Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati has an urgent need for blood and platelet donors. All eligible donors are encouraged to make an appointment to donate blood at their earliest convenience.
“Once again the winter weather is adversely impacting our collections,” said Hoxworth Associate Director/COO Gregg Boothe. “We are relying on the graciousness of our community to make lifesaving blood donations to help patients in our local hospitals.”
Since January 2014, Hoxworth has fallen short 2,337 units of its collection goal. During that two-month time span, there were 19 days when cold and/or snow affected our ability to collect blood. We fully expect that to be the case again on Monday.
Individuals are encouraged to make a donation today or Saturday in preparation for the snow storm predicted for our area. The blood collected by Hoxworth Blood Center will help save the life of a patient in a Tri-State hospital.
Walk-ins are always welcome. Appointments can be scheduled by calling (513) 451-0910.
We would love for you to join our team for the 2014 American Heart Association’s 37th Annual Heart Mini. Click here to join our Brian and Laura team!
The American Heart Association and Mercy Health present the 37th annual Heart Mini on Sunday, March 16 in downtown Cincinnati. The Heart Mini is a Cincinnati tradition and the first race of the spring season. This event offers an option for everyone beginning with the signature 15K Heart Mini and the Heart 1/2 Marathon, followed by the 5K Heart Race, 2K Kids Mini Mara Fun Run, 5K and 10K Heart Walks and a 1K Steps for Stroke.
The City of Lawrenceburg is teaming with Perfect North Slopes to give Olympic skier Nick Goepper a welcome home parade and celebration. Saturday, March 8th, the parade will start on Walnut Street at 10:30 a.m. A public ceremony follows at Lawrenceburg High School, where Goepper will be recognized by local officials and morel.
TMZ is reporting that Robin Thicke and his wife of 9 years, Paula Patton are separating. For the full story click here.
A day-of-performance lottery for a limited number of orchestra seats will be held for WICKED, which is returning to the Aronoff Center with performances from March 5 – 23. Two and one-half hours prior to each performance, people who present themselves at the Aronoff Center box office will have their names placed in a lottery drum; thirty minutes later, names will be drawn for a limited number of orchestra seats at $25 each, cash only. This lottery is available only in-person at the box office, with a limit of two tickets per person. Lottery participants must have a valid photo ID when submitting their entry form and, if chosen, when purchasing tickets.
WICKED will play the Aronoff Center from March 5 – 23: Tuesdays-Thursdays at 7:30PM, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2:00PM and 8:00PM, Sundays at 1:00PM and 6:30PM, Thursday, March 6 at 1:00PM. Tickets remain available for WICKED, however availability is limited and varies by performance date. For the most up-to-date ticket and pricing information please visit the Aronoff Center Box Office, call 513.621.ARTS(2787) or online at CincinnatiArts.org. Limited View seats are available for purchase at the Aronoff Center Box Office or by calling 513.621.ARTS(2787) from 9:00AM – 5:30PM.
Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV Tricia Macke does a great segment every Sunday night during the Ten O’Clock News on Fox19 called “Another Side Of” It where she shows you some things that you might know about someone in the public eye.
Olympic Luger Kate Hansen was believed to have shot a video of a wolf waiting outside her hotel in the hallway in Sochi. It turns out that it was prank for Jimmy Kimmel’s show.
A VERY cool medley of Happy, Get Lucky and more
The Voice returns to NBC this coming Monday February 24th.