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Letter From The Editor: October 2018

Not that long ago, it would have been unthinkable for real estate developers to rehab a historic office building, tear down a multi-level garage, or dig up a surface parking lot to create hundreds of new apartments and condos. It’s a new downtown for a new Cincinnati.

Letter From The Editor: September 2018

September is like a Venn diagram of the best of summer (warm days, green trees, blooming flowers) and the best of fall (cooler evenings, Oktoberfest, new football and arts seasons).

Letter from the Editor: August 2018

Do our kids spend less time outdoors these days than we did at their age? It sure seems like it. (Spoiler alert: Here comes a “back in my day” story.)

Letter from the Editor: July 2018

Life has just a few milestone moments when we face radical, disrupting change. Otherwise we swim steadily in the “now,” usually unaware of the incremental changes around us. Our city's lifespan can be viewed in a similar fashion.

Letter from the Editor: June 2018

Summer is one long memory factory. File back through childhood highlights, and many if not most are tied to summer: last day of school, camp, your neighbor’s backyard pool, the ice cream truck, Fourth of July fireworks, Reds games, family vacations.

Letter from the Editor: May 2018

After living in Cincinnati for 30 years, I’m always on the lookout for new ways to appreciate this city even more, so I was grateful for the push to expand my food and geographic horizons.

Letter from the Editor: April 2018

Cincinnati might not be Music City USA, but our history is intertwined with musical milestones.

Letter from the Editor: March 2018

There’s no denying Cincinnati’s upward trajectory these days.

Letter from the Editor: February 2018

When the power goes out and snacks run low, is our natural state to turn on each other, everyone for themselves?

Letter from the Editor: January 2018

The big question to be answered in 2018 is whether the collective stress we’re feeling will lead to positive or negative change.

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