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Duane Lundy Lends Us His Ear for Great Music

In his new guide book, the psychology professor uses 12 criteria to evaluate the best rock albums and songs of all time.

Manga Manga’s Inaugural Anime Film Festival

The festival aims to spread the love for Asian art and anime around Cincinnati.

Our Cincinnati Weekend Picks May 24-26

Taste of Cincinnati, mermaids, and Spongebob Night this Memorial Day Weekend.

The Currin Family: Keep Going

A father’s final words to his son. A son’s tragic death. The gift of grace. In the face of life’s worst moments, the Currin family manages to Keep Going.

Take a Journey on the Ohio Distillery Trail

The Cincinnati distilleries and breweries along the trail that serve up drinks and history.

Six Thoughts on FC Cincinnati’s Six-Match Winning Streak

Three wins in eight days have the Orange and Blue flying right now. Should we be concerned about peaking too early?

The Eclectic Bites of Cincy Gourmet Deli

An unassuming takeout spot by UC with a long menu of top-notch sandwiches.

The Road-Weary Reds Hit Rock Bottom

Sunday’s loss to the Dodgers was a microcosm of the season so far: decent starting pitching, struggling offense, poor relief.

Don Was Is Still Mr. Motown

The acclaimed musician, record producer, and label executive Don Was formed the Pan-Detroit Ensemble to celebrate the honest, influential music of his hometown.

Are You Listening?

All my life I’ve embraced the joys of being read to.

For Almost A Century, The Kuertz Family Guarded Hazelwood’s Natural Beauty

The eccentric game warden and his family who called the forest in Montgomery home.