JULY 2022

Blue Ice Cream Is Always a Treat

You don’t have to pay amusement park prices to get a taste of this Cincinnati classic.

48 Hour Film Project Returns From Pandemic Hiatus

The competition celebrates creativity as teams spend a single weekend writing, shooting, and editing a short film. 

Our Cincinnati Weekend Picks: June 30–July 4

Celebrate your holiday weekend right with these fun Greater Cincinnati events.

Get On The Green Team

A surprisingly vast array of experts across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are ready, willing, and able to help you go green.

It’s Not Too Late to Join Your Library’s Summer Reading Program

These local library programs are the perfect summer escape without having to leave the Queen City.

Closing the College Education Gap

The national Moon Shot for Equity project addresses disparities in education equity. Local schools are getting on board.

Independence Day Fireworks to Light Up Your Night

Make your 2022 Independence Day one to remember with these Cincinnati firework shows, perfect for a family night out on the town. There’s also food, live music and even roller coasters to enjoy while you wait for the sun to go down.

Does FC Cincinnati Suddenly Have Depth?

A big opportunity awaits tonight as a tired group of defending MLS champs from New York visit TQL Stadium.

Full Steam Ahead for This Walworth Junction Home

This contemporary four-story home in a coveted East End development has views for days—and an elevator to take you to the top. 

The Cool School

Diana Osborn calls herself a “reluctant” homeschooler, but her Leaves of Learning has grown into a new kind of educational institution, one where going slow and following the student has really taken root.

Surprise! The Reds Have Another Breakout Rookie Pitcher

Graham Ashcraft has come out of nowhere to steal the spotlight from rookie phenoms Hunter Greene and Nick Lodolo so far this season.

Women and Their Doctors Found Many Pregnancy Solutions in Old Cincinnati

Abortions were an open secret and a life-threatening procedure during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Talk the Trades With These Pathway Programs

Kentucky’s Enzweiler Building Institute provides an intro to the trades for both high school students and adults.

This West End Airbnb Is the Perfect Summer Staycation

Entertainment spaces and luxe amenities abound at this historic West End home-turned-Airbnb rental.

Manuel Iris Gives Language to Emotions

The Cincinnati writer is a finalist for the 2022 Ohioana Book Awards for his bilingual collection of poetry.

Smale Riverfront Park Is Good, Old-Fashioned Summer Fun

This Cincinnati park is a jewel at the city’s front door—right on the banks of the Ohio River.

Five LGBTQ+ Bars, Lounges, and Nightclubs to Celebrate Pride

Even beyond the month of June, Cincinnati pride runs deep. LGBT-friendly bars and nightclubs are not just the perfect place to let loose this weekend, but all throughout the year.

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