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Learn to Shop Better at This New Main Street Boutique

Wolfpack owner Katherine Dalton tells us why she decided to educate shoppers on the fashion industry’s downfalls and how she hopes to motivate them to change their consumer habits.

Inside the Issue: April 2019

On this month's episode, we chat about the April coverage package, 10 Events That Shaped Cincinnati; Katie talks about her feature story on the September 6 Fifth Third mass shooting; and Kevin interviews a certified thanatologist, who does a live tarot reading.

Experience Unique Dining at These Local Pop-Up Dinner Events

Craving an intimate, one-of-a-kind dining experience? Try these exclusive pop-up dinner events while you still can. LIVING BREATHING KITCHEN This month, Chef Robert Castañeda’s traveling pop-up serves culturally diverse courses at the Samuel Adams taproom in...

What’s Next: 2 Cincinnati Magazine Events You Won’t Want to Miss

We're back with Cincinnati Magazine's Events Manager Sloane Scheuer to chat about two upcoming events: Spring Savor Series (April 22-26) and Kentucky Cocktail Party (May 3).

Down to Mars Vintage Opens Downtown

Down to Mars Vintage owner Marcie Hon plans to open her first brick and mortar at 621 Main Street on Friday, March 22. We asked her what sets her vintage store apart from others.

Inside the Issue: March 2019

On this month’s Inside the Issue episode, we dive into our Best Restaurants cover package. We chat with Associate Editor Kaileigh Peyton about the package’s overall organization; our main restaurant reviewer, Akshay Ahuja, provides a behind-the-scenes look at his top 10 best restaurants ranking; and we interview the owner and the head chef of Phoenician Taverna, a Lebanese restaurant in Mason that ranked No. 8 on Akshay’s list.

Everyone Is Welcome to Practice Art at Oakley’s Visionarium

Burger King, Wonder Muffin, and Pop Pop Radical Forever Learning Castle were among the business name proposals for the part retail–part arts education space that opened in Oakley’s former Blue Manatee bookstore in October...

Whitney Austin’s Nonprofit Hosts Stop the Bleed Workshops to Empower Others to Save Lives

Whitney Austin says “thousands of things went right” to help her survive the September mass shooting at Fifth Third Center. One of those things was a tourniquet. This month, her nonprofit Whitney/Strong will host a series of Stop the Bleed trainings to teach others how to respond in a bleeding emergency.

This Ft. Thomas Dad Started a Pretzel Company After Discovering His German Ancestry

It all started with an online DNA test. Through ancestry.com, Drew Rath, a 33-year-old Ft. Thomas stay-at-home dad of three, discovered 16 generations of his father’s lineage hailed from Aldingen, a small town in...

Inside the Issue: February 2019

TGIFebruary! On this month’s Inside the Issue episode, we chat about The Cupboard in Corryville, our upcoming Best Restaurants tasting event, and our Great Bakeries cover package. We also chat with one of our favorite bakers featured in the package, Drew Rath, owner of a Swabian-style pretzel business called Tuba Baking Co.