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Local singer-songwriter Maria Carrelli is set to digitally release her debut CD, Strings On My Guitar, at two sold-out shows on Saturday, April 13 at Ludlow's Folk School Coffee Parlor

Book Review: In honor of National Poetry Month, Roberta Schultz reviews Love Poems for Married People by John Kenney.

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Jayne Sachs is a Dayton-area singer-songwriter who has been focused on writing for a Nashville music publishing firm and not on performing. 

A Preview Of The Upcoming Victory Of Light Expo

Mar 29, 2019

The biannual Victory of Light Expo returns to the Sharonville Convention Center on April 6 and 7. 

Author/journalist/former First Lady of Colorado Helen Thorpe will be this year's guest speaker for the Women's City Club of Greater Cincinnati's annual forum and fundraising on April 3 at Memorial Hall.

A New CD From Local Pianist Andrew Haug And His Trio

Mar 29, 2019

Jazz pianist Andrew Haug and his trio from Cincinnati have recently released a new, improvisational CD called On a Limb

On Thursday, April 4, the Jewish American Hall of Fame will celebrate its 50th anniversary with the induction of its newest member, the late Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, founder of Hebrew Union College

If a future vacation includes visits to America's national parks, a new book from Joe Yogerst will be a big help. 

With the changing landscape regarding medical marijuana, Cincinnati's Lloyd Library & Museum presents a new exhibit in conjunction with the Cannabis Museum in Athens, Ohio. 

The Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame is preparing to induct its fifth class of local musicians on Sunday, March 31 at Mount St. Joseph University

A Poem From Lynn Robbins

Mar 22, 2019

A poetry reading from Lynn Robbins: It's About Time from her book, When You Sit To Write.

Chef Edward Lee was recently seen as a judge on the Kentucky edition of Top Chef and is the owner of several highly-regarded restaurants in Louisville. 

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.

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