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Westwood Is On The Rise

How Cincinnati’s largest neighborhood has set itself up to join the ranks of emerging urban districts like Walnut Hills and OTR.

Inside the Issue Podcast: January 2019

Happy New Year, y’all! On January’s Inside the Issue episode, we chat about Westwood’s revitalization efforts, a local printmaker named Terence Hammonds, and our Top Doctors cover package. Plus, Digital Media Associate Editor Kevin Schultz shares a riveting reporting story. (Spoiler: He was hit by a car during an interview, but he's OK.) Crazy stuff!

Inside the Issue Podcast: December 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and month! Your favorite novice podcasters are back with another exciting episode. This time we dive into December’s Best of the City cover package, the Cincinnati Gives Challenge, and the city’s scooter craze. Plus, your hosts share a personal experience with the Bird scooters. We promise it’s equally hilarious and embarrassing.

Germania Christkindlmarkt Is Good Old-Fashioned Fun

The Germania Society of Cincinnati hosts its 21st annual Germania Christkindlmarkt this month.

Inside the Issue Podcast: November 2018

Hey, fans! We're back from a brief hiatus with new hosts. This time we go behind the scenes of our November 2018 issue. We talk about our Shop Local cover package; chat with freelance writer Lisa Murtha about her feature on CPS nonprofit Cincinnati Arts & Technology Studios; and learn what to expect from upcoming Cincinnati Magazine events with Events Manager Sloane Scheuer. Spoiler alert: This year's Best of the City party is going to be NUTS!

Japanese Matcha Swiss Roll Comes to Cincinnati

If you were a kid who daydreamed of sinking your teeth into a big, puffy cloud, you’re in luck. Biting into a piece of the Japanese matcha roll cake from Chako Bakery Café is probably the closest any of us will get.

Five Fruity Brews to Quench Your Thirst

Beat the heat with a locally brewed, ice-cold beer.

Takeout Takes a Twist at Losantivill3

A short walk from just about anywhere downtown it’s the perfect place for a quick, healthy, and everything-house-made lunch.

This Long-Running Festival Means Big Money For Cincinnati

What event has a greater economic impact on the city than the Flying Pig Marathon and Western & Southern Open combined? That would be the Cincinnati Music Festival.

Meet Ashish Vaidya, NKU’s New President with Vision

Amidst the changes at NKU, a new leader is arriving, too. Ashish Vaidya tells us about his plans as he prepares to become the university’s sixth president.
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