The Weston Art Gallery hosts an opening
reception for a group exhibition curated by Michael Solway, director of
the Carl Solway Gallery, featuring six American artists “exploring the
sensorial, geographical, historical and ephemeral dispersal of water
from rivers to oceans.”
Just as popular Pacific Northwest rockers
Pretty Girls Make Graves disbanded in the middle of the last decade, the
band’s bassist, Derek Fudesco, unveiled his new, folky project, The
Cave Singers, which would go on to prove just as successful as PGMG, if
not more so.
From medicine to aromatherapy or as a
fragrant ingredient in everything from cookies to tea, the Summer
Solstice Lavender Festival allows attendees to stroll through blooming
fields of lavender to pick a bundle and learn about its uses, as well as
purchase lavender-infused body and food products.
Kevin Hart, everyone’s favorite little
comedian and most likely literally the hardest working man in show
business (in the past two years he’s been in seven movies, including
Ride Along, The Wedding Ringer, Get Hard and on and on), brings his
“What Now?” stand-up tour to U.S. Bank Arena.
Musical provocateur Jon Spencer chose the
perfect handle for his new project when it was formed back in 1991 —
Blues Explosion — and it continues to accurately reflect the visceral
sound and fury emanating from his incendiary trio almost a quarter
Take a time machine into America’s favorite pastime with the Vintage Base Ball Tournament, in which players face off in the diamond as if it were 1869, the year baseball’s first professional team — the Cincinnati Reds — formed.
The bounty of the Mediterranean comes to St. Anthony of Padua Church in Walnut Hills. Mahrajan features all sorts of Mediterranean eats, from fresh kibbee and hummus to grape leaves, falafel and baklava.