This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, entertainment reporter Brian Mains and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss the GeneroCity 513 Jobs Van, Oktoberfest, house flipping scams, a new transit center coming to Northside, and more.
Brian is then joined by WCPO reporter Lisa Smith to discuss what Xavier University is doing to reconcile their history after discovering that their founder, Bishop Edward Fenwick, was a slave owner.
- In its first year Jobs Van connects hundreds of panhandlers with daily work, longer-term help
- Oktoberfest Zinzinnati 2019: Everything you need to know before you go
- This weekend's Oktoberfest Zinzinnati offers extended hours, promise for future festival growth
- Hundreds of house flippers bilked out of investments by local firm with 'alter egos,' lawsuit says
- New transit center coming to Northside, Metro says
- As Xavier University grapples with connection to slavery, students work to reconcile past, present
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