Major Leaguers will let their personalities and passions shine during Players Weekend, a newly created event taking place during all MLB games scheduled between August 25th-27th, it was announced today by Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Throughout July and August, Circle Tail, Inc. will be the charity honoree of the Liberty Center Foundation’s Change for Charities program where a portion of parking meter proceeds at Liberty Center benefit local non-profits.
In an era when the longest college basketball winning streak belongs to a women’s team and the U.S. National women’s soccer team has gold medals and World Cup titles that the men’s team can only dream about, it might seem unimaginable that American athletics wasn’t always this way.
ArtWorks is seeking Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky-based creative business owners and entrepreneurs that offer creative services or artisan goods to apply for the fourth annual ArtWorks Big Pitch presented by U.S. Bank, a mentorship program and pitch competition for established creative businesses.
Want a job in the arts? A new national report shows which states give you the best chance of landing the job you want in the creative field. And the report shows the economic importance of the arts as employers. It’s the first time the report has been segmented by state and a useful tool for state leaders.
About 2,000 American women and an estimated 3,500 globally have been diagnosed with LAM or lymphangioleiomyomatosis, a progressive and deadly rare lung disease which affects women during the prime of their lives. One in 10 Americans is affected by a rare disease, and there are 7,000 rare diseases with only 500 having a known treatment.
Representatives of Film Cincinnati, including Kristen Schlotman, executive director, will be leaving Wednesday for the Cannes Film Festival in support of Cincinnati-made movies, including The Killing of a Sacred Deer, shot in the Cincinnati area last year.
ArtsWave has awarded 18 new Catalyzing Impact grants, investing $122,300 in support of a variety of arts projects and programs throughout the Greater Cincinnati region happening this summer and early fall.
When participants head for the start line this Saturday morning for the Flying Pig Toyota 10K, there’ll be youngsters sprinting and there’ll be seniors walking; there will be first-timers and there’ll be veterans. And in the middle of the group of thousands will be 10 students from the Art Academy of Cincinnati, lining up for their final project in a one-of-a-kind class called “Creative Running.”
ArtWorks is seeking Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky-based creative business owners and entrepreneurs that offer creative services or artisan goods to apply for the fourth annual ArtWorks Big Pitch presented by U.S. Bank, a mentorship program and pitch competition for established creative businesses. Applications will be accepted from April 24 until June 23 at ArtWorksCincinnati.org.
A new franchising concept in boutique fitness and hospitality events space will open in April in Rookwood Exchange. @ The LB Rookwood, located adjacent to Bravo Cucina Italiana, will offer a flexible space for boutique fitness instructors while providing a new premium rental space for hospitality events.
Last year was a record-breaking year for the Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network. Driven by the launch of Cincinnati USA’s first regional leisure tourism marketing campaign co-created with ArtsWave, the RTN’s leisure tourism initiatives delivered some of the largest historical gains in RTN history.
Taste of Cincinnati, produced by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and presented by Budweiser, will shift its 2017 location two blocks east. Taste of Cincinnati, May 27-29, will remain on Fifth Street in downtown Cincinnati and run from Main Street to Sentinel and beyond to the ramps of I-71 and Columbia Parkway.
Fernside, established in 1986, as the nation’s second oldest children's grief center, remains today a national leader in providing grief support services and outreach and education to the community and families. An affiliate of Hospice of Cincinnati, Fernside services compliment Hospice of Cincinnati's comprehensive bereavement program by addressing the unique needs of children. Fernside provides all services free of charge with the help of generous donors who support our mission.
Film Cincinnati marks its 30th anniversary in 2017 with a newly designed website (www.filmcincinnati.com) and a new partnership program to connect the community with the growing Cincinnati film industry.
Greater Cincinnati franchised new motor vehicle retailers accounted for nearly 160,000 new and used cars sold in the region in 2016, contributing $4.58 billion in retail sales and $234 million in sales tax generated into the local economy, according to a new study conducted by the Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Association (GCADA).
The TEDxCincinnati Salon Event, featuring a Happy Hour and Auditions, is back for the fourth year on March 8 at The Redmoor in Mt. Lookout. The event is the precursor to the TEDxCincinnati Main Stage Event held annually in June.
Fitbits, Apple watches and now Snapchat Spectacles are quickly helping wearable tech become the norm. Even though we all know how Google Glass panned out, these Spectacles are well, quite the spectacle.
Cincinnati has a rich history of being generous and supporting its local charities. The United Way of Greater Cincinnati has been raising funds for social services and community initiatives for more than 100 years, and ArtsWave, formerly known as the Fine Arts Fund, dates back to 1927 with the first investment made by Charles and Anna Taft to support the city’s cultural assets.