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Local Photographer Documents Models’ Feelings on COVID-19 With Wearable Art Project

For her latest burst of creativity, Tina Gutierrez photographed subjects dressed in outfits that represent how they feel about the coronavirus.

Super Heroines, Etc., Creates a More Inclusive Role-Playing Community

Changing the landscape around role-playing games, this organization trains and supports women and gender nonconforming people to run their own games.

UC Alum Hits the Right Note with Erykah Badu Tour

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.

Locally Produced MeSseD Dives Beneath the Sewer Grates

The series follows the life and times of Filipino sewer worker Lilliput and her coworkers as they use science to battle whatever’s waiting for them in the darkness.

A Costuming King Lives Among Us

Michael Wong's incredible character creations.

Cincinnati Comicon vs. Cincinnati Comic Expo

Is this town big enough to host two comics conventions in the same month? We think so, but you decide.

Style Counsel: Aloysius Fox


Occupation: Events Manager, Pandora Society
His Style: Steampunk Dandy

Style Counsel: Sonya Moore

Forest Park native Sonya Moore is on a mission to help African-American women in Greater Cincinnati unleash their fierce, chemically-unaltered hair goddesses within.

I, Ghosthunter

Things that go bump in the night? That’s just the reporter’s heart thumping in her chest. On a stakeout with the geeked-out members of CAPER—Cincinnati Area Paranormal Existence Research—Aiesha D. Little finds out if she’s got what it takes to see dead people.
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