Kathy Lehr talks with Amy Woo, Chairperson of the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Music Society and Xi Wang Music Director of the Sound of Joy Choir about Chinese culture in the greater Cincinnati region.
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Barbara Kellar talks with Timothy E. Johnson, Ph.D., President and CEO of Johnson Investment Counsel, about his firm’s support of philanthropic efforts in the Greater Cincinnati community.
Barbara Kellar talks with D. Lynn Meyers about the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati's 2011-2012 Otto M. Budig Family Foundation Season.
Barbara Kellar talks with John Tew, MD, Professor of Neurosurgery and Clinical Director of the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute at University Hospital and a 2010 “Great Living Cincinnatian” honoree, about his life, career and his many accomplishments.
Barbara Kellar talks with David Fankhauser, Ph.D. about his experience being a “Freedom Rider.”
On this episode of Focus, Nick Vehr, Lori Lobsiger, and Steve Milloy talk about the 2012 World Choir Games that will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio (USA) from July 4 through 14, 2012.
Nominated by: Children, Inc.
The seven latest additions to the Buddy LaRosa High School Hall of Fame inducted on June 26th, 2011.
Beth Osterday is perhaps the best overall athlete to play for the Bulldogs, earning 12 varsity letters in three sports – volleyball, basketball and softball. She is the only female athlete in Greater Cincinnati since 1989-90 (Jamie Kirch Toon of Mercy) named 1st team All-Ohio in three different sports.
One of the most electrifying athletes to play football at St. Xavier High School, Rocky Boiman carried that same kind of dynamic play into the college and professional ranks.
When Dan Bowling retired at the end of the 2010 baseball season, the Big Blue not only lost one of the finest coaches in the school’s history, but it was departure of one of the state’s all-time best coaches.