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The Prince Experience

March 6, 2020 Gabriel Sanchez fronts the country’s most dynamic Prince Tribute Band, THE PRINCE EXPERIENCE. Playing all the greatest…

No way to honor #42’s memory

By Douglas J. Gladstone   Herald Contributor  There are 626 retired men and their families who played Major League baseball who are being…

West End Housing Study shows gap in housing stock

By Regina Carswell Russo  Herald Contributor  regina@RRightNowComm.com   The West End Housing Study, led by The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (The Port)…

Award-winning journalist Dani McClain named 2020 Library Writer-in-Residence

A reporter and author whose work has been featured in Time, Slate and Ebony.com will serve as the Library Foundation’s…

Black-owned law firm aims to serve community

Bey & Associates Legal Team. Photo Provided By Camille Williams  The Cincinnati Herald  Bey & Associates, a nationwide, Black-owned personal injury firm whose office opened…

Mrs. Opal Lee continues her Juneteenth Walk in Cincinnati

Opal Lee, second from right, of Fort Worth, Texas, who is traveling the country to gain support for making Juneteenth a national…

BAH HUMBUG: A ONE-MAN CHRISTMAS CAROL and MRS. CLAUS SAVES THE DAY

Mrs. Claus Saves the Day. Photo provided The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati Presents two holiday treats on the Showtime Stage: …

Spying future needed for team

By Conrad Clowers  Herald Sports Writer  When you are 0-10 and on a fast track to a winless season, something needs to…

Tracie Nichols elected first Black mayor of North College Hill

By Dan Yount  The Cincinnati Herald  Tracie Nichols, who served on the City of North College Hill Council as clerk, as an elected in 2014, elected council president…

Free legal expungement clinic offered December 5

By Kamara Douglas Herald Contributor Cincinnati City Councilmember Chris Seelbach along with DJ J.Dough will host an expungement clinic in…