Security for next month's Flying Pig Marathon in Cincinnati will be beefed up because of last week's bombings at the Boston Marathon. That's the word from Iris Simpson-Bush, the executive director of the three-day event, which begins May 3. She spoke with WNKU's Steve Hirschberg.
An organization called the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life is working on an on-line encyclopedia of Southern Jewish communities. As part of that project, the institute's historians have been collecting oral histories from Jewish residents of Ashland, Kentucky. One of those historians, Josh Parshall, talked with WNKU's Steve Hirschberg.
Career expert, author, and USA Today columnist Andrea Kay will be in Hyde Park tomorrow to sign her new book “This is How to Get Your Next Job”. Ms. Kay will answer questions about why employers frequently reject qualified job seekers as new hires. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked her if the timing of her book release is a response to the economic conditions across the country…
Saturday is Record Store Day. Independent record stores around the globe will celebrate with live in-store music and deals on tunes not to be found elsewhere. Around Greater Cincinnati you can join the fun at Shake It Records ,Everybody’s Records, Phils, and Moles Record Exchange .
The American Cancer Society is enlisting the help of its canine supporters for the Bark for Life event tomorrow. Chairperson Amy Roe says the precursor to the Relay for Life is a great way to get four-footed caregivers involved in raising money to find a cure. Ms. Roe explained what Bark for Life is all about to WNKU’s Matt Kelley. (get more information at www.relayforlife.org/barkhypooh )