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.
Over the course of nearly a decade, gallery owner Lily Mulberry exhibited the artwork of dozens of artists at her 1305 Gallery on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine before she passed away this past April from complications of Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
In celebration of green grass, good food and the
Cincinnati community, the Grailville Retreat and Program Center is
hosting its second annual Local Fest — a day marked by the artwork, food
and music of the city’s inhabitants.
Every Sunday in May, park rangers have
led 90-minute guided walks through Mount Auburn’s National Historic
District to introduce visitors to the history and architectural variety
that make Mount Auburn one of Cincinnati’s core communities.