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Local Indie Filmmaker Karen M. Davis Creates Her Own Lane

Focused on delivering authentic stories, the Storybook Entertainment Group creator also has her sights on inking a distribution deal.

John “The Dancing Trucker” Drury is a Super Spreader of Joy

When he’s not pushing big rigs, Hamilton’s viral sensation continues to use dance to uplift and inspire others.

Celebrate Black Music in Nashville

Nashville’s National Museum of African American Music shows the city embracing other musical roots.
Megan Bell

Entrepreneur Megan Bell Brings The Next Door Market Grocery Store to Florence

The Louisville native expands her family-owned mobile grocery store to a physical location in Northern Kentucky.

“In Her Voice” Celebrates the Collective Impact of Black Women

Queens Village partners with Underworld Jazz Festival to bring Black women’s voices center stage.
July 2021

New Black Music Walk Of Fame to Spotlight Local Legends

The Queen City’s first music corridor at The Banks connects to a vast legacy of African American musical artists.
JUNE 2021

Cincinnati’s Black Music Influences Are Boundless

Before Black Music Month ends, celebrate these Queen City-related sounds and musicians loudly and proudly.
June 2021

MORTAR Partners with P&G and Kroger to Give Business Owners A Boost

MORTAR Cincinnati partners with P&G and Kroger to expand its Entrepreneurship Academy to business-to-business entrepreneurs.
JUNE 2021

Band in a Bus Makes Music Hands On

Summer programming at Nick Rose-Stamey’s nonprofit Band in a Bus is a way for kids to let off some “STEAM.”
Sons of Silverton

Hip Hop Group Sons of Silverton Releases New Music

The veteran rappers want the world to know where they come from on their second album, God God Us.