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From a creative teenager to your eclectic BFF, Cincinnati has retail and experience gifts for everyone on your list.
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Bootsy Collins brings the Christmas spirit in his own inimitable way.
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Food + Dining
When owners Nathan and Andrea Thompson opened their Eastgate Abby Girl Sweets location, it didn’t take long before they were blending cupcakes into a housemade ice cream base to create cupcake shakes.
Subtle, elegant, restrained fare—that’s sometimes too restrained—at the intersection of seafood and Italian.
After her daughter, Cami Fussey, created a coffee festival in Michigan, Ilene Ross worked with her to replicate the showcase in Cincinnati.
The prices are reasonable, the place is centrally located, and the charm of the aging character abounds.
Pretzels are all about the salt (cue up the Seinfeld gif). But if you want something a little less one-note, turn to Covington-based Yankee Doodle Deli for a roundup of creatively-seasoned pretzels called Zels.
Park the utensils for East African eats.
Overlook Lodge and Video Archive are mixing up some spiked Christmas cheer.
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Life + Style
If the sale price of this property and its short time on the market are any indication, it’s safe to say Hamilton’s resurgence is indeed going strong.
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This roomy four-bedroom Columbia-Tusculum home is tucked away from the city and surrounded by lush greenery.
Reunion has a heavy focus on military issue clothing (not surplus) dating back to World War II up through the Vietnam War.
“I have a pair of the first waffle trainers that were handmade by Bill Bowerman, the founder of Nike.”
This Montessori school teacher gets extra credit for snazzy shoes.
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Health + Wellness
Researchers at Children’s are studying how cancer spreads—and maybe how it stops.
Ami Kulkarni was operating at the highest levels of the consumer products industry. But while she was managing the public face of P&G’s global products, she was also busy learning everything she could about skin chemistry and cell biology.
The darkness and the music—we’re talking space doom; black, stoner, and atmospheric metal; drone, noise, and ambient—drown out distractions and make the whole thing deeply meditative.
Holiday cheer doesn’t have to be expensive.
When is a kids’ bookstore not just a kids’ bookstore? When it’s also a publishing house.
Logan’s and Mike’s romantic garden wedding was teeming with beautiful white blooms accented by just a hint of greenery. Their creative use of neutrals kept the theme sophisticated and was the perfect springtime color scheme.
Queen City Vignette’s 3,000-square-foot Camp Washington studio is filled with meticulously sourced furniture, knickknacks, and rugs.
From custom signage to giant standing letters, this couple celebrated their L-O-V-E in style.