Big Ideas Ever since Messrs. Procter and Gamble got the notion to turn slaughterhouse fat into soap, Cincinnatians have been bursting with bright ideas. Electric cars for cleaner air? Genetic tests for medical care? Better living through frog foam? We're working on it. Click here to download the digital edition for $4.99. For web exclusive videos and extra content, click here to go to our Web Exclusives page.
Ribbit, Ribbit Weird, funny, offensive, outrageous—WEBN has never been just a radio station. It was Frog Nation, a rock and roll trailblazer and guardian of our collective wise-ass, up-yours civic identity. So what the f@#* happened, man? By Jack HeffronHogs Gone Wild They're huge, they're hungry, and the only way to stop 'em is to bring home the bacon. Coming soon to a suburb near you: the feral hogs of southern Ohio. By Jene Galvin
Frontlines CSO fans, get ready to love LouisInside Information Laura Vikmanis: behind the cheerDr. Know Your QC questions answeredMusic The country-tinged R&B soul of Justin Townes EarleQ&A Tim O'Brien, author of The Things They Carried, on writing war novelsPolitics Red Dog/Blue Dog, by Chuck Sambuchino
Necessities Carole Tanenbaum's jewelry collection is an embarrassment of richesThe Address 60 E. Sharon Rd., GlendaleHomegrown Steven Oder's pedal powerStyle Counsel The Kennedy-era, post-grunge style of Michael AltmanMarket Watch Noble Denim jean-mappingEscape Gee, Mr. Wizard—we're going to a science museum!
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Dining Out 360, CovingtonWeeknight Next Chapter, Mt. AdamsFine Diving Z's Café, FlorenceAt the Table The Tao of Walter Coman, line cookNaked Lunch Short rib grilled cheese at Moerlein Lager House, downtownOn Tap Local brewery tap roomsRestaurants A selective guide to the dining scene around town. Search the full list online
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