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Napoleon Maddox Leads a One-Man French Revolution

Splitting time between France and Cincinnati, the musician/composer feels like ”the other” wherever he is—which he thinks is actually a blessing.

Ricky Skaggs Is Proud to Bring the Kentucky Thunder

The state’s bluegrass music legend talks about keeping the picking tradition alive, his early career record sessions in Cincinnati, and why the road goes on and on.

Jeremy Pinnell’s Music Is Barbed Wire Around a Heart of Gold

Northern Kentucky singer/songwriter Jeremy Pinnell talks about his new album, his deadpan public face, and making music during the pandemic.

The Holocaust and Humanity Center Keeps Local Survivors’ Stories Visible

During an invisible pandemic, we all need reminders of our humanity. Stories of Holocaust survivors like Zahava Rendler can help.

Five Cincinnati Corporations Recognized for Their Commitment to LBGTQ Rights

Procter & Gamble, Fifth Third Bancorp, Kroger, Macy’s, and Frost Brown Todd earned a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index, which rates companies on their commitment to LBGTQ equality and inclusion.

Dudley Taft Jr. Is Not Your Great-Great-Grandfather’s Taft

What if your teenage rock and roll fantasies came true? What if you flew around the world playing shows for adoring audiences, hung with music icons, lived in a bona fide mansion on the...

Cris Collinsworth Crunches The Numbers

You know Cris Collinsworth from his Bengals glory days and national TV profile, but Cincinnati might benefit more from his newest career—tech entrepreneur.

Bootsy Collins Is Still Rock and Roll Royalty

And whether you realize it or not, the legendarily outrageous, endlessly enthusiastic, sartorially sensational godfather of funk is unquestionably the Queen City’s musical ambassador.