SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014
Local author and illustrator Loren Long stops by to talk with Barbara Gray about the newest addition to his “Otis” series of children’s books, Otis and the Scarecrow.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s latest CD, Hallowed Ground, was recorded live in Music Hall and features the late Dr. Maya Angelou in one of her last public appearances. Cincinnati Public Radio’s master recording engineer, Chelsea VandeDrink, tells Frank Johnson about the experience of recording these dynamic performances.
Kelly Blewett has a review of The Arsonist, the latest novel from bestselling author Sue Miller.
The Contemporary Arts Center continues its celebration of the 75th anniversary of the museum with a full fall line-up of exhibitions, performances, the return of Metrobot and more. Jane Durrell previews all that will be going on with the CAC’s curator, Steven Matijcio.
Cincinnati’s acclaimed photographer Michael Wilson is in our studio with Brian O’Donnell to talk about his long career, some of the many highlights, an exhibit of some of his photos of musicians going on at OTR’s Iris Bookcafé, and his exhibits that will be part of the upcoming Foto Focus.
Larry Thomas has some thoughts about the upcoming Cincinnati Film Festival.