The Carnegie in Covington is hosting a retrospective of works created over the past 40 years for the Clay Street Press. Mark Patsfall tells Jane Durrell about that original portfolio idea and how it has sustained since 1984.
Louisa Treger is a first-time novelist whose debut is a historical novel about Dorothy Richardson - peer of Virginia Woolf, mistress of H.G. Wells, and central figure in the emergence of a new style of fiction known as “stream of consciousness.” She talks about her book, The Lodger, with our Barbara Gray.
Longtime local musician, former record store owner, and now life coach at the Conscious Living Center, Ron Esposito talks with Lee Hay about the music he creates now with Tibetan brass bowls and crystal singing bowls, and his new CD, Soul Sonics.
The 10th Annual Around Cincinnati Christmas special will air on Sunday, December 21 from 7-9pm. The program will revisit songs recorded in Cincinnati Public Radio’s Corbett Theatre over the years, as well as from wonderful CDs by talented local musicians. There will be readings and a couple of new holiday essays by Rick Pender and Dave Papin. Listeners will also hear a few new songs by the Comet Bluegrass All-Stars, Zak Morgan, and one song written by Irv Rosen and recorded by Ed Moss, Lou Lausche and vocalist Pam Ross in 2004.
Cameron Kitchin, the new director of the Cincinnati Art Museum, joins our Jane Durrell to discuss his vision for the museum, some of the events happening there this holiday season, and what visitors can look forward to in 2015.