The arts mean business

Syd Nathan’s King Records in the 1950s-60s and the current work of MYCincinnati in Price Hill both represent what great things can happen in neighborhoods when you give musicians room to experiment and collaborate, and that it can be good business, as well. Find out how…

Cathedral to dedicate bicentennial artwork

Artist’s rendering of the “Murmuration” sculpture

A sculpture created for Christ Church Cathedral’s 200th anniversary will be dedicated at a concert by Collegium Cincinnati. “Murmuration,” a site-specific sculpture by Anne Patterson, depicts the eponymous phenomenon whereby birds in massive flocks fly in an ever-changing formation, much like a living sculpture.

Zoo bursts with blooms, events in spring

More than 10,000 varieties of tulips bloom at the zoo in April.

In spring, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden comes alive with special events as well as blooms and babies. April belongs to the blooms. With one of the largest displays in the Midwest, more than 10,000 varieties of tulips are accompanied by a million daffodils, hyacinths, flowering trees and shrubs.