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Yasiel Puig Is Actually Pretty Good

The Reds have a big decision to make about their star outfielder: trade, sign long-term, or let walk?

Five Local Gift Box Subscriptions You Should Know About

Whether you're gifting or treating yourself, plenty of local makers offer "of-the-month" clubs you should know about.

Covington’s Commonwealth Bistro Debuts its Rooftop Bar Yonder

The Kentucky State Park–inspired venue transports visitors to the trails with adventurous small plates and cocktails.

After Neil Armstrong Walked on the Moon, He Taught Engineering at UC

Fifty years beyond the lunar landing, the astronaut’s former students and colleagues recall another lasting legacy.

A Dutch Colonial Delight in Madisonville

Great older homes like this Dutch Center Hall Colonial have helped fuel Madisonville’s recent resurgence.

Remembering The Poetry Of Neil Armstrong

The oeuvre of Neil Armstrong, poet, is slight, consisting as it does of only two published stanzas, and that bit of doggerel clouded by controversy. On the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, here...

All Hail These Two Rib Masters

Montgomery Inn may be the Ribs King, but Walt's Hitching Post in Ft. Wright also has a strong claim on the crown. Here's the tale of the tape.

Clifton’s “Peacock House” Mixes Contemporary Updates with Mid-Century-Modern Features

Designed by architect Richard Peacock and built in 1970, the home has gone by the nickname the “Peacock House” ever since.

Augusta’s Riverfest Regatta Shows Off Its River City Charm

This long-running riverfront celebration is a great way to get acquainted with the charming town of Augusta.

Asian Specialties and Deli Fare Align at Sunny Deli

A nearly hidden downtown lunch spot serves up everything from egg salad to bibimbap.