High as the Horses’ Bridles, the
debut novel by Scott Cheshire, is about what happens after a 12-year-old
boy-prophet named Josiah Laudermilk delivers an impassioned apocalyptic
sermon to a group of about 3,000 impassioned faithful.
of comedy falls under great scrutiny and derision, often unnecessarily
so. Impressions, props, magic, duos — anything slightly out of the
ordinary seems to open itself up to criticism...Fortunately, the Sklar Brothers have
avoided such slings and arrows by developing a truly organic stand-up
A crowd of female playwrights came
together in New York City in 2008 to express their concern that works by
women were not getting produced by that city’s theaters. More than 150
playwrights attended the gathering, resulting in standing-room-only at
Kathy Wade, the founder and CEO of
Cincinnati-based arts education organization Learning Though Art, is a
well-versed, albeit quiet, conversationalist when it comes to her
brainchild, which will put up its second Crown Jewels of Jazz Festival
Woodburn Avenue and East McMillan Street
were closed to car traffic for a mile stretch as they played host to
Cincy Summer Streets last month. The next installment of the street
festival arrives in Northside on Sunday.
I go with my gut,” says Sara Vance Waddell
about her philosophical approach to collecting art. And it is clear that
trusting her instinct has done her well as the marketing and
advertising CEO/president of her own media business.