Cam Miller is a filmmaker whose latest film, “Riverfront Remembered” debuts on September 9 at the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. It’s a loving portrait of Riverfront Stadium, that beauty down by the river that enchanted so many of us over the years, and was the site of some great Reds baseball.
Cam joined me for a discussion about the film, its legacy in Cincinnati history, and about the nostalgia for the stadium that still exists. You can see the trailer for “Riverfront Remembered” on YouTube now.
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