Author: Thom Mariner

‘The next normal’

When we heard the news about all bars and restaurants shuttering, we suddenly realized that, no matter how many copies we might print, we simply would not have anywhere to deliver them.

What to Do/Hear/See | Jan. 22-28

If there was any collective post-holiday pause among the area’s arts and culture groups, we didn’t notice it, and there’s certainly no sign of it now. With the usual more-than-you-have-time-for agenda of events on tap for the week, let us help you with some select happenings that are sure to please.

What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 18-24

Things are beginning to wind down as we approach the big holiday week ahead, bookended by Christmas and New Year’s. But there are still several key musical events on the horizon, and numerous ongoing cultural and theatrical opportunities to impress your out-of-town guests. Below is a digest for easy consumption…

Largest ever gift lifts Ballet into its future home

Cincinnati Ballet unveiled design plans for the Cincinnati Ballet Margaret and Michael Valentine Center for Dance, scheduled to open in summer 2021. The new center will be built on vacant land purchased by Cincinnati Ballet at 1801 Gilbert Ave., just south of the Baldwin Apartments, near the entrance to Eden Park.

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 6-12

This week is another monster, with a widely diverse array of choices ahead.
Get yourself out and experience all this city has to offer. And take a friend, someone new to experience whatever you’d like to share. Who knows? You might make a convert.

National Philanthropy Day Cincinnati 2019

Fundraising professionals celebrate those who make the world better The Association of Fundraising Professionals hosts National Philanthropy Day each November to promote philanthropy and recognize individuals, organizations and businesses inspiring change through their significant impact on nonprofit organizations.  Honorees will…