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Greater Cincinnati has a vibrant arts scene, and Around Cincinnati keeps you up to date with local, regional and national guests.

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St. X Alum Jay Moriarty Talks About Producing TV's Landmark Sitcom, "The Jeffersons"

Cincinnati native Jay Moriarty grew up watching TV and knowing he wanted to be a writer. He wound up writing and producing Norman Lear's groundbreaking comedy The Jeffersons and he's recounted his journey in his new book, Honky in the House: Writing & Producing The Jeffersons and he's with our John Kiesewetter.

11 MIN5 d ago
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St. X Alum Jay Moriarty Talks About Producing TV's Landmark Sitcom, "The Jeffersons"

Taft Museum Of Art Spotlights Art Quilts From Cynthia Lockhart

University of Cincinnati Professor Emerita Cynthia Lockhart has received great acclaim for her art quilts, which are now featured in an exhibit at the Taft Museum of Art . The artist joins host Lee Hay for a conversation about her work and the exhibit Journey to Freedom , on display through March 15.

21 MIN5 d ago
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Taft Museum Of Art Spotlights Art Quilts From Cynthia Lockhart

On This MLK Jr. Day Eve, A Poem From Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin

In honor of Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. Day, University of Dayton Professor Emeritus Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin recites one of his poems.

49 s5 d ago
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On This MLK Jr. Day Eve, A Poem From Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin

The Musician, Educator, Composer Behind "400: An Afrikan Epic Suite," Dr. Mark Lomax II

Dr. Mark Lomax II is an innovator, composer, musician, percussionist, and storyteller who created and performs 400: An Afrikan Epic Suite , an 8 ½ hour journey through the African American experience since arriving on these shores. Dr. Lomax, from Columbus, Ohio, has been sharing his musical storytelling throughout the area in collaboration with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and joins Lee Hay to discuss the origin and creation of the piece.

10 MIN5 d ago
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The Musician, Educator, Composer Behind "400: An Afrikan Epic Suite," Dr. Mark Lomax II

The SCPA Alum Behind Cincinnati's Revolution Dance Theatre

David Choate is an SCPA graduate who has created Revolution Dance Theatre , an African American troupe now in residence at the Aronoff Center. He discusses the genesis of the group and his ultimate mission with RDT in a conversation with Elaine Diehl.

12 MIN5 d ago
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The SCPA Alum Behind Cincinnati's Revolution Dance Theatre

Playhouse In The Park Spotlights The Life Of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story"

The life of iconic 50's rocker Buddy Holly is coming to Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park starting January 18.

9 MIN1 w ago
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Playhouse In The Park Spotlights The Life Of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story"

The Debut Poetry Collection From Local Poet Megan Mary Moore

Local poet Megan Mary Moore has received great acclaim for her first published collection, Dwellers . She spends a few minutes with our Barbara Gray to talk about this "love letter to a girlhood that is often overlooked: the girlhood that occurs in poor, rural America."

8 MIN1 w ago
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The Debut Poetry Collection From Local Poet Megan Mary Moore

Preview The Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show, Coming February 1

In preparation for warmer days ahead, Loveland's Oasis Conference Center will play host to the annual Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show on February 1. David Delegator learns more about this addictive recreation in a conversation with Jim Vota , president of Buckeye United Flyfishers , and Haruko Mizoguchi , a female club member active in their women's activities.

9 MIN1 w ago
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Preview The Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show, Coming February 1

The LBJ Presidency & The Civil Rights Act Play Out Onstage In "All The Way"

From LBJ's unexpected swearing in after the Kennedy assassination, through his effort to carry out his predecessor's plan for a national civil rights act, All the Way tells the story of a unique and tumultuous time in America's history. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company takes on Robert Schenkkan's drama starting January 24, and to learn more, our Rick Pender sits down with the company's artistic director, Brian Isaac Phillips .

10 MIN1 w ago
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The LBJ Presidency & The Civil Rights Act Play Out Onstage In "All The Way"

"Fabulous Food Made Easy" From Local Chef Gail Lennig

Local chef Gail Lennig thinks cooking is for everyone and that food is what brings people together, so she's written her first cookbook, Fabulous Food Made Easy , for amateur chefs to enjoy. She spends some time in the studio with Elaine Diehl talking about her food philosophies and some of the recipes in the book.

10 MIN1 w ago
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"Fabulous Food Made Easy" From Local Chef Gail Lennig

Latest Episodes

St. X Alum Jay Moriarty Talks About Producing TV's Landmark Sitcom, "The Jeffersons"

Cincinnati native Jay Moriarty grew up watching TV and knowing he wanted to be a writer. He wound up writing and producing Norman Lear's groundbreaking comedy The Jeffersons and he's recounted his journey in his new book, Honky in the House: Writing & Producing The Jeffersons and he's with our John Kiesewetter.

11 MIN5 d ago
Comments
St. X Alum Jay Moriarty Talks About Producing TV's Landmark Sitcom, "The Jeffersons"

Taft Museum Of Art Spotlights Art Quilts From Cynthia Lockhart

University of Cincinnati Professor Emerita Cynthia Lockhart has received great acclaim for her art quilts, which are now featured in an exhibit at the Taft Museum of Art . The artist joins host Lee Hay for a conversation about her work and the exhibit Journey to Freedom , on display through March 15.

21 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Taft Museum Of Art Spotlights Art Quilts From Cynthia Lockhart

On This MLK Jr. Day Eve, A Poem From Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin

In honor of Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. Day, University of Dayton Professor Emeritus Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin recites one of his poems.

49 s5 d ago
Comments
On This MLK Jr. Day Eve, A Poem From Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin

The Musician, Educator, Composer Behind "400: An Afrikan Epic Suite," Dr. Mark Lomax II

Dr. Mark Lomax II is an innovator, composer, musician, percussionist, and storyteller who created and performs 400: An Afrikan Epic Suite , an 8 ½ hour journey through the African American experience since arriving on these shores. Dr. Lomax, from Columbus, Ohio, has been sharing his musical storytelling throughout the area in collaboration with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and joins Lee Hay to discuss the origin and creation of the piece.

10 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The Musician, Educator, Composer Behind "400: An Afrikan Epic Suite," Dr. Mark Lomax II

The SCPA Alum Behind Cincinnati's Revolution Dance Theatre

David Choate is an SCPA graduate who has created Revolution Dance Theatre , an African American troupe now in residence at the Aronoff Center. He discusses the genesis of the group and his ultimate mission with RDT in a conversation with Elaine Diehl.

12 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The SCPA Alum Behind Cincinnati's Revolution Dance Theatre

Playhouse In The Park Spotlights The Life Of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story"

The life of iconic 50's rocker Buddy Holly is coming to Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park starting January 18.

9 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Playhouse In The Park Spotlights The Life Of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story"

The Debut Poetry Collection From Local Poet Megan Mary Moore

Local poet Megan Mary Moore has received great acclaim for her first published collection, Dwellers . She spends a few minutes with our Barbara Gray to talk about this "love letter to a girlhood that is often overlooked: the girlhood that occurs in poor, rural America."

8 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Debut Poetry Collection From Local Poet Megan Mary Moore

Preview The Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show, Coming February 1

In preparation for warmer days ahead, Loveland's Oasis Conference Center will play host to the annual Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show on February 1. David Delegator learns more about this addictive recreation in a conversation with Jim Vota , president of Buckeye United Flyfishers , and Haruko Mizoguchi , a female club member active in their women's activities.

9 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Preview The Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show, Coming February 1

The LBJ Presidency & The Civil Rights Act Play Out Onstage In "All The Way"

From LBJ's unexpected swearing in after the Kennedy assassination, through his effort to carry out his predecessor's plan for a national civil rights act, All the Way tells the story of a unique and tumultuous time in America's history. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company takes on Robert Schenkkan's drama starting January 24, and to learn more, our Rick Pender sits down with the company's artistic director, Brian Isaac Phillips .

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The LBJ Presidency & The Civil Rights Act Play Out Onstage In "All The Way"

"Fabulous Food Made Easy" From Local Chef Gail Lennig

Local chef Gail Lennig thinks cooking is for everyone and that food is what brings people together, so she's written her first cookbook, Fabulous Food Made Easy , for amateur chefs to enjoy. She spends some time in the studio with Elaine Diehl talking about her food philosophies and some of the recipes in the book.

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
"Fabulous Food Made Easy" From Local Chef Gail Lennig
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