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Cincinnati and the greater Tri-State region are home to people who excel in artistic and other creative disciplines. Each week, we'll focus on a creative individual who is bringing new perspectives to our lives and enriching our cultural diversity.
To become known as a writer, you don't have to wait for a publisher to decide the worth of your work. Today, it's possible to take your literary destiny in your own hands, as two young writers have found with self-publishing in the digital age.
Become a WCPO Insider to learn how two young Cincinnati writers are making their mark and find resources if you are interested in self-publishing.
A look at the delicate balance between artistry, accessibility and fiscal realities at local live theaters.
If you didn't make it to the opening night kick-off on March 3, the art from Art of Food is on display at The Carnegie until March 15.
Twenty-five years after its Oscar wins, see how local shooting locations from the film "Rain Man" look now.
"Rain Man" put Cincinnati on Hollywood's radar. Today, it takes more than pretty hills and buildings to lure big-budget filmmakers.
Name a Cincinnati band with more than 40,000 Twitter followers and 88,000 Facebook fans. You'd be hard-pressed to guess Close To Home.…
Modern dance can be abstract and elusive. Our new video series opens a rare window inside.
A look at the performers at the 2014 Macy's Music Festival in downtown Cincinnati.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the Top 9 picks!
Since retiring from a 27-year career as an art director in charge of display design at Procter and Gamble, Jones is relishing the…
Gallery space doesn’t come cheap, especially not in the core of downtown. That’s the key reason artists band together to develop…