After his hitch was up, Reid stepped into performing—first as a Christian rapper, now as an actor.
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Charting arts and culture explosion of Cincinnati look to the Little 26.
As Cincinnati's major cultural donors age and pass, arts organizations are building relationships with young professionals.
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Malott has spent a decade driving his band, 500 Miles to Memphis. Only in the past three years has he done so sober.
Max Fender was still a student at Milford High School when he gathered a few classmates to form his first punk band.
Here's our guide to a handful of exhibitions you shouldn’t miss before FotoFocus closes.
Keith Josef Adkins explores the collision of cultures for one free family of color in his newest play, “Safe House.”
His music blends superficiality with thematic maturity.
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Matt Peiken is WCPO's Local A&E reporter. Before Cincinnati, he spent 10 years as an arts/features staff writer at St. Paul…
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