Cincinnati Edition Monday

The History Of Poverty In Our Region

Jun 11, 2018
cincinnati edition
Provided/NKY Forum

According to U.S. Census data and the Ohio Development Agency’s Ohio Poverty Report, in 2018, nearly 30 percent of Cincinnatians live in poverty. In Northern Kentucky counties, the poverty rate ranges from 9 to 20 percent.

Dozens of local agencies and organizations offer assistance and programs designed to lift people out of poverty, but what has caused the continuing high poverty rate in our region?   

Meteorites Through the Observatory Lens

Nov 3, 2013
The Cincinnati Observatory

Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash

Nov 3, 2013
edwardhumes.com

  

Cincinnati Zoo

 

Director Thane Maynard talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Edward Humes about his latest book, Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash, a look at our trashy ways, and those who are fighting to change them.

GCF's Big Idea Challenge Winners

Oct 27, 2013

Taking Root

Oct 27, 2013

Thank You for Your Service

Oct 27, 2013
macmillan.com

Die Empty, by Todd Henry

Oct 20, 2013
josephbeth.com

The Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease

Oct 20, 2013

Cincinnati History in 50 Objects

Oct 13, 2013

Robin Sloan's Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore

Oct 13, 2013
Provided

Books by the Banks

Oct 6, 2013
Designed by Jeffrey Ebbeler, Mount Washington

Books by the Banks, this Saturday at the Duke Energy Center, brings literature to life for all ages. Free and open to the public, you can meet local and nationally-known authors and illustrators, and purchase autographed copies of their work. Kate Lawrence, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Adult Services, Programming and Exhibits manager, and Michael Link, Author/Publisher coordinator for Joseph-Beth Booksellers, give us a preview.

Cain's Blood by Geoffrey Girard

Oct 6, 2013
Simon and Schuster

Clones of infamous serial killers escape from a secret government facility, and now it’s up to a former Army Ranger to stop them - with the help of a teenage killer clone. Local Author Geoffrey Girard ‘s CAIN'S BLOOD is a terrifying novel about the evil in each of us. Geoffrey, one of the authors featured at this Saturday’s Books by the Banks, discusses his novel with Mark Perzel.

Nick Nichols, Among Africa's Elephants

Sep 29, 2013
Nick Nichols

Author Francesco Marciuliano

Sep 29, 2013
Francesco Marciuliano

MidPoint Music Festival

Sep 22, 2013
CityBeat

Joanne Chang and flour, too

Sep 22, 2013
Flour Bakery

Street Artist JR at Contemporary Arts Center

Sep 15, 2013
JR

Playhouse Artistic Director Blake Robison

Sep 15, 2013
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

Oh Myyy, George Takei!

Sep 15, 2013
georgetakei.com

Tree Releaf 2013

Sep 8, 2013
Cincinnati Parks

Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Sep 8, 2013
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Created in 1986 to support local professional artists, and with a belief in the transformative power of the arts to create sustainable and attractive communities,

Zoo Annual Plant Day

Sep 2, 2013
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Coming up this Thursday, a celebration of great plants for landscapes and gardens at the

Old Man River, a Look at the Mississippi

Sep 2, 2013
Paul Scheider

Rooftop Gardening Experrt Lauren Mandel

Sep 2, 2013
newsociety.com

  

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

 

Director Thane Maynard talks with Lauren Mandel about "Eat Up," her new book on rooftop gardening.

The Night Circus

Sep 2, 2013
Erin Morgenstern

Photojournalist Michael E. Keating

Aug 25, 2013

Crown Jewels of Jazz

Aug 18, 2013

Alan Light, Author of “The Holy or the Broken"

Aug 11, 2013
Simon and Schuster

Hamilton County Engineering

Locally-Produced Zombie Western

Jul 22, 2013

  Cowboys and Indians, Cowboys and Aliens, and now Cowboys and Zombies, in Revelation Trail, a movie produced by John Gibson, a Northern Kentucky University lecturer and film maker. John Gibson gives us a preview of the movie, which has its first area screening July 25 at the Madison Theater in Covington.

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