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A Hidden Pocket Park in Covington Celebrates Artist Henry Farny

Covington artist Henry Farny painted the American West, and this park, just across the street from his former studio, celebrates his legacy.

Three Local Literary Organizations You Should Know

We present you the king of local independent booksellers, a local showcase for writers, and an organization dedicated to the creative art of book making.

Inside our Book Smart Issue: November 2020

We chat about Cincinnati's bookstores, libraries, authors, and more, and how local companies use the enneagram in the workplace.

Anna Steffen’s Personal Style Is on Display at The Native One

Boutique owner Anna Steffen uses her style inspirations (comfort, pops of color) to inform what she buys for The Native One.

Covington’s Haven Spa + Café Offers Natural Spa Services and Healthy Bites

With the slogan You Are Safe Here, Sabyle Zeringis delivers food and spa services that are good for you at Haven Spa + Café.

Six Organizations That Can Help You Learn More About Government

Educating yourself about political candidates and issues can seem daunting. But these six organizations can help you learn more.

Inside our Work the System Issue: October 2020

We discuss the resources highlighted in our Work the System issue, which serves as a guide to navigating local government, and the pandemic's impact on local journalism.

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.