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Survey exposes disparities in community health

By Camille Williams The Cincinnati Herald About 4 in 10 African Americans would say their heath is excellent or very…

Ride for Peace

A caravan of police led funeral hearses leave Avondale Saturday to wind through inner city neighborhoods in a campaign to…

Blast into outer space with The Absentee

By Julia Doolittle  September 13th – October 5th In space, no one can hear you scream… except for your A.I.…

DAMON GUPTON NAMED PRINCIPAL GUEST CONDUCTOR OF THE CINCINNATI POPS

Damon Gupton. Photo provided CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and Conductor John Morris Russell announced Damon Gupton as Principal…

Book addresses sickle cell disease and bullying

By Herald Staff      Jaime Mahaffey and Kristy High have announced the release of the book, I’m No Different Than…

COME TO THE BECHDEL FAMILY FUN HOME!

Fun Home, August 31 — September 28, 2019 Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati opens its 2019-2020 arts season with the regional premiere…

Black-owned bookstore sells more than just books

Joyce Smith, of Smith & Hannon Bookstore, has moved her store to Over-the-Rhine. Photo provided By Jada Carter The Cincinnati…

Booth, Turner take the lead for the United Way

By Bryan McCleary and Carlos Perz United Way of Greater Cincinnati   Two African American women, Cynthia Booth and Barbara…

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Presents August: Osage County

Wildly comic and deeply moving this searing family drama will stay with you for days after, playing September 6-28, 2019.…

MASTERFUL SONGWRITER RETURNS TO CINCINNATI WITH THE OUT OF THE BLUES TOUR 2019

BOZ SCAGGS MASTERFUL SONGWRITER RETURNS TO CINCINNATI WITH THE OUT OF THE BLUES TOUR 2019 * * * * *…