From body paint to chamber music, Cincinnati makes saying goodbye to summer a little easier.
Her success—evidenced in part by the $17 million renovated Union Hall headquarters—has secured Lea’s place as a central fixture of Cincinnati’s tech economy.
Kevin Wright and Joe Nickol's new venture remakes the urban planning and development process one neighborhood at a time.
The Cincinnati-based media giant has embraced the news industry's new-age digital revolution by investing in old-school journalism. Will it work?
And did it while no one was looking.
This couple's passions have manifested in a trove of finds, both vintage and new, with a bent toward sustainability, at one of Findlay Market's lesser-known vendors.
Cincinnati is undeniably a city on the rise, and well positioned to continue in that direction. But that didn’t happen overnight.
Lest you think computer solitaire and electronic poker have destroyed the market for real decks of cards, the U.S. Playing Card Company, which moved to Erlanger from Norwood in 2009, will happily prove you wrong.
The exquisite ambience of Hotel Covington shines as the backdrop of a cool, classic wedding.
“I kept sketch pads at work when I was miserable,” says Don Clark, who graduated with an architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2003 and spent five years cooped up in cubicles. Then the recession hit, and Clark was laid off.