When Ruth Abram speaks Friday at the Mercantile Library about how she founded New York’s successful Lower East Side Tenement Museum, many in attendance will be wondering if they can do here what she did there.
Wildhoney is a new Rock band out of
Baltimore that is out to cut through the pollen-jelly-saturated world of
music. The group has its roots in Punk but lately has veered toward
more atmospheric, hook-laden fare.
Encountering a show title that uses the
word “kinky,” you might think that the so-named play could push the
boundaries of taste. That’s certainly not the case with Kinky Boots,
despite the images the title suggests.
The latest installation in Louis Langrée's and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s two-year Brahms Fest, Songs for Clara,features
compositions of warmth and romance from both Robert Schumann and
During a time when issues of race and
social justice are at the forefront of our lives, yet many feel at a
loss for viable public spaces to conduct any real discourse, Chase
Public has been programming inclusive events to foster these important
“Years ago, I worked at Kmart before the
powerhouse and juggernaut that is Walmart came and knocked everyone out
of the box,” says comedian, actor and former Saturday Night Live
cast member Dean Edwards.