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These Five Local Plant Shops Will Liven Up Your Space

In the market for a fresh bouquet or potted houseplant? These shops have what you need and more.

Madeira’s New Gelateria is the Real Deal

You need to check out La Grassa.

Where is Oakley’s Graffiti Alley?

Concrete walls towering almost 10 feet are layered with spray painted tags, but this spot wasn’t meant to serve as stomping grounds for street artists.

Marian Spencer Hall Debuts At UC, Honoring the Civil Rights Pioneer

Marian Spencer has never been afraid to question injustice. UC recognizes her lifelong courage by dedicating a new dorm in her honor.

Our Five Favorite House Plant-Planter Combos

House plants are having a moment. Here's how to keep it current when you're paralyzed by choice.

Ten of Our Favorite Tacos

A roundup of our top ten tacos in the city, in no particular order.

Osmia Bee Company is Boosting the Native Bee Population One House at a Time

More than 700 types of bees face extinction due to habitat loss from increased pesticides. One Hyde Park resident is trying to change that narrative.

Bask in the Warm Glow of Neonworks

Tom Wartman and Greg Pond are neon tube benders, and the brains behind Neonworks, the tri-state’s only full-time neon sign shop.

Tableside with Father Kyle Schnippel, Priest and Baker

Schnippel preaches at St. John Neumann and Corpus Christi churches, and last December he appeared on ABC’s Great American Baking Show. For him, baking and priesthood go hand in hand.

Quaintrelle Confections Will Have You Wanting S’more

Full disclosure: I wasn’t sold on the idea of a Fruity Pebbles s’more—until I visited Quaintrelle Confections, that is.