In the tradition of the play The Exonerated comes Lucasville: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising. However, unlike the former death row prisoners in The Exonerated, the subjects of this play are still sentenced to be executed. Lucasville, written with the cooperation of five men who were sentenced to death for their alleged roles in the 1993 uprising at the maximum-security prison in Lucasville, Ohio, at 2 p.m. April 14 at First Unitarian Church in Avondale.
The 2007 SOS Art Show, which highlights a variety of artistic forms on themes of peace and justice, is accepting applications from artists. The show, in its fifth year, is May 25-June 3 at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. The deadline for receipt of applications is May 4, 2007. For more information, contact Dr. Saad Ghosn at email@example.com.
The Mayor Will See You Now
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory meets twice a month with anyone who has an issue or problem to discuss with him
Women Voters Luncheon
The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area presents the Visions For Greater Cincinnati Luncheon at 11:30a.m. April 19 at the Duke Energy Center.
The luncheon features Ellen G. van der Horst, president of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Tickets are $100. For information, call 513-281-8683.
Riverfront Park Discussion
Give Back Cincinnati hosts a Community Conversation with Cincinnati Park Board staff about the proposed Riverfront Park and its environmental impact. The program is at 6 p.m. April 17 at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. To register, visit givebackcincinnati.org.
Documentary Series Seeks 'One World'
The Seven Hills School, in conjunction with Cincinnati Earth Institute, presents its Spring 2007 community film series, "One World: Building A Sustainable Future," focusing on global awareness and environmental sustainability. Each film provides an opportunity for members of the school and Greater Cincinnati communities to discuss global challenges and some of the ways human ingenuity can work with the natural world to meet them. The films will be shown monthly, January through May, at no charge in Founders Hall on the Hillsdale Campus, 5400 Red Bank Road. The films begin at 7 p.m. For more information, call 271-9027. The films are Kilowatt Ours, April 25; and The Next Industrial Revolution, May 23.