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This is Bruce Cromer's ninth straight year in the spotlight role of “A Christmas Carol” through Playhouse in the Park . In this company rehearsal, Cromer discusses his evolution as Scrooge and how the role feeds him as an actor.
High winds are to blame for the cancelation of an annual holiday favorite.
Few other American cities boast such a welcoming landscape for exploring homegrown music. It all begins with something simple yet astonishing: The bars most devoted to live local music don’t charge people to walk through the door.
The 133-year-old company, specializing in handcrafted tile and pottery items, is opening new doors in the Gateway Quarter on Jackson Street.
Cincinnati's underground scene is coming together this weekend for a first of its kind event in Ubahn Music Festival , featuring A-list acts in one of the most unique venues in the city -- the transit tunnel underneath Second Street.
Barbara Houghton's mix of text and conceptual photography exposes the rhetoric and imagery of her upbringing in a strict Catholic home.
Big brewer Anheuser-Busch is making a bigger push into the craft beer world with its "Project 12" lineup. We put the new brews up to the test with three local beers of our choosing.
We wanted to see what happens to the humor and characters when you strip away accents and Americanize the text performed in a British play.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's Louis Langrée took center stage on Friday for his inaugural weekend, which quickly caught national attention.
Artists touched by the work of Raymond Thunder-Sky are keeping his legacy alive through a Northside gallery in his name.
Jetset Getset is a trio of 16-year-old girls from Dearborn County, Ind., serving up a country-pop mix of twang, rock and do-wop, with underlying slices of faith and high-heeled cheesecake.
It’s time Cincinnati began talking the talk and walking the walk of a cultural metropolis.
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Ryan Mulligan’s life changed, and so did his art, when his young son, Hobbs, was diagnosed with autism. See how.
In Newport and Walnut Hills, local artists are using their business sense to fund a resurgence of interest in screen-printing as an art form.
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How many ghosts have they seen and how much fake blood do they use at the Dent Schoolhouse?
If your taste in movies tends towards heroes in capes and giant explosions, Cincinnati has a race just for you.
Cincinnati’s School for Creative and Performing Arts may be best known for alumni such as Nick and Drew Lachey. But students who want career stability might find a better bet in the school’s scenic theater shop.