In April 2013, Pets in Need opened its very own
spacious facility, providing biweekly clinics and serving more than 200
animals. Today, the number of pets enrolled in the organization has
reached more than 4,000.
To the naked eye, there are not very many
stars visible in the Cincinnati night sky. However, a look through one
of Cincinnati Observatory’s telescopes on a clear evening makes it
possible to catch a glimpse of the galaxy.
If you search “social justice warrior” or
“SJW” online, chances are you’ll see a lot of hate surrounding the term. But that’s not what Kyle Shupe has in
mind when it comes to the theme of the inaugural QueerCon 2016.
While living in Kenya, Sylvia NebSa
Harmon witnessed poverty firsthand and answered her call to social
justice by making beads out of paper and teaching Kenyan artists how to
make and distribute them for income.
If Andy Worley were a candle, he would
radiate a blend of basil, sage, mint and bergamot. His aromatic
attribute is a smooth, revitalizing fragrance with a menthol boost
called “Enliven,” and it’s one of 12 original scents created by A
When Ruth Abram speaks Friday at the Mercantile Library about how she founded New York’s successful Lower East Side Tenement Museum, many in attendance will be wondering if they can do here what she did there.
gallery and “open-ended art experiment” known simply as Pique, where
guests can view and even temporarily lodge with artwork, opened this
past fall out of a two-unit storefront space in Covington, Ky.
The multicultural boutique doubles as a
community program space where, on any given day, there may be a yoga
fitness or belly dancing session, a couple’s date night, a real estate
investment workshop or a children’s reading circle.