Top 5 Art Exhibitions To See This Week

From ancient Chinese artifacts to Confederate imagery to Mid-century minimalism: There's a wide world of art on display this week.

This Long-Running Festival Means Big Money For Cincinnati

What event has a greater economic impact on the city than the Flying Pig Marathon and Western & Southern Open combined? That would be the Cincinnati Music Festival.

Seven Bands to Look Out For at Northside Music Festival

From a 90s-style girl group to an indie rock quartet, Northside has you covered for local music.

Five of Our Favorite Bookstore–Coffee Shop Combos

On those mercifully unscheduled summer days, bookstores offer a refuge to get lost in–and as fate would have it, these picks all have coffee shops blissfully close.

This Dayton Native is Keeping the Art of Sign Painting Alive

Meet the owner and sole employee of Ink & Hammer.

The Lowdown on Cincinnati Opera’s U.S. Debut of Another Brick in the Wall

Born out of a passion for Pink Floyd’s album The Wall, Pierre Dufour convinced former band frontman Roger Waters to allow the company to turn the 1979 concept album into an actual opera.

Matthew Kelly is on a Mission to Bring People Back to the Catholic Church

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.

Meet the New Scripps

The Cincinnati-based media giant has embraced the news industry's new-age digital revolution by investing in old-school journalism. Will it work?

Cincinnati Opera’s Killer Summer Lineup

Back in the renovated Music Hall, Cincinnati Opera boasts an innovative yet classic summer lineup, with performances suitable for every taste.