Jean Dowell was a ground-breaking athlete and collegiate basketball coach. Now, with an unlikely second act (and a guitar), she is bringing it all back home.
Cincinnati’s condemned building list is getting attention from local preservationists trying to hold back the tide of demolitions.
School is back in session, but that doesn’t mean you can’t throw down on the weekends. Leave the kids with a sitter and sip some of Cincy’s finest craft brews at these upcoming festivals.
When it comes to solar eclipses, Cincinnati has had the worst luck.
Instead of demolition, these partners look to renovate and revive.
They can do everything for you right here, under one roof, without all the corporate red tape. All while you browse for T-shirts and hats.
Small city, big scene. Exhibit A: Cincy Brew Ha-Ha.
Not quite ready to quit the #easylivin’ of Summer in the city? The end of the season sees the best of our food-craft-music circuit.
On August 21, the first total solar eclipse of the 21st century will cross over the continental United States. Here’s where to experience the most exciting two minutes in astronomy.
The life, times, and pickled garlic of Alan Kiger.
“When Cincinnati needs answers about things from the ’60s that were weird, gigantic, and hazy, all roads lead to Jim Tarbell.”
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Food + Dining
Never underestimate the significance, not to mention the longevity, of the neighborhood watering hole.
His company, Smooth Nitro Coffee, opened its first brick-and-mortar shop downtown in May.
“Rarely am I impressed by the effects of molecular gastronomy, but there’s always an exception: Bravo, Middle Fork.”
B.J. Kim is the sauce whisperer.
Whether you lean toward tart and fruity or lawn jockey macho (or somewhere in between), crack one of these open and savor it while you can—like summer, they won’t be around much longer.
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Life + Style
The local nonprofit that sells salvaged building materials to the public at a deep discount.
A tip-top condo in the heart of downtown.
Netflix and chill, minus the Netflix.
Laser cutting. Computer Modeling. Three dimensions. A new age of design is upon us.
“It’s OK to hit the reset button. Having an experimental approach—saying ‘I don’t have to nail it the first time’—helps you zero in on what you enjoy.”
Venturing around the world from a cool OTR shop.
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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.
Summer nights call for summer movies, and the city has some fun outdoor (and air-conditioned) screening options this week.
Because everyone knows that taking kids to restaurants is the worst.
Whether you’re tired of the humidity, still sunburned from your last outing, or Mother Nature decided today was not a good park day, give one of these indoor playgrounds a try for a change. 1. Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park Exercise and fun don’t have to be different from each other here. A building filled with […]
The focal point at Amanda’s and Alex’s Indiana wedding was the outdoors. Their fall event was whimsical and enchanted, as if straight from the forest, with rich florals and wood accents.
The Venue at Urban Artifact is our wedding scene’s best kept secret.
Tess and David held their reception at the Rookwood, the same bar where they had their first date.