Mark Patsfall is the Prince of Prints

Celebrating Mark Patsfall’s long run as a promoter of local artists and a producer of work by international art stars.

The Book Bus Stars in Her Own Picture Book

Melanie Moore celebrates the amazing story of Tilly the Book Bus with a book release party on March 2.

Your Guide to Bockfest 2024

Cincinnati’s annual celebration of beer, spring, and beer branches out to three different Bockfest Halls March 1-3.

Gimme Shelter at Playhouse in the Park

I was going to tell the story of a local masterpiece. Another one got in the way.

Screenwriter Nick Pinkerton Returns to Cincinnati to Screen His Buzzy Movie, “The Sweet East”

The Queen City native will be on hand to show his new film and take audience questions February 12 and 19 at the Woodward Theater.

The Montvales Feel “Very Lucky” to Call Cincinnati Home

Sally Buice and Molly Rochelson, best friends since childhood, release a new album they started in Tennessee and completed here.

February Features a Cherished Film Festival and New Art/Specialty Movies

Check out the Mayerson JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and lots of Oscar nominees.

Is This Enough Elvis Mitchell for You?

The film critic, writer, and interviewer screens his 2022 documentary film about “Blaxploitation” movies on February 2, followed by an audience discussion.

Claire Lefton’s Top 15 Movies of 2023

There were many great films released in 2023. Which ones were the best?

New Movies Heat Up January at the Art Houses

Here are your indie film highlights coming to town this month, from Oscar hopefuls to one-off event screenings.

Christina Vassallo Builds Support for the CAC

New Contemporary Arts Center Executive Director Christina Vassallo arrives to inject life and energy into the iconic Zaha Hadid–designed museum in time for the building’s 20th anniversary.

Bah Humbug! Andrew May In The New Revamped ‘A Christmas Carol’

The show features new costumes, lighting and technical design, and runs in the new Moe and Jack’s Place – Rouse Theatre through Dec. 30.