Around Cincinnati

March brings our area the National Women's History Month Festival to celebrate achievements and educate young women during a month of events. 

From Art Deco to Mid-Century Modern, the annual 20th Century Cincinnati show featuring unique furniture and accessories will return to the Sharonville Convention Center on February 24 and 25. 

The calendar may still say winter, but the summer months will be here soon, meaning now is the time to make plans for your kids during their school break. 

Celebrating The Life And Music Of Tracy Walker

Feb 16, 2018

For a quarter century, she's been one of Cincinnati's favorite singer/songwriters, sharing her talents in concert, at fundraisers and festivals, and on CD. 

In advance of his upcoming appearance at the Taft Theatre, a song from Rufus Wainwright

It's been 50 years since The Carpenters released their first album, and 35 years since Karen Carpenter passed away. A tribute concert organized by Maria Bruce, a Mount St. Joseph University student, will happen on campus on February 25. 

Coming to The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting in West Chester on March 3: Boston puppeteer Wayne Martin discusses Cincinnati TV legend and puppet master Larry Smith.

The Debut Novel Of Cincinnati Native Michael Nye

Feb 9, 2018

Cincinnati native Michael Nye has written and released his debut novel, a coming of age story with loving references to his hometown. 

Interwoven: A New Exhibition of Contemporary Textiles is the exhibit currently on display at the Marta Hewett Gallery in OTR. 

A Poem From David Lee Garrison

Feb 9, 2018

Poetry Reading: David Lee Garrison reads Iris from his collection Carpeing the Diem: Poems about High School.

Playhouse in the Park is presenting the world premiere of playwright Deborah Zoe Laufer's play Be Here Now

A Review Of The New Biography Of Leonardo Da Vinci

Feb 9, 2018

Book review: Our Kelly Blewett reviews the extensive biography Leonardo Da Vinci by Walter Isaacson.

Leaving The Visual Arts For Martial Arts

Feb 9, 2018

One-time painter and arts educator Johanna Norris recently left Santa Fe, New Mexico and moved here with her husband to follow her new life's passion, martial arts. 

Loren Long Tells Us About His New Book, "Love"

Feb 2, 2018

A beautiful new children's book, celebrating love in our lives from birth to death, features text by Matt de la Pena and illustrations by Cincinnati's own Loren Long

Poetry Reading: Roberta Schultz reads Lullaby, from her new chapbook, Songs from the Shaper's Harp.

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