Tag Archives: Women’s history month

#Tunesday: Friday @annacrusischoir @philamuseum

This Final Friday at the Philadelphia Art Museum, Feminist Women’s Choir, Anna Crusis will perform. Founded by longtime Cincinnati resident, and founder of MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir, Dr. Catherine Roma, the choir raises its voice for peace and justice. Concert … Continue reading

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#FBF: Cincinnatian Eliza Lovell Tibbets & her Orange Utopia

California’s citrus industry owes a huge debt to the introduction of the navel orange tree—in fact, to two trees in particular, the parent trees of the vast groves of navel oranges that exist in California today. Those trees were planted … Continue reading

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Looking for Divine Wisdom? #ThursdayTheology “Creatress”

Check out this article from Birrell Walsh, Ph.D., entitled “Creatress.” In it you will find mention and significance of Swedenborg’s singular reference to God as Creatress, as referenced by George Dole, and Walsh’s exploration of references to the Divine Feminine.   … Continue reading

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#Tunesday Women’s History Month Concert this wknd! @CinciMuseChoir

Saturday, March 10 4 and 7 pm  Tickets $15 Hear a combination of MUSE classics like “On Children” and “Sisters You Keep Me Fighting” along with a sampling of pieces that will be performed at the 35th Annual Spring Concert … Continue reading

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