The partial shutdown of the Federal government is still in effect, and it’s rippling down to the local level. We spoke with Steve Stevens, President and CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, to hear about what a distant government shutdown means to his communities along along the Ohio River.
The awesome bluegrass quintet Della Mae won the best emerging artist award at the International Bluegrass music awards in Raleigh this week. Remember when they performed at On Point Live? We do!Comments 
Jenny Gold, a reporter for Kaiser Health News, is as clear and straightforward a health care reporter as you can find. She responded to some of your questions after our hour on the state health care exchange marketplaces.Comments 
Our hour on the coming Oct. 1 premiere of state health care exchanges includes a brief aural sampling of advertisements from around the country. You can listen back to the hour for the practical side of things, or you can just watch our selected favorite health care ads here.Comments 
Our hour with Diane Ravitch, a former Assistant Secretary of Education and a current education historian and policy analyst, drew a lot of activity on our website and social media feeds. We collected a few of the more interesting comments and invited Ravitch to reply.Comments 
Our hour on how America’s mayors have become some of our best problem solvers drew thoughts and comments from residents of all kinds of cities and towns, both big and small. Whatever your mayor, it seems, you’ve got things to say about him or her. One the cities that drew the most interesting and open-hearted […]
Tom covered a full slate of things in his charming, comic conversation with actor-comedian Billy Crystal on our Friday show. But for the On Point staff, our favorite moment was when the comedian detailed his quirky relationship with fellow big-name comedic actor Robin Williams.