ArtWorks Big Pitch finalists highlight local independent businesses
Earlier this spring, area arts organization
ArtWorks invited local established artists, designers, makers and
overall creative entrepreneurs to participate in its second-annual Big
Advocates push back against new state regulations closing in on Cincinnati’s last clinic providing abortions
In the gray early morning of June 24, a charter bus idled outside the Elizabeth Campbell Surgical Center in Mount Auburn waiting to take a group of Planned Parenthood supporters from Cincinnati to the state capitol building in Columbus. ...
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 26 that
same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional, legalizing same-sex
C. Jacqueline Wood’s temporary microcinema looks for permanent impact
C. Jacqueline Wood is trying to address
one of the glaring weaknesses in Cincinnati’s cultural offerings — the
lack of non-profit venues whose ongoing programming takes film seriously
16-Bit revolutionizes the arcade — with booze
Clocking in at more than 4,000
square-feet, the OTR location is the biggest 16-Bit yet, with a
sprawling layout featuring a centralized U-shaped bar and games. Because
it’s basically a bar with video games, you must be 21 to enter, and if
you drink, you play for free.
Reflecting on how far we’ve come and what progress still needs to be made for the LGBTQ+ community
When it comes to the LGBTQ+ community, this past year has been just as controversial as this issue’s theme — “A Year of Queer” — might seem. ...