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Cincinnati Between The Wars: The Photos of Nelson Ronsheim
Nelson Ronsheim was an artist, an ad man, and a photographer with a great eye whose little-known but exquisite black-and-white images captured the ways Cincinnati changed between the wars.
Land of the Lost and Found
Call it Indiana Jones and the Mariemont Crusade. After slogging from the Amazon to Siberia to Wyandot County studying the effects of climate change on ancient man and animals, Ken Tankersley has come home to save the serpent mounds of the Little Miami River Valley—and preserve the memory of the man who first discovered them.
In the Know
Speakeasy: Andrew Hungerford
Harvey Lewis is a Badwater veteran
We checked in with three-time Badwater veteran (and School of Creative and Performing Arts teacher) Harvey Lewis to learn how he goes the distance.
Why Isn't This Man Smiling?
City Hall was designed to be a fortress, so it’s good at keeping things hidden. For example: What life with Mayor John Cranley is really like.
The Horse Latitudes
The new Belterra Park turned River Downs into a “racino.” Is this the future of racing.
Our Nimble Lass
Back in March, a few of us here at the magazine got e-mails from friends who had seen an intriguing item listed on eBay. “1930s stripper/dancer scrapbook—Cincinnati,” the posting announced, “Jean Harlow’s double.” So we bought it. But who was she?
How I (Finally) Learned to (Stop Whining and) (sort of) Tolerate (Cincy’s Infamous) Chili
A halfhearted (but sincere!) defense of the ethnic junk food America loves to hate.
Kostya Kennedy went looking for the once and future Hit King and brought back a deep, nuanced portrait of a fallen sports hero stuck in limbo. A conversation with the author on what we think of Pete Rose now.
An oral history of The Beast
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