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.
They bonded over bands such as Green Day and reunited with a stripped-down sound.
With the just-started renovation of its lobby, the Contemporary Arts Center's ground-floor space should become like “a really…
Rebecca Kling devotes her show to the physical, psychological and surgical specifics of her gender reassignment surgery.
When faced with forks in the road, Pratt has engaged nearly every path.
William Messer didn't set out to recreate Claude Monet's paintings through photography.
We wade through the weeds to pick the evening's notable crop of musical options for New Year's Eve.
The future of Music Hall, the emergence of the Woodward Theater and the new director of the Art Museum all have our eye.
Mark Patsfall produces a new “Cincinnati Portfolio” once every decade.
Two comic conventions on back-to-back weekends. Is the fan base large enough to support both?
Hear the Cincinnati singer-songwriter that millions will hear through 2015 "American Idol."