Cynthia Amnéus, Curator of Fashion Arts & Textiles at the Cincinnati Art Museum, joins Barbara Kellar to discuss the historical accuracy of the period fashions in Downton Abbey.
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Life's most romantic moments always involve food. Enjoy a strawberry story of Summer love.
Barbara Kellar talks with Dr. Risa Levitt Kohn about her role in the creation of the Cincinnati Museum Center’s newest exhibit Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times.
Barbara Kellar talks with Maureen Kennedy about the center’s upcoming performances and the events they have planned for Saint Patrick’s Day on Sunday, March 17.
Gary L. Knepp talks about some of history’s most unusual tactics that have been used in an attempt to gain advantages over a political opponent.
Kathy Lehr talks with Neil Comber and Maria Molina about the 5th annual Hispanic Heritage Month celebration in Greater Cincinnati.
David Bowman explores the evolution of communication with the internet.
Leslie Picca, Assistant Professor of Sociology (University of Dayton), explores the topic of racial relations.
Haili Du discusses the nuances of the various Chinese languages.
Maureen Egan Corl re-wrote the record books during her cross country and track high school career at St. Henry.
A 2004 Olympic gold medalist, Dan Ketchum is regarded as one of the greatest swimmers in Sycamore High and Greater Cincinnati history. During his high school career, Dan collected six state swimming championships, was a national high school champion, a two-time national runner-up and a 14-time high school All-American. Dan was 2000 Ohio High School Swimmer of the Year and twice was named Swimmer of the Year by the Cincinnati Enquirer.
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