One of Cincinnati’s most beloved traditions is set to return for another year of holiday magic: The Shillito’s Elves.
Faith leaders mark decade of dialogue
Local Jews and Christians have marked 10 years of getting together.
Library branch pilots new ‘check out’
Libraries have been traditionally about books. Now a Cincinnati library branch is piloting a program to let its patrons “check out” a human.
MUST-SEE VISUAL ART: fall 2022
The new arts season is always highly anticipated by culture lovers. This is the year for FotoFocus, a biennial extravaganza exploding onto our visual arts scene in Cincinnati and the region. Its programs dominate many exhibition venues from here to our state capital.
Two local Jewish organizations recognized nationally
ish and the Jewish Fertility Foundation have been recognized by the Slingshot Fund as one of “10 to Watch,” a list of 10 relatively new Jewish nonprofits responding to the current concerns of American Jews in original ways.
CMC, NURFC re-accredited
Cincinnati Museum Center and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center have achieved re-accreditation.
Jewish event author speaks on polarization
Author Peter Coleman will speak on the state of American democracy and the crisis of extremism and polarization on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Mercantile Library.
Film group names new board officers
Film Cincinnati has named its new board officers.
Cincinnati captures attention during Black History Month
Cincinnati gained significant attention for its Black culture during the month of February.
A few of their favorite things …
The year 2021 has been one of mixed blessings – greater freedoms and safety tempered by fits and starts and continued uncertainty. Still, there were things to relish and things to be grateful for, and we asked some of those featured recently in M&M to share their “favorite things” about Our Fair City from the past year.