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Local artists team up, support Pets in Need

Calling all pet lovers: Pets in Need of Greater Cincinnati will host its third annual fundraiser, Petcasso, on Nov. 19.

Walnut Hills High School host CSO chamber concert Oct. 18 to benefit refugees

A Walnut Hills High School (WHHS) student-led group is doing its part to educate themselves and others about refugees and their needs, while offering a helping hand and system of support.

Women craft brewers host beer tasting to benefit Women Helping Women

Amelia BEERhart: Celebrating Women in the Craft Beer Industry presents an opportunity to not only honor strong women who brew beer, but also to honor strong women who have survived domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.


Raising awareness, reducing stigma surrounding mental illness in urban communities

October 2-8 is Mental Illness Awareness Week, and one way in which the UGCNOMI is doing its part in raising awareness is through a partnership with ReelAbilities Cincinnati Film Festival.

Local civil rights advocate Dick Weiland to be inducted into Hall of Fame

On Oct. 6, the Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame will induct six new members, one of whom is a Cincinnati native and active community member.

CSO launches Friday Orange, invites patrons to experiment and engage in uniqueness

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is inviting you to reimagine your symphony experience with its new initiative — Friday Orange — an idea that stemmed from the desire to make the CSO more energetic and inviting.

Siemens, UC partner to expose students to PLM software, enhancing job readiness

University of Cincinnati engineering students will gain skills and hands-on experience, which will lead to job preparedness and a leg-up when it comes to future successes, thanks to its most recent partnership with Siemens.

Clifton Performance Theatre, home to intimate performances and youth workshops

The Clifton Performance Theatre isn't just a theater. It also serves as a place for kids to interact with and learn from actors by attending summer camps, classes and workshops.

Melodic Connections seeks funding for new storytelling podcast

Melodic Connections is known for its music therapy lessons. Now the organization is looking to start a podcast series that allows its students create an original piece of music.

CSO and Pops to share talents internationally in 2017

Next year, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops will pack their bags and take their talents on the road to 12 cities in seven countries on two continents.

Patricia Garry nationally recognized for building local communities

After receiving the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations’ top leadership award, Patricia Garry is ending her 51-year career on a high note.

The Carnegie presents affordable, engaging workshops for kids

Registration is now open for The Carnegie’s fall and early-winter ArtStop Artist Series workshops, which are aimed at kids ages 7-12 who want to engage in creative learning opportunities.

NKU student to gain hands-on business startup experience through funded UpTech internship

Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics will produce a funded intern who will gain experience in the business startup world, thanks to sponsorship from Frank Caccamo of UpTech.

Cincy set to host 28th annual Black Family Reunion

The 28th annual Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion — the only Black Family Reunion in the U.S. — will draw people together for a time of celebration and togetherness this weekend.

ReelAbilities Cincy presents creative opportunity to local filmmakers

Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival is now accepting entries from local videographers — professionals and students alike —who are interested in highlighting the lives and stories of individuals with disabilities.
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