Rebel Pilgrim makes movies. But don’t call them Christian filmmakers.
After 41 years of designing, fitting, and preserving costumes for the Cincinnati Ballet and the Cincinnati Opera, Diana Vandergriff-Adams deserves the title of Wardrobe Queen. Inside Cincinnati Ballet’s brewery-turned-wardrobe-department, she spends up to 70 hours a week spinning tulle into tutus.
Michael Bush, the man who created the iconic white glove, along with Jackson’s signature military jackets and other looks, details his 25-year career as Jackson’s costumer.
Join award-winning jazz performers such as Diane Schuur, Gregory Porter (pictured), and Kathy Wade for four nights of live music in Over-the-Rhine's Washington Park and Eden Park's Seasongood Pavilion. Get your fill with the $150 VIP 4-day pass, which includes a meet-and-greet with the artists themselves, or just spend a day enjoying the music, food, and outdoor experience with your $15 wristband.
Fluff your pin curls and trot on down to the Cincinnati Museum Center's 1940s Living History Weekend. As Union Terminal's undeniable heyday, the decade of the 1940s witnessed more than 200 trains arriving and departing daily. Visitors can enjoy the classic car show on the front driveway, listen to the boogie-woogie tunes of Andrews Sisters-inspired singers or jitterbug to the live big band, or try their hands at bingo with a classic 1940s set.
He rode in from Adams County with a six-string guitar and a 10-gallon hat and helped Syd Nathan’s upstart record company ride the charts to success. Then tragedy struck.
The Western & Southern Open tennis tournament held a media event yesterday to announce the 2013 player field, as well as some of the new attractions that will be featured this year at the Linder Family Tennis Center out in Mason.
Alfred Hitchcock's memorable adventure brings murder, intrigue, and multiple chase scenes to Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's stage.
Take the kids out to Coney Island this Sunday for trip back through baseball history.
Honk if you love the Holiday Auto Theatre.