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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Sun October 6, 2013

Books by the Banks

Books by the Banks poster
Designed by Jeffrey Ebbeler, Mount Washington

Books by the Banks, this Saturday at the Duke Energy Center, brings literature to life for all ages. Free and open to the public, you can meet local and nationally-known authors and illustrators, and purchase autographed copies of their work. Kate Lawrence, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Adult Services, Programming and Exhibits manager, and Michael Link, Author/Publisher coordinator for Joseph-Beth Booksellers, give us a preview.

Cincinnati Edition
6:03 am
Sun October 6, 2013

Cain's Blood by Geoffrey Girard

New novel from Geoffrey Girard
Simon and Schuster

Clones of infamous serial killers escape from a secret government facility, and now it’s up to a former Army Ranger to stop them - with the help of a teenage killer clone. Local Author Geoffrey Girard ‘s CAIN'S BLOOD is a terrifying novel about the evil in each of us. Geoffrey, one of the authors featured at this Saturday’s Books by the Banks, discusses his novel with Mark Perzel.

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu October 3, 2013

Charter Committee of Greater Cincinnati

Charter Committee campaign poster
Charter Committee of Greater Cincinnati

In 1924 local corruption was so bad that Cincinnati earned the reputation as the worst-governed city in America. In June of that year, a new reform-minded group called the City Charter Committee was founded. Today that group is known as the Charter Committee of Greater Cincinnati. Mary Fitzpatrick, former board member, and Executive Committee Chairman Michael Goldman discuss the history and mission of the Charter Committee.

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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed October 2, 2013

CCS aims to clean-up coal-fired emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency is working to finalize a plan that would essentially ban coal-fire power plants in their present form. New ones could not be built without having cutting-edge technology that dramatically reduces CO2. It's called carbon capture and sequestration (CCS). The proposal, announced last month, by EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy at the National Press Club, is not expected to be a requirement for more than a year.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed October 2, 2013

Market Overview and Investment Outlook

Investment Writer WIlliam Bernstein
Efficient Frontier

While historically the biggest drops in the stock market have taken place in the month of September, October seems to get the blame as the worst month for investing. But is there a best or worst time to put your money in the stock market? Investment Advisor and Writer William Bernstein joins Chris DeSimio and Mark Heyne for a look at the current investment numbers, along with some history and an overview of the markets.

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