Around Cincinnati

"Phenomenally Woven" - The Spring Concert From MUSE

May 20, 2016

MUSE, Cincinnati's Women's Choir, will present their spring concert, Phenomenally Woven, on June 4-5 at Walnut Hills High School.

Local artist Amy Yosmali is part of a creative exhibition presented by the Art on Vine gallery called A Car Show, featuring artwork inspired by automobiles.

Curious Critters Marine is the latest children's nature book from author David FitzSimmons.

Bob Rich is a successful businessman who recently penned his first novel, Looking Through Water.

A poetry reading from local poet Sherry Cook Stanforth.

Vocalist Krystal Peterson, who recently toured with The Victor Wooten Band, has a new group and a new CD.

After 25 years of almost constant touring, local favorites Over the Rhine are going to stay home a bit more and bring the music there.

Originally aired March 13, 2011:

Gebhardt was commissioned by The Rolling Stones to make their concert film Ladies & Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones during their 1972, Exile On Main Street tour in the United States. Gebhardt parted with Lennon/Ono in 1973 shortly before their own separation.

When this year's May Festival concerts conclude, it will mark the end of James Conlon's 37 year run as music director. Maestro Conlon recently spoke to Frank Johnson by phone from Spain with some perspective and memories of his tenure with the May Festival.

The Leadership Traits Of "Superbosses"

May 13, 2016

What separates bosses from "superbosses"? Kelly Blewett talks with Dartmouth management professor Sydney Finkelstein about his new book, Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent.

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