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Tableside With David Lazarus of Water Tower Fine Wines

Retail may be his legacy—yes, he’s from that Lazarus family—but the owner of Water Tower Fine Wines is stepping up his game and coming out of his family’s shadow by transforming his corner wine shop into a destination wine bar.

Tableside with Alice Chalmers, Ohio Valley Food Connection

Seeing the words seasonal and local a little more? Alice Chalmers’s food sourcing and delivery system, Ohio Valley Food Connection, is making it easier for farmers to get their fresh produce onto menus across town.

Travel Kentucky Countryside By Train at the Kentucky Railway Museum

There's an exhibit, sure. But there are also themed train excursions on weekends. Mystery Theater, anyone?

Tableside With Stephani Shepherd-Syfax, A.J. Green’s Personal Chef

The former college athlete and MasterChef competitor has never shied away from a challenge.

Tableside with Lilly Burdsall

For nearly a decade, Lilly Burdsall has been stocking all classes at Cincinnati State’s Midwest Culinary Institute, overseeing the purchase and use of upwards of $1 million of food each year—that’s one heck of a grocery bill.

Tableside with Francisco Alfaro

West side native and former Salazar sous chef Francisco Alfaro briefly stepped away from the stove before taking the lead role at Mita’s, Jose Salazar’s latest venture, which opened August 10. His “break” consisted...

Get Lost: Three Ohio Corn Mazes

Let the games begin: These are as much challenging as child-friendly. Plus there are goats! And cider!

A Different Planet

What’s the benefit of attending a tiny classical Christian school? We had a graduate interview the headmaster to find out.

Explore Kentucky’s Natural Wonders at Salato Wildlife Education Center

Take a walk through Kentucky's wild (animal) side.

Worth The Drive: The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village

Take a trip to Michigan for an amazing look through the history of American ingenuity, from the home of the first Webster dictionary to Thomas Edison's laboratory. And of course the Model T.