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The Art Is Outdoors at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park in Hamilton is a museum turned inside-out, and it's all thanks to Harry T. Wilks and his big dreams.

Meet One of the Artists Behind the Powerful GOODS Storefront Mural

Ezra Kalmus and Stacey “Sun” Smith painted the mural on the wooden boards that covered GOODS on Main Street during the Black Lives Matter protests.

Eishaus Brings Spaghetti-Style Ice Cream to Covington

Eishaus serves up coffee, grab-and-go bites, and German-inspired ice cream sundaes that look just like spaghetti in Covington.

Inside the Local Arts Issue: September 2020

We discuss how local arts organizations are adapting to a new normal and Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac's thoughts on Black Lives Matter, defunding the police, and more.

The World’s Only Museum Dedicated to Cardboard Boats Is in New Richmond

Seaworthy or not, the cardboard boats at this museum have raced along the Ohio River in New Richmond's annual regatta for nearly 30 years.

Gregorie Styles Tells a Person’s Story Through Makeup

“My entire goal is to make sure I’m telling someone’s story accurately, even if they don’t have the words to necessarily express it.”

Inside Our Home Grown Issue: August 2020

We discuss the farms, CSA programs, and farmers' markets highlighted in our Local Food issue and how the Holocaust and Humanity Center has adapted during COVID-19.

Local Businesses Making a Difference During a Pandemic

These local business and organization leaders went the extra mile to help those affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

Anderson Township Trustee Dee Stone Keeps It Sassy and Chic

Dee Stone, executive director of the Forest Hills Foundation for Education, has some advice for crafting a great outfit: “Play dress-up!”

Inside the Bouncing Back Issue: July 2020

We discuss how Cincinnati made it through past tragic events and explore how today's leaders are helping the city weather the COVID-19 pandemic.