Around Cincinnati

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Greater Cincinnati has a vibrant arts scene, and Around Cincinnati keeps you up to date. Host Lee Hay is joined by prominent local contributors who have their fingers on the pulse of the community and introduce you to the cultural and arts organizations and events that make Cincinnati special.

Around Cincinnati is made possible in part by a grant from ArtsWave.

Jim Nolan reviews the second album from Cincinnati band Leggy called Nice Try.

The Cincinnati Fringe Festival kicks off 12 days of creative, provocative theater on May 26. Joining Jim Stump for a preview of this year’s Fringe is the associate producer, Chris Wesselman.

Bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark changes things up a bit with her new book, a novella and short stories titled Death Wears a Beauty Mask.

Showbiz Players are taking on the macabre fun of the musical version of the 1960’s TV classic, The Addams Family, opening at The Carnegie in Covington on May 29.

George Hibben & Nique Swan from Rookwood Pottery join our Stuart Holman to discuss a new collaboration with the Edie Harper Art Studio that has been years in the making, plus some upcoming baseball pieces in celebration of Cincinnati hosting the All Star Game.

The Greenwich in Walnut Hills is hosting a new group art exhibit entitled Superheroes & the Underworld featuring the works of seven local artists.

Local author Rita Miles-Burns is with our Kelly Blewett to talk about her latest novel, A Ribbon in the Sky.

A poetry reading by local poet Sarah Rose Nordgren from her book of poetry, Best Bones.

Jonathan Queen is the artist behind the unique animals found in the just-opened Carol Ann’s Carousel in Smale Riverfront Park along the Ohio River.

A new book looks at Cincinnati's Wurlitzer family

May 15, 2015

Author Mark Palkovic has delved in to the history of one of our more prominent local family names in his new book Wurlitzer of Cincinnati: The Name That Means Music to Millions.

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