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Local Non-Profit Recognized For Feeding Those in Need

The organization rescues otherwise wasted (but still very edible) produce and bread from Kroger, Jungle Jim’s, and Servatii retail locations and creates meals for food-insecure families in Greater Cincinnati.

The Produce Manager Behind Cincinnati’s Best Chefs: Carriage House Farm’s Kate Cook

For the last 10 years, 
Carriage House Farm has been growing produce for chefs, including Jose Salazar and Todd Kelly. Produce Manager Kate Cook lives at the center of that process, making her the lady behind the lettuce.

How Cincinnati’s Independent Music Shops Are Celebrating Record Store Day 2017

With music and beer, the way our forefathers intended.

If You’re Into It, “Here Come the Mummies” is Worth The Drive

Some say Here Come the Mummies is a gang of Grammy-award winning members that, due to contract disputes, must keep their identities “under wraps.”

Worth The Drive: The Honoré Sharrer Exhibit at Columbus Museum of Art

A Dangerous Woman: Subversion and Surrealism in the Art of Honoré Sharrer is the first major assessment of the artist’s works since the mid-century.