Building a personal brand is a thankless job. But only if you forget to thank yourself.
Chef Michael Ly's latest venture skillfully offers up the continent’s delights without drifting into culinary cover-band territory.
It’s 5,800 miles from Lagos, Nigeria, to the Queen City. The path top college football prospect Prince Sammons took to get here was way longer, and anything but safe.
The Cincinnati Ballet brings the classic tale to life with the aid of brand new sets, updated costumes, elegant choreography, and a few humorous twists.
Gifts guaranteed to impress.
February 3, 2016J. Kevin WolfeComments
Leave room for dessert.
January 7, 2016J. Kevin WolfeComments
It’s pretty hard to pick up a carry-out meal at Jean-Paul’s Paradiso without being tempted to grab tomorrow’s breakfast and lunch as well.
November 30, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
Belly up to the Madison’s counter (inside Madison Bowl) for incredible omelettes, pancakes light enough to defy gravity, and chicken wings.
November 3, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
This Walnut Hills café serves up textbook examples of Americana classics.
October 1, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
While Yat Ka Mein does a fine job with Japanese udon soup and pad Thai, owner Clarence Chan's heart and soul lies with regional dishes from his native Hong Kong.
September 1, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
If scorched earth is not the heat index you generally associate with Mediterranean food, then you’ve never tried the spicy gyro at Baba’s Shawarma Grill.
July 30, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
"Never underestimate meat smoked out back."
July 14, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
In the new-fangled fast food world where they wrap up steam table-simmered Mexicali food and purport to call it “fresh,” Ena’s Jerkmania could have high hopes for catching on.
May 31, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
All hail ye olde sandwich shoppe.
May 3, 2015J. Kevin WolfeComments
Restaurant resurrection seldom succeeds, but when it does, it's a story worth telling.
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By J. Kevin Wolfe
Maybe your idea of adventure is a grueling uphill run—or maybe it’s stargazing from a seated position. Either way, we’ve found something for you.
From tricked-out Bloody Marys to sushi-making lessons, we rounded up the best food of 2015.
Whether you’re looking for a handmade wallet, some on-trend earrings on the cheap, or just a sit-down with a shop cat, our list will fix you up.
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