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Black, city officials defend pilot third party purchasing program

Program increased City spending with minority firms By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald As he was surrounded by City officials…

Spikes epitomized toughness for Bengals

By Conrad Clowers Cincinnati Herald Contributor If you look up the meaning of the word Takeo you’ll find it means…

Ingram introduces bill to protect accident victims’ privacy

COLUMBUS— State Rep. Catherine D. Ingram (D-Cincinnati) has introduced the Accident Victim Privacy Protection Act, legislation to prohibit the sale…

It’s Time to Wake the Village Community Tour Is a Success

Council Member Yvette Simpson speaks with community leaders prior to the presentation of the Youth Gap Analysis Study as part…

The Melanin Mixer

On Friday, September 22, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., come network and mingle with professionals of color at Blush Event Loft,…

A Night of Jazz with Gregory Porter (7 p.m. Sunday, November 19)

Called “the next great male jazz singer” by NPR, Grammy Award-winning jazz singer, songwriter and actor, Gregory Porter, performs with…

A rising star in faith-based films

By Bob Marcus Herald Contributor Tommy “Tommi” Lynn Pabst, a talented actress and singer/songwriter whose work is well known in…

Congress’ failure to fully fund 2020 Census could impact communities of color

WASHINGTON – Leading civil rights organizations and census experts say ongoing policy decisions could put a successful 2020 Census at…

Councilmember P.G Sittenfeld speaks out

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld shared with me his letter to the editor of…

Charles Bradley concert cancelled

Charles Bradley has cancelled all his upcoming tour dates, including his performance at Memorial Hall Charles Bradley as part of…