book club

As the Super Bowl celebrates its 50th anniversary, sports columnist Austin Murphy discusses Super Bowl Gold, a celebration of the grandeur and spirit of the Big Game presented by the writers of Sports Illustrated.

New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover returns with November 9, an unforgettable love story between a writer and his unexpected muse who agree to meet on the same date every year.

While it is known that Cincinnati had the largest per capita population of mixed race people outside the South during the antebellum period, historians have yet to explore how geography played a central role in this outcome.

Remember Me to Miss Louisa by Sharony Green explores the hidden black-white intimacies in Antebellum America.


Feb 5, 2016

Christopher Eanes, artistic director of Collegium Cincinnati, previews CantataFest, featuring over 100 singers at Christ Cathedral Church at 4pm February 6.

Mindy Heithaus portrays Faye Medwick in the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts production of Neil Simon's comedy Chapter Two onstage through February 14.

Lauren Brandstetter, Children's Programmer for the Covington Branch of the Kenton County Public Library, talks about Zoo Week, happening Monday, Jan 25 through Saturday, Jan 30.

The Typewriter Revolution by Richard Polt provides practical advice on how to choose a typewriter, how to care for it, and what to do with it. It celebrates the unique quality of everything typewriter -- fully-illustrated with vintage photographs, postcards, manuals, and more. 

From Gregory Maguire, bestselling author of Wicked comes After Alice, a magical new twist on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Lewis’s Carroll’s beloved classic.

The public's connection to the Kennedy family comes most strongly through the wives, whose pain, heartbreak, and grief seemed immensely public and lonely and personal at the same time. Amber Hunt's book The Tragic Lives of the Kennedy Wives examines five of the Kennedy matriarchs: Rose, Jackie, Ethel, Joan, and Vicki.

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Sean P. Mette , who portrays The Cowardly Lion, talks about the "lightly staged" production of The Wizard of Oz with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra at The Carnegie in Covington, January 21-31, 2016.