The Cincinnati Museum Center is hosting a new exhibit titled; “Medicine, marbles, and Mayhem”. Public History graduate students from Northern Kentucky University designed and built the exhibit under the supervision of Dr. Brian Hackett. Dr. Hackett stopped by the WNKU studios to talk to Matt Kelley about where they got the artifacts for the exhibit. (get details at www.cincymuseum.org )
Although we're facing the depths of winter this week, there's a harbinger of more mild weather, ahead. The truck carrying the Reds' equipment left Great American Ball Park today for the team's spring training headquarters in Goodyear, Arizona. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked Equipment Manager Rick Stowe what kinds of items are loaded on the truck.
The cover story in the February issue of Cincinnati Magazine is entitled "How Cincy Are You?" WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked Executive Editor Linda Vaccariello about the ways in which the article helps locals answer that question, including the way Cincinnatians talk.
Ground has been broken for the new Anna Louise Inn. It's moving to Cincinnati's Mount Auburn neighborhood after an agreement was reached to sell the original inn to Western & Southern. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Steve MacConnell, the President and CEO of the inn's parent agency, Cincinnati Union Bethel.