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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Kathy Lehr talks with two experts who explain where homeowners can find legitimate help and what they can do to avoid being the victim of fraudulent mortgage foreclosure specialists and scams.
For those home owners who are facing the possibility of foreclosure, help is literally just around the corner.
Kathy Lehr talks with three alternative energy experts, Larry Feist, David L. Hart, and Ralph Velasquez, about how they are helping to prepare Ohio for generating energy that is safer, cleaner, healthier and more cost effective.
Doug Bolton talks with Gregory LaLonde, CEO of Triplefin.
Three educators discuss how STEM is benefiting Cincinnati's students and how teachers are being groomed to provide a more specialized education for their students.
Craig Niemi and Dean Regas talk about how the Cincinnati Observatory Center will celebrate the International Year of Astronomy.
Jeff Vollmer of Hyde Park Wealth Management offers some insight on investing in this economy.
Kathy Lehr talks with Greg Edwards about why the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County chose Steve Lopez's The Soloist as the book selection for their community-wide reading project: On The Same Page. Kathy also talks with Russell Winters and Debbie DeMarcus about what services are available in Greater Cincinnati for homeless people with mental and emotional illnesses.
Craig Kurz, CEO of HoneyBaked Ham, discusses his family's successful transition from the second to the third generation.
Over the last decade -- and particularly since 9/11 -- the question of how Islam fits into a globalized world has been asked and answered in a variety of ways.
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