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Are You Ready for the Second Biennial Cincinnati Neighborhood Games?

The competition starts July 21 after a bicycle torch relay and Washington Park parade of neighborhoods.

On the Market: A Tiny Mid-Century Modern Gem in Finneytown

In the densely wooded Congress Run Creek “neighborhood," there are no sidewalks; everything here is connected simply by the creek itself.

Matthew Kelly is on a Mission to Bring People Back to the Catholic Church

Bestselling author, business consultant, and public speaker Matthew Kelly has built a successful brand, but his real calling is bringing people back to the Catholic Church.

On The Market: A Thoroughly Modern Villa in West Chester

European touches and fantastic outdoor spaces abound at this home.

On The Market: A Six-Bedroom Stunner in Watch Hill

With its multi-acre lots and sprawling stone-trimmed estates, Mt. Washington’s Watch Hill is one of Cincinnati’s more picturesque pockets.

This Mt. Adams Revamp Took Cues from Architectural History

To say the current homeowners gutted this circa 1865 building is an understatement.

We’re Peachy Keen on this Northside Victorian

Lisa Meeks didn’t buy this 1885 Northside house because it was cute. She didn’t buy it because she saw potential in it, either.

Bail Bondsman: Best Friend or Worst Enemy?

Like a spider monkey with a taser.

The University of Cincinnati’s Changing Landscape

Is UC's campus still an architectural darling?

On the Market: A Bungalow on the Banks of the Ohio River

The 1923 Crafstman-style home is reminiscent of the house in Disney’s Up—an enchanting holdout from Covington’s past, despite all that’s happened around it.