You take the good, you take the bad.
Need to get the kids out of house? There are plenty of options around the Queen City that don’t include holiday smack-downs over 25% off electronics.
Today, 52 neighborhoods comprise the city of Cincinnati, from Sayler Park to Mount Washington. But there are neighborhoods that survive only in musty newspaper files and mysterious street names.
Shaky draft picks, a coaching brain-drain, and questionable roster decisions have the team playing from behind.
Sponsored Cincinnati Art Museum
This holiday season, you’ll have the opportunity to see some of the most incredible designs in contemporary fashion.
Jerry Douglas recruits an all-star band to honor the bluegrass legacy of Flatt & Scruggs.
Immigration is more than just a chapter in a textbook for some local schools.
Have all of the turkey (and pie, and wine) with none of the work.
How local construction subcontractor R&R Steel got caught paying immigrant workers way less than they were due.
“The stories of my life have been defined by a hill. Fittingly, there are seven I can’t forget.”
The wheels have officially fallen off this season. So why isn’t the team’s talented first-round pick seeing the field?
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Food + Dining
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.
Senate brings OTR cuisine to family-friendly Blue Ash.
Southern flavors season menus all over town.
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Life + Style
This three-story Amberley Village gem has all the Southern charm to transport you to warmer climes.
This house’s prime spot isn’t the only thing worth gawking at; its recent renovations have us drooling, too.
We think Frank Lloyd Wright would admire this five-bedroom, 7,471-square-foot home in Mason.
This Montessori school teacher gets extra credit for snazzy shoes.
At this Kentucky boutique, having fun looks good.
Laser cutting. Computer Modeling. Three dimensions. A new age of design is upon us.
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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.
When is a kids’ bookstore not just a kids’ bookstore? When it’s also a publishing house.
“I kept sketch pads at work when I was miserable,” says Don Clark, who graduated with an architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2003 and spent five years cooped up in cubicles. Then the recession hit, and Clark was laid off.
Summer nights call for summer movies, and the city has some fun outdoor (and air-conditioned) screening options this week.
Emily and Connor celebrated their first day as husband and wife with a daytime ceremony and reception at Ault Park Pavilion full of pink hues and delicate details.
Two expats—one American, the other Indian—found love after traveling halfway around the globe.
Ellen and Mark, both Xavier grads, celebrated their love for each other at a sweet, elegant outdoor wedding at Pinecroft Mansion at Crosley Estate.