“This Time Tomorrow” is a four-day festival featuring more than two dozen presentations by 11 artists. “My hope is that this is something that will feed the cultural ecology of the city,” said founder Drew Klein of the CAC.
Refresh Your Soul keynote speaker Kathryn Spink sat down with the event organizers from Episcopal Retirement Services and answered a few questions.
His charge is a sprawling one: to revitalize and broaden the reach of the College-Conservatory of Music, to integrate it more deeply with the community and with the rest of the University of Cincinnati. In short, new dean Stanley Romanstein
has been asked to bring CCM into the 21st century, by any means necessary.
Patti Collins is between business calls and picking up her grandson at preschool. She is dressed in red boots and a pink hat. The wife of “bring on the funk” musician Bootsy Collins, she is quick to laugh and quick to get to the point: “I am married to a legend, but I’m just Patti: a little country girl from New Richmond.”
Each year, the Association of Fundraising Professionals presents awards to several individuals or organizations at its National Philanthropy Day Luncheon… Finn McCarthy and his family know the impact of a cancer diagnosis firsthand: McCarthy’s father was diagnosed with the disease when Finn was very young. Now 12 years old, Finn serves as a junior ambassador of Cancer Support Community.