A Dayton Man Looks for Acceptance and Support at Cincinnati Pride

Most of Pride takes place virtually this year, but Josh Ahner is ready to get involved with Cincinnati’s LGBTQ community.
June 2021

Author Leanna Renee Hieber Takes Readers on a Journey Through Time

Butler County native and Miami University alum Leanna Renee Hieber releases a new series starting this week.

Local Theater Pros Join Forces to Launch The Story Collective

The new company aims to produce family-friendly professional productions with “a ton of heart” for suburban audiences.

John Young Evokes the Rural Midwest in a New Short Story Collection

The marketing writer-turned-author explores rural beauty and danger, the drama of middle-age, and what’s coming next.

The Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire Still Has a Hold on Us

Peter Bronson discusses his new book about the tragic 1977 fire and its connections to 40 years of Northern Kentucky corruption and organized crime.

Five Venues Bringing Live Music Back to Cincinnati This Summer

Local artists and music legends alike are preparing to return to Cincinnati stages. Here’s what to expect.
JUNE 2021

Band in a Bus Makes Music Hands On

Summer programming at Nick Rose-Stamey’s nonprofit Band in a Bus is a way for kids to let off some “STEAM.”

Meet the Female Artist Collectives Behind Kennedy Heights Art Center’s Newest Exhibit

The latest exhibit brings together seven local female artist collectives with a variety of styles under one roof.
Sons of Silverton

Hip Hop Group Sons of Silverton Releases New Music

The veteran rappers want the world to know where they come from on their second album, God God Us.

13 Curious Facts About the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

The nation’s second oldest zoo has hosted dogs, birds, Native Americans, cantankerous elephants, escape-minded cats, and opera singers over its distinguished history.