Bestselling author, business consultant, and public speaker Matthew Kelly has built a successful brand, but his real calling is bringing people back to the Catholic Church.
The Cincinnati-based media giant has embraced the news industry's new-age digital revolution by investing in old-school journalism. Will it work?
Back in the renovated Music Hall, Cincinnati Opera boasts an innovative yet classic summer lineup, with performances suitable for every taste.
Celebrate 15 years of fringe with hundreds of performances and events.
We've got one question: where are the women?
If you consider yourself a writer, or want to become one, opportunities in the Queen City abound.
University of Cincinnati alum (and former Cincinnati Magazine intern!) Terron Austin was recently back in town as part of Nedda Stella, the background vocalist group for R&B/soul powerhouse Erykah Badu’s headlining set at Cincinnati Funk Fest. He’s currently on tour with Badu in support of the 21st anniversary celebration of her Grammy Award–winning debut album Baduizm. We talked to Austin about his journey from the Queen City to the Big Apple, singing behind one of music’s most sublime talents.
Miami University, the self-styled “Public Ivy” just north of Cincinnati, may not seem the likeliest venue for one of the most ambitious efforts to restore and preserve the history of the tribe from which it derived its very name, but that’s exactly what’s happening.
The late Ruby Wright's cocktail dress is still a showstopper.
As director of the Mini Microcinema in Over-the-Rhine, C. Jacqueline Wood makes a habit of showcasing local movie premieres you can’t catch at the megaplex.