Built in 1957 by local boy Walter W. Cordes, the museum contained everything from ancient Native American arrowheads to birds John James Audubon himself had stuffed to a laser light show that transpired under the planetarium dome.
Designed by Henry Hobson Richardson in 1884, it sat at the southwest corner of Fourth and Vine until 1911, when a grease fire on the top floor burned the whole thing down.
For a long time, Ivory soap was just one of many bar soaps sold by Procter & Gamble. The big seller in the early decades of the 1900s was “P and G White Naphtha Soap,” nicknamed “Blind Pig Soap” for reasons we shall examine.
Thanks to the Cincinnati Museum Center, airport visitors can now peek into one of Powel Crosley’s bygone creations—his personal 1951 Crosley Super Station Wagon—which will be on display in the baggage claim area though late 2018.
Once anchored along the Newport side of the Ohio were the floating studios of iconic jazz station WNOP-AM 740.
From a hard-nosed, First-Team All-Alantic Xavier grad to a superhero in the eyes of his European fanbase
Old man winter may have returned for yet another encore, but really, it’s time to emerge from hibernation.
The proceeds of the album will be put towards an ownership share for the planned Apple Street Market co-op in Northside, to be donated to a local low-income family.
The theaters advertised them as “Tableaux Vivants.” If you weren’t snooty enough to use French, you called them “Living Pictures.”
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For 30 Years, Tim Goldsmith has exhibited an eye for the finer things.
Warning, Francophiles: Once you step inside The French Rendezvous, you may never want to leave.
Twelve-foot ceilings, door-sized windows, and original white marble fireplace surrounds offer a peek into late 1800s domestic life.
“I’m not ready to give up the street side of me. That’s very important to me, that’s who I am. That’s just as important as the professional side.”
Many letterpress printers use lead or wood type, and give the page a mere kiss of ink so as not to damage it, but Rachel Hetzel’s designs start on the computer and then become photo polymer that she uses to print cards on one of her vintage Heidelberg or Vandercook letterpresses.
The Covington shop joins West Pike street neighbors like flow, a shop for men (and its in-store barbershop, Cutman) and woodworking boutique Grainwell in a neighborhood whose transformation is taking lots of locals by surprise.
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Sponsored Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
In the newly expanded Early Learning Program at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, kids learn through play—the best way.
These little guys always say the right thing.
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