The Extracted Frames of Animator Mark Neeley

For the second time, still frames of Mark Neeley's Pop art cartoons will hit the shelves, giving an inside look at the world of animation.

Through Casey LeClair’s Lens, the World Is Bizarre and Beautiful

After practicing law for 20 years, the Cincinnati native has switched his focus to capture his weird and wonderful surroundings.

James Garfield’s Life Lessons Still Resonate

Known more for his assassination than his policies, the Ohio-born president was both a radical and a unifier, says biographer C.W. Goodyear.

Did Lafcadio Hearn Listen To The Blues In Cincinnati Way Back In 1876?

Cincinnati may not be known as the cradle of the Blues, but could the genre's early versions have been found here?

Madame Butterfly Takes off on a New Flight

Cincinnati Opera modernizes one of the artform’s iconic stories in a daring world premiere production.

The Work of Photojournalism Mattered to Melvin Grier

A new memoir and art gallery retrospective focus attention on his photography career at The Cincinnati Post and beyond.

Indie and Art Film Highlights in July

The Over-the-Rhine Festival returns this month, along with adult-only outdoor screenings, provocative new releases, and a cluster of super-hip rock docs.

Cincinnati Art Museum Opens Expansive New Picasso Exhibit

The CAM’s latest highlights Pablo Picasso’s 75-year career with an immersive experience that invites viewers to step inside his world.

Elizabeth Baumgartner Imagines a Colorful Cincinnati

The self-taught artist creates vivid mixed media pieces depicting bright landscapes, florals, and cityscapes.

Marcie Hon Talks Costuming For Broadway’s Moulin Rouge!

When Broadway called Marcie Hon with a job offer—especially one working on a 10-time Tony Award-winning musical—there was nothing to do but amble down...