Means Cameron is a force: owner of the BlackOwned brand, designer, hip-hop artist...and now, coffee shop owner.
The Museum of Natural History & Science will unveil its long-awaited Dinosaur Hall, featuring a rich collection of fossils from giant marquee dinosaurs like Galeamopus to the minuscule plants, clams, and lizard-like animals that were also important to the era.
The Cincinnati Arts and Technology Studios helps high school students graduate. They’re also planting the seeds for life-long success. But will those seeds take root?
Winterlights is the grand outdoor light show at Newfields, the new name for the Indianapolis Museum of Art and its 152-acre campus of gardens, outdoor sculpture, and nature.
Two events feature local writers and artists who have collaborated on their children's books.
FotoFocus 2018 brings world-class photography to the Queen City. Visit these evocative exhibits before they're gone.
Christian Colberg joined the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in 2010 as Principal Violist, and is the first member in at least a couple of decades, perhaps ever, to play a concerto that he composed.
On Desperate Ground, the latest book from award-winning author Hampton Sides, shares a lot with his previous nonfiction hits. But one thing makes this book extra special, particularly for Cincinnati readers—a character (and Evendale resident) named Lee Bae-Suk.
FotoFocus offers seemingly endless exhibits. These three curated venues are a good place to start.
The Biennial explores lens-based art at dozens of venues across the region.