Around Cincinnati

The new writer-in-residence at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is a local teacher, husband and father who published his first book last year. 

The Works Of Local Artist Mary Barr Rhodes

Jan 13, 2017

Jane Durrell introduces our listeners to another exceptional local artist, Mary Barr Rhodes, whose works can currently be seen at Switch on Vine Street in OTR. 

Friday, January 20 marks the annual return of one of the most popular arts events on the calendar, the UC College – Conservatory of Music Moveable Feast

Author Rion Amilcar Scott is out with a new collection of short stories entitled Insurrection: Stories

Music From Brian Lovely

Jan 13, 2017

New Music: A song from local musician and songwriter Brian Lovely and his band, Flying Underground, from their new EP, "Death of Stars."

A New Biography Of Local Jazz Legend John Von Ohlen

Jan 6, 2017

Local jazz drummer, bandleader and music legend John Von Ohlen is the subject a recently released authorized biography called It's Gotta Swing: The John Von Ohlen Story

There's no hotter founding father these days than Alexander Hamilton

The new year promises a full slate of unique programming at the newly renovated Memorial Hall in Over the Rhine. 

Catching Up With Musician And Writer Kelly Richey

Jan 6, 2017

Local musician Kelly Richey is starting 2017 with a new group (the Kelly Richey Power Duo) and will be based out of The Greenwich in Walnut Hills, plus is doing more writing and teaching. 

Rachel Moore is the creator of the newest art gallery on Main Street in Over the Rhine. 

A New Poetry Collection From Rochelle Hurt

Dec 30, 2016

Ohio poet Rochelle Hurt recently released her latest collection, In Which I Play the Runaway, which has received the Barrow Street Book Prize. 

A new collaboration between classical music presenter concert:nova and Activities Beyond the Classroom, which helps fund music lessons for students, is being supported by the local Benjamin Carlson-Berne Scholarship Fund

Longtime Cincinnatians will remember the tea rooms that were permanent fixtures in many downtown department stores like Shillito's, Pogue's, McAlpin's and others. 

Author Cynthia Kuhn Beischel has researched and written about these bygone establishments – and discovered some of these classic recipes - for her book Lost Tea Rooms of Downtown Cincinnati: Reflections & Recipes, and she talks about it all with our Jim Stump.

Edible flowers have been part of cultural cuisines for centuries, offering unique flavors like saffron and rose. 

The Carnegie in Covington is currently displaying two unique art installations featuring local artists. 

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