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UFO Investigators Are Coming To Cincinnati
UFO investigators are moving their headquarters to Cincinnati. The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), which describes itself as the world's oldest and largest civilian UFO investigation and research organization, has nearly 600 investigators across the nation and the globe. The move from Irvine, California, to Cincinnati comes at an exciting time for those looking to the skies.
Teen Writes Comprehensive History Of Kings Island
Though Kings Island's history spans nearly 50 years, the Mason, Ohio, amusement park has never been the subject of a comprehensive telling of its story.
There Were More Deaths From Alzheimer's And Dementia During The Pandemic. Why?
In addition to a disproportionate and deadlier impact on seniors, the COVID-19 pandemic has also had another devastating impact - more deaths from Alzheimer's and dementia. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were at least 42,000 more deaths from Alzheimer’s and other dementias in 2020 compared with the average of the five years prior.
Miami University Hires New Head Of Equity And Inclusion
As America continues to wrestle with its racial divides, universities are pressed more than ever to increase diversity and cultural competency among students, faculty and staff.
UC-CCM Alumni Launch Entertainment Industry Podcast
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the entertainment industry to a virtual halt, much like it did other sectors. But two graduates of the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music (CCM) found a way to be productive over the past year.
Is Corruption Contagious?
Last year three Cincinnati City Council members were indicted on federal bribery charges, leading many to believe there is a culture of corruption at City Hall. But what leads a person to cheat? With so many members of council allegedly gaming the system, is corruption contagious?
Michael Monks prime quality
It is so clear Michael Monks has his thumb on Cincinnati’s pulse. From his thoughtful questioning that stays engaged to acknowledge the often complex answers solicited, to his distinctive voice and palpable concern for and knowledge of the most relevant and interesting aspects of Cincy, we all get to explore her civic and cultural life.
My only fear is that he will be picked off for a national show like The One A. My hope is that he will bring national notoriety to our region as Terry Gross has done with Fresh Air. He has that potential if the metroplex can recognize it and parlay it into a show to meet his caliber.
Using Technology for Good instead of Evil
Finally! And easy way to learn about what’s going on in the city and hear the voices of those involved. Thank you so much for what you do.
Dan Hurley is fantastic
I enjoy every show. Dan’s breath of local knowledge and his insightful questions make the shows so educational.