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Tickets now available for Paris 1900: City of Entertainment at the Cincinnati Art Museum

CINCINNATI — Your passport to Paris awaits. Tickets for special exhibition Paris 1900: City of Entertainment are now available online…

400 Years of Slavery, It Stops with Us!

By The Rev. Derek Terry Pastor, St. Peters United Church of Christ, Cincinnati The amazing Maya Angelou used to recite…

Martin Luther King Jr. events celebrate life, legacy of rights icon

Cincinnatians braved the frigid temperatures Monday to participate in the Memorial Walk to commemorate the life and legacy of Civil…

2019 Oscar Nominees: #OscarsSoBlack?

By Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D. The 2019 Oscar nominations are out and it is safe to say the Academy of…

Know Theatre proudly presents the World Premiere of RED BIKE Through March 2

Cities change. People change. Get on the bike and ride. Know Theatre’s 21st season jumps back into action in 2019…

Donna Jones Baker retiring as president/CEO of Urban League

By Jenell Walton and Dan Yount Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio (ULGSO), a Civil Rights organization dedicated to economic…

Art Resource Team serves design and architecture industry

By E. Selean Holmes The Cincinnati Herald Established in 2000, Art Resource Team (A.R.T.) was created to serve the needs…

New chapter ahead for Bengals

By Conrad Clowers Herald contributor There’s an old saying. Every dog has his day. Judgment day finally came for Marvin…

Sedrick Denson becomes District 33 state rep

With his fiancée, Melanie, and son, Harper Ervin, holding a Bible, and surrounded by other Cincinnatians, new Ohio State Rep.…

Cincinnati’s Kiki Layne breaks onto the big screen with If Beale Street Could Talk

The Cincinnati Herald’s Celeste Kearney (right) talks with film star Kiki Layne. Photo provided By Celeste Kearney Herald Contributor As…