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Celebrating 20 Years Of The Aronoff Center For The Arts

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Many credit it as a major catalyst for the revitalization of downtown, and most of us have a tough time picturing what Walnut Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets looked like before it opened its doors in 1995. The Aronoff Center for the Arts has served as home to several local arts organizations, and theatre-goers in the hundreds of thousands have enjoyed thousands of performances by local artists and touring Broadway companies there.

Joining us for a look at what The Aronoff means to Cincinnati as it celebrates its 20th anniversary are Cincinnati Arts Association President Steve Loftin and Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Van Ackerman; and Todd Duesing, director of operations for The Aronoff Center for the Arts and the Cincinnati Arts Association.