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This Local Artist Has an Impressive Social Media Following, and Rightfully So

Leigh Ellexson’s artistic career has been anything but conventional, and that’s why she loves it. With almost 90,000 Instagram followers and more than 100,000...

This Local Design Company Has Created Work for NBC’s The Office and Parks and Rec

Lightning Horse Industries started in 2015 as a small screen-printing lab in A.J. Yorio’s basement. Five years later, the design and video production company...

Adrian Belew Releases His First Solo Album in 10 Years

Adrian Belew’s long and winding career as an innovative guitar visionary enters yet another new phase with the pending release of Pop-Sided, the Covington...

Everyone Is Welcome to Practice Art at Oakley’s Visionarium

Burger King, Wonder Muffin, and Pop Pop Radical Forever Learning Castle were among the business name proposals for the part retail–part arts education space...

A New Book Reveals Greater Cincinnati’s Hidden Gems

Cincinnati has no shortage of notable sites. There’s the iconic Fountain Square, Cincinnati Museum Center, and Eden Park. But there’s also a wealth of...

The Contemporary Arts Center Bids Adieu to Head Curator Steven Matijcio

Steven Matijcio has called the Contemporary Arts Center home for the past five years. Next month, the museum’s head curator will experience a change...

moonweather’s Second Album, Overgrown, Offers Ruminations on the Past and Present

In the lively single, “Until Later,” moonweather frontman Billy Hodge sings, “All I wanted was a little memory. . .” Ruminations on the past...

The Freedom Center’s Leader Reflects Back on His First Year at the Helm

With past leadership roles at the National Blues Museum in St. Louis and the BB King Museum in Mississippi, plus 21 years in the...

Cincinnati Rock Band Throneberry Reunites for Sangria’s 25th Anniversary

If the holy trinity of early ’90s Seattle indie rock was Soundgarden, Mudhoney, and Nirvana, Cincinnati’s equivalent was Afghan Whigs, Ass Ponys, and Throneberry....

Terence Hammonds Is Cincinnati’s Printmaker to the Stars

At first, they thought it was a scam. A famous movie star wanted to buy ceramics from a Cincinnati artist through the Weston Art...

First Watch Celebrates 35 Years with a Cookbook

Chickichanga fans rejoice! The breakfast burrito–adjacent First Watch favorite is just one of the 75 dishes featured in the inaugural cookbook from the breakfast,...

Ready Yourself for Hamilton with In The Heights

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pop culture phenomenon Hamilton finally makes it to the Queen City, with a nearly month-long stop at the Aronoff Center. But first: In the Heights.

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