Shakespeare and more are coming to Boone Woods Park in Burlington, courtesy of ArtsWave, the Cincinnati region's arts booster organization, as part of its free monthly outdoor concert series, Enjoy
With the pending re-emergence of cicadas in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati, as well as other eastern, Midwestern, and sout
The Carnegie is set to present three shows this spring outdoors, as the COVID-19 pandemic still limits indoor options at venues.
The Carnegie is hosting a staged reading of the 1990s hit play Angels in America: Millennium Approaches.
Campbell County Public Library is holding its first-ever outdoor Signature Series performance at Fort Thomas’s Tower Park amphitheater.
The Erlanger Historical Society Volunteers will be opening the Erlanger Historical Depot Museum every Saturday starting April 3.
The exhibit dedicated to the works and story of Covington-born artist Frank Duveneck has been extended by six weeks at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Newport-based Falcon Theatre is teaming up with Cincinnati Black Theatre Artist Collective (Cincy BlackTAC) to present To Be Black, a virtual event featuring scenes and monologues from loc
Falcon Theatre's production of The Agitators was slated to open last March just as the COVID-19 pandemic gripped the nation, forcing the Newport company to postpone the show.
Like a similar event at Thanksgiving in Covington, the Finders Keepers Scavenger Hunt returns, this time at Valentine's Day and in Newport.
A Hebron man has had a busy week with TV star Ellen Degeneres - on both of her programs.
The following review is written by James Dady, a contributor to The River City News
Mentoring Plus announced its second annual music festival as a part-live, part-virtual event.
The arts fund named in honor of a Covington riverfront development pioneer and local philanthropist awarded its third annual grants.