Sixteen Bricks Unveils a New Line of Pastries

Founder and owner Ryan Morgan’s love of French baking tradition sparked the idea for Sixteen Bricks’s Viennoiseries.

What Does FC Cincinnati Have Left to Play For?

FCC has eight games to go in its maiden voyage in Major League Soccer, with last place a foregone conclusion. But plenty remains to accomplish.

Pay Homage to Cincinnati Music Icons With Cocktails from This New Book

"Rocktails: An Amped Up Spin on Mixology" shakes, rattles, and rolls its way to our hearts with drinks matched to classic artists.

Jose Salazar Opens Goose & Elder at Findlay Market

Salazar departs from previous restaurants with predominantly American-style comfort food at approachable prices.

A Strauss/Roush Original in East Walnut Hills Gets a Jose Garcia Update

The distinctive living room and side porch now come with a spa-like master suite and an updated kitchen.

It’s Always Sonny in Cincinnati

Sonny Gray’s return to All-Star form has been a huge win for the Reds’ front office and fans.

A Local Food Tour Embraces the Cincinnati Streetcar

Riverside Food Tours uses the Cincinnati Bell Connector to bring its guests along on a tasty ride.

The Budding Florist Keeps Its Bouquets and Arrangements Natural

Ellie Wilke’s Elm Street storefront stocks plants with a wild touch.

Remember When Cincinnati Made Celebrities Of Its Fat Men?

So fascinated was the public by feats of avoirdupois that the owners of the Cincinnati Post launched a nationwide hunt for America’s fattest man in 1914.

A Total Rehab in the Heart of Deer Park

More than 100 years old, this Deer Park house has had a complete overhaul.

Dr. Know: The Roses of OTR, Doris Day’s Proximity to King Records, and Barrier Glare Screens

The good doctor holds forth on troubling issues, including a rose garden in OTR, Doris Day's proximity to King Records, and barrier glare screens on I-74.

Wussy’s Chuck Cleaver Makes His Solo Debut at Age 60

Chuck Cleaver on his solo debut, playing music with a chronic back condition, and why he’d rather play in bands.

What You Don’t Know About Leah Stewart

The accomplished writer, with six popular novels and another on the way, champions new writers in her role as head of UC’s English department.

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NEWS + PERSPECTIVES

Three Coworking Spaces to Help You Feel Less Remote

When you need a space that's a little more professional than a coffee shop, a coworking space might be just the ticket. Here's a look inside three.

What Does FC Cincinnati Have Left to Play For?

FCC has eight games to go in its maiden voyage in Major League Soccer, with last place a foregone conclusion. But plenty remains to accomplish.

It’s Always Sonny in Cincinnati

Sonny Gray’s return to All-Star form has been a huge win for the Reds’ front office and fans.

A Local Food Tour Embraces the Cincinnati Streetcar

Riverside Food Tours uses the Cincinnati Bell Connector to bring its guests along on a tasty ride.

DINING

Sixteen Bricks Unveils a New Line of Pastries

Founder and owner Ryan Morgan’s love of French baking tradition sparked the idea for Sixteen Bricks’s Viennoiseries.

Pay Homage to Cincinnati Music Icons With Cocktails from This New Book

"Rocktails: An Amped Up Spin on Mixology" shakes, rattles, and rolls its way to our hearts with drinks matched to classic artists.

Jose Salazar Opens Goose & Elder at Findlay Market

Salazar departs from previous restaurants with predominantly American-style comfort food at approachable prices.

Metropole Executive Chef David Kelsey Jumped on the Chance to Return to Cincinnati

The restaurant’s new executive chef returns to Cincinnati with a focus on interesting proteins, but says he’s not trying to reinvent the wheel.

CULTURE

Pay Homage to Cincinnati Music Icons With Cocktails from This New Book

"Rocktails: An Amped Up Spin on Mixology" shakes, rattles, and rolls its way to our hearts with drinks matched to classic artists.

Wussy’s Chuck Cleaver Makes His Solo Debut at Age 60

Chuck Cleaver on his solo debut, playing music with a chronic back condition, and why he’d rather play in bands.

What You Don’t Know About Leah Stewart

The accomplished writer, with six popular novels and another on the way, champions new writers in her role as head of UC’s English department.

What Do George Remus, Pete Rose, and Maria Longworth Storer Have in Common?

They're featured in recent books that reveal different sides of their outsize stories.

HOME + LIFE

A Strauss/Roush Original in East Walnut Hills Gets a Jose Garcia Update

The distinctive living room and side porch now come with a spa-like master suite and an updated kitchen.

The Budding Florist Keeps Its Bouquets and Arrangements Natural

Ellie Wilke’s Elm Street storefront stocks plants with a wild touch.

A Total Rehab in the Heart of Deer Park

More than 100 years old, this Deer Park house has had a complete overhaul.

Sidney Cherie Studio Creates Jewelry That is Wearable Art

Sidney Cherie Studio’s earrings, necklaces, and rings are inspired by poetry and sound wave patterns.

BABY AND BEYOND

Nine Best Babymoon Spots All over the World

Ever since Kanye whisked a pregnant Kim off to Paris in 2013, the babymoon—a last-hurrah couple’s trip before baby arrives—has gone from celeb luxury...

Rediscover These Recently Upgraded Local Family-focused Hangouts

Blue Manatee One of Cincinnati’s longest-running independent bookstores and a beloved spot for local parents, Blue Manatee closed its doors temporarily in January. But worry...

Why Rock Climbing Facilities Will Be Your Family’s next Go-to Outing

If your kids are bouncing off the walls, maybe it’s time to take them to walls sanctioned for scaling—that is, those at a rock...

Your Toddler’s Gross Habits Are Actually a Normal Part of Growing Up

If you're the parent of a toddler, chances are your kid does something that grosses you out. Picks their nose and eats it? Licks...

CINCINNATI WEDDING

The Confetti Room is OTR’s Newest Instagram-Worthy Venue

Perfect for rehearsal dinners and baby showers, the 1,600-square-foot customizable event space can accommodate 75 seated or 100 standing guests.

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!