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New Life at the Old DiLeia

0 Comments · Thursday, January 11, 2001
Over the years, little has changed at 2823 Massachusetts Ave. in Camp Washington. Of course, I'm talking about the outside of the building. Inside is a different story. On Jan. 6, an opening-night   

The Poet Behind the Poem

0 Comments · Thursday, January 4, 2001
Looking back at the past year's most significant stories is an early January tradition. On the cultural front, it's surprising how most of these lists are filled with items about brick-and-mortar pr  

21st Century Arts: A Year of Failures and Successes

0 Comments · Thursday, December 21, 2000
Despite political controversies and an arts leadership shackled by its insistence on political neutrality, Cincinnati's cultural community continued to grow and diversify this year. Both the Cincinn  

The End of the Regional Cultural Alliance

0 Comments · Thursday, December 14, 2000
Arts supporters have followed the Regional Cultural Alliance (RCA) debate for the past few weeks. It's been an interesting ride. Todd Portune, the first Democrat elected to the Hamilton County Comm  

Unsolicited Feedback from Enquirer Readers

0 Comments · Thursday, December 7, 2000
The Nov. 15 press release from local artist Bill Seitz delivers its message matter-of-factly: "Petition drive to request an Arts section in The Cincinnati Enquirer." The purpose of Seitz's petitio  

Arts Beat: Boys and Girls Together

Playhouse musical is a contemporary look at love and marriage

0 Comments · Thursday, November 16, 2000
ArtsEveryone fusses that the holidays start earlier every year. It's not yet Thanksgiving and the Playhouse has a perfect show for Valentine's Day. In fact, if you're thinking that the musical