Around Cincinnati

As we celebrate Women's History Month, Barbara Gray speaks with first-time author, Etaf Rum

A show featuring big band music and swing dancing is coming to the stage of The Carnegie in Covington starting March 30. 

In this special commentary, our David Delegator pays tribute to influential poet and co-owner of the City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco, Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Dr. Catherine Roma is one of the area's most respected choral music leaders, having led groups like MUSE through the years. Now, she focuses her attention on leading groups inside local prisons

Book Review: Just in time for March Madness, Roberta Schultz reviews Adolph Rupp and the Rise of Kentucky Basketball by James Duane Bolin.

The local jazz vocal group No Promises will join two other musical entities for concerts in early April. On April 4, they'll join with the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers gospel group and on April 6, it's their collaboration with the Cincinnati Collaborative Ringing Project

History professor and coffee shop owner Robert Thurston from Oxford has written a new book about the black gold that powers so many people's mornings. 

In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, a song from Cincinnati's Riley School of Irish Music: Happy Remembrance from their CD, The Road to Riley.

The topic no one wants to discuss, but death is inevitable. 

After several months closed for renovation and the installation of new technologies and exhibits, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is ready to re-open, appropriately enough, on Opening Day, March 28. 

Netflix is debuting Juanita, a new film based on Northern Kentucky author Sheila Williams' novel, Dancing on the Edge of the Roof, on March 8. 

Over the Rhine, the local band featuring wife & husband musicians Karin Berquist and Linford Detweiler, celebrates their 30th anniversary in 2019 with the new CD Love & Revelation

As part of Women's History Month, New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner joins Barbara Gray to talk about developing female characters, not caricatures, and the strength she sees in her 99-year-old grandmother. 

Caffe Vivace, the coffee shop/jazz club in Walnut Hills, has established a non-profit arm called Jazz Vivace to promote jazz and jazz performances. 

Book Review: "How To Disappear" By Akiko Busch

Mar 8, 2019

Book Review: Kelly Blewett reviews How to Disappear: Notes on Invisibility in a Time of Transparency by Akiko Busch.

A Poem From Richard Hague

Mar 8, 2019

Local poet Richard Hague reads “The Beast of Beer” from his book, Beasts, River, Drunk Men, Garden, Burst and Light: Sequences and Long Poems.

Over 350 artifacts and a mummy dating back more than 3000 years are all part of the exhibit Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs, now on display at the Cincinnati Museum Center

For Women's History Month: Two local women writers who lost their mothers to dementia have teamed with the Alzheimer's Association to present writing workshops for caregivers and former caregivers. 

The Greenwich in Walnut Hills presents a variety of musical performances, but jazz is their bread and butter. 

Integrative medicine, alternative treatments, natural alternatives to drugs…these and many other topics are discussed in-depth in Nature's Best Remedies: Top Medicinal Herbs, Spices, and Foods for Health and Well-Being from National Geographic. 

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