Around Cincinnati

A re-broadcast of Barbara Gray’s recent discussion with civil rights activist Marian Spencer and her friend Dot Christenson about their book, Keep on Fighting: The Life and Civil Rights Legacy of Marian A. Spencer.

Rebecca Forste visits with Jim Stump to discuss her presentation on the celebrated Ohio poet Paul Laurence Dunbar at the main branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County on Saturday, January 30.

Noted actor/director/writer and Golden Globe-winner Regina Taylor recently visited with Anne Arenstein to talk about Maya Angelou's poems and her thoughts as an artist and how her works reflect the fulfillment of Dr. King's dream.

Book review: "The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia"

Jan 15, 2016

Book review: Roberta Schultz reviews The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia, edited by Gerald L. Smith, Karen Cotton McDaniel, and John A. Hardin, and published by the University Press of Kentucky.

Jane Durrell sits down with Rebecca Johnson, curator for the newest exhibit at the historic Betts House in Cincinnati’s west end.

Shakedown Soul is the title of the 16th album from local guitar legend Kelly Richey.

Lynn Robbins is a poet who lives in Cold Spring, Kentucky and recently released When You Sit To Write: Poems of support and inspiration for writers to help other poets and authors who might be facing a blank page.

This year’s Linton Chamber Music Series kicks off on January 24 with the start of their celebration of Johannes Brahms.

If you have a son or daughter who’s a bit of clown, you may want to listen as Jim Stump talks with Steve Roenker, the founder and director of My Nose Turns Red Youth Circus.

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Cincinnati’s Seven Hills School is presenting its 30th anniversary Books for Lunch lecture series, where acclaimed authors visit the school and are guest speaker at a luncheon at Xavier University’s Cintas Center.

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