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Dudley Taft Jr. Is Not Your Great-Great-Grandfather’s Taft

What if your teenage rock and roll fantasies came true? What if you flew around the world playing shows for adoring audiences, hung with...

Four Local Cookie Spots With Unlimited Gooey Goodness

From classic chocolate chip to French toast and black raspberry, these four Queen City bakeries are sure to satisfy any melt-in-your-mouth cookie cravings.     Donna’s Gourmet...

Three Creative Queen City Cupcakeries You Won’t Be Able to Resist

  Cupcakes are no longer confined to your run-of-the-mill vanilla or chocolate varieties. Here are three local bakeries that take their cupcake creativity to the...

Five International Bakeries Worth Checking Out Now

Want to diversify your list of baked good go-tos? Check out the ethnic offerings at these five Greater Cincinnati multicultural mainstays.   Chako Bakery Café In December,...

High Times at The Cupboard

The heady smell of incense hits shoppers before they walk through the sticker-plastered door and pass under the shop name, carved in a Gothic...

Eric Kearney Is Cincinnati’s Connector in Chief

Eric Kearney isn’t shy. In a well-tailored suit offset with a snazzy pocket square, he is alight in a room full of people, introducing...

Terence Hammonds Is Cincinnati’s Printmaker to the Stars

At first, they thought it was a scam. A famous movie star wanted to buy ceramics from a Cincinnati artist through the Weston Art...

Steve Driehaus Finds His True North

The former politician leads Cincinnati Compass, the region's "Welcome Wagon" for immigrants, after years of Peace Corps service in Africa.

Growing Up Poor in Cincinnati

In a prosperous modern city, half our children under age 5 live in poverty. Lots of people and programs are fighting to change that reality, with some encouraging early results—but we still have a long way to go.

James Avant IV of OCD Cakes Works to End Mental Health Stigma

Avant founded the business four years ago, naming it for Obsessive Cake Disorder. That’s not just a cheeky play on words; it represents his experiences with obsessive-compulsive disorder, the anxiety disorder he’s contended with—to varying degrees—for a significant portion of his life.

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