CAST (Commonwealth Artists Student Theatre) provides area high school students the summer opportunity to be involved in challenging plays and musicals. This summer will bring the play "Mr. Burns…a post-electric play" and the musical "Spring Awakening."
He's widely regarded as one of the premier jazz bass players and David Friesen will be bringing his quartet to The Greenwich in Walnut Hills on July 5. He joins Ron Esposito on the phone to talk about his career, some of his recordings, and the players joining him at this gig.
Cincinnatian Arthur C. Jett owns his own trucking company and has taken up both painting and writing on the side. Earlier this year, he released his collection of three novellas called Strange Noir, and he's in the studio to talk about his writing with our Barbara Gray.
When you think of Cincinnati ambassadors, no list is complete without the city's Queen of Mixology, Molly Wellmann. She's in the studio with David Delegator to talk about her life, her career, her book, and her new passion project, Kind Is The New Cool, which addresses bullying in schools.
Angel's Paws is a local organization dedicated to providing end of life care for pets and support to their owners. They have now branched out to start a new non-profit, Angel's Watch Military and Police Dog Fund. The founder of both organizations, Tammy Wynn, is with our Kelly Blewett to explain their origins and missions.