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A Pleasant Ridge Tudor with Stained Glass Windows on Orchard Lane

Orchard Lane is one of Pleasant Ridge’s most coveted streets. Looking at this tudor, it’s easy to understand why.

What Is It Like to Be Rosie Red? Amy Burgess Knows

Amy Burgess always expected to perform in front of crowds. (She majored in theater at Miami University, after all.) She just didn’t plan on doing it in a 25-pound suit at Great American Ball...

Experience Unique Dining at These Local Pop-Up Dinner Events

Craving an intimate, one-of-a-kind dining experience? Try these exclusive pop-up dinner events while you still can. LIVING BREATHING KITCHEN This month, Chef Robert Castañeda’s traveling pop-up serves culturally diverse courses at the Samuel Adams taproom in...

What’s Next: 2 Cincinnati Magazine Events You Won’t Want to Miss

We're back with Cincinnati Magazine's Events Manager Sloane Scheuer to chat about two upcoming events: Spring Savor Series (April 22-26) and Kentucky Cocktail Party (May 3).

Top Five Local Destinations for Retro Gamers

Whether you’re looking for a date night with arcade cabinets or a place to find an old Atari or Nintendo console to hook up and relive childhood memories, the Queen City has you covered...

Reconsidering the Meaning Behind the House I Grew up In

I haven’t seen Mr. and Mrs. Eismann in decades, but as soon as they answer the door I am 10 years old again, coming to play with their daughter Darlene, my childhood best friend....

This Latin-Fusion Spot Pumps Out Flavor in Over-the-Rhine

Some days could use more reggaeton and plantains. Scratch that. All days could use more reggaeton and plantains. Particularly when the latter is crisp, salted, and served with red snapper and shrimp ceviche or...

An East Walnut Hills Drawing Center Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary

It was a Thursday night, early 2000s, in a back room of Xavier University’s art building. Nearly 20 people gathered, students and otherwise, for a weekly open-figure drawing session. Jason Franz, now the executive...

Give Your Brunch a Southern Twist in Over-the-Rhine

Among an expansive brunch menu of clever Southern takes on breakfast classics, none feel quite as quintessential as LouVino’s eggs benedict. Why mess with tradition, you might ask? Probably because the origins of eggs...

The Cincinnati Reds’ Offseason Was on the Mark

Wait, what just happened? The last time we got together here at the Cincinnati Magazine website, the Cincinnati Reds had just polished off a fourth consecutive season of 90-plus losses, and things were pretty...