Darnell Benjamin Helps the Cincy Fringe Festival Adapt to a New Reality

Darnell Benjamin talks about what it takes to build a great Cincy Fringe Festival, which will be streamed online this year from May 29 to June 13.

Curtis Sittenfeld’s New Novel Reimagines Hillary Clinton

The acclaimed Cincinnati-born novelist Curtis Sittenfeld takes readers on the ultimate “What if...” journey in her new novel, Rodham.

The Cincinnati Zoo Hosts Virtual Home Safaris

The Cincinnati Zoo is finding creative ways to virtually engage patrons and fundraise during the COVID-19 pandemic, with an eye toward reopening.

Local Poets Share How ‘Poetry Can Help Us Feel Less Alone’

Local poets Manuel Iris, Pauletta Hansel, and Sara Moore Wagner discuss therapeutic aspects of poetry and how it connects people during hard times.

Local Musicians Collaborate in a Time Of Social Distancing

Local musicians have turned to virtual options for recording, performing, and creating music together, all from the comfort of their homes.

The Preservation Lab Is Like a Hospital for Books

The Preservation Lab, a joint project of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and University of Cincinnati Libraries, keeps printed matter safe.

A Cincinnati Printer Published Mark Twain’s ‘Pornography’

It wasn’t one of the Mark Twain’s best works and consisted mostly of Elizabethan-era discussion of flatulence.

Local 18-Year-Old Artist Tenzing Has Painted Vivid Murals All Over Town

Tenzing might be our city’s youngest muralist, but that doesn’t mean you haven’t seen his work. He gained widespread attention during 2019’s BLINK Art Festival.

Three Ways to Virtually Support Local Musicians

Social media and streaming concerts help keep artists and fans connected.

Mason Native Michael Williams Advances on NBC’s Singing Competition TV Show ‘The Voice’

Mason's Michael Williams is making a name for himself as a contestant on NBC’s The Voice. We caught up with him to chat about his passion for singing and TV journey.