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Whimsical ScareCoronas Ease COVID-19 Concerns in Northside

Tina Gutierrez and Rene Micheo’s charming DIY scarecrow project has become a widespread effort to ward off feelings of boredom and loneliness.

How Jeffrey Corney Is Positioning the Cincinnati Nature Center to Tackle Environmental Issues

Jeffrey Corney took the reins at Cincinnati Nature Center in May 2019 and brought a 21st century vision to tackle age-old environmental issues.

The Cincinnati Zoo Hosts Virtual Home Safaris

The Cincinnati Zoo is finding creative ways to virtually engage patrons and fundraise during the COVID-19 pandemic, with an eye toward reopening.

Cincinnati’s Ill-Fated 1879 Marriage Picnic

On August 10, 1879, 5,000 paying spectators converged on Inwood Park to eat, drink beer, and watch prostitutes get married.

Circle Tail Helps Get Service Dogs to Those Who Need Them

The nonprofit raises, trains, and partners service and hearing dogs for people with disabilities at no charge.

The Eden Park Pump Station’s Past Lives

Pumping water to Cincinnati neighborhoods was just the start for this Samuel Hannford–designed structure.

How Caroline Shawk Brooks Became a National Butter Sculpture Sensation in the Late 1800s

After her husband's cotton crop failed in 1867, she looked to butter as a way to maintain a steady income.

A Letter from John Fleischman, Who’s Locked Down in Lombardy

He describes what it’s like to be a Cincinnati time traveler marooned in the epicenter of Italy's COVID-19 outbreak.

Here’s the Truth About Those January Flashes in the Sky Near Bethel

In January, Tim Walker and his daughter Carolyn saw 13 red-orange flashes in the sky over Bethel, Ohio. Could it have been aliens?

Meet the West Chester Family Featured in the Netflix Show ‘Dogs’

In the Netflix show "Dogs," Corrine Gogolewski's family shares their journey to getting a service dog from 4 Paws for Ability.

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