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Three Anti-Racism Resources for Families

White parents are responsible for teaching their children to respect and uplift black lives. Here's how to find effective anti-racist children’s books and other texts.

The Body Bakery & Co. Makes Healthy Sweets That Actually Taste Good

Personal trainer Rebecca Ward started The Body Bakery & Co. to make desserts that taste like desserts without refined sugar—really.

Chicago-Based Women’s Clothing Boutique Relocates to Mariemont

CAPSULE is a chic women's clothing boutique that owner Maura Conine recently relocated from Chicago to the Mariemont Strand.

How COVID-19 Is Affecting the Local Real Estate Market

Two local real estate agents tell us how the Cincinnati market is coping with the global shutdown following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Four Scenic Drives That You Can Enjoy From the Comfort of Your Car

Need to get out of the house? Pack up the kids, cue up a playlist, and drive to one of these scenic destinations, all of which aren't far from Cincinnati.

Local and National History Make This North Bend Manor Doubly Special

With connections to a U.S. president and a renowned Ohio naturalist, this three-story stone manor is packed with special details.

Circle Tail Helps Get Service Dogs to Those Who Need Them

The nonprofit raises, trains, and partners service and hearing dogs for people with disabilities at no charge.

Smoove Creations Turns Your Sneakers Into Original Art

Isaiah Kelly’s Smoove Creations takes regular sneakers and turns them into personalized, customized works of art for sneakerheads.

Meet the West Chester Family Featured in the Netflix Show ‘Dogs’

In the Netflix show "Dogs," Corrine Gogolewski's family shares their journey to getting a service dog from 4 Paws for Ability.

This Local Traffic Anchor Moonlights as a Kid Craft Curator

From seeding sprouts to making dinosaur eggs, try this list of low-key kid crafts selected (and tested!) by Local 12 traffic anchor Jen Dalton.