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Queen City Hemp’s Seltzers Bring You Guilt-Free CBD

Queen City Hemp CBD Seltzer Water is infused with non-psychoactive cannabinoids, and is a refreshing way to introduce yourself to the relaxing and legal health benefits of hemp.

Navigating Harvard, Ivy League Sweater Not Required

Cambridge, Massachusetts, is more than just the home of Harvard. Explore this hallowed Ivy without suffering any test anxiety.

Triiibe Uses Activism and Music to Unite and Uplift

Poets and musicians Siri Imani, Aziza Love, and PXVCE have found a way to harness the power of the spoken word to combat issues like homelessness and child poverty in our own backyard.

Cincy Fringe Festival Transforms Over-the-Rhine Into a Magical Theatrical Playground

Wacky, weird, experimental, and off-kilter, Cincy Fringe expands the possibilites for performance art.

Local Designers Can Learn Natural Plant Dying Techniques at Sew Valley This Fall

The nonprofit will teach students how to how to manipulate fabric and indigo plants to produce a rich blue color that is sustainable, unique, and free of toxic chemicals.

Art Academy of Cincinnati Will Celebrate 150 Years with an Over-the-Rhine Block Party

Expect live music, a fashion show, art exhibits, local bites, and a sneak peek at the academy’s future plans.

Advertising Illustrations from McAlpin’s Glory Days

Hidden in a supply room, these images show what items were for sale at the department store, post-WWII.

Fond: Market & Co. in Oakley Is a Farm-Fresh Grab-and-Go Delight

Ethan Snider's market makes picking up a quick, healthy bite simple.

The Motor City Is Gaining Momentum

Don’t call it a comeback. Detroit’s renaissance bridges its past and future. It's also the perfect excuse to visit the Motor City.

Robot Inside Offers Craft Classes For All Ages and Abilities

For the past 10 years, Tara Heilman has kept a planner detailing every hour of her waking day. If you allow for eight hours of sleep each night, which, let's be honest, is a...