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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.

How Cincinnati Became a Tech Startup Model for the Midwest

And did it while no one was looking.

Top 5 Local Summer Food Stands

When the weather warms up, so does our appetite for these favorite seasonal food stands.

Cincinnati’s Best Record Stores

Buying music the way God intended it.

A Ranking of the City’s Hipster-Studded Lineup

Cincinnati’s favorite expat band The National is set to pack its hometown with an array of indie tunes and evocative art this month. If the band’s vibe is just esoteric enough for your mainstream-averse taste, then this hipster-studded lineup is sure to tickle your bespoke, artisinal fancy.

Your Guide to Cincy Beerfest 2018

Started as a one-night event in 2007, Cincy Beerfest has transformed into a powerhouse series of weekend festivals that spans from the Queen City to Philadelphia.