Tag: Krohn Conservatory

What to Do/Hear/See | March 20-26

We’re in the middle of a stretch in these parts when folks get a glaze of sports over their eyes. So do the arts just ride the bench for a week? Are you crazy? Just look at the March madness our local groups have in store for you.

What to Do/Hear/See | March 6-12

It’s a week for smiles, because this weekend includes my favorite day of the year – the return of daylight saving time. How best to celebrate this glorious annual event? By heading out, of course, perhaps to one of these events.

What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 12-18

Well, we’re in the thick of it now: the weeks when the world will force you into holiday cheer through the sheer volume of seasonal programming. If last week’s bounty didn’t quite do it, this week should bring you to critical mass.

What to Do/See/Hear | Aug. 15-21

Don’t be fooled just because most of the Queen City’s school districts are starting their year this week. It’s still summer for another month. There’ll be plenty of balmy weather beckoning you to partake of some of the many activities on tap for you this week.

Western & Southern – Investing in a stronger Cincinnati

Ed Babbitt, secretary/treasurer, Western & Southern Financial Fund, with Kim Chiodi, senior vice president, public relations and corporate communications, Western & Southern Financial Group

Page through almost any issue of Movers & Makers, and you’ll encounter the Western & Southern Financial Group brand, its family of companies, its foundation or their associates. Through annual contributions of approximately $10 million in each of the past five years, W&S is powerfully invested and involved in the region’s nonprofit community – as sponsors, donors, honorees, board members, event chairs and volunteers. 

What to Do/See/Hear | March 7-13

It might prove a little more difficult to focus in coming weeks. The daffodils already are opening, and daylight saving time will give us an extra hour of evening light. Best to make sure you’ve seen the region’s most important arts events before spring fever seizes you. Here’s a manageably short list.