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What Do All These Elected Officials Do?

We’ve all heard that down-ballot races are important, but how are we supposed to know what those elected officials do? Here’s a look at a few.

Blue Oven Bakery Gets in the Doughnut Business

Blue Oven Bakery's breads, English muffins, and pastries set the standard for baked goods. Now, they're taking on doughnuts. Shut up and take our money.

Artist Anissa Lewis on Community, Creativity, and ‘Camp Delivery’

Anissa Lewis’s scripture-inspired prints were featured in Wave Pool’s food delivery boxes, distributed to Camp Washington residents and local artists.

Composer Michael Abels and the Cincinnati Symphony’s Fanfare Project

Known for his scores for the films Get Out and Us, composer Michael Abels answered the CSO’s call with an original work for viola.

Playwright Torie Wiggins on Finding Hope Within

Her new piece, “Hope Deconstructed,” was featured in Playhouse in the Park’s digital Monologues of Hope series.

Five Tips for Moms Feeling Overwhelmed by Parenting During COVID-19

Mama Bear Domain blogger and “mom life coach” Kelly Hater shares tips for moms feeling overwhelmed by this year’s unique set of parenting challenges brought on by COVID-19.

The National Guard Helps the Freestore Foodbank Feed Thousands

Getting food to people in need during a pandemic—when there are more people looking for support—takes a heroic effort.

75-Plus Black-Owned Cincinnati Businesses You Can Support

Supporting black-owned businesses isn’t a cure-all to the problems at hand, but it’s an easy, direct action you can take today. Here are 70-plus to get you started.