Does it profit a neighborhood to gain the world but lose its soul? A close look at what the gentrification of Over-the-Rhine has wrought.
Once the city was his rock and roll oyster and Short Vine the pearl. Now, this Godfather of American garage rock splits his time between the Southwest and traveling the world with Barrence Whitfield & The Savages. Kicking out the jams never sounded so good.
Welcome autumn and take in some nature with these killer hiking trails.
The defensive back and the tiger.
Leaving the Reds 2015 season behind.
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Climb and kayak your way through the woods—or find solitude up in the trees.
Go for: An all-inclusive, action-packed trip with the kids—or a luxury-filled escape from them.
This small-but-mighty northern Michigan city has a few key things going for it: Two distinct tourist seasons, an established winery scene, and a solid craft beer game. And then there’s the water.
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For nearly a decade, Lilly Burdsall has been stocking all classes at Cincinnati State’s Midwest Culinary Institute, overseeing the purchase and use of upwards of $1 million of food each year—that’s one heck of a grocery bill.
From coffee to caramels, chips to nuts, we share a few favorites from our Cincinnati Magazine snack drawer stashes.
There are more than 7,500 known apple cultivars, and on a gentle slope facing her Indian Hill home, Marsha Lindner grows about 40 of them.
Bold flavors make the trek to Haci worth it.
Praise be the chicken and biscuits.
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Occupation: Artist and pottery painting studio manager, Funke Fired Arts; Her Style: Bohemian Sprite
Civic infrastructure was once treated as art. Tim O’Grady is reviving that tradition with clay.
“When that hot towel hits your face, it’s like heaven.”
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Stained glass! Original woodwork! Porch brackets!
Did your parents get you a special wedding gift? Olivia Elizabeth Procter’s did.
Go into the woods with this five-bedroom charmer.
Get their little green thumbs dirty this season with a few special autumn offerings from the Civic Garden Center.
Weary of all the whirligigs? So is every other parent. Simplify your kid’s space with classic handmade toys that counteract the screen time juggernaut.
What’s better than trains? Trains and pumpkins.
Lilly and Nick created a picnic-like atmosphere for their rustic Italian wedding, using torches, tin lanterns, and festoon lighting to enhance the day’s intimate feel.
Looking for a cool event space filled with not-too-precious vintage furniture? Look no more.
Jessica and Abbott held their reception at the Cincinnati Country Club, where Abbott’s parents and extended family members have celebrated their weddings in years past.