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New Bearcats Football Coach Scott Satterfield Turns “They” Into “We”

A whirlwind move from Louisville to UC started while the schools played each other in a bowl game and culminates with UC’s debut in the Big 12.

A Hunger to Help: How Joe Burrow and Sam Hubbard’s Charities Serve Ohio Families

The Bengals players launched foundations to serve children in need in Cincinnati and beyond. Big plays and wins bring in new donations—and spread hope.

It’s Always Wine O’Clock in Pleasant Ridge

Pere and Irena Stojanovski enjoy sharing Balkan wine favorites from their native North Macedonia.

Navigating the Holidays Without Scrooge

Bruce Cromer joins the rest of us in finding new ways to enjoy the season while A Christmas Carol is on break.

Cincinnati Distilling Keeps Us in Good Spirits

The distillery stakes its claim to a piece of local bourbon history with its new Milford distillery.

When War Hits Home: On the Ground in Kharkiv, Cincinnati’s Sister City

The Sister City Partnership started sending aid to Cincinnati’s friends in Kharkiv as soon as Russia invaded Ukraine. Now they wait, worry, and work to maintain as much connection as possible.

Climate Change Is Just Getting Warmed up

Even though Cincinnati is far from the coasts and has been called a “climate haven,” threats from summer heat, winter warming, heavy rains, and flooding are real and growing. Local leaders are working on strategies for both mitigation and adaptation.

Nick Goepper Comes Home After Shredding in China

Indiana kids Goepper and Justin Schoenefeld brought their Olympic medals to Perfect North Slopes and recalled just how far they'd traveled.

Nick Goepper Is Still Up in the Air

The Lawrenceburg native fell in love with skiing at Perfect North and chased his dreams at three Olympics, including the 2022 Games in Beijing. But his longest and hardest journey has been chasing peace and perspective.

Your Neighbor Might Be a Pilgrim

On the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving, local descendants of the original Mayflower passengers help keep that mythical story alive. We should be thankful they do.