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Cincinnati’s Festival of Faiths to go virtual

Contributed by Festival of Faiths  The third annual Festival of Faiths, the signature program of the interfaith group EquaSion, is going…

Barbara A. Turner receives Cincinnati State honorary degree

By Richard Curtis  Cincinnati State  At its 50th anniversary commencement ceremony, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College presented Barbara A. Turner, president and chief operating…

It’s Commonly Jazz 2020 is a virtual celebration

Cincinnati’s oldest and most celebrated free Summer Jazz Concert Series, It’s Commonly Jazz, is not letting covid-19 stop the show…

Protesters, police discuss Cincinnati Protests

Law enforcement officers and protestors face off during the Black Lives Matter protests in Cincinnati. Photo by Tai Sims/The Cincinnati…

THE MASKS WE WEAR Exhibition benefits The Carnegie in Covington

This mask with Harriet Tubman’s image is decorated for pearls. Photo provided By Jamie Glavic Herald Contributor When: Saturday, July…

Protestors rally daily throughout downtown

Protesters gather at the Hamilton County Courthouse. Photos by Michael Mitchell

Coronavirus robbed me, my family and others of our graduation moments

The Bronson Family of Cincinnati has longtime associations with Hampton University. First row, from left, are Whitney Bronson, Barbara Dobbins…

Cincinnati Medical Association: TEST for COVID-19 to restore our economy

By Clyde Henderson, MD The impact to the US economy from COVID-19 can be summarized by the loss of 30+…

De’Ron Smith: A community resource seeking redemption

De’Ron Smith, fourth from left, works with youth during a basketball event. Photo provided By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald…

New Ways of Life as COVID-19 Has Changed Everything

Bishop T. D. Jakes stands before about 30 people in his Potter’s House sanctuary that seats 8,200 in Dallas. Photo…