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The May Festival’s Robert Porco Loves Cooking as Much as He Loves Singing

The director of choruses for the May Festival shares his favorite recipes online to create community he once found on stage.

Apryl Reign Is in Her Element

The well-known DJ takes on a larger role at Elementz and turns up the programming volume at the nonprofit.

Dee Felice Market in Covington Continues a Neighborhood Market Tradition

Shelly DeFelice-Nelson and her husband, Patrick Nelson, created “the perfect pantry” in a Dee Felice Café dining room.

Five Spots Where Ice Cream’s Not the Only Treat

Next time you visit these cool confectioners, grab some extra non-frozen treats while you’re enjoying a scoop.

Shelbi Nation Serves Up Prime Cuts at Wyoming Meat Market

Wyoming Meat Market Butcher Shelbi Nation knows her way around a side of beef. And she’ll share her knowledge with you.

This Paktli Foods Snack Will Bring You Joy

Seena Chriti’s Paktli Foods delivers an updated version of alegerias, a street snack from her childhood in Mexico.

How Much Has Cincinnati Changed in 20 Years?

The police killing of Timothy Thomas in April 2001 made us take a hard look at our city’s treatment of Black men. But has anything changed?

Northern Kentucky’s Taste On Elm Highlights Small Batch Products

Taste On Elm brings a wide range of chemical-free artisan products to Ludlow—including wine.

FotoFocus’s SECOND SCREENS Film Series Highlights Local Chef Recipes

Local art nonprofit FotoFocus pairs movies with recipes from local chefs in its "SECOND SCREENS: Foodie Edition" film series.

The Mother-and-Daughter Duo Behind Homestyle Restaurant TiYah’s Table

ItiYah Yisrael and Jazlyn Mason call TiYah’s Table a “blessing” and a “dream” despite the stress of launching during the pandemic.