Barbara and David Day’s City of Love
The Queen City Balladeers and Leo Coffeehouse celebrate 50 years.
Clifton Performance Theatre severs your expectations.
By expanding the season for Studio 89, WNKU is doubling down on an old concept: radio you actually want to listen to.
The band playing at Bogart’s on October 25 is not the Afghan Whigs.
In June, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Producing Artistic Director Ed Stern will retire, leaving the theater where he has spent the last 20 years of his career to Blake Robison, who comes to PIP from Round House Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland.
Despite singing for his living, Daniel Martin Moore is hopelessly soft spoken.
Mark Landis is perhaps the most prolific art forger in American history, and his work is now on display in Cincinnati thanks to the detective work of one man.
On the eve of his 56th children’s book, the Terrace Park author and illustrator draws us a picture of kids’ most important muscle—their imagination—with his magic pencil.
The CSO has finally found someone feisty enough and fun and talented enough to fill the shoes of the late, great Eric Kunzel. A chat with the new owner of the red dinner jacket on the eve of his debut as permanent maestro of the Cincinnati Pops.