Around Cincinnati

Bestselling suspense novelist Lisa Gardner crowdsourced her fans to determine which of her characters to bring back for a new book. 

Collegium Cincinnati will present the ethereal and meditative work PASSIO by Arvo Part in the serene setting of downtown's Christ Church Cathedral

Local poet Ralph La Charity reads his poem The Settling Into, from one of his self-published chap books.

Faith and Fashion: The Crowns of African American Women is a pop-up exhibit of church hats worn by African American women, now on display at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Artist and culturist Elliott Jordan, who has a gallery in Pleasant Ridge, has been spending a lot of time recently in Dominican Republic.

Miami University-Hamilton will present a series of events designed to celebrate the Appalachian and Bluegrass heritage of our area. 

Pink Martini Is Coming To Memorial Hall

Mar 3, 2017

Known for their eclectic playlist and occasional guest appearances by Ari Shapiro from NPR, Pink Martini is the "little orchestra" from Portland, Oregon that has been entertaining audiences for more than 20 years. 

Reading, interpreting and analyzing literature is, according to UC Professor and author Gary Weissman, a fundamentally a writing-based function. 

Cirque du Soleil is bringing their production of Ovo back to Cincinnati from May 11 - 14 at US Bank Arena. 

A Poem From Brian Volck

Mar 3, 2017

Poetry reading: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Pediatrician Dr. Brian Volck reads In Winter from his collection, Flesh Becomes Word.

The announcement of the 2017-2018 season from Broadway in Cincinnati, with a hint at a popular show coming during the 2018-2019 season, has musical theatre fans excited. 

Coming to the First Lutheran Church in Over the Rhine is the Ohio Sacred Harp Singing Convention, a gathering of fans and musicians of this unique choral music. 

Fans of children's author Margaret Wise Brown will enjoy Kelly Blewett's conversation with biographer Amy Gary

The annual Constella Festival, a celebration of music and the arts, is returning to multiple venues around our area March 18-25. 

Not surprisingly, the Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati is gearing up for a very busy March. 

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