Author: Thom Mariner

Who should fund the arts?

…an investment in our emotional and intellectual infrastructure, every bit as important for our mutual well-being as a road or a bridge or the school buildings in which the arts should be taught. Check out Co-publisher Thom Mariner’s take on funding for the arts.

Farewell, Trey Devey, and thank you!

Trey Devey

Later this month, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra president and CEO Trey Devey will leave his post to head the Interlochen Center for the Arts in northern Michigan. He leaves the organization economically and artistically stronger than at any time in recent memory. What more could one ask?

What to do, hear, see | April 5-11

“Kismet” by Eric Standley

Spring fever must be in full flower this weekend, as two shows are already sold out: Richard Thompson at Memorial Hall and the KSO’s live accompaniment of “Amadeus.” Better make your plans fast. Here’s our somewhat-shortlist…

PNC sees ‘the whole’ when investing in community

PNC’s Dale Kozma and Kay Geiger

Fountain Square, Washington Park, PNC Playground at The Banks, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Uptown, Vernon Manor, Cincinnati Symphony… The list of PNC’s involvement goes on and on. Get to know the driving forces and their inspiration in this interview with PNC’s Kay Geiger and Dale Kozma.