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A new exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum takes a look at Frank Duveneck and aims to elevate him from local hero to his rightful place in the art world.
A Welshman’s fascination with a brand of soda led him and his bandmates to visit the Queen City and inspired an album.
As Cincinnati’s very first Hollywood star and an icon of the silent movie era, Theda Bara is finally making noise as she attracts a new generation of fans.
Rehabbing old buildings in Over-the-Rhine presents a number of hurdles, both design-wise and financially. Kurt Platte clears them with ease.
The Ludlow Garage opened 50 years ago this month and transformed Cincinnati's youth culture.
Don Poynter built a business on jokey (sometimes naughty, often weird) gift products. Now some of those are in the collections of Cincinnati Museum Center.
A local designer held the blonde bombshell in the palm of his hand.
Kenner Products, the Cincinnati company that introduced such enduring toys as the Star Wars figurines, Easy Bake Oven, the Bubbl-Matic Gun and Strawberry Shortcake dolls, is returning to the city it left in 2000. As a mural in ArtWorks’ Cincinnati Heritage series, that is.
Kenner Products hit lightspeed when it unveiled its original line of Star Wars action figures in the late ’70s, turning legions of fans into fanatics. Nearly four decades later, on the eve of yet another installment of the film franchise, that old force is still going strong.
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