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.
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.