"I'd say we've been pretty good for one another," Kate (Kelly Macdonald)
Well, not quite, but that statement is consistent with na?ve young Brit Kate's cluelessness since she's talking to an accomplished assassin, Frank (Michael Keaton), whom she recently befriended and believes to be a good Samaritan. But that sense of being just a bit out of it is characteristic of Michael Keaton's first directorial effort, The Merry Gentleman, as well.
Columbus, OH – Part of the price General Motors and its workers will pay to emerge from bankruptcy is more cuts--more dealers than announced last month will be dropped and 14 plants will close. But the news for Ohio turns out to be better than first thought. From member station WCPN in Cleveland, Mhari Saito and David C. Barnett reports.
Columbus, OH – For many students, the school year is approaching its end--and that means dealing with final exams. For a group of students participating in an art-and-environment program through the Wexner Center, final exams are taking on some interesting shapes. WCBE intern Casey Best reports.
Columbus, OH – The Kirk family, the scholarship fund founder, Jack Marchbanks, and The Columbus Foundation were pleased to present Robert William Dove, a Columbus City Schools Class of 2009 senior at Northland High School, with an award letter officially recognizing Dove as the first winner of the Rahsaan Roland Kirk Music Scholarship.
Columbus, OH – Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is taking the old saying about "one man's trash" literally, with yesterday's announcement of newly introduced legislation to encourage using trash to create energy, jobs, and a cleaner environment. Brown made his point by showing up at a central Ohio test project to make the announcement. WCBE's Alison Holm reports.