Highland Heights, Kentucky – Loveland Resident John Madden is a coach. No, not that football coach. This John Madden is a career coach an dhas written a new book called "Get a Great Job in Challenging Times. And,in this tight economy, Madden says there's one thing most every job seeker does wrong.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Veteran Actor Hal Holbrook brings his "Mark Twain Tonight" show to the Aronoff Center this Thursday May 14th. Holbrook has performed his Twain for over 50 years, but he's also acted in countless TV shows and movies. In an extensive interview, Holbrook talked with WNKU news about how he got into acting, and what it took to get a best supporting Actor nomination in his 80's for his work in the Sean Penn Directed "Into the Wild."
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Veteran Actor Hal Holbrook brings his "Mark Twain Tonight" show to the Aronoff Center this Thursday May 14th. It's a show Holbrook has honed over fifty years. And, in an extensive interview, Holbrook tells WNKU News, the Mark Twain Show remains as relevant as ever
Cincinnati, OH – The Cincinnati Reds have installed a new, state of the art scoreboard system at Great American Ball Park. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked about it with Jennifer Berger, the Reds' Senior Director of Entertainment, Events and Productions.
Highland Heights, Ky. – When you buy a pizza at Venice On Vine Pizza at 13th and Vine in Over-the Rhine you do more than fill your stomach. You also help support one of Cincinnati's unique programs for the unemployed - Power Inspires Progress. Staff member Rina Saperstein says the pizza parlor is really a job coop for the jobless
" Cincinnati, Ohio" – More than a hundred homes across the Tri-State will be getting some much needed repairs this weekend. People Working Cooperatively helps low-income and elderly people conduct repairs they can't do themselves. Spokesman Bill Hitch talked to WNKU's Matt Kelley about PWC and the "Repair Affair" this weekend
You can contact People Working Cooperatively at www.pwchomerepairs.org
Highland Heights, Kentucky – May is Mental Health Month -- a time set aside to continue the fight against the stigma still attached to mental illness. And Julie Isphording of the Lindner Center of Hope says the figures on mental illness are pretty startling.
Cincinnati, OH – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center on Cincinnati's central riverfront has just opened an exhibit entitled "381 Days". It's dedicated to the memory of Rosa Parks. Freedom Center spokesman Paul Bernish escorted WNKU's Steve Hirschberg on a tour of the displays.
"Cincinnati, Ohio" – Run-down, unsellable and foreclosed houses are becoming a blight on many of the neighborhoods around the Tri-State, but one community is doing something about it. Price Hill Will is buying, rehabbing and re-selling homes for less than market value. Spokesman Matt Strauss says that's just one of the programs under the Price Hill Will umbrella. He explained to WNKU's Matt Kelley what the organization is, and what they do...
You can contact Price Hill Will at www.pricehillwill.org