and working for the IRS office of Chief Counsel.
This week Americans will celebrate Independence Day. People around the country will line parade routes ,watch fireworks and have picnics. One Cincinnati neighborhood’s tradition has evolved into a one of a kind event.