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.

Coming up this fall is the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s fourth One City, One Symphony concert and community outreach effort. This year will feature works inspired by the late Maya Angelou and the CSO is currently seeking submissions of new, original poems that responds to the question “what does freedom mean to you?”

Book review: "In the Unlikely Event" by Judy Blume

Jun 12, 2015

Book review: Kelly Blewett reviews the new, talked about book from Judy Blume, In the Unlikely Event.

The final lecture in the Cincinnati Museum Center’s baseball lecture series happens June 18: The Civic and Environmental Aspects of Baseball Landscapes from Professor John Fairfield of Xavier University.

Meet local artist Kevin Muente

Jun 12, 2015
RJD Gallery

Jane Durrell profiles local artist and professor of art at NKU, Kevin Muente. He talks about his career so far, teaching, and the differences between painting today vs. the 18th century.

A retail store that changes out inventory based on seasonal themes is coming to Main Street in Cincinnati’s Over the Rhine neighborhood.

Know Theatre of Cincinnati will open its 18th season this summer and will feature eight main stage productions plus more of their off-night hits like Serials, Fringe Encores and more.

Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian David McCullough has just released his latest book, a fascinating look at the men from Dayton, Ohio who took flight from Kitty Hawk.

The Cincinnati Men’s Chorus – 85 voices strong and still growing – present their annual spring concert, Broadway Our Way, on June 13 and 14 in the Corbett Theater at the School for Creative and Performing Arts.

Richard O. Jones was a longtime writer for The Hamilton Journal-News, but he has now embarked on a new career as true crime historian.

Our Jim Nolan has a review of the latest CD project from The Happy Maladies called Must Love Cats.

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