Bill Rinehart is Senior Correspondent for 700WLW News. Though despite his best efforts, no-one else will refer to him by that title.
He came to the Big One in August, 2004. His beat covers City Hall, Hamilton County Commissioners, breaking news, and anything else that comes along.
In his private life, he likes books, movies, television shows, and music. He is also a big fan of certain foods, and beverages. His hobbies include doing things, not doing other things, and blogging.
This blog takes an unflinching look, behind the scenes, in the newsroom. But mostly, it's just an excuse for you to not do any real work.
Melissa McVey, senior city planner in the City of Cincinnati Engineering and Transporation Department, answers that question in this exclusive interview with 700WLW:
Happening this weekend in Burnet Woords is the Uptown Music Festival, featuring New Vega, Mad After Dark, Hayden Kaye and Joe Hedges. The concerts are sponsored by the Cincinnati Park Board, and the Uptown Consortium. The music starts at 2pm, this Saturday. And it's free.
In Washington Park, going on now, through Saturday, is the Crown Jewels of Jazz Heritage Festival, sponsored by the Cincinnati Arts Association. They've got performances from Kathy Wade, Cincy Brass, Blue Wisp Jazz Band and headliner Diane Schuur. Proceeds benefit literacy programs.
In Eden Park, the alternative farming show at the Krohn Conservatory ends this weekend. However, the Let It Grow show does have a final demonstration scheduled for Saturday morning, at 10:30. And, the Krohn's annual Bonsai show runs both Saturday and Sunday.