The 24th A Taste of Duveneck, the Cincinnati Art Museum’s food and wine event named after Covington-born painter Frank Duveneck, will benefit the upcoming special exhibition Cincinnati Silver: 1788-1940.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company wraps up its 20th season with this sparkling story of a divorced couple who have remarried and headed out on their respective honeymoons only to find themselves in adjacent suites.
Join Holtman’s Donuts, Servatii Pastry Shop, Busken Bakery and 14 other area sweet shops for an afternoon of games (donut-stacking competitions and donut-sliding races), music and free coffee and donuts for all.
In early celebration of Father’s Day (which is June 15), photographer Molly Donnermeyer — one of the creators of Live(In) Gallery and a former member of U-Turn — has co-curated a site-specific selection of photographic work by her father, Harry Donnermeyer.
Sunny Florida has somehow inspired the formation of a slew of top-name Death Metal bands over the past quarter century. The equally idyllic San Diego, Calif., has also produced its share of doom-and-gloom, heavy-as-hell rockers, including Death Metal champs Carnifex.
Opera in the Park is starting its season with a free outdoor concert in Washington Park that will feature operatic selections from its upcoming season performed by the stars of those soon-to-be-staged shows.
Kimberly A. Hamlin’s new book, From Eve to Evolution: Darwin, Science, and Women’s Rights in Gilded Age America chronicles the works of several Darwinian writers who sought to prove that woman are not inferior to men.