As our city shrunk over five decades, it has also blossomed into a major metropolis and matured in its approach to civic challenges.
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New Sincerity Works is an aberration. There’s no endless assault of self-promotion; it’s simply a group of lifer musicians in the Cincinnati scene who know how to make music and enjoy making it together. Last month, the Mike Tittel–fronted six-piece released its third album, Wonder Lust, a synthed-up, guitar-heavy exploration of looking for love while getting older.
Thanks to a much-improved pass rush and deep secondary, the Bengals are keeping opponents in check.
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Food + Dining
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After selling a portion of her Gallatin County farm, Tricia Houston followed her passion for supporting local farmers and food, opening The Farmstand Market and Café in Union in July.
As most Mediterranean food fans know, rule number one is to come with your crew.
Bridges, the Nepalese joint occupying Melt’s former spot in Northside, pulls the transition off without a hitch.
For over-the-top hospitality and an intoxicatingly good time, I heartily recommend CWC the Restaurant.
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Life + Style
The 100-year-old home looks like it was lifted straight from a storybook.
The local nonprofit that sells salvaged building materials to the public at a deep discount.
A tip-top condo in the heart of downtown.
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.
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.