March 17 might be the big day for the
Irish, but don’t write off Celtic celebrations just yet because on
Saturday the Cincinnati Museum Center is holding its annual Celtic Lands
Culture Fest for the 16th year running.
Rachel Lyon’s 2004 documentary Hate Crimes in the Heartland
explores current and past hate crimes that have been committed in
America by studying two that occurred in Tulsa, Okla. — the 1921 Race
Riots and the 2012 shootings that targeted African-Americans.
From the opening salvo of “Autodidact” on I Wasn’t Born to Lose You,
Swervedriver’s first album of new material in 17 years, the listener is
transported back to the mid-’90s, an almost mythical point in recent
Starting Wednesday and continuing through March 20, one of his most acclaimed video creations, last year’s A Lot of Sorrow,
will be screening during regular gallery hours in the CAC’s Black Box
Organized by the ever-discerning
University of Cincinnati’s Department of English and Comparative
Literature, the annual Emerging Fiction Writers Festival is a
smorgasbord for lit junkies, offering multiple authors in an intimate
Channel your inner Judy Garland and Fred Astaire through the lovely
lyrics of Irving Berlin as The Carnegie in Concert takes it back to the
1948 Oscar-winning classic with Easter Parade: Classic Film, Live
A different way of celebrating St.
Patrick, the 39th annual Luck O’ the Irish Mini CANvention is a place to
buy, sell and trade historic “breweriana,” or historic signs, cans,
lights and other ephemera from beer companies and breweries.