'American Symphony' Documentary Captures Acclaimed Composer Jon Batiste Grappling With His Wife’s Cancer
A love story more than anything, American Symphony may prove most meaningful to those with ongoing illness in their lives.
NKU Students Set to Dig into Newport Barracks History
The site's roots date back to 1804, initially serving as an arsenal and recruiting ground, for the War of 1812.
Campaign Underway to Save Wyoming Fine Arts Center
The nonprofit needs $60,000 to keep its doors open through the new year.
Newport on the Levee's LEGO Cafe Opens This Weekend
The café’s concept combines dining, shopping and entertainment under one roof and will be a totally immersive space for both kids and adults to engage their imaginations and build with LEGOs.
Ohio Redistricting Advocates Eye Ballot After Disappointment in Court
"The process is the problem," said Jeniece Brock, policy and advocacy director for the Ohio Organizing Collaborative.
After Decades of Work, Ohio House Removes Spousal Exemption for Rape Charges
Rep. Bill Dean, R-Xenia, was the only house member to vote against the bill.
Salazar to Close Over-the-Rhine Restaurant to Move Into Bigger Space
The Salazars say they will be keeping the 1410 Republic St. location to turn it into something new.
Heritage Village Museum to Host Sensory-Friendly Christmas Event
"A Quiet Christmas" allows groups of up to eight people have private, half-hour sessions inside the museum's Christmas Cottage.
Worker Strike Looms at DHL-CVG, Management Walks on Bargaining Talks
Employees voted to join the Teamsters union in April, citing low pay and dangerous working conditions.
Cincinnati Recreation Commission to Host Annual Toy Drive Dec. 16
Toy donations for the drive can be dropped off at any CRC recreation center or City Hall until Friday, Dec. 8.
’50/50′ Child Custody Law Gets Big Changes in Statehouse Committee
Advocates for victims of domestic violence called the bill 'a hot mess.'
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted Subpoenaed in Civil Suit Over Bailout Scandal
Neither has been accused, but the administration was involved
Ghost Baby to Host One-Night-Only Musical About Infamous Cincinnati Bootlegger
The speakeasy will host two performances of George Remus: A New Musical to commemorate the repeal of Prohibition.
Sound Advice: Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real Bring Soulful Americana Rock to Cincinnati
As a writer and performer Lukas Nelson seems to work effortlessly in the vein of what came before and tastefully in touch with the legacy of his father, Willie Nelson, while building on the roots of American popular music.
Sound Advice: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Bring the Party to Madison Theater
They’re known to play two hundred shows a year, and this year they’re wrapping up with a stop in Covington with fellow jam band Houseplant, who hail from Louisville.
Sound Advice: Country Music Star Ashley McBryde to Perform in Cincinnati
Ashley McBryde performs at the Andrew J Brady Music Center on Dec. 2.
Ohio Native Erika Wennerstrom of the Heartless Bastards Returns Home to Perform at the Woodward Theater
Heartless Bastards, originally from Cincinnati before a move to Austin, Texas, in 2007, have put out a string of critically praised records.
Sound Advice: Action Bronson to Perform at Madison Theater in December
Somewhere between avant-garde and true to hip-hop’s roots, Action Bronson’s approach to the genre is just as innovative as it is fun.
John Waters’ Christmas Show Finds the Humor in the ‘Non-Binary Disaster’ of the Holiday Season
John Waters performs his show, “A John Waters Christmas,” at the Ludlow Garage on Dec. 14.
Made With Love: Cincinnati Chefs Share the Holiday Dishes They Love and How to Ace Your Holiday Feast
The biggest piece of advice from Cincinnati chefs to make your holiday meals a hit? Prep, prep, prep.
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