The former politician leads Cincinnati Compass, the region's "Welcome Wagon" for immigrants, after years of Peace Corps service in Africa.
Do your civic duty and then hit the town for local beer, art, and food.
Shes a yogini—a practicing Buddhist, at that—with no political experience. Unheard of? Not in 2018, election experts say.
The state's next governor faces an uphill climb to counteract some serious foundational problems.
It's all about preserving democracy *and* Mother Earth.
She was the first woman to be mayor of Cincinnati, and a harbinger of the burgeoning female-fueled political revolution.
We asked each City Council member the principal issue they are focusing on in 2018.
You can make a strong case that Ohio’s biggest cities will determine the outcome of this fall's midterm election. But the real story isn’t the amount of political power Cincinnati and her sister cities hold. It’s the reasons why they don’t hold more.
We are increasingly on the map now, and there’s a real vibe and positivity about Cincinnati. But the biggest shift I’ve noticed in my life is that we believe it now. You can’t sell something you don’t believe in yourself.
To be fair, all of America mostly ignored the Civil Rights Act of 1875.