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Rico Grant Launches Cultural Barbershop and Art Gallery

As an intentionally inclusive space, Gallery at Gumbo in Over-the-Rhine is a hub for community building and artist empowerment.

This Paktli Foods Snack Will Bring You Joy

Seena Chriti’s Paktli Foods delivers an updated version of alegerias, a street snack from her childhood in Mexico.

Billions of Cicadas Are About To Break Ground

Brood X, a generation of 17-year cicadas that have been feeding and growing underground for years, are about to emerge in the billions.

Bellevue’s Ampersand Home (& Gallery) Sells Locally Made Art, Gifts, Home Goods, And Antiques

Matthew Littekin and Betsy Jones make sure Ampersand Home (& Gallery) has a little something for everyone in this handsomely curated shop.

Kampuchea Kitchen Brings Cambodian Food to the Bluegrass

Thearvy Long’s Kampuchea Kitchen delivers authentic Cambodian flavors in Northern Kentucky—Ft. Thomas, to be exact.

Ensemble Theatre Streams Plays Online, Including a New Commission

Young playwright Isaiah Reaves’s new show based on his grandmother’s experiences as a 1960s Freedom Rider will stream on ETC’s website April 19 to May 2, 2021.

Spring Has Sprung, and So Have Cincinnati’s Cherry Blossoms

These five outdoor locales in and around Cincinnati offer prime viewing for the spring cherry blossom season.

Music Hall’s Mighty Wurlitzer Is Bringing a Silent Film Concert to Your Family Room

Friends of Music Hall will stream “Girl Shy” and the accompanying original score from April 9 through April 25.

How Much Has Cincinnati Changed in 20 Years?

The police killing of Timothy Thomas in April 2001 made us take a hard look at our city’s treatment of Black men. But has anything changed?