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Behringer-Crawford Museum Summer Concerts

by The Cincinnati Team

Behringer-Crawford Museum Summer Music Concerts - Thursdays   

The Behringer-Crawford Museum in Devou Park and the Northern Kentucky Music Legends Committee present an exhibit of music Legends at the museum, along with concerts honoring some of the performers and artists from the area.  Join them on Thursdays for a chance to celebrate with the following groups:

  • July 11 -  Tulu Redux - Back in the day, these guys would have been playing at Skinny Bobby Harper's Club, TULU.  Now these bands, Strange Brew and New Lime are playing at BCM.
  • July 18 - Bourbon 'n Blues and The Bluebirds are back together again along with reinforcements.
  • July 25 - Let the Good Times Roll with beads, rub boards, concertinas and the bayou energy of Robin Lacy and DeZydeco.
  • August 1 - Cruisin' to the drive-in, around the burger stand or down the road.  The top is down and The Avenues are better than ever.

Doors open at 6 pm with a cash bar and food provided by Reality Tuesday Cafe plus youth and community organizations. Performances start at 7 pm.  Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children 3-17.

Cincinnati Museum Center's Free Friday - July 12

by The Cincinnati Team

Free Friday at Cincinnati Museum Center  - July 12                                

Cincinnati Museum CenterMark your Calendar for Friday, July 12th.  Plan a free evening at the Cincinnati Museum Center.  The Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science and the Cincinnati History Museum will all be open to the public from 4-8 pm for FREE.

Fortunately good Cincinnati sponsors have stepped up to the plate and made this possible.  Sponsors are  Rosemary and Frank Bloom and Paycor, with additional support from Catholic Health Partners, Chem Corporation and Digital Media Group.

There is a $6 fee to park.  Tickets to the Omnimax theater and the Ultimate Dinosaur exhibit are not included.  Still, it is a bargain that your kids will love!

Summer Camps to Explore at the Carnegie Center

by The Cincinnati Team

​​Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum Summer Camps  

The Carnegie Center, located in Columbia Tusculum, is one of the many donated over the years by Andrew Carnegie. It was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Samuel Hannaford. The Beaux Arts building has large, arched windows, 22-foot ceilings, patterned wood floors and is flooded with light. It was a public library until 1959 and is now directed by the Columbia Tusculum Neighborhood Association.

Partly due to a donation from Artsworks, they are bringing many activities and summer camps to the area this summer.  There is something for almost any interest.  Consider summer chess, salsa, island, or hip hop dancing, Hindu arts and movement, or Nigerian Drumming.  The Art Academy is teaching classes in Narrative Painting, Comic Drawing, and Figure drawing.  Next year the Playhouse in the Park will also be bringing two of their Off the Hill productions (January 19 and May 18th)

To find out more about the activities that will set the building to humming this year, see their website.


Family Activities in Cincinnati's Smale Park

by The Cincinnati Team

Family fun at Smale Park                                                                    

The Cincinnati Park Board is excited to announce a full line-up of Family Summer Fun at Smale Riverfront Park!  They are offering family friendly movies, music and theater.  Kick off the summer with musical entertainment, movies and theater. Bring your family, blankets and smiles for some extraordinary nights at Smale Riverfront Park this summer!​Smale Riverfron Park
May 16 - Bach & Boombox (Concert Cellist performing an interactive program) 5:30pm–6:30pm


May17 - "Wreck It Ralph" plus Cincinnati Circus performers at 7pm9pm,  Movie at 9pm

May18 - Cincinnati Children’s Theater performs Rumplestilskin with special guests Bullooney Puppet Works, Cincinnati Circus and Explore Nature!  4pm–7pm

May23 - Bach & Boombox  (Concert Cellist performing an interactive program)  5:30pm–6:30pm

May30 - Bach & Boombox  (Concert Cellist performing an interactive program)  5:30pm–6:30pm

May31 - "Brave" plus Cincinnati Circus performers at 7pm–9pm,  Movie at 9pm

​Smale Riverfront Park is described as a park for the generations.  The activities benefit the entire community with recreational, entertainment and leisure resources.  The fountains, walkways, gardens, event lawns, playgrounds, and restaurants all add to the economic vitality of the region.

When completed, the park will extend from east at Great American Ball Park to west as far as Paul Brown Stadium - flanking the city's landmark Roebling Suspension Bridge.

Shipwrecked, The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont

by The Cincinnati Team

Shipwrecked at Cincinnati Playhouse in the ParkShipwrecked at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

Coming next to the Thompson Shelterhouse Theatre is the season-finale production of Shipwrecked! An Entertainment: The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (As Told by Himself). The rollicking, family-friendly adventure, inspired by a true story, brings to life the fantastic and amazing story of Louis de Rougemont, a would-be explorer who embarks from Victorian England only to find himself marooned on a remote desert island.

This show has it all...typhoons, killer octopus', flying wombats, and cannibals. Louis and his faithful dog, Bruno have quite an adventure.  The show is recommended for age 8 and up. 

Shipwrecked! An Entertainment runs May 18 through June 16.  For tickets, check here.

Cincinnati Ranks High for Reading by Amazon

by The Cincinnati Team

Amazon ranks "Cities Buying the Most Books, Newspapers and Magazines per Capita"Cincinnati in list

Cincinnati ranked 8th on Amazon's recent ranking of "Cities Buying the Most Books, Newspapers and Magazines per Capita." recently released its statistics on cities with populations of 100,000 and more.

Statistics ranked Alexandria and Knoxville ranked numbers 1 and 2. Following them were  Miami, Cambridge, Orlando, Ann Arbor, and Berkeley.


Cincinnati Playhouse Interns Perform

by The Cincinnati Team

Go, Dog. Go! Produced by Cincinnati Playhouse Interns          Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park - Off the Hill

The Cincinnati Playhouse's Off the Hill gang brings to life the classic children's book, Go, Dog. Go! by P.D. Eastman. The play will be at community centers and schools throughout the Cincinnati area, from West Chester to Columbia Tusculum. Performances go through May 19.

Eastsiders may want to visit the performances at Kilgour Elementary School, May 9th at 6:30 pm and Anderson Center at 11am or Carnegie Center in Columbia Tusculum at 5:30 pm, both on May 18th. Hope to see you there!

Playhouse Produces "Double Indemnity"

by The Cincinnati Team

Mysterious, Sultry and Treacherous...Double Indemnity at the Playhouse

Next up at the Playhouse is a spell-binding adaptation of the book, Double Indemnity The play is in the style called "film noir," so it is not normally seen on the stage.  Extensive work was done to engender the style with lighting, costuming and stage design.  

The play has all the trappings needed for a tale of murder... a beguiling seductress and a morally bankrupt insurance agent.  Will greed and lust in out? Can they create the perfect crime? Will the unsuspecting husband survive?  Can their relationship continue?  Running through May 18th, check in here for tickets.


Buzz Feed's "30 Best Places to Be, If you Love Books"

by The Cincinnati Team

​​The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Named to list of "30 Best Places to Be, if You Love Books"

Buzz Feed has named the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County to its list of 30 Best Places to Be, if You Love Books.  Those chosen range from a library built in an abandoned Walmart to the Libreris Acqua Alta in Venice to home libraries to cozy reading nooks to the Beinicke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale.  The picture used of our library was from the library that used to be at 629 Vine Street (formerly a theater) Amongst the diverse offerings, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County ranked #28, ahead of the Library of Congress.

Cincinnati Ranked High on Literacy Index

by The Cincinnati Team


Cincinnati Ranked in Top 25 Literate Cities in the Nation       

The annual study conducted by Central Connecticut State University of literacy ranked Cincinnati at number 12.  The survey looks at library resources, internet resources, the number of bookstores, periodical publishing resources, newspaper circulation and education levels..

Interestingly, the study has now expanded the definition of reading to include online book orders, e-book readers and page views on local newspaper websites.

The study's aim is to shift attention from school test scores on reading "to how much people are reading and where they're reading the most."  Of the 75 cities ranked, Washington DC came in first for the third year in a row.  Following behind them is Seattle, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Denver.

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