Named after Black entertainer Josephine Baker, the space is an unapologetic celebration of Black LGBTQ culture.
"The war on drugs hasn’t worked," says the Denison journalism professor about his new book, "This Is Ohio," which follows Ohioans working through poverty, heartache, prison, and bureaucracy.
The Queen City’s first music corridor at The Banks connects to a vast legacy of African-American musical artists.
His lead character in "Kill All Your Darlings" is a college writing professor who publishes a novel that connects to an unsolved murder. Is it a case of art imitating life?
St. Xavier grads Alex Murtha and Charlie Robson released their debut album, ”A Synonym For,” in May.
Edward Spencer, her son, shared a poem he’d written about her trailblazing life at last weekend’s dedication.
The television special Liberation Story delves into what true liberation means in a time where many are still not free from oppression.