Water Power: The River Rises From dam to dam and bank to bank, an in-depth look at our great liquid asset. We hear from the folks who work on the river, explore small towns and big city development, and analyze the water in your glass. Plus: Polk Laffoon IV's meditation on the river's history, and its place in our lives. Click here to download the digital edition for just $1.99.
Cincinnati Kid: John Morris Russell The Cincinnati Pops maestro talks about the glee of conducting, conducting a Glee star, and the joy of finally getting to wear the red jacket. By Lisa MurthaThe Benefactor Martin Wade's money has gone into restaurants that boosted downtown and his deep pockets buoyed Rookwood Pottery. So why is he swimming in a sea of ill will? By Julie Irwin Zimmerman
Frontlines Ensemble Theatre lands a brainstorm of a musicalInside Information John Rozzi's big bang theoriesDr. Know Your QC questions answeredMusic The triumph of MidPoint Music FestivalQ&A Karch Kiraly on why the city digs sand volleyball
Necessities Put it in neutralIntersection OakleyMarket Watch Woody Carpenter's enamel legacyEscape The glass museums of Ohio
Editor's LetterContributorsFeedbackEducation In the Little Miami School District, failed levies have swamped the futureThe Last Detail Continuing edumacation
Dining Out Sultan's Mediterranean Cuisine, West ChesterWeeknight Pho Lang Thang, Over-the-RhineAt the Table Cincinnati E.A.T.S. is Clint Watson's social workFine Diving Goodies Barbecue, College HillTruckin' New Orleans To Go hits the roadHigh Spirits Tazza Mia's coffee meets cocktails at Japp'sRestaurants A selective guide to the dining scene around town. Search the full list online
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