Horace Sudduth, a Black Cincinnati businessman born in 1888, provided lodging and food for Black travelers during segregation at the Manse Hotel & Annex he owned in Walnut Hills.
May Festival: For 150 years, a musical free-for-all
Before any of Cincinnati’s other major arts organizations came into existence, the May Festival was already there.
Post office releasing museum stamp
The U.S. Postal Service will have a national unveiling of its new railroad stations stamps March 9 at the iconic art deco Union Terminal train station, which is featured on one of the stamps.
Portman, UC create policy center
The University of Cincinnati and former U.S. Sen. Rob Portman have created the Portman Center for Policy Solutions to encourage results-oriented public service.
Holocaust museum free through Jan. 2
In an effort to address the recent surge in antisemitism, the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center will waive museum ticket costs for the remainder of the year.
Rockdale close on $1 million fund
The oldest continuous Jewish congregation west of the Allegheny Mountains is close to achieving a $1 million fundraising campaign it launched a little more than a year ago.
Five prominent leaders named chairs
Five nonprofits make appointments to their top board leadership roles.
Fountain Square hosts 150th party for Tyler Davdison Fountain
The City of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC) welcome Cincinnatians of all ages to join in celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the famous Tyler Davidson Fountain’s dedication at a commemorative event at Fountain Square on Wednesday, Oct. 6.
New book highlights city’s ‘Gathering Places’ in word and art
During the COVID pandemic, individuals and civilizations throughout the world suffered the loss of family, fellowship, and the sense of belonging that accompanies regular interaction with other people. Now, amid the re-openings of 2021, this tribute to communal gathering places is intended to reawaken the pride and pleasure taken in some favorites in Southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
Timeline of Jewish history in Cincinnati
This timeline was compiled with the cooperation of the American Jewish Archives and Hebrew Union College. It reflects the amazing contributions of the Jewish people to Cincinnati since 1821.