It's a two-way tour down memory lane today on Midday Matters Artcentric: Talking 21 great years of Covington Art Fair w/ Larry Wardlaw & Kevin Piekarski--then a look at passenger rail revival w/ councilman Geoff
A '1st Friday Fest Quest' led by Britton Marketing & Design Group's Steve Penhollow, tracking IPFW's Riverfest w/ Sarah Payne, and the 16th Annual BBQ Ribfest w/ Mark Chappuis. Hope you can join us at noon!
On today's Midday Matters ArtCentric, we're talking Habitat for Humanity's 'Interfaith Build Benefit Concert' with Mark Maxwell & Laurie Brumbaugh--then a Drama! Report from 1st Pres Theater's Thom Hofrichter & screenwriter Michael B. Druxman.
On today's Friday Artcentric edition: We're discussing the 'Facing Homelessness' project w/ local advocates Bethany Pruitt & Heidi Kaufman--then Lisa Vetter & Sue Davis share their insights on the pleasures of wayside art spaces, and the upcoming Rural Studio Tour.
On today's Midday Matters Artcentric Super Heroes Abound: Dave Nelson from the League for the Blind and Disabled shares the inspirational story of their annual concert gala, joined on phone by one of The Blind Boys of Alabama, Jimmy Carter.
Today on Midday Matters, we're exploring USF's 'Three Heroes of Assisi' exhibit w/ their Center for Service Engagement Director, Katrina Boedeker & Fr. Andre Cirino. Then Dr. Peter Rothman & Karen Rothermund-Aker share the love--and the artcentric perspective of Rockin' Docs Musicfest.
On today's Friday Artcentric edition, it's the 1st Friday 'Penhollow Path' we follow--ArtSmart Steve Penhollow is inspecting the Danee Pye/Alex Brown 'Bomb Shelter' comedy project, and talking 'all things music scene' w/ local music man, Mike Conly.