Home News


Fleischmann Gardens Is Hidden in Plain Sight in Avondale

The park, donated by the Fleischmann family of Fleischmann’s Yeast fame, is home to Ohio’s largest Ginkgo tree.

Dr. Know: An Old School, Area Codes, and Racist Behavior

The good doctor explores troubling issues, including Madeira’s original schoolhouse, 10-digit dialing, and broken glass in city pools.

In Old Cincinnati, Having a Big Head Earned Rewards

First prize for The Cincinnati Post's 1916 big-head contest was, no surprise, a new hat.

Melissa Godoy Captures Life Itself

Cincinnati filmmaker Melissa Godoy talks about her latest documentary, Determined, screening at this month’s OTR Film Festival.

Why a Cincinnati Doctor Apologized for His Brain-Probe Experiments

Seeking scientific knowledge and perhaps some fame, Dr. Bartholow inserted electrified needles into a patient’s brain in 1874 at Good Samaritan Hospital. It didn’t go well.
July 2021

New Bikes, Brews, and BBQ Trail Goes East

If the idea of biking doesn’t get your wheels turning, the food and brews along Clermont County's newest trail certainly will.

Inside the Highly Profitable and Secretive World of Payday Lenders

Nasty divorce proceedings between the founder of Check ’n Go and his wife reveal a salacious sideshow of rich people behaving badly.

Cincinnati Trembled at the City Pest House

Contagious citizens were confined to a loathsome quarantine home in the 1800s, which moved from the West End to Clifton Heights to Westwood when neighbors complained.

Cincinnati Might Actually Become a Bike-Friendly Region After All

Bike advocates see decades of work finally bear fruit with Wasson Way, the Beechmont Connector, Oasis Line, and development of the CROWN.

Marian Spencer’s Sculpture Is Unveiled on the Riverfront

Edward Spencer, her son, shared a poem he’d written about her trailblazing life at last weekend’s dedication.

Follow Us