The Cincinnati Museum Center welcomed nearly 1.5 million visitors in 2015, making it the second-busiest in the center’s 25-year history.
St. Rita School for the Deaf decided to end the long-running tradition after a board review of the costs and staff resources needed to produce the summer event.
Six charities will benefit from the Liberty Center Foundation’s Change for Charities program.
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Phiona Mutesi, soon to be the subject of a Disney film, will be a guest at the 15th anniversary edition of the Queen City Classic Chess Tournament. At the opening night reception, she and her coach, Robert Katende, will receive the Shining Knight Award for their efforts to transform lives through chess.
Cincinnati Museum Center’s Board of Trustees elected Edward Diller, partner in charge at Taft Stettinius & Hollister, to succeed Francie Hiltz as chair.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that over the 147-year history of the Art Academy of Cincinnati, hundreds of students have found their other half while attending the Art Academy. Even one of the AAC’s most distinguished alumni, Charley Harper, met his wife, Edie, at the Art Academy, “in the same class, in the same row.”