Around Cincinnati

Covington’s Behringer-Crawford Museum in Devou Park has kicked off its summer Music@BCM series of live music concerts featuring a diverse line-up of local performers.

Hoffner Park hosts the annual Northside Art in the Park on Saturday, May 9, and one of the kid-friendly performances that day will be from Cincinnati’s own Wump Mucket Puppets. Puppeteer Terrence Burke (and a couple of friends) joins Anne Arenstein to talk about Wump Mucket and where else they’ll be this summer.

The local musical duo known as Ellery, after a lengthy sabbatical, are back with a book of poetry called Once You Had Hands with photography by Michael Wilson. Justin & Tasha Golden join Barbara Gray to talk about the book and their May 1 event at Hoffner Lodge in Northside that will be part book launch and part Ellery concert.

Fans of TV’s Nashville will know Will Chase from his role as superstar Luke Wheeler. This Lexington, Kentucky native (and UK fan) is coming to Music Hall to join the Cincinnati Pops in their concert presentation of The Music Man on May 1-3. He joins Lee Hay by phone to talk about singing the role of Professor Harold Hill in this American musical classic, plus his role on one of primetime TV’s biggest hits.

Book review: "Cuba Straits" by Randy Wayne White

Apr 24, 2015

Book review: David Delegator reviews the 22nd installment in the Doc Ford novel series, Cuba Straits, from author Randy Wayne White.

The Irish Heritage Center of Cincinnati is hosting the 22nd Annual Acting Irish International Theatre Festival from May 19-24. For ticket information, click here.

Cleveland native Daniel Arsham is the creative mind behind Remember the Future, a new installation at the Contemporary Arts Center. He joins Jane Durrell to discuss what the exhibition is all about and what he hopes visitors will take away from it.

The Portland Cello Project will be performing in Cincinnati on Tuesday, April 21 at the Woodward Theater in Over-the-Rhine.

Bestselling YA author Lauren Oliver spoke recently with our Barbara Gray about her latest novel, Vanishing Girls.

In honor of National Poetry Month, a reading by Dayton poet Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin.

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