Cincinnati’s Bi-Okoto (pronounced
“Bee-O-Ko-Toe”) Cultural Institute, a nonprofit performing arts
organization that illuminates Africa’s rich traditional heritage,
recently won the African Professionals Network (APNET) award for African
culture, community and entertainment.
Few things induce more eye-rolling than cliché jewelry commercials with impossibly flawless couples, dialogue on par with that of pornos and overly sentimental background music. When it comes to these contrived advertisements, it doesn’t get worse than Kay Jewelers. My boyfriend and I were watching Hulu Plus the other day when the same unsettling (and outdated) Kay ads repeatedly popped up duri...
The perpetually hip neighborhood of
Northside may be known for its dining and bars, but tucked away on
Knowlton Street is the newly established heart of the progressive
community — SoapBox Books and Zines, a nonprofit, non-hierarchical,
volunteer-run community space with a serious mission.