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Maier is photography’s current mystery girl.
Swiss photographers Onorato and Krebs take pictures they don’t believe in.
The most celebrated and lampooned painting in American history comes to town for the first time.
A boisterous journey to the story’s tragic end, with plenty of dancing.
The 13th annual edition of the festival takes place at a dozen-plus participating venues.
When Keith Josef Adkins got interested in his ancestry, he made a play that imagines a world few of us have even considered.
This group of images ponders cinematic approaches to time from the perspective of still photography.
Sherry makes chic, candy-colored contemporary images of deserts and rock formations.
Bengals punter Kevin Huber is truly a hometown product.
There’s good reason to meet there—and it’s not the arch.
Chad Johnson is nervous.
Perpetual second chances seem to have finally paid off.
The so-called Cradle of Coaches demands lofty expectations from the moment a coach takes the stage at the introductory press conference.
Sixty-four flashing lights may help prevent concussions–and improve performance on the field.
Just how far have the Bearcats come?
The starting running back at Thomas More College has some professional aspirations.
Can Tommy Tuberville lead UC to the Promised Land of major-conference money?
It wasn’t meant to be a football powerhouse.
Elder pregame festivities will occasionally feature the scent of boiled lobster.
Checking in with the godfather of Cincinnati prep football.
Football players take hits with forces as high as 100 Gs—a measurement of acceleration felt as weight. Bodies are jarred. Brains slosh inside skulls. And the more the brain sloshes, the higher the likelihood of concussion.
The Pride of La Salle Marching Band
A rivalry that has long divided Anderson Township.
This rivalry, a backbone of Cincinnati high school football, dates to the early 1920s.
Fairfield seniors go beyond the traditional spirit wear.
The home of the Wildcats has four fryers going every Friday night.
It was at Boone County High School where a young Shaun Alexander first showcased his record-shattering ability.
Colerain High School was poised to win its first state championship in 1995.
A non-fan learns proper stance from a few good 6-year-olds.
You better be aggressive (B-E aggressive) if you want to land a spot on the Mason Comets cheerleading squad.
St. X’s name change from Conquistadors to Bombers—switched around 1940—has been credited to everything.
It’s easy to forget that the catalyst for legendary Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach’s career occurred in a Purcell High School uniform
An oral history of the Cincinnati Bengals’ fabled 1988 Superbowl season.
He’s tailored his own path to Paris.
One verdant way to rework a crumbling, century-old structure.
And you thought chili was all our city has to offer.
Skip campus and head to the eclectic shops on Ludlow to get schooled in effortless style.
Climbing the steps of Cincinnati isn’t just for Good Friday.
The next chapter in super-store sushi takeout.
Beyond the orange barrels awaits the perfect patty.
Greenberg speaks about human folly and the last of a species.
Authentic Mexican-Caribbean coastal cuisine, with a side of aventura.
Spice up your daily caffeine routine with a beverage that’s been proclaimed “the IPA of coffee drinks.”
Jeremy Luers’s German-Italian mashup modernizes a former men’s club.
Prepping for the return of Metrobot, yesterday’s toy of tomorrow.
Crackers with a cause.
A building called Arnold, parking, and the other Big Red Machine.
The saga of Miami University scholar Karen Dawisha and her revelatory new book on Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
The judge everybody talks about but nobody knows.