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3 hrs ago | Las Vegas Review Journal

Celebration to honor theater founder Georgia Neu

Las Vegas' local theater community will gather to honor Actors Repertory Theatre founder Georgia Neu at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Summerlin Library Theatre, 1771 Inner Circle Drive.


Related Topix: Theater, Arts, Las Vegas, NV, Sierra Nevada College, Entertainment

7 hrs ago |

Sycamore names Hopping - 14 Distinguished AlumSycamore names Hopping...

Sycamore names Hopping '14 Distinguished Alum Noted doctor, '68 graduate to receive award at Oct. 10 dinner Check out this story on Sycamore Community Schools will honor 1967 Sycamore High School graduate Dr. Steven B. Hopping with the 2014 Sycamore Distinguished Alumni Award.


Related Topix: Brown University, George Washington University, Harvard University

10 hrs ago | Business Journal

EXCLUSIVE: Church or punk rock show? Crossroads to hold services at Bogart's

Crossroads, Cincinnati's entrepreneurial church and one of the largest in the nation, is expanding to Clifton and will begin holding services on Sept.


14 hrs ago | University of Cincinnati

UC research featured at national conference.

Post-Doc Fellow, Guohua Sun, PhD, and student researcher, Tao Feng, present research at the Institute of Noise Control Engineering 2014 Noise-Con in Fort Lauderdale, Florida September 8th- 10th.


Related Topix: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Columbus Dispatch

80-tap craft-beer restaurant opening at Polaris in November

In November, there will be a lot more craft beer at Polaris Fashion Place. The Brass Tap expects to open its 80 taps late that month next to Barnes & Noble in the mall's outdoor section.


Related Topix: Beer, Drink, Columbus, OH

700WLW Cincinnati

Crime Dropping Around UC

University of Cincinnati Police are stepping up their efforts with safety concerns rising around campus as students head back for the fall semester.


Related Topix: Cincinnati, OH

Wed Aug 27, 2014

Cincinnati CityBeat

From Brazil With Love

Even the briefest conversation with Phil DeGreg will naturally get around to his storied Jazz career, which stretches back to the early '80s.


Related Topix: Jazz, John Taylor, Covington, KY, South America, World News, Brazil

Kyle Hill inspired WKRC-TV reportersKyle Hill inspired WKRC-TV...

Kyle Hill inspired WKRC-TV reporters Former reporter Kyle Hill anchored Channel 12's live Beverly Hills fire coverage in 1977.


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Reason Magazine

It Was a Wild and Crazy Summer of Criminalizing Campus Sex

Students returning to class this fall, consider yourselves warned: This was the summer that federal regulators, state lawmakers, and college administrators got together for a threesome-incidentally criminalizing campus sex in the process.


Related Topix: Occidental College, US Politics, US News


Sleepy College Students Are Worried About Their Stress Levels

College students often are not getting enough sleep and they blame it on stress from their side jobs and a lack of time, new research concludes.


Related Topix: University of Alabama

Plastics News

Design Stories: Young designers showing the way in adaptive design

Barbara Woods reached for the tube of toothpaste, but the one she picked up and squeezed onto her toothbrush contained Bengay, the cream used to relieve aching joints and muscles.


Related Topix: Arts, Industrial Design (Product Design), Columbus, OH, University of Houston

Business Journal

Here's a look at Metro's new Uptown transit district stations: PHOTOS

But if the Glenway Crossing Transit Center is to serve as any evidence, then this might in fact pay off for Metro in the form of higher ridership .


University of Cincinnati

CCM announces lineup for its popular Studio Series of opera, musical...

With free admission and limited seating, CCM's innovative and award-winning Studio Series remains one of the hottest tickets in Cincinnati.


Related Topix: Opera, Dance, Pop/Rock, October, April, Classical, Monteverdi

UC may play Pitt, Kentucky in football

The University of Cincinnati football program is working on a home-and-home football series against Pittsburgh that would be played in approximately UC may play Pitt, Kentucky in football The University of Cincinnati football program is working on a home-and-home football series against Pittsburgh that would be played in approximately Check out ... (more)


Related Topix: Cincinnati, OH

Sys-Con Media

Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel Debuts in Historic Bartlett Building

Renaissance Hotels is a lifestyle brand within Marriott International's global portfolio of 18 brands.


Related Topix: us Travel, North America Travel, Travel, Ohio Travel, Xavier University

Tue Aug 26, 2014

Pharmaceutical Online

Could Breast Cancer Drugs Treat Brain Tumors?

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are hoping for success in using aromatase inhibitors, such as letrazole , in the treatment of malignant primary brain tumors .


Related Topix: Health, Breast Cancer, Femara, Letrozole (generic)

Corbett Foundation to close its doorsCorbett Foundation to close its...

Corbett Foundation to close its doors From Riverbend to Music Hall, Cincinnati foundation gave more than $70 million to arts and education in the region.


Related Topix: Cincinnati, OH, Theater, Northern Kentucky University, Entertainment


Ohio lawmakers consider changing the statea s building and fire codes

The award-winning daily program about business and finance puts a human face on the global economy, with insight from anchor Kai Ryssdal.


Related Topix: Ohio

WDTN-TV Dayton

Legislation would keep Ohio renters safe

State Representative Rick Perales introduced a bill that requires alternative exits for any apartment above the second floor of a residential rental property.


Related Topix: Beavercreek, OH, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, Cincinnati, OH

Business Journal

UC board allocates millions to renovate, replace buildings

The Health Professions Building, which cost $255,000 to build, opened in 1918 as the home of the Ohio-Miami Medical College.


Related Topix: Cincinnati, OH