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FOCUS: Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show 2014

Kathy Lehr talks with Andrea Schepmann Director Krohn Conservatory Cincinnati Parks about this year’s butterfly show, and the history of the conservatory.

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Three experts talk about how parents, teachers and school administrators can help prevent bullying, harassment and intimidation in schools and provide a safer learning environment for their students.



 

Two Wilmington College faculty members and a Clinton County Commissioner talk about how their “Grow Food, Grow Hope” program has made a positive impact in Wilmington, Ohio despite these tough economic times.



 

Home ownership and foreclosure specialists, as well as, experienced lenders and lawyers offer expert advise on how homeowners can get out of foreclosure and establish manageable mortgage payments.



 

Political analysts Dr. Gene Beaupre and Dr. Eric Rademacher discuss the political landscape locally, state-wide, and nationally.



 

Three religious historians talk about how the many religions and their differing ideologies have historically influenced the Greater Cincinnati community.



 

Kathy Lehr talks with Alfonso Cornejo, Neil Comber, and Gema Bahns about Hispanic Heritage Month 2010 and the activities that are planned here in Greater Cincinnati.



 

To better understand how the arts are integrated into area schools, Kathy Lehr talks with veteran music teachers.



 

Jeff Vollmer, Principal with Hyde Park Wealth Management talks about the stock market, and the economy.



 

Kathy Lehr talks with Dr. Ernest J. Barbeau, Elliott Jordan, and Dr. Maria Kreppel from District A. Their organization integrates local arts, businesses and community assets in Kennedy Heights and Pleasant Ridge near Cincinnati, Ohio.



 

Kathy Lehr talks with broadcaster Tavis Smiley about Cincinnati Museum Center's new exhibit: ''America I AM: The African American Imprint'' that runs from Saturday, June 19, 2010 through Sunday, January 2, 2011.