We’re all searching for silver linings. We want to believe that the disruption, uncertainty, and down time will add up to something positive in the end.
Busy working adults find Indiana Tech an ideal fit, with class schedules that allow students to take one course at a time and still make rapid progress toward a degree.
Over-the-Rhine’s newest wax bar Umber 87 combines music and eclectic art to create a relaxing environment focused on individuality and healing.
For local nail technician and artist Maggie Stewart, the COVID-19 shutdown went from being “terrifying” to an opportunity for growth.
Nick Castellanos emerges as one of the league’s best hitters and the best in the Reds’ lineup, but can the team keep him past this season?
The Western & Southern Open, Mason's signature summer tennis event, moves to New York City ahead of this year's U.S. Open.
For nearly 100 years, Mount St. Joseph University has held higher education to a higher standard—right here in Cincinnati.
With a mostly digital presence, Fat Ben’s Bakery has adapted well to the pandemic’s upending of the culinary industry, selling themed quarantine boxes.
Since 1964, Union Institute & University has specialized in providing higher education to students nationwide, with most programs that are 100% online.
The new Vine Street bar Nostalgia Wine & Jazz Lounge will serve up a rotating wine list and live jazz music in a retro setting with a modern flair.
Basketball is more than a game for referee Kelly Whelan and coach Bryan Wyant, who created Team Hughes to support Hughes High School students.
This shrimp roll recipe idea is for a creamy, seasoned shrimp roll sandwich that's simple, quick, and will leave you perfectly satisfied.
Cincinnati’s dining scene far outstrips, in breadth and quality, what you would expect. Pepp & Dolores is another fine addition to this mosaic.
This Hans Nuetzel–designed home blends the best of the ’80s with mid-century influences, and makes great use of its hillside setting.
Co-owner Brad Bernstein reopened Postmark as a bistro this week and purchased the historic Dutch’s space in Hyde Park earlier this summer.
Wright State University offers you exceptional, affordable education, and enables you to find your passion, your people, and your future.
Before 1910, Cincinnati's Asian population was extremely small and almost exclusively Chinese. Still, the city had a 30-year obsession with Japanese wedding ceremonies.
Historic elements like a Prohibition-era rathskeller and original 1890s light fixtures take center stage in Rich Graeter's East Walnut Hills home.