CINCINNATI -- A little rain didn't stop local art fans from coming out to support a longstanding Hyde Park tradition on Sunday.
The 47th Annual Hyde Park Square Art Show took place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. between Edwards Road and Erie Avenue.
Most of the 220 exhibitors in this year's event work in the Tri-State. The showcased artistic creations in various media including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, jewelry, fiber, crafts and multi-media.
Event organizers say it's the largest one-day art show in Greater Cincinnati.
For more information, visit www.hydeparksquare.org.
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Carmon DeLeone thought he would someday play French horn for a professional symphony or, perhaps, drum his way into a touring jazz combo.
Record Store Day, happening April 19, has turned into a communal, worldwide rally for purists, revivalists and audiophiles of all ages.
Students, street artists and community activists made their way to the campus of Northern Kentucky University to raise money for a good cause…
Many a parent and teacher have tried to bring science alive for children. Writer Mary Kay Carson aims to bring lessons to life by injecting…
Dusting off my critic's pen —acknowledging I haven't always called them right —I highly recommend going to see the movie…
What's better than the sweet and salty ballpark treat? A Cincinnati twist you can make in your own kitchen.
At the helm of his namesake eatery Jimmy G's, Gibson entered his profession for the love of food and found a foodie following in the Tri-State.
In this week's "wine me, dine me pick of the week:" Julie Niesen Gosdin bellies up to the bar and digs into "eminently…
The Queen City is about to be delivered an award-winning slice of pizza.
Sample Samsa , taste Tabaka , and then kick up your heels on the dance floor at this eatery on Fields Ertel Road.