This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss an exhibit of creative writing and artwork by incarcerated people, WCPO's new mug shot policy, good news for pedestrian safety, the passing of a white lion at the Cincinnati Zoo, and more.
Later, at 20:45, Brian is joined by WCPO reporter Paola Suro to discuss several high-profile Hyde Park restaurants that closed for good in 2019. Keystone Bar and Grill, Hyde Park Hitching Post and Dutch’s closed within a week of each other just before the new year. They join Cock and Bull and Teller's, which closed in mid-2019.
- Unbound: Library exhibit of creative writing, artwork brings incarcerated people out of the shadows
- WCPO is cutting back on the use of mug shots with crime stories
- Vision Zero Cincinnati: Pedestrian-involved crashes dropped in 2019, according to city data
- 22-year-old white lion euthanized at Cincinnati Zoo
- Top things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Jan. 9-12
- Three Hyde Park restaurants close in less than a week
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