Looking back on three decades of new works and talent at Ensemble Theatre
This year marks Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati’s 30th anniversary. It was launched in 1986 to support local professional artists, driven by strong faith in the transformative power of the arts to create sustainable communities. ...
Debate over UC’s RECLAIM program shows the fraught world of campus sexual assault response
As University of Cincinnati students began
filing onto campus to start classes this week, a battle was raging over
a program run by the UC Women’s Center designed to aid sexual assault
ResponsibleOhio debuts weird weed mascot named Buddy; 'Cincinnati Enquirer' finds new, innovative method to disappoint and sadden readership; overrated NFL quarterback acts like sports drink prevents concussions; Obama renames Mt. McKinley in honor of popular SUV model
Ginger Dawson is an iconic woman for more reasons than her aesthetic, though her blunt bangs, her from-a-bottle-henna-red hair and her penchant for black and/or retro clothes aligns her more readily to the equally iconic Punk designer Vivienne Westwood than to the “genteel” antiques mall proprietress she, ahem, once was. ...
Dierks Bentley reached the upper echelon of Country-music fame by not always doing the expected
Riser, the latest album from Dierks Bentley, is being lauded for its collection of mid-tempo tunes and ballads that finds the Country singer digging deeper emotionally than ever before — a direction inspired largely by the death of his father two years ago and the recent birth of his first son. ...
One of Cincinnati’s finest bands, The Sundresses, is returning to the record-store shelves this week with a new album, This Machine Kills.
The band hosts a free album release concert Saturday at MOTR Pub, joined by Lexington, Ky.’s
excellent Ancient Warfare.
People’s Liberty announces 2016 Globe Grant winners
People’s Liberty is a collaboration
between the Haile/U.S. Bank Foundation and the Johnson Foundation. For
2016, the program’s second year, 34 people applied for a Globe Grant. A
three-person jury ranked the top seven proposals, and People’s Liberty
staff interviewed the finalists to make sure they met qualifications.
Local entrepreneur preps her french fry-only walk-up window
Over-the-Rhine currently houses a
late-night walk-up taco window in the form of Gomez Salsa (now open
daily for lunch and Sunday brunch) and a couple spots for late-night
pizza, but what if it’s 1 a.m. and you’re craving a different type of
food from a window? Soon, OTR — and Cincinnati — will get its first
walk-up french fry window, Fryed, from entrepreneur Lindsey Metz.
The first thing you notice when walking
into Second Sight Spirits artisan distillery in Ludlow, Kentucky is the
smell: rum. Like two renegade pirates, founders Rick Couch and Carus
Waggoner have staked their claim in this little town since their grand
opening in April.