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How a 1941 Indian Hill Barn Became a Stunning Single-Family Home

Carol Sanger bought this barn in 1997 and transformed it into an incredible showplace.

Inside the Issue: December 2019

We chat about our Best of the City package, a feature story on a local professional basketball player, and Cincinnati Gives, our annual online fundraiser for local nonprofits.

What’s With Glendale’s Giant Squirrel Statues?

You might know that Glendale is home to a population of black squirrels, but did you know it's also home to giant fiberglass squirrels?

What’s Next: A Sneak Peek at Our Best of the City Party

Our annual Best of the City Party is taking place on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at Great American Ball Park. We break down what this event is all about in less than four minutes.

Style Counsel: This Local 13-Year-Old Is a Fashion Designer and Entrepreneur

She has a thing for pattern mixing, and her custom fanny packs are available on Etsy.

How Business Is Handled on Both Sides of the Ohio River

From liquor sales to local government, here are some nuts and bolts differences in how Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati take care of business.

This Elaborate East Side Mansion Has Been Impeccably Updated and Maintained

A stunning stained glass dome, a nine-car garage, heated laundry room floors, and a massive fountain make this California, Ohio, home stand out.

Inside the Issue: November 2019

We dissect our Cincinnati Vs. Northern Kentucky cover package, chat with Judi Ketteler about her Welcome to Middlehood column, and discuss a feature story about the Covington Catholic High School student who was misidentified for a classmate involved in a confrontation that garnered national media coverage.

A Hidden Replica of Jesus’s Tomb in Covington

Reverend Morris Coers, of Covington’s Immanuel Baptist Church, thought everyone should experience the Garden Tomb, even if they couldn’t travel to Israel.

Style Counsel: Anthony Buchanan Shares How He Stays Stylish on a Budget

The Ché bartender is always dressed to have fun and ready for a festival.