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Eco-Anxiety Over Climate Change Is A Growing Problem, But Help Is Out There
For the past year the world has been gripped by a global pandemic. Face masks and social distancing have become a part of daily life. But for much longer, the world has been impacted by another crisis that also impacts daily life and threatens our health and the well-being of future generations: the climate crisis.
Netflix Series 'Amend' Features Jim Obergefell's Landmark Case
The landmark Supreme Court case the made same sex marriage legal in the United States is the focus of one episode of the new Netflix documentary Amend . And the plaintiff in that case - Jim Obergefell of Cincinnati - shares his story in the documentary, along with his lawyer Al Gerhardstein.
COVID-19 Cases Rising Due To The Delta Variant
With vaccination rates flat and COVID-19 cases rising, due in large part to the more highly transmissible Delta variant, the CDC is thinking about changing its guidance on masks for people who are vaccinated. New cases of COVID-19 have doubled over the last two weeks, and surges are concentrated in areas where vaccinations remain low.
Traffic Calming, A New Park And New Development Planned For Westwood
Cincinnati's largest neighborhood has seen significant private and public investment in recent years to bring new development to the community. In Westwood, the Madcap Productions Puppet Theatre moved into the historic former Cincinnati Bell Telephone exchange in 2018. An old Rambler dealership became the new home of West Side Brewing in 2017, and the Nation Kitchen and Bar took over a former firehouse. Additionally, the Great Parks of Hamilton County has plans for a 22-acre park and urban
How Has The Pandemic Impacted Those Experiencing Addiction Issues?
Almost one in 10 residents in Greater Cincinnati reported they know someone who has relapsed into addiction or suffered a drug overdose during the height of the pandemic last year, a new study suggests. Those findings come as national data shows overdoses rising in 2020 after a decline in 2019.
CPS Uncertain On Masks, HB 6 Fallout Continues And More Top Stories
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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.