Augusta’s Riverfest Regatta Shows Off Its River City Charm

This long-running riverfront celebration is a great way to get acquainted with the charming town of Augusta.

Asian Specialties and Deli Fare Align at Sunny Deli

A nearly hidden downtown lunch spot serves up everything from egg salad to bibimbap.

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Coffee Exchange’s Long Road Back

A June 2018 fire at Molly Malone’s in Pleasant Ridge significantly damaged the Irish pub and destroyed the Coffee Exchange next door. Putting things back the way they were is harder than it looks.

Top 5 Local Restaurant Patios

The first week of July has come and gone, and if the week is foreshadowing of the rest of the month, one thing is...

Sweets & Meats Co-Owner Kristen Bailey Has Service in Her Blood

The Mt. Washington native talks supporting her neighborhood, winning a prestigious business award, and working 19 hour shifts—while loving every second of it.

Jim Emig, of Jim Dandy’s Family BBQ, Knows a Thing or Two About Smoking Meat

After three decades in the pit, Jim Emig knows the secrets of smoking meat the right way. Heed his advice to mind your Bs and Qs.

This Sweet Wyoming Victorian Is a Bit of a Mystery

At least 11 families have called this charm-filled Wyoming Victorian home, but its original owner is lost to time.

Muhammad Munir Is an Anesthesiologist Turned BBQ Cook-Off Champ

The physician-slash-pitmaster led his team Cinci Halal BBQ to the grand prize at last year’s Kosher BBQ Fest with a little help from his patients.

Will the Reds Be Buyers or Sellers?

The team has lots of options as the trade deadline approaches, including (unfortunately) standing pat.

DangerWheel Is the Adult Big Wheel Race You Didn’t Know You Needed

Grown-ups can act like kids again during this playful fund-raiser for Pendleton.

Six Barbecue Food Trucks Worth Chasing Down

Good barbecue doesn't just come from restaurants. These smokers-on-wheels dish out their specialty items from parking places all over town.

The Latte Art Throwdown Is March Madness for Coffee Lovers

We’ve all had them: Beautiful mugs filled to the brim with lattes poured so intricately that their designs look more like pieces of art...

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NEWS + PERSPECTIVES

Coffee Exchange’s Long Road Back

A June 2018 fire at Molly Malone’s in Pleasant Ridge significantly damaged the Irish pub and destroyed the Coffee Exchange next door. Putting things back the way they were is harder than it looks.

Top 5 Local Restaurant Patios

The first week of July has come and gone, and if the week is foreshadowing of the rest of the month, one thing is...

Will the Reds Be Buyers or Sellers?

The team has lots of options as the trade deadline approaches, including (unfortunately) standing pat.

Let Amir Garrett Play!

The Reds’ reliever is dominant, fun, and exactly what’s right about baseball.

DINING

Asian Specialties and Deli Fare Align at Sunny Deli

A nearly hidden downtown lunch spot serves up everything from egg salad to bibimbap.

Top 5 Local Restaurant Patios

The first week of July has come and gone, and if the week is foreshadowing of the rest of the month, one thing is...

Jim Emig, of Jim Dandy’s Family BBQ, Knows a Thing or Two About Smoking Meat

After three decades in the pit, Jim Emig knows the secrets of smoking meat the right way. Heed his advice to mind your Bs and Qs.

The Latte Art Throwdown Is March Madness for Coffee Lovers

We’ve all had them: Beautiful mugs filled to the brim with lattes poured so intricately that their designs look more like pieces of art...

ENTERTAINMENT

Cincinnati Opera Tells the Powerful Story of the Ohio Innocence Project

“Blind Injustice” uses opera to share the stories of the wrongfully imprisoned.

A New Cincinnati Art Museum Exhibit Showcases the Kimono’s Influence on Contemporary Fashion

This summer, the Cincinnati Art Museum is featuring a new exhibit that celebrates one very specific item’s impact on the rest of the world: the kimono.

Cincinnati’s Printmaking Legacy Is Found in These Posters

An exhibition of posters at the Taft Muesuem of Art reveals our glorious printing heyday.

The Book Bus Is the Cutest Bookstore on Wheels

Melanie Moore's Book Bus is on a mission to connect kids with books they can call their own.

HOME + LIFE

Clifton’s “Peacock House” Mixes Contemporary Updates with Mid-Century-Modern Features

Designed by architect Richard Peacock and built in 1970, the home has gone by the nickname the “Peacock House” ever since.

This Sweet Wyoming Victorian Is a Bit of a Mystery

At least 11 families have called this charm-filled Wyoming Victorian home, but its original owner is lost to time.

Style Counsel: Shaheen Miro Shops the Whole Store to Create a Look That Inspires a Feeling

Artist Shaheen Miro studied fashion design and talks about the way clothes can inspire confidence--or mask our true selves.

The ‘Gordon House’ in Mt. Adams Offers Stellar Panoramic Views

This 1983 contemporary home is known simply as the Gordon House for its only owner to date.

BABY AND BEYOND

Founder of Cincy Dads Group Is Proud to Be a Stay-at-home Dad

Name: Brock Lusch Kids: Hezekiah (5), Ruby (3) Extracurricular claim to fame: Founder of Cincy Dads Group The skinny on "staying home": I told my wife from...

Social Media Versus Physical Activity: #gtramp Offers Both

Can kids teach themselves how to do a back flip on the trampoline by watching a video on Instagram or YouTube? How about a...

Eight Local Spaces Accessible for Kids with Special Needs

  The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati TCTC is offering its third season of sensory-friendly shows, including minimized effects, show preparation materials, and more, designed for autistic...

Local Parents Weigh in on the Pros and Cons of Homework in Schools

Although research suggests a positive correlation between home- work and student achievement, it’s negligible in lower grades. Parents may want to use research on...

WEDDING

Four Local Bakeries That Take Cake to the Next Level

Cake is a perfect dessert staple at almost any celebration, but it's also an opportunity to showcase culinary creativity. These four local shops take...

This Is What it Looks like When Robin Wood’s Two Daughters Get Married

Sadie Steller and Libby Mock have always been close. Born just 19 months apart, the sisters are best friends and have experienced many of life’s milestones together. So when they set their wedding dates for just three months apart—Libby’s was June 11, 2016, and Sadie’s was September 3, 2016—it felt natural to plan their weddings side-by-side.

Ms. Married Lady: Food Bandits, Dress Code, and Who’s Paying?

It seems the theme of this issue’s column is “how not to cause an irrevocable rift in your family while planning your wedding.” Fun!

Five Bachelor Party Tips from a Serial Groomsman

Over the past 18 months, I’ve attended 12 weddings (three as a groomsman) and five bachelor parties. (Yes, I nearly wept over a recent credit card bill.) Through those experiences, I’ve discovered certain dos and don’ts about the art of groomsman-ing.