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In 1968, Jimmy Page and the Yardbirds Played at St. Xavier’s Prom

Months before the legendary guitar player formed a little band called Led Zeppelin, he and his bandmates took an unexpected gig—and made quite an impression.

Donna Spiegel Finds Joy in Helping Kids

The owner of the Snooty Fox consignment chain is also the driving force behind the Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati.

This Local Dog Is a Finalist in Cadbury Chocolate’s National Cadbury ‘Bunny’ Contest

One of more than 4,000 entries, a local two-legged canine named Lieutenant Dan has made it to the competition's final round.

Paul Anderson Has Been Working the Anderson Ferry For 58 Years

Paul Anderson has been working the ferry since he was 14, when he got an after-school job as a deck hand for then-owner Henry Kottmyer.

Revisiting a 1970s Time Capsule in Springfield Township

We told you about this home in December 2018, and hoped the new owners would appreciate its charms. Boy, did they.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Treats Both Baby and Mother

“We have an ability to change the outcome drastically.” Kristin Coppage, M.D., and Sammy Tabbah, M.D., on the collaborative efforts of the Cincinnati Fetal Center.

How Advances in Hematology and Oncology Have Made Treating Blood Diseases Easier

Irfan Firdaus, D.O., on advances in the fields of hematology and oncology that have helped with everything from anemia to leukemia.

Sole Bros Are High School Kids Trying to Make a Difference

By providing new and gently used sneakers for kids in need anywhere in the world, these teens give kids kicks and confidence.

This Terrace Park–Based Author and Illustrator Has Published 70 Children’s Books

Will Hillenbrand on his major career milestone, how the children’s book industry has changed over time, and what projects are coming next.

How a Local Family Found Itself at the Center of the National Covington Catholic...

When Michael Hodge and his family found themselves at the center of an internet firestorm, they made something good out of all the negativity.
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