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On September 4, singer/songwriter Audley debuts his sophomore album, ROY. He talks about his musical journey and increased productivity during the pandemic.
Brittney Braemer and Suzy Hinnefeld announced plans to open second locations for their Covington boutiques Handzy Shop + Studio and Gumdrop in downtown Cincinnati.
During 60-minute reading sessions, former UC track star and gold medalist Mary Wineberg shares stories of perseverance with listeners around the world.
For her latest burst of creativity, Tina Gutierrez photographed subjects dressed in outfits that represent how they feel about the coronavirus.
Changing the landscape around role-playing games, this organization trains and supports women and gender nonconforming people to run their own games.
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.
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.