Receivers Mohamed Sanu and Greg Little both made major contributions in the Bengals win over the Ravens.
Stop in and pick up a loaf of Blue Oven bread, a jar of Fab Ferments kraut, Mt. Kofinas olive oil, farm eggs, and plenty of other local products, including a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Paul Brown didn’t buy a football franchise—he created it. The stubborn, standoffish style of his progeny? That’s all part of keeping it in the family.
Cincinnati's homegrown indie pop band released their new single, "Shut Up and Dance," with a little help from their friends.
You may balk at the price, but this penthouse loft at the Reserve at 4th & Race is undeniably one of the coolest living spaces on the market.
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The Indianapolis Museum of Art just world premiered a Roy Lichtenstein sculpture.
September 27, 2014
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One of the best accessories for any look.
By Baihley Grandison
Shearling is big this fall—and no, we don’t just mean fluffy.
“Waxed cotton is back, but cleaned up with a slimmer fit,” says Darrell. “Brands like Filson and Apolis have constructed some great workwear-inspired garments.”
“I go for sleek, clean, form-fitting pieces in muted tones.”
“You want pieces that will stand the test of style and quality over the years.”
We sat down with denim savant Chris Sutton, founder of Noble Denim, for insight on all things jeans.
Tips for the best necklace-layering balance.
Need a music festival fix to get you through the cold months? The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has a solution through January.
By Caroline Cunningham
What Rosemary Clooney, Princess Diana, and really tiny chairs have in common. Go to Maysville, Kentucky, for some seriously amazing miniatures.
Yes, Detroit has her problems. But entertaining guests is not one of them.
By Cait Barnett
Enjoy the season while it lasts. First stop: Hocking Hills.
By Alyssa Konermann
Frankenmuth, Michigan, is unmistakably German with its steeply-pitched rooflines, half-timbering, and soaring turrets.
Go behind the scenes at the factory where the iconic stand mixer has been built since 1908.
One verdant way to rework a crumbling, century-old structure.
September 9, 2014
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By Sarah Mullins
You’ll remember why they used to call us “The Queen of the West.”
It took two years and tons of elbow grease to convert this 10,000-square-foot church into a home.
By Lisa Murtha
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