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Reds Fans Need Some Relief, Literally

A bullpen full of journeymen relievers, disappointments, and injuries might well keep Cincinnati from contending for the playoffs this season. Will ownership seek help on the trade market?

The Free Setters Taught Cincinnati How to Party

For 50 years the male fellowship club had no rules, fake elections, weird nicknames, a secret password, and one female member. Its annual beefsteak dinners were a sensation.
June 2021

MORTAR Partners with P&G and Kroger to Give Business Owners A Boost

MORTAR Cincinnati partners with P&G and Kroger to expand its Entrepreneurship Academy to business-to-business entrepreneurs.

Quiwi Produce’s “Sip and Seed” Parties Help Your Garden Grow

Nadia Ruffin wants to connect you to the land, and she uses agriculture as a means of empowerment for children and adults.

This $1.2 Million Hyde Park Home Has the Backyard of Our Dreams

Formerly the home of Cincinnati architect Thomas Wiggers, this Mid-Century Modern home is a Hyde Park gem.

Five Date Ideas for a Sun-and-Fun-Filled Summer in the City

From bicycling adventures to “roll of the dice” dates, grab your partner and get outside on one of these Cincinnati dates.

Photographer Tina Gutierrez Found Her Community

Gutierrez says she and her husband have “formed strong friendships within the local music and FotoFocus communities.”

Artist Susannah Tisue Wanted to Own Her Space

“The space we’re in now, a theater building from 1910, is a place we wouldn’t have been able to own in New York.”
JUNE 2021

Urban Consulate’s Liberation Story Premieres on CET This Weekend

The television special Liberation Story delves into what true liberation means in a time where many are still not free from oppression.

Country Music Up-and-Comer Raleigh Keegan Is Still Thirsty for Some Cincinnati Favorites

In tribute to his new single “Drink to That,” Raleigh Keegan sat down with us to reminisce about a few of his favorite hometown places to go for a drink—and a bite to eat.