Around Cincinnati

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Mary McNear's latest novel, The Light in Summer, introduces readers to the small community of Butternut Lake, based on the author's summertime getaway as a child. 

Jazz, gospel and singers from a dozen African American church choirs raising their voices are all part of the upcoming Cincinnati Contemporary Jazz Orchestra concert called Come Together

There's a new book out about Cincinnati favorite Jimmy Buffett, who'll make his annual visit to Riverbend on July 8. 

It's going to be a busy summer at all the Great Parks of Hamilton County

Hyde Park's Mary Ran Gallery is currently featuring an exhibit of two abstract expressionists, and friends, Jack Meanwell and Paul Chidlaw

Mammoth Cave is one of the most popular national parks, and a favorite of hikers and families from the tristate area. But how much do you know about the miles of caves in the park? 

Two local libraries – the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and the Lebanon Public Library – have recently added the on-demand streaming service Kanopy to their benefits for card holders. 

Local musician Jake Speed is in the studio along with the founder of Cincinnati's American Sign Museum, Tod Swormstedt, and our Elaine Diehl to talk about a new music series happening at the museum. 

Toy historian Gary Darna has created a digital catalog of toy collectibles, including those with local ties from Kenner and Hasbro

A new program offered by local organization FarmChef offers five weeks of cooking classes for parents to help them create healthier meals for their family. 

Our Jim Stump has information on a summer camp for kids interested in musical theater. 

Lisa Gardner's bestselling D.D. Warren crime novel, Find Her, is now out in paperback. 

The best-selling band Train is bringing their Play That Song tour with guests O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield to Riverbend Music Center this Tuesday night. 

BLINK, coming to Cincinnati in October, is a community light festival that will happen throughout downtown, Over the Rhine and Findlay Market. 

Former Enquirer editor Dennis Hetzel has combined his love of politics and sports in his new novel. 

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