Broadway musical Come From Away lands at the Aronoff Center for the Arts this month, and a Newtown man who was there reflects on the true story of kindness after 9/11.
NKU student Mo Herbe brings her abstract—and admittedly odd—art to the City Flea. And with it, a message of staying true to you.
In a city that's ready for its close-up, you can find a number of places where you can step into the footsteps of the stars.
With more than 67,000 objects in its collection, the Cincinnati Art Museum can be an overwhelming place. Start by exploring these five galleries.
“Blind Injustice” uses opera to share the stories of the wrongfully imprisoned.
This summer, the Cincinnati Art Museum is featuring a new exhibit that celebrates one very specific item’s impact on the rest of the world: the kimono.
An exhibition of posters at the Taft Muesuem of Art reveals our glorious printing heyday.
Equal parts art and craft, Kate Schmidt's work highlights Cincinnati's neighborhoods.
Proceeds from the band’s June 9 show will benefit Play It Forward, a nonprofit organization that supports local musicians, especially in times of extreme need.
Her photos were published in Vogue Italia before she even graduated from high school. In college, she plans on taking things to the next level.