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Top 5 Pop-Up Fitness Classes

Fitness boutiques and trendy workout classes have flooded our Instagram feeds recently. From goat yoga to barre and beer, there’s a unique fitness class out there for just about everyone. Join in on the...

Lucca Laser Upgrades to a Findlay Market Storefront That’s Triple the Size

The laser design shop/studio is celebrating its grand re-opening at 126 West Elder Street on Friday, April 26 at 5 p.m.

This Local Fashion Accessory Truck Brings Shopping to Your Backyard

FENNOfashion Truck, a mobile handmade jewelry boutique, will make its first public appearance on Sunday, April 7 at West Side Brewing.

This Local Artisan’s Porcelain Accessories Were Used in a Celebrity Photoshoot

A little over two years ago, 47-year-old Cincinnati native Jenny Rush walked into Continuum Bazaar, one of her favorite Over-the-Rhine boutiques, wearing geometric porcelain pins she had handmade. The pins immediately caught the attention...

This Local Artist Has an Impressive Social Media Following, and Rightfully So

Leigh Ellexson’s artistic career has been anything but conventional, and that’s why she loves it. With almost 90,000 Instagram followers and more than 100,000 YouTube subscribers, she’s made a name for herself in the...

This Charming 1900s North Avondale Home Is Fit for Royalty

961 Avondale Avenue, North Avondale, OH Just last year, U.S. News & World Report ranked Cincinnati in the top 50 best places to live in the Unites States. With Over-the-Rhine’s rising reputation as a hotspot...

Neighborhood Spotlight: West Pike Street, Covington

Is Covington the OTR of NKY? West Pike Street vendors hint at yes.

Q&A: Cincinnati’s Famous Female Gamer

ONE_shot_GURL streams live on YouTube every evening to nearly half a million subscribers.

The Ohio River Foundation Hosts Its Second Annual Cincinnati Coffee Festival

“You can’t have great coffee without great water.”

Celebrate The King Honors the History and Legacy of King Records

From the recording of the world’s first Funk song to the first female CFO in the country, the first African Americans involved and the first jobs offered to Japanese Americans after the war, King Records has left its mark on Cincinnati in more ways than one.