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Sunday, March 18, 2012
Cincinnati Edition: Sunday, March 18, 2012
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By WVXU News
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Selling Music Hall
Recent reports state that the city of Cincinnati may be considering selling Music Hall to a private group that will assume responsibilty for the needed renovations. Maryanne Zeleznik speaks with Enquier Investigative Reporter Barry Horstman who broke the story.
By Maryanne Zeleznik
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Cincinnati Combats Cancer
Cincinnati Combats Cancer is a free day-long event on March 24, providing educational seminars, screenings, entertainment, special guests and a huge health fair to raise awareness, promote early detection, and celebrate survivors of all types of cancer. Organizer Donna Pike of Vantage Oncology helped create the event and talks about it with Mark Perzel.
By Mark Perzel
For more information: Cincinnati Combats Cancer
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Field Notes: Ruaha Carnivore Project
Dr Amy Dickman, head of the Ruaha Carnivore Project in Tanzania, joins Thane Maynard to discuss her work protecting lions and other carnivores in the Ruaha National Forest. She will be the Cincinnati Zoo’s Barrows Lecture Series speaker on March 21.
By Thane Maynard
For more information: Ruaha Carnivore Project
For more information: Cincinnati Zoo Barrows Lecture Series
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Field Notes Podcasts
Brewster Rhodes, executive director and Bill Hopple, board president from Cincinnati’s Green Umbrella, an organization dedicated to environmental sustainability in our region, provide an update of the organization’s efforts so far and plans for the future in an interview with Mark Perzel.
By Mark Perzel
For more information: Green Umbrella
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Focus on Technology: Studying Pre-term Labor
Every year one in every 8 babies in the U.S. is born too early, but researchers are still unclear at the causes of pre-term labor. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is taking a lead role, bringing together lots of scientists to study it, as Ann Thompson reports in Focus on Technology.
By Ann Thompson
For more information: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Center for Prevention of Preterm Birth
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Focus on Technology Podcasts
A preterm baby
(public domain from Wikipedia commons)
Dr. Lou Muglia, director of the Center for Prevention of Preterm Birth at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and Dr. Jim Greenberg, director of the division of neonatology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Dr. Muglia standing by a freezer and liquid nitrogen where he stores the DNA
The Big Screen with Larry Thomas
Larry Thomas has viewed and written his review of the new film, Young Goethe in Love, now showing at the Mariemont Theatre. However, a bout with a cough and laryngitis will keep him from recording it, so Bruce Ellis will lend his voice.
By Bruce Ellis
For more information: Young Goethe in Love
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The Big Screen Podcasts
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