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Cincinnati In The News
A rare print of the Declaration of Independence has been in the Cincinnati History Museum's collection for 140 years but will be being displayed in public for the first time at the Cincinnati Museum Center, The New York Times explains in its Arts section. The Museum Center fills in the details.
Paste Magazine notes that people in-the-know about street art head for Brooklyn, Berlin and Bristol to see work by the best-known artists, but "there are more and more destinations where you can see work by both artists local to the area and the bigger names" — including Cincinnati.
A new Rent.com study finds Cincinnati is the 10th best U.S. city for college grads to start out their careers and lives. The top three are Washington, D.C.; Minneapolis-St. Paul; and Denver.
Cincinnati's annual Constella Festival of Music & Fine Arts (April 8-19) is called "the festival that's challenging the misconceptions of classical music" in a preview article published in Huffington Post's Arts & Culture section.
MusicNOW, celebrating its 10th year in March in OTR, gets a nice shout-out in The New York Times' preview of 2015 music festivals around the U.S.
HuffPost Arts & Culture has published what it calls "Your Definitive Guide to Going to the Opera," with tips about which operas to see, what to wear, etc. and photos of the top U.S. opera companies, including Cincinnati Opera.
Vanity Fair's February issue includes a quick interview with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Music Director Louis Langree, who explains how how he's gotten comfortable in Cincinnati, far from his French homeland.
The Eater website is running "Classics Week" with stories on dozens of iconic dishes and recipes from around the U.S., including "How Camp Washington's Chili-Topped Spaghetti Became Cincinnati Legend."
Cincinnati-based Bach and Boombox declassifies the classics, mixing the Beastie Boys with Beethoven.
Two University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music alumni have roles in the hit film "Gone Girl." Dawn Swiderski (BFA Theatre Design & Production, 1989) was the film’s art director, and actor Cooper Thornton (MFA Dramatic Performance, 1992) played the role of Dr. Benson.
Long known for its industrial past, the city is getting new life from craft breweries, bold new restaurants and a major neighborhood transformed.
Taking a page from The Colbert Report's sporadic Better Know a District Congressional interview feature (but minus the satiric intent), American Theatre has inaugurated a new series to introduce the national theatre audience to a different theatre every other week, starting with Cincinnati's Know Theatre.
won a Silver Medal for tone at the Violin Society of America’s International competition in September
CraftBeer.com hosts the exclusive online premiere of "Art & Craft: A Tale of Beer and Brushes," a video created by LEAPFrame to document Keith Neltner's and Artworks' Brewery District mural.
PAR Projects is building a home for arts education and programming in Cincinnati's Northside