CAM gets a Georgia O’Keeffe

The Cincinnati Art Museum has acquired its very first work by American Modernist painter Georgia O'Keeffe.

Mapping the Lines

A revelatory new show at the Cincinnati Art Museum pairing the landscape paintings of Cole Carothers and the intricately inked maps of Courttney Cooper asks: Where do you draw the line between insider and outsider art? And should there be a line at all?

Profile: Curtis Sittenfeld

In her new novel Sisterland, the author of American Wife explores motherhood, marriage, sibling conflict, and other seismic activities.

Cincinnati Library hosts 41st Annual Used Book Sale

In what has become a much-anticipated retail event for many a bibliophilic Cincinnatian, The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County hosts a sale of used books from their stacks, including thousands of hardback and paperback books, as well as CDs, DVDs, audiobooks, and vinyl records.

Tyler Shields Has Returned.

Tyler Shields makes his second appearance at Hyde Park’s Miller Gallery. His latest show, Suspense, is on exhibit through June 23.

Cultural Affairs

Say “Oui” To Hamilton

Q&A: Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton Exits on a High Note

The Lincoln–Moerlein Debate

Christian Moerlein: The Man and His Brewery is a comparison of two great men, drawn from two great biographies.

Tomorrow Never Knows

What if we told you that a made-up band with a make-believe name concocted one of the most out-there records you never heard right in Cincinnati with the Godfather of Soul himself? Well, sit down, and experience the slow rise of The Grodeck Whipperjenny.

High Drama Down Low

Clifton Performance Theatre severs your expectations.