Our calendar is already choc-a-block with ongoing exhibits and plays, but here comes another crop for the final week of February. How will you ever decide?
Small but mighty. That’s an apt description for the Mini Microcinema, the only movie theater operating in Cincinnati’s urban core. It’s the brainchild of filmmaker Jacqueline Wood, who brimming with energy and invention, aims to show experimental film, video and media, highlighting work by artists and filmmakers outside the mainstream.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $3.8 million to Strategies to End Homelessness and Lighthouse Youth Services to support efforts to end youth homelessness by 2020.
The Scripps Howard Foundation, which is based in Cincinnati, distributed $800,000 in community grants in Greater Cincinnati, with most going to nonprofits battling heroin addiction and improving the lives of people in poverty.