June Blooms With Indie Films Carrying Artful Ambitions

Cincinnati-filmed “The Bikeriders” and Kevin Costner’s first “Horizon” chapter headline a wave of interesting movies with wider appeal as well as arthouse titles and one-off events.

The Soundtrack of Your Summer

From neighborhood parks to sports stadiums, find the right concert to fit your mood.

Movies Under the Stars

Enjoy big fun at the big screens.

Manga Manga’s Inaugural Anime Film Festival

The festival aims to spread the love for Asian art and anime around Cincinnati.

Don Was Is Still Mr. Motown

The acclaimed musician, record producer, and label executive Don Was formed the Pan-Detroit Ensemble to celebrate the honest, influential music of his hometown.

New Book on The Isley Brothers Hits Market

Author Darrell M. McNeill champions The Isley Brothers’ universal music influence.

A Toad for Tokes, A Frog for Fat Rips

The Frong water pipe is more than a one-hit wonder.

An A-May-Zing Music Festival

A guest director, retiring leaders, and the Bang on a Can All-Stars promise new energy for our venerable May Festival.

How Lisa Ampleman Became a Mom in Space

Her new book of poetry mixes personal themes of birth and loss with explorations of NASA, Star Trek, lunar cycles, and Neil Armstrong.

May the Best in Indie and Art Films Be With You

Recommendations for the month’s most noteworthy theatrical releases include “I Saw the TV Glow,” a Harambe documentary, and a trip to Louisville to see the Hawkes.