John James Audubon would be all over the upcoming "Off the Page" art exhibit at the Lloyd Library
This year's Constella Festival, at venues across Cincinnati, includes pieces focused on social justice, humanity in the modern age and politics.
ComedySportz, a popular comedic competition that pits two teams of improvisers in a head-to-head battle of funny, is now in Cincinnati.
"Jane Eyre" opens March 16 at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, but the troupe warns, this is not "your grandma's…
On International Women's Day, Listermann Brewing Co. will tap Riveting Rosie beer to celebrate the strong women of Cincinnati. Proceeds…
LaToya Foster, called the Gumbo Lady and Creole Queen, is known for her po'boys and Cajun and Creole dishes at Mardi Gras on Madison in…
Cincinnati Art Museum's "Dressed to Kill," on display through May 7, offers an up-close look at samurai armor, weapons and…
This year's Art of Food at the Carnegie is all things 1950: dancers and singers body-painted in 1950s food, a live '50s-style…
Restaurants and organizations across Greater Cincinnati will celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year with food, concerts and other festivities.
The punk rock band will be at Riverbend Music Center on Aug. 20, it announced Monday.
Eighties rock lovers, get ready: Foreigner is bringing its 40th anniversary tour to Riverbend Music Center in August.
21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati will ring in the new year with Momentum, an immersive, virtual reality-themed New Year's Eve party.
Organizers of Ish Festival, a September celebration of Jewish and Israeli arts and culture, hope the event will turn Cincinnati into a Jewish…
The second Lauren Hill Tipoff Classic returns to Xavier's Cintas Center Nov. 12. XU's women’s basketball team opens its…
The Skirball Museum, on the campus of Hebrew Union College in Clifton, is exhibiting photos of concentration camps taken by James Friedman 40…
Michael Wizer is responsible for a charming block of six little row houses in Northside.
Turner Farm is much more than just an organic farm these days.
The Corbett House, which will soon be on the market for $2.6 million, looks very much like a Frank Lloyd Wright creation.
The big celebration starts this weekend and we've got all you need to know to make some great summer memories.
Seventeen Oktoberfests ago, celebration turned to chaos when a driver plowed through a barricaded street, striking more than two dozen…
Broken Spoke Fest 2016 -- in its very first year -- will combine bicycle racing with local music, art and food.
Growing up in England, Paul Nicholson dreamed of playing in the Premier League.
Bad Tom Smith’s upcoming Bad Ass Beer Fest is only one sign of major growth and success at the local brewery.
The People Via Plants exhibition at Camp Washington’s Wave Pool art gallery blends plant care and metaphysical care with art.
We know all about Pete Rose’s major league career, but much less about his three years in the minors, especially 1962 with the Macon…
By any measure, Kristin Chenoweth, winner of Tony and Emmy awards, is the real deal.