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Good Eggs

Jason Snell’s Globe Gallery installation for People’s Liberty encourages good deeds

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Artist/designer Jason Snell’s inaugural installation Good Eggs at People’s Liberty’s Globe Gallery next month will be the first tangible assertion of the organization’s progressive approach to cultivating the work of unconventional creatives.  

Carnegie Candy Land

Chefs and artists reflect the popular children’s board game at The Carnegie for 'The Art of Food'

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 18, 2015
There is absolutely nothing run-of-the-mill about The Art of Food exhibit opening Friday. The popular event is expected to attract as many as 700 guests. And it’s safe to say that this year’s over-the-top extravaganza with a Candy Land theme might be the zaniest ever.  

Cincinnati’s Lightborne Helped Create Katy Perry’s Super Bowl Show

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 18, 2015
When news came out that Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show was the most-watched and highest-rated of any in history, there was celebration at Lightborne Communications, the video production services company in Over-the-Rhine.  

Buried Treasure

“Forgotten” Japanese art collection returns to the Cincinnati Art Museum

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 11, 2015
When an art museum has a collection of more than 65,000 objects, it isn’t surprising that many of them wind up hidden in storage. Sometimes complete collections are stowed there, rarely if ever seen or studied.   

On the Air

Local comic book writer Chad Lambert channels his love for WKRP in Cincinnati into a new book

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 4, 2015
For those too young to remember, WKRP in Cincinnati was a TV show set in the fictional universe of Cincinnati radio (emphasis on the word fictional), yet it was based on actual radio follies from creator Hugh Wilson’s stint in Atlanta radio.  

Full Circle Funny

Comedian Alex Stone returns to the site of his first show for a live recording

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Like many future comedians, Cincinnati native Alex Stone discovered he was funny almost by accident.   

The Baddest Man

Mike Tyson shares “undisputed truth” in touring one-man stage show

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Mike Tyson is one of the more fascinating figures of the last 30 years.  

Making Waves

Camp Washington’s multipurpose gallery space Wave Pool boosts Cincinnati’s contemporary art community

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 7, 2015
San Francisco used to be a destination for aspiring artists until the high cost of living started driving creatives away. In its wake, suddenly Cincinnati’s affordability and desire for artists have pegged us as a potential new art frontier. 
  

A Long Time Coming

Local skateboarder Alex Davis gets pro sponsorship from Ohio-based Habitat Skateboards

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Skateboarding — a mixture of improvisational dance moves and gymnastics atop a moving, wheeled object — doesn’t get nearly the recognition it deserves as a performance art.  

Cincinnati Theater Offered Stories of All Shapes and Sizes in 2014

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 23, 2014
In early 2014 countless friends told me, “I couldn’t believe I was laughing at the things they were saying.” They were describing their reactions to the touring production of the Tony Award-winning musical, The Book of Mormon, by Broadway in Cincinnati (Jan. 7-26).  

Pressing Imperfections

Talking shop with Brian Stuparyk of Steam Whistle Letterpress

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Brian Stuparyk is the owner of Steam Whistle Letterpress, a shop located in historic Over-the-Rhine that’s been pumping out hand-pressed cards, posters, flyers and more since opening in 2011.  

The Heart of Home

New philanthropic photo-essay magazine centers on feelings of home

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Merriam-Webster defines the word “haven” as “a place of safety and refuge; an inlet providing shelter for ships or boats.” For Cincinnati writer Liz Bell Young, it takes on a deeper meaning.    

Local Clothing Brand Celebrates Rebellious Spirits

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Nick Elbisser and Jordan White, co-founders of online-based apparel brand Zip Zoo, find their inspiration in skateboard culture, the neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine and the rebellious spirit of both.  

Novel Ideas

National Novel Writing Month creates an authentic, inclusive writing culture in Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2014
NaNoWriMo participants in Cincinnati may not end up publishing their novels, but like many authentic artistic experiences shared with family, students or strangers, the benefits of NaNoWriMo lie in the process, not the product.  

The Land's Canvas

Homeadow Song Farm brings art, spirituality and community to the farming life

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Homeadow Song Farm operates in the realms of commerce, community and creativity in ways that separate them from a traditional farm.