Around Cincinnati

A profile of local artist Emil Robinson

Jul 10, 2015

Jane Durrell profiles another exceptional artist who calls Cincinnati home – meet painter Emil Robinson.

Thomas Atkinson is a local writer whose first novel, Strobe Life, has just come out in print and he has earned acclaim for his collection of linked stories, Standing Deadwood, at two recent literary contests.

It’s been 30 years since the world was introduced to Marty McFly, the teenaged time traveler in the Back to the Future movies.

Our Roberta Schultz shares her thoughts about performing and attending the legendary summer ArtSong concerts presented by Queen City Balladeers and previews this year’s line-up of performers.

There’s something new at Know Theatre of Cincinnati this summer – the One Minute Play Festival. Producing Artistic Director Andrew Hungerford explains the concept in a conversation with Jim Stump.

The Kentucky Speedway is gearing up for the fifth running of the Quaker State 400 NASCAR race and they have added more family activities and 2 free practice sessions during the July 9-11 weekend.

Cincinnati Art Galleries celebrates America’s pastime with their All Star Invitational Art Show featuring baseball related work from some of the region’s finest artists.

After three decades in the editing room of The New Yorker, Mary Norris has written a book about the challenges, fears and consternation over punctuation and grammar.

A poetry reading by Steve Winhusen from his book, The Wonderful World.

Book review from Lee Hay: Weeds of Kentucky and Adjacent States, by Patricia Dalton Haragan.

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