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William Joel McCray is a national and local treasure

By Dr. Joseph King Jr.   Cincinnatian William Joel McCray is a national and local treasure. Growing up in a…

Stunning Rebuke of Trump Presidency: Voters Elect Democrats to Top Offices in Virginia

Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the Richmond Free Press By Jeremy M. Lazarus (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Take that,…

Lewis coaching his final season? (Sports commentary)

By Conrad Clowers Herald Contributor You can see it on his face. He looks weary and tired. You can tell…

Cincinnati’s Black community and their untold stories

The Black Agenda Cincinnati and The Cincinnati Herald launch Cincinnati Black History, a digital platform for sharing and preserving unfiltered stories…

Rob Reifsnyder to retire from area United Way

  Rob Reifsnyder, president and CEO of United Way of Greater Cincinnati, announced he would retire in May 2018 after…

Contemporary Dance Theater Fall Performance & Time Arts Show

Friday & Saturday, November 17th & 18th The Contemporary Dance Theater (CDT) will kick-off its 2017-2018 season of the Performance…

KAMASI WASHINGTON’S HARMONY OF DIFFERENCE OUT SEPTEMBER 29 ON YOUNG TURKS

Taft Theatre November 28, 2017   (Cincinnati, OH) – Music titan Kamasi Washington’s new EP Harmony of Difference, the first…

Bi-Okoto Cultural Center Presents The What’s Old is Contemporary Cultural Festival

A nationally curated workshop and dance performance in partnership with the Cincinnati School of Creative & Performing Arts On Saturday,…

Gregory Porter to make Pops debut November 19 at Music Hall

Jazz singer to perform music from his new Nat King Cole-inspired album CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra welcomes “The…

CPS superintendent comments on renewal levy passage

Cincinnati Public School District Superintendent Laura Mitchell expressed gratitude regarding the passage of Issue 24, the district’s renewal levy request,…