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Shop Small on Vine Street

Want to shop local this holiday season? Over-the-Rhine’s main thoroughfare provides the perfect lineup for a day full of homegrown holiday shopping.

Local Journalist Michael Monks Wants to Be Trusted, So He Dresses the Part

Michael Monks, the Editor and Publisher of River City News and host of Cincinnati Edition at WVXU, keeps his look professional, and he loves a cardigan.

This Shipping Container Beer Garden and Food Court Wants to be Covington’s Front Lawn

Covington Yard, the new shipping container bar-slash-food court at Fourth and Greenup streets, is a community gathering space—and the perfect place for a socially distanced drink and bite to eat.

Green House Brings Elevated Left Coast Libations and a Bit of Tomfoolery to Covington

After 26 years as Pachinko, owners Tom and Amy Fessler transformed their good-times Mainstrasse bar into Green House, a classy West Coast–inspired drinkery.

Inside the Issue: March 2020

We chat about Cincinnati's 10 hottest eateries outlined in our Best Restaurants 2020 and a feature story on two local women who are running for Congress.

Portugese Street Artist Vhils Brings His Work to the CAC

Vhils creates haunting portraits on building walls using chisels, hammers, bleach, and acid. Now you can see it up close at the CAC.

Inside the Issue: February 2020

We chat about Cincinnati architecture, the artist behind a few popular murals, and a freelancer who canoed from Cincinnati to Louisville with strangers.

This Cincinnati Museum Center Exhibit Offers a Bird’s-Eye View of the Queen City

The display shrinks Cincinnati to 1/64 scale and shows how we’ve changed through the years.

Inside the Issue: January 2020

We dive behind the scenes of our Top Doctors package, discuss the citywide Power of Her arts initiative, and chat with guest star Mitra Jouhari, a Los Angeles–based comedian, actress, and writer.

Were the 2010s Cincinnati’s Golden Age?

A look at the past decade shows an explosion of growth for the Queen City. How will these years come to define us?