When it comes to modern dance, Jefferson James is as unsettled with Cincinnati as when she first committed to building a local scene 50 years ago.
What success looks like for Cincinnati's biggest little theater company.
A nonprofit working to revive the historic Emery Theatre is suing University of Cincinnati once again, this time in a new venue.
With the just-started renovation of its lobby, the Contemporary Arts Center's ground-floor space should become like “a really…
Heroin addiction has soared in the Tri-State. The battle raged in 2014 and here's what to keep an eye on in 2015.
The future of Music Hall, the emergence of the Woodward Theater and the new director of the Art Museum all have our eye.
They are homeless. They are human. They have a story to tell.
Jeff Fortenbery had it all and he left it all to follow his passion: Making and selling custom guitars.
Pastor Michael Clary found his place at a growing Uptown Cincinnati church that serves a congregation of millennials, the poor, artists and…
A Cincinnati company has caught the eye of a national publication as one of the best companies for working mothers.
Studying and dancing at the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music.
A Cincinnati City Council committee on Monday voted in favor of a zoning change for a proposed development in Clifton Heights that has…