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ArtWorks moving to Walnut Hills in spring 2021

Pictured is the ArtWorks team in front of Morag Myerscough’s #5: We Are Walnut Hills mural at 2429 Gilbert Avenue…

Annual Kwanzaa Festival & Marketplace free and virtual

NJPAC’s annual free Kwanzaa Family Festival is where family members of all ages will engaged with activities dedicated to the…

2020 Cincinnati Black Theatre Company’s Black Nativity Virtual Experience

CBTC is excited to provide this holiday musical classic Black Nativity Virtual Experience for the 1st time available to view and stream.…

Give your spirits a lift this Christmas

Contributed We love A Christmas Carol, and so does Cincinnati. That’s why we’re partnering with Cincinnati Public Radio to bring…

Virtual Halle-Bration Boasts Shopping, Entertainment, Children’s Events, Workshops & More

By Linda Wright Herald Contributer The 8th Annual Halle-Bration FREE Holiday Festival & Gift Mall Dec. 11-12 is virtual this…

‘GLORY: Magical Visions of Black Beauty’ is an exquisite pictorial love letter to Black children

By John Karle St. Martin’s Press “GLORY: Magical Visions of Black Beauty,” by Kahran and Regis Bethencourt, the husband and…

HALLE-BRATION 2020, A free Holiday Festival & Market goes virtual Dec. 11-12

By Linda Wright Wright Communications The 8th Annual Halle-Bration, the city’s most festive free holiday festival and gift market goes…

FILM REVIEW: Sound of Metal

Photo provided by Amazon Studios By Dwight Brown NNPA News Wire Film Critic It’s a struggle. Losing one of your…

Art Museum exhibition explores themes of justice and equality in works by Hank Willis Thomas

“Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal…” is on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum from September 4 through November…

Beatles vs. Stones show comes to Cincinnati stage

The mops or the ‘bad guys’? You decide. Photo provided Contributed For decades, the battle has raged: Beatles or Stones? …