”Long Story Short” is a six-episode series aiming to build empathy and understanding on Cincinnati’s and Dayton’s PBS stations in April and May.
A year after cancelling its 100th anniversary season due to the pandemic, Cincinnati Opera will present a slimmed-down summer season at Summit Park in July.
Asha Ama Bias-Daniels, the Taft Museum of Art’s 2021 Duncanson Artist-in-Residence, will display her creativity and help others find their own during programs scheduled for April 12–26.
The singer-songwriter, who you may know from ‘America’s Got Talent’ and who is mostly deaf, just released her new single, “Masterpiece.”
Local art nonprofit FotoFocus pairs movies with recipes from local chefs in its "SECOND SCREENS: Foodie Edition" film series.
The Cincinnati Ballet presents free digital versions of The Kaplan New Work Series, featuring world premieres that explore themes of inequality, isolation, empowerment, and love.
Find the perfect spot to debut the creative projects you’ve been working on during quarantine at these local open mic nights.
Raleigh Keegan's country songs have accumulated more than seven million streams, and he's opened for big-name artists like Eric Church and Thomas Rhett.
Jazz saxophonist Kayla Upthegrove expresses herself through music, which has been a challenge during the pandemic.
Take a walk through history with the Stuart Weitzman Collection of Historic Shoes, a 200-year span in fashion, at the Taft Museum of Art this month.