Category: Arts/Culture News

MUSIC HALL: Reclaiming beauty from the inside out

Cincinnati Music Hall revitalization. Photo by Matthew Zory.

The reconfiguration and revitalization of Music Hall is among the most important arts and culture events in our city’s history and its undertaking has been enormous and complex, involving hundreds of people working from myriad perspectives. We have captured eight stories from the front lines…

What to do/hear/see | Aug. 23-29

It may be the dog days of summer, but the week ahead goes to the kitties, well, at least for a few hours on Sunday! (See post about Ohio Alleycat Resource.) Some cool stuff ahead, to match the cool(er) weather. Slip into something more comfortable…

“Korea: The Forgotten War” tells the soldiers’ stories

Ed Kleir

Ken Harper was sitting in economics classic at the University of Kentucky Community College just after Christmas vacation in 1951 when a classmate walked in and said, “I got my draft papers.” When class ended, Harper walked down the street and joined the Air Force. When he arrived home that afternoon, his own draft papers were in the mailbox…

What to do/hear/see | Aug. 2-8

The fun thing about Cincinnati’s so-called off season is that surprises emerge around the fringes of mainstream. This is one of those weeks, so take advantage and explore something new. This is the new Cincinnati, and I like it! Enjoy!