After realizing that a niche to supply healthy
snacks to college students existed, Cincinnati-based Marissa Hu and Andy
Fortson founded Co-Ed Supply, a subscription-based start-up that
targets the collegiate crowd by providing them with “college essentials”
ranging from food to toiletries.
One of America’s most important
theatrical events happens annually just 100 miles south of Cincinnati
via I-71: the Humana Festival of New American Plays at the Actors
Theatre of Louisville, kicking off its 38th year this week
Cincinnati Shakespeare has deeply enhanced the experience of both of these classic works, separated by four centuries in their creation, but sharing common philosophical ground in their exploration of the meaning of existence.
If you do the math, Gary Collins has been
skateboarding longer than a lot of the kids currently skating on a
professional level have even been alive. But that doesn’t mean he’s not
out there with those same guys, skating around the city...
Since the publication of Noblesville, Ind., author Susan Crandall’s Whistling Past the Graveyard,
readers have been falling in love with both the novel and its
precocious 9-year-old narrator, Starla Claudelle. For Crandall, the
award-winning author of nine previous novels, this release is a
departure of sorts
Honor, valor, love, betrayal — these are
the thematic elements of Cincinnati Ballet artistic director and CEO
Victoria Morgan’s full-length world premiere, King Arthur’s Camelot,
opening this weekend with five performances at the Aronoff Center.
Downtown, Over-the-Rhine and other city
neighborhoods are being colorfully transformed by the mural program
shepherded by ArtWorks. But a forgotten Downtown mural called “Allegro” —
a ghost of murals past — deserves recognition as not just one of
Cincinnati’s finest, but also as an enduring piece of public art,
Carl Solway Gallery has obtained Robert Kushner’s The Four Seasons murals from downtown’s Tower Place mall and is showing them with recent paintings by the New York artist in the exhibit Robert Kushner: Paintings 2010-2013 & The Four Seasons.
Falcon Theater’s production of Theresa Rebeck’s 2011
play Seminar opened strong in the
small, charming Monmouth Theatre in Newport, Ky. Rebeck, a Cincinnati native
now living in Brooklyn, N.Y., is a triple-threat writer who has had success as
a novelist, playwright and TV writer.
“I’ve always lived with one foot in an
imaginary world. I’ve never grown out of that,” Mary Zimmerman says.
When she was a child, her academic parents took her along for stays in
England and France. A British teacher read to her from Homer’s Odyssey,and Zimmerman, at age 5, was captivated.