Every year, I try to get to two or three Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) performances. I tend to go by myself because even though several friends express an interest in seeing the Symphony, they can’t commit to make it happen…or I can’t wait for them to make the commitment. 676 more words
After one of the wettest winters we can remember, we’re relishing the scents of spring and every sun break. And as we think of all the rain that has fallen in recent months, we’re so grateful that deep wells of standing water are not in front of our community’s homes. 137 more words
Chicago-based cellist, composer and educator Tomeka Reid joins Justin to talk about her career creating music in Chicago, being named “Chicagoan of the Year” in jazz by the Chicago Tribune, who inspired her to play the cello, Chicago’s great history with jazz and classical music, the challenges of going back and forth between playing classical music and jazz, how being a side musician has helped her in leading a band, her… 64 more words
Godwin Obuah, former chief security officer to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, is dead. According to TheCable, Obuah died at the National Hospital, Abuja, after suffering a “massive heart attack”. 61 more words
*This story first appeared on GreenBiz
By: Zainab Boladale
Public transport is a last resort for Irish people, suggests a survey released by CSO last Friday.
The travel data which was collected from October 2016 – January 2017 proved that 15% of Irish people’s main mode of travel was walking or cycling whereas only 5% used public transport. 230 more words