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In the Face of COVID-19, FotoFocus Shares the Wealth

Executive director Mary Ellen Goeke decided to cancel the 2020 biennial and donate $800,000 of operational funds to more than 100 local arts groups.

This Cincinnati Native Has Her Hands in All Your Current—and Future—Favorite Comedy Shows

West Chester native Mitra Jouhari on comedy writing, absurdity, and the benefits of being from the Midwest.

Actor Sam Straley Is Doing Alright

The Cincinnati native, Sam Straley, landed the role of Lawrence in ABC’s The Kids Are Alright—his first major network series.

Cincinnati’s Printmaking Legacy Is Found in These Posters

An exhibition of posters at the Taft Muesuem of Art reveals our glorious printing heyday.

CinciClassic Celebrates the Video Games of Your Childhood

Get your retro gamer on with this family-friendly event.

What Is It Like to Be Rosie Red? Amy Burgess Knows

Amy Burgess always expected to perform in front of crowds. (She majored in theater at Miami University, after all.) She just didn’t plan on doing it in a 25-pound suit at Great American Ball...

This Local Design Company Has Created Work for NBC’s The Office and Parks and...

Lightning Horse Industries started in 2015 as a small screen-printing lab in A.J. Yorio’s basement. Five years later, the design and video production company has taken over the rest of his house as well....

moonweather’s Second Album, Overgrown, Offers Ruminations on the Past and Present

In the lively single, “Until Later,” moonweather frontman Billy Hodge sings, “All I wanted was a little memory. . .” Ruminations on the past prove a pervasive theme for the indie folk group, whose...

This Murder Mystery Walking Tour and Dinner is Perfect for True Crime Fanatics

Washington Platform revives the city’s coldest case.

Four Luxury Airbnbs That You Can Rent For Your Staycation Weekend

Who says you have to go out of town to get away?