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Cincinnati State Now Offers Bachelor’s Degrees

It's an important milestone for the community college, which is drawing on its strengths to build degree programs in land surveying and culinary and food science.

Intisar Khanani’s Latest Novel Confronts Power With Compassion

Aimed at a young adult audience, Intisar Khanani's fantasy novel "Thorn" is about stolen identity, adversity, and inheritance.

Our Favorite Local Live Streams for Kids to Help Weather COVID-19

Whether you’re “social distancing,” isolating, or full-on quarantined, these local organizations can fill up your timeline with live-action lessons and fun.

Local WLWT Channel 5 Coanchors Found Love on Live TV

WLWT Channel 5 coanchors Sheree Paolello and Mike Dardis met during Mike’s job interview in 2011. Then they fell in love and married in 2019.

The Cincinnati Art Museum Has Leveled Up its Kid-Friendliness, and We’ve Noticed

The Cincinnati Art Museum has lately become an ideal family destination, with intentional offerings designed to attract art-loving families, young and old.

Le Lieu Brings Chic Shopping to Downtown’s West Fourth Street Historic District

The sister store to Hellman Clothiers in Carew Tower, Le Lieu is a women's clothing boutique that provides an intimate, thoughtful shopping experience.

Grace of India Takes Over the West Side From an Old Chili Parlor

It used to be The Chili Company, but Grace of India's palak pakora and chicken korma have replaced the three-ways and coneys.

Spruce Mobile Brings the Nail Salon to You

Book an in-home Spruce Mobile experience, and Over-the-Rhine’s wildly popular nail salon will bring the party straight to your bridal shower or bachelorette.

The Herschede Mansion Goes on the Market in North Avondale

A glorious Gilded Age jewel box with spectacular period details, it was built for jeweler and clock maker Frank Herschede and his wife Sadie.

Three 2020 Summer Camps to Sign Your Kids Up For Right Now

Just about every destination in Cincinnati, from parks to museums, offers summer camps for kids. Here are three that you can sign up for right now.