Kathy Lehr learns more about one local approach that has school systems from around the nation looking to Cincinnati as a model for improving student achievement and success beyond high school.
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Gary Wachs and Dennis Speigel discuss the chaos of opening day in 1972, the financial projections for the first season, and the mid-season rush of park patrons.
In the last segment of Riding History to the Limits we discuss the wild Animal Safari, Timberwolf, and the first launch coaster - the Screamin' Demon.
Founded in France in the early 1800s, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur work throughout our community, teaching in schools and helping the poor through social services and counseling. Here is their story.
Barbara Kellar talks with Michele Heath about the National Black MBA Association and its Leaders of Tomorrow program.
Barbara Kellar talks with Senator Richard Finan about the recent, two million dollar renovation of the Ohio Statehouse and the Ohio Statehouse Museum Education Center.
Barbara Kellar talks with Steve Hegge and Andrea Herzig about the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council.
Barbara Kellar talks with Monica Magette and Janet Metzelaar about the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati's Annual Gala, Hot Diamonds.
Visit Historic Vine Street Village, the new LEED Platinum certified entrance to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
Barbara Kellar talks with Marjorie Motch, 2009 recipient of the William Howard Taft Medal.
"Emeralds in the Crown" will weave the threads of past, present and future together to paint an engaging portrait that will entertain, educate and inspire viewers.